Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Closing Ceremony schedule, date, time, where to watch Olympics

The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 are finding some conclusions and NBC Sports has you covered with all you need to know including the end date, time, Closing Ceremony schedule, live stream, and TV information, how to watch, and more. When will the 2020 Tokyo Olympics end? The Games of the XXXII Olympiad will conclude with… Continue reading Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Closing Ceremony schedule, date, time, where to watch Olympics

Tokyo Olympics 2021: Full Schedule, Events, Where to Watch, and Everything You Should Need to Know

The 2021 Tokyo Olympics gets going with the opening ceremony at the New National Stadium on Friday 23 July and finishes up on Sunday 8 August. Following a year-long postponement because of the COVID-10 pandemic, the best athletes in the world are gathering in Japan to take part in 28 unique sports with the expectation… Continue reading Tokyo Olympics 2021: Full Schedule, Events, Where to Watch, and Everything You Should Need to Know

Doodle Champion Island Games: Google denotes interactive Tokyo Olympics video mini-games Doodle; How to play

The new Google Doodle, called Doodle Champion Island Games, is really a series of Olympic event themed 16-bit mini-games that you can play, adding to the scores of four teams Google will follow on a global leaderboard. The game will be accessible on the Google homepage beginning Friday, July 22nd, 2021, which is the same… Continue reading Doodle Champion Island Games: Google denotes interactive Tokyo Olympics video mini-games Doodle; How to play

Japan will proclaim a state of emergency, Tokyo Olympics 2021 may happen without fans

The Tokyo Olympics will happen later this month in the midst of a state of emergency. The Japanese government on Thursday proposed a plan to re-institute strict measures to counter COVID-19 surges in the capital. The actions will produce results one week from now, and last the duration of the Games, as per widespread media… Continue reading Japan will proclaim a state of emergency, Tokyo Olympics 2021 may happen without fans

Tokyo Olympics 2021: North Korea becomes the first country to exit the Tokyo Games

North Korea became the first country to exit the Tokyo Olympics in light of Covid fears, a decision that underscores the difficulties confronting Japan as it battles to organize a global sporting event in the midst of a seething pandemic. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had recently communicated an eagerness to send the country’s… Continue reading Tokyo Olympics 2021: North Korea becomes the first country to exit the Tokyo Games

American tennis player John Isner won’t play in Tokyo Olympics 2021

John Isner, the highest-ranked U.S. male singles tennis player, won’t play the Tokyo Olympics, liking to remain at or close to home with his family in late July. Isner, who said in January 2020 that he was inclining toward skipping the Olympics for a second back-to-back time, affirmed on Wednesday that he 1) would not… Continue reading American tennis player John Isner won’t play in Tokyo Olympics 2021