Australian athletes and other members of the delegation will be placed into mandatory supervised quarantine for two weeks when they return home from the Olympic Games here.
Egypt’s taekwondo medallists at Tokyo 2020 Hedaya Malak and Seif Eissa have been honoured by the Egyptian Olympic Committee.
Gunilla Lindberg, the secretary general of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), has used the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games as an opportunity to meet with several National Olympic Committees (NOCs) this week.
Shinshiro, which is due to host the start and finish of the road cycling races at the Aichi-Nagoya 2026 Asian Games, has launched a campaign to encourage cyclists and motorists to share the road safely.
Jamaica Olympic Association on brink of NOC agreements in Tokyo as it seeks to develop emerging sports
Christopher Samuda, newly re-elected President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), says one of his main objectives during the Tokyo 2020 Olympics is to strengthen agreements with other organisations and establish new ones, with a particular focus on developing local minor sports.
The Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) has moved its General Assembly in October from Seoul to Athens.
Tianjin hosted a range of cultural activities and a fun run as the third destination in a 10-city tour to celebrate the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games.
The Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA), Zone 2 of ANOCA and the Government of Mali signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) detailing the plans for Bamako to host the Zone 2 Africa Games.
About 100 of the United States’ 613-strong team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics here are unvaccinated against coronavirus, it has been revealed.
Flag bearers Bruno Rezende from volleyball and judoka Ketleyn Quadros will be the only Brazilian athletes marching in the Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony tonight at the Olympic Stadium here.
Robin Mitchell, the Acting President of the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), believes Tokyo 2020 will unite the world's athletes and NOCs.
Four-time Olympic basketball gold medallist Sue Bird and baseball player Eddy Alvarez will carry the United States flag at the Opening Ceremony of Tokyo 2020 here tomorrow.
Senegal's flag will be carried by judoka Mbagnick Ndiaye and swimmer Jeanne Boutbien at the Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony here on Friday (July 23).
Salesforce, an American software company, has been named an official partner of Germany's Olympic team in a deal the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) says will benefit fans.
Boxers Kellie Harrington and Brendan Irvine have been selected to carry Ireland's flag at the Opening Ceremony of the Olympics here in Tokyo on Friday (July 23).