The 2020 Summer Olympics which were about to held in 2020 is now scheduled to be held from 23 July to 8 August 2021. As these are the most awaited games of the year. This shows that only five months are left for the games. Due to Covid-19, the games were postponed last year. They are now in despite lingering uncertainty. This time various new things could be seen in the Olympics which will bring too much entertainment, excitement, and enjoyment among the viewers and also to the players. It was observed that Japan had held three Olympics till now. They were in 1964, 1972, and 1988. These 2021 Olympic games will be the fourth opportunity for the country to hold the Olympics. As we know due to Covid-19 everything got stopped suddenly. Now the government of Japan and the International Olympic Committee gave its event a go-ahead. You will now be able to watch Olympics this year.
Tokyo Olympics ceremony
The Tokyo Olympics will begin in July. The opening ceremony will take place on Friday 23 July 2021. This ceremony will starts at 8 p.m. locally which will be 7 am Eastern Time. According to the sources it was found that NBC will cover the ceremony that starts morning at 6:55 ET. Also, there will be a live cast for the event in all time zones.
Medals in Tokyo Olympics
There will be 339 medals for 33 games. The First medal ceremony will be held on July 24, 2021. This time the medals which will be given to the players are made up of old electronic goods and phones. For this process, the organizers have appealed the people to donate electronic goods and phones in February 2017. At the back, the medal will have the logo of the Tokyo Olympics.
The mascot of the Olympics
This time the mascot of the Olympics Games to be held in Tokyo has been named Miraitova and Somety. This has also given a special Japanese indigo blue color pattern. This word Miraitova, as Mirai means future and Tova means eternity.
Torch relay date
This time the torch relay will begin on March 25 and it will end on July 23 with the opening of the Games Mahakumbh. This relay will start from the J Village National Training Center in Fukushima Prefecture and it will continue for 121 days.