The International Olympic Committee announced the rescheduled dates for the 2020 Games on Monday.
With the Tokyo 2020 Games now moved to next year, a major logistical hurdle standing in the way of completing the NBA season has been removed.
The International Olympic Committee declared the Games that have been moved to 2021 will still be called the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and it's about more than just previously-distributed promotional material.
The Olympics, Tiger at the Masters, March Madness and how many Astros hitters would get beaned as baseball opened are just a few of the things we'll miss as coronavirus has most of the sports world on pause.
The IOC postponed the Games earlier this week, meaning the Olympics will take place in 2021.
The IOC has taken the unprecedented decision to postpone the Olympic Games by a year to 2021 in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The 2020 Olympics become the first Games to be postponed since the 1944 Games were called off because of World War 2.
The Olympics are due to get underway on July 24 but a postponement looks increasingly inevitable amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"The Games are not going to start on July 24, that much I know," International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Dick Pound told USA Today.
The Olympics are scheduled to begin on July 24 but bookmakers expect the Tokyo games to be canceled because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Canadian Olympic Committee said on Sunday it won't send its athletes to the Olympics if they're not postponed.
Tokyo Olympics organizers and the IOC are under mounting pressure to postpone the Games due the coronavirus outbreak.
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The IOC will look at various options to keep the Summer Olympics in Tokyo during 2020, including a postponement. But canceling the Games is not an option, they say.
The Games are scheduled to begin in July, but the International Olympic Committee is coming under increasing pressure to postpone them amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
"There are no perfect answers, and this will not be easy; however, it is a solution that provides a concrete path forward and allows all athletes to prepare for a safe and successful Olympic Games in 2021," the CEO of USA Swimming said.
The IOC and Tokyo organizers have repeatedly insisted the Games will go ahead as scheduled despite the spread of COVID-19.
Four-time Olympic gold medalist and IOC member Hayley Wickenheiser called the IOC's stance "insensitive and irresponsible."
Kozo Tashima returned to Japan on March 8 after a lengthy business trip in Great Britain, Europe and the U.S.
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The Olympic Games are scheduled to get underway on July 24, but organizers and the IOC have delivered mixed messages recently.
Tokyo is scheduled to host the 2020 Olympic Games this summer, but the rapid spread of coronavirus has put the event in jeopardy.
Canceling the Olympics would cost the company ad-driven profit, which stood at approximately $250 million for the Rio Olympics four years ago.
Japan has reported over 1,000 coronavirus cases with 12 recorded deaths but the organizers and the IOC are confident the Olympics will go ahead as scheduled.
The Olympics governing body said it remained committed to ensuring the 2020 Games will go ahead as planned this summer.
Over 1,000 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Japan since the outbreak began, with 12 confirmed deaths.
Irish bookmaker Paddy Power shortens odds on Tokyo Olympics not being held to 4/6, making a cancelation odds-on.
Senior IOC member Dick Pound believes the Olympic committee can hold off a decision on the 2020 Olympics until May.
International Olympic Committee officials have said they are monitoring the spread of coronavirus closely, but as yet, there are no plans to postpone this summer's games.
Over 2,000 people have been killed by the virus since the outbreak began in China at the end of last year.