The confirmation of new Tokyo 2020 dates has been welcomed as "fantastic news" by International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Andrew Parsons.
National Olympic Committees (NOCs) have come out in support of the new dates announced for the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Belarusian athletes have started to arrive back in the country after visits to overseas Olympic training camps were temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
International Federations (IFs) have been reacting to the news that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will now open on July 23 next year, with the Closing Ceremony due to take place on August 8.
Tokyo 2020 have said they will work in principle to ensure tickets bought for the Olympics and Paralympics remain valid for the rescheduled Games next year.
World Athletics has confirmed that next year's World Championships will instead take place in 2022 after the dates for the rearranged Tokyo 2020 Olympics were confirmed.
The rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will open on July 23 next year, with the Closing Ceremony taking place on August 8.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) have dismissed claims the organisation worked in collaboration with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) or their counterparts from Canada to help force the postponement of Tokyo 2020 until next year.
Maebashi Mayor Ryū Yamamoto has announced the Japanese city will continue to host athletes from South Sudan until July as scheduled, despite the COVID-19 crisis postponing Tokyo 2020.
China have announced their 23-player squad for their vital women's football Olympic qualification playoffs for a spot at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
There have been at least 68 new COVID-19 cases in Tokyo today - the biggest daily jump yet.
Paralympic shot put champion Niko Kappel has said the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games should not go ahead if there is no cure for COVID-19.
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.
South Korea's Olympic champions have revealed mixed emotions about the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Tokyo recorded 63 new coronavirus cases today - its biggest daily increase yet - as the situation worsened in the Japanese capital.