Ryosuke Irie è tornato in acqua il 1 Giugno. Oggi insieme ai suoi compagni ha eseguito una prova a cronometro sulla distanza dei 100 metri dorso.
As Tokyo 2020 organizers now head back into the office, they’re reportedly considering a scaling back of the next edition of the Summer Olympic Games.
Despite there no longer being a state of emergency within the nation of Japan, swimmers like Daiya Seto are still shut out of the National Training Center.
In Giappone, il primo ministro Shinzo Abe ha ufficialmente revocato lo stato di emergenza dichiarato per la pandemia da coronavirus (COVID-19).
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has officially lifted the state of emergency declared over the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in his nation.
In an interview with BBC Sport, Bach said he understands why the Games would need to be canceled if they still can’t be held next year.
Japan’s Swimming Club Association and Health Sports Medical Science Committee have collaborated on official COVID-19 guidelines for when pools can reopen.
More than two-thirds of voters are still optimistic that the Tokyo Olympics will go on in 2021 without a cancellation, despite concern from some officials.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said this week that hosting the Olympics next year would be “impossible” unless the coronavirus pandemic is under control.
Toshiro Muto says it’s impossible to know if the spread of COVID-19 will be under control by next summer, with the Tokyo Games hanging in the balance.
In response to a state of emergency within the nation of Japan, the Japan Sport Council will be closing two premier Olympic training facilities.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will set the dates for the rescheduled Tokyo Games in about three weeks’ time.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have been officially postponed to 2021 after the IOC and Japan’s Prime Minister released a joint statement this morning
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in Parliament today that the world isn’t in the right position to hold the Games.
“We have decided to go back to the start on the Tokyo Olympics-Paralympics stadium plan, and start over from zero,”