The designer responsible for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Torch has devised a “do it yourself” face visor that can be used to protect health workers performing their duties during the coronavirus crisis.
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The International Committee for the Mediterranean Games (CIJM) has announced that the next edition of the Games will now begin on June 25 in 2022, exactly one year later than originally planned.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Flame is no longer on public display and is being held in an undisclosed location in Japan, as one of the measures designed to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
USOPC chief executive sends message of support to athletes who missed out on Moscow 1980 on anniversary of boycott
United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee chief executive Sarah Hirshland has sent a message of support to the American athletes who missed out on competing at the 1980 Moscow Olympics as a result of the boycott instigated by US President Jimmy Carter.
Work has started in Ancient Olympia on a ‘’desperately needed facelift“ for the International Olympic Academy (IOA).
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has paid tribute to the Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki, whose work "Ekecheiria" was used as part of the Opening Ceremony for the Munich 1972 Olympic Games.
The cricket world has been remembering the mathematician Tony Lewis who has died aged 78.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Flame has been put on public display in Fukushima, where it will remain until the end of April before it is moved to the Japanese capital.
The 2021 Mediterranean Games in Oran have been postponed until 2022 after a joint decision made by the Algerian Government and the International Committee for the Mediterranean Games (CIJM).
The Olympic Flame is to be put on display in the host city of Tokyo next month following the postponement of the Games because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A leading Olympic collector has told insidethegames the unprecedented postponement of Tokyo 2020 will give an unexpected boost for the Organising Committee.
Tokyo 2020 have insisted that the Olympic Flame will begin its journey around Japan on Thursday (March 26) but expect it to be transported in a safety lantern by car.
Tokyo 2020 President Yoshirō Mori has said that a decision on whether to continue the Olympic Torch Relay will be made in the coming days.
Huge crowds have turned out to see the Olympic Flame when it was put on display at Sendai railway station in the Japanese prefecture of Miyagi in spite of advice not to congregate.
Strong gusty winds greeted the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Flame as it arrived on Japanese soil in a very low-key ceremony at Matsushima Air Base in the prefecture of Miyagi.