Tokyo 2020

WADA: Doping Records Of 145 Russian Athletes Falsified

According to the report compiled by WADA’s Compliance Review Committee, WADA suspects the doping data of up to 298 athletes have been tampered with.


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Olympic Update: Japan May Deploy Missile Interceptors, and New Heat Measures

While seeking new ways to combat Tokyo’s blazing heat in August, Japan is also considering deploying missile interceptors before next summer’s Games start.


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Tokyo 2020 Water Survey Shows Mixed Results On E.Coli Levels

Earlier last week, a survey of the water at the Odaiba Marine Park produced mixed results, with excess levels of E.coli bacteria recorded on one day.

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Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee Announces Agenda For Arrival Of Olympic Flame

The Olympic flame will be lit at the historic site of Ancient Olympia in Greece on March 12th, 2020, beginning its journey towards the 2020 Games.

Olympic Update: Tokyo Heat Still In The Spotlight Amid Surprising Findings

With next year’s Games fast-approaching, organizers still seek new ways to combat both heat and pollution. This comes amid a shocking discovery.

A Look Inside The 90%-Completed 2020 Olympic Games Aquatics Center

Tokyo 2020 organizers unveiled the inside of the Tokyo Aquatics Center, site for the swimming, diving and more at next year’s Summer Olympic Games.

Olympic Update: Tokyo Seeks Technological Advances Amid Russian Cyberattacks

Amid the various technological advancements tied to the 2020 Games, Russian hackers were still able to target the 2020 Olympics’ database.

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Russia: Fight Breaks Among Sports Leaders Over Doping Data Breach

Disputes erupted between Russian countrymen on Thursday during the World Conference On Doping In Sport in Katowice, Poland.

Catherine Kase to Repeat as U.S. Olympic Open Water Head Coach in 2020

Kase, associate head coach at USC, served as the United States’ open water head coach at Rio 2016 as well as for four FINA World Championships.

Olympic Update: Tokyo Vows For Sustainability Amid Health, Safety Concerns

The Organizing Committee for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games aims to continue with its sustainability legacy amid health-related concerns.

UPDATE: Tokyo Gov’t Considering Early Start For 2020 Race Walk, Marathon Events

The Tokyo metropolitan government is considering proposing that the 2020 Olympic marathons and race walking events start at 5 a.m. in an attempt to prevent…

IOC Moves 2020 Olympic Marathon, Race Walking Events To City Of Sapporo

Yesterday, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that it is looking into the possibility of moving the Olympic marathon and race walking…

OW Swimmer Kareena Lee First Aussie Woman Nominated For 2020 Olympic Team

25-year-old Kareena Lee of the Sunshine Coast has been announced as the first female nominated to Australia’s 2020 Olympic team.

Mel Marshall, David McNulty, Steven Tigg Among British 2020 Olympic Coaches

British Swimming has announced its staff of 8 swimming coaches set to take on key roles with Team GB during the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

Italy’s Swimming Federation Publishes 2020 Olympic Qualifying Times

Federica Pellegrini will have two chances to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games, as the Italian Swimming Federation sets out its selection policy.

Dutch Olympic Qualification Began With World Championships

By nature of her performances in Gwangju, Dutch swimmer Ranomi Kromowidjojo has already qualified for the Olympics in the 50m and 100m free events.

USOPC Releases Updated Rule 40 Allowing Athletes More Marketing Opportunity

The USOPC has released an updated Rule 40, allowing athletes and their personal sponsors more freedom to market during the Olympic Games.

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