The International Judo Federation (IJF) have suspended their Throw to Tokyo competition following the postponement of the Olympic Games.
With Tokyo 2020 now postponed until next year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the IJF have paused their competition which offers free flights, accommodation and tickets to see the Olympic judo contest in the Japanese capital.
The IJF announced they would keep all submitted videos which will still be valid when the contest starts again next year.
Two winners will be selected, one by public vote and one by an IJF Commission.
Hopefuls have to enter a video of their best throw, which can feature filters and graphics but must not be longer than one minute.
The IJF promised to let participants know as soon as possible when the competition is to reopen.
Tokyo 2020 and the International Olympic Committee have reached an agreement for the new dates for the Games, with the Olympics now set to take place from July 23 to August 8, 2021.
The coronavirus pandemic prevented competition from taking place this year, with more than 730,000 infected worldwide and just under 35,000 deaths.