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SportsAug 25, 2021, 11:27 AM IST
IOC President confirms India's interest in hosting 2036, 2040 Olympics
India came up with its best-ever performance in the Tokyo Olympics and created history. Meanwhile, India has expressed its interest in hosting the 2036 or 2040 Games to make history again.
SportsJul 14, 2021, 12:03 PM IST
Thomas Bach visits Tokyo Olympics headquarters despite protests
The Tokyo Olympics is set to get underway from July 23 and run until August 8. Meanwhile, ahead of the opening ceremony, IOC President Thomas Bach has visited the headquarters of the organising committee, besides visiting Hiroshima, as the protests continue.
SportsJul 10, 2021, 5:08 PM IST
Tokyo Olympics: IOC President Thomas Bach glad at Games being conducted despite unprecedented circumstances
The Tokyo Olympics will be played 13 days from Saturday. While challenges surrounding the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic remain high, the Games are going ahead on schedule and on time. As a result, IOC President Thomas Bach is glad that it is happening.
SportsJul 9, 2021, 1:58 PM IST
Tokyo Olympics: IOC President Thomas Bach reveals unprecedented challenges ahead of the Games
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics is all set to run between July 23 and August 8. However, uncertainty regarding the health security of the participants remains a concern, as IOC President Thomas Bach says that the challenges ahead are unprecedented.
OTHER SPORTSApr 2, 2020, 6:09 PM IST
Tokyo Olympics 2020: IOC president Thomas Bach writes to PM Modi; says 'very grateful for your support'
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach said he is 'very grateful' to Prime Minister Narendra Modi
OTHER SPORTSMar 23, 2020, 1:16 PM IST
Coronavirus outbreak: ‘Cancellation of Tokyo Games would destroy Olympic dream of 11,000 athletes’
International Olympic Committee's (IOC) president has written a letter to Olympic athletes amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. He spoke about Tokyo Olympics 2020 and made it clear that the Games won't be cancelled