Tokyo 2020

Seth I. Kirby, lecturer in sport and leisure management in the School of Science and Technology at Nottingham Trent University, discusses the impact of climate change and the blistering summer heat on Tokyo 2020, and asks whether there is any hope that future Games organisers will take the crisis seriously

The Tokyo 2020 Paralympics officially opened yesterday (Tuesday), with organisers hailing the biggest-ever athlete contingent for making it to the Games against a challenging pandemic backdrop

Despite the challenges, Tokyo 2020 delivered on the Olympic promise of uniting people around the world through sport, says Kathryn Rhodes associate director, business development, at CSM Asia.

World Athletics has explained how the spectacular projection mapping light show that set the stage for the women’s and men’s 100m sprint finals at the Tokyo Olympics over the weekend was based on a sim…

The Australian women’s football team has been attracting record domestic television audiences for its matches at Tokyo 2020, on free-to-air broadcaster Seven. Seven reported an audience of 2.2

Modest numbers of fans have been attending events at the Tokyo Olympics, taking advantage of official and unofficial gaps in the broader spectator ban

Star gymnast's exit from competition places greater spotlight on athlete mental health

Early results show sharp drops compared to Rio and London Olympics

The Olympics has always been a stage for nations to set out grand political ambitions, for better or worse. Tokyo 2020 will be no different, says Professor Simon Chadwick.

The Tokyo Olympics was boosted by a strong opening weekend for athletes from host nation Japan, who won five gold medals and a silver

In the latest of a series of articles about the new sports making their debut at the Tokyo Olympics, Big3 co-founder Ice Cube speaks to SportBusiness about the wider opportunities for 3x3 basketball amidst the sport's Olympic debut, and why he thinks Big3 players should be allowed to compete at future Games. Bob Williams reports.

British Olympic Association chief executive Andy Anson explains how the organisation has added six new sponsors since the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and predicts there will be even greater commercial opportunities at Paris 2024 – 'the nearest thing to a home Games' for the NOC. Ben Cronin reports.

The impact of the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on the International Olympic Committee’s finances has been laid bare in its latest financial statements, with the organisation declaring revenues o…

There has been no let-up in the challenges for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the final days before it starts

Mediacorp, Singapore's state-owned broadcaster, has acquired the media rights to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after striking a deal with Singapore-based marketing agency Reddentes Sports

Indian broadcaster Sony Pictures Networks yesterday obtained an order from the Delhi High Court aimed at shutting down piracy of Tokyo Olympics coverage by websites and rogue pay-television platform operators

The Dentsu agency finalised deals for Tokyo 2020 media rights with buyers including the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) and Indonesian media group Emtek in recent weeks