The Olympic flame will be on display at the J-Village National Training Centre in Fukushima for the month of April. Envisaged as a guiding light for the people of Japan and a symbol of the country’s recovery from the earthquake and tsunami in 2011, the Olympic flame has become a symbol of hope for all countries of the world during these most challenging of times.
A draft Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On the organization of the IV Summer Asian Games among young people in 2025 in Uzbekistan” has been posted on the regulatory discussion portal, Dunyo news agency reported.
To assist the 164,000 tennis coaches globally during this time of uncertainty, the ITF is making more resources on its ITF Academy platform available for free for the duration of this period of imposed shutdown.
Advisor to the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Abdujabbor Abdukhuhidov had a telephone conversation with the leadership of the National Olympic Committee of Uzbekistan and asked how representatives of the Olympic sports team are quarantined.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, the Tokyo metropolitan government and the government of Japan agreed new dates for the games of the XXXII Olympiad, in 2021.
President of the International Judo Federation Marius Wieser answers questions from his subscribers on social networks. Yesterday, Mr. Wieser on his Twitter answered several questions from judo fans.
World Athletics president Lord Sebastian Coe has suggested the 2021 World Championships could be delayed by a year to accommodate the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Coronavirus, which is widely spread throughout the world and poses a threat to the health of all mankind, has penetrated into Uzbekistan. In this regard, starting from 16 March 2020, all educational and sports institutions in the system of the Ministry of Physical Culture and Sports of the Republic of Uzbekistan were closed for an indefinite period.
IOC President Thomas Bach wrote to the global athlete community to provide them with an explanation of the IOC’s approach to postponement of the Tokyo Games.
The President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, and the Prime Minister of Japan, Abe Shinzo, held a conference call this morning to discuss the constantly changing environment with regard to Covid-19 and the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.