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Tokyo 2020 Confirms Olympics Will Go Ahead Without Overseas Spectators
March 20, 2021 — The Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics will go ahead without overseas spectators because of the pandemic, Tokyo 2020 organisers have confirmed.
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Thomas Bach Officially Re-Elected As IOC President
March 10, 2021 — Bach, who began his first term in 2013, will now serve a final four-year term that will begin upon the conclusion of the 2021 Olympic Games on August 8.

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Two-Time 2019 World Champion Daiya Seto Remains Auto-Qualified For 2021 Games
March 26, 2020 — We reported yesterday how the remaining elite international swimming event of the Japan Swim was officially been cancelled in light of the still-present coronavirus (COVID-19) threat worldwide. The catalyst for cancellation of the event originally slated for April 2nd – April 7th was the press conference held yesterday by Governor Yuriko Koike . Koike called on Tokyo residents to exercise restraint to avoid a lockdown. She said the next three weeks were critical for whether Tokyo would see an “overshoot”–an explosive rise–in virus cases. A day later, the Japanese Swimming Federation ...
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Last Remaining Int'l Competition, Japan Swim, Officially Cancelled
March 25, 2020 — The inevitable has finally been announced, as the remaining elite international swimming event of the Japan Swim has officially been cancelled. Slated for April 2nd – April 7th, the 2020 Japan Swim was due to take place at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre, with the nation’s highest-profile athletes ready to put up some potentially history-making performances. There were already several changes made to the meet, including seeing its original number of days reduced by two, as well as temperature checks being implemented upon entry. However, now those coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions are mo ...
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