Bach: “No city was there a year before the Games, as well as the Tokyo,

International olympic committee president Thomas Bach is impressed by the preparations that Tokyo prepares for the Olympic Games, which is exactly one year. The germans brought in on Wednesday with a visit to the Japanese city.

“I can honestly say that I have never been to a city, I have seen that there is a year before the Games as well as Tokyo,” said the 65-year-old Bach, at the special meeting.

The stadium where the opening ceremony was over in a year, it is almost finished. In total, only three of the locations are not yet finished. In addition, there are more than three million tickets were sold and more than 200,000 people have offered to volunteer.

Japanese prime minister shinzo Abe left for the meeting and also knowing that she was happy to be with you the progress since the Tokyo olympic Games in los angeles was allocated in 2013. “Over the past six years have gone by. I am pleased that the preparations went as planned,” he said.

Incidentally, it was everything, as earlier in the year, Tsunekazu Takeda as president of the Japanese olympic committee, on suspicion of corruption in the award of the Olympics to Tokyo. Also, the costs are significantly higher than originally planned.


A first look inside the stadium for the Olympic Games in 2020 in Tokyo

A record number of medals for the Netherlands.

An increasing number of Dutch athletes to qualify for the Olympics in Tokyo, japan. Our country has been in any case to be represented in track and field, archery, rifle shooting, (open water)swimming, horse riding, diving, football and sailing.

Databureau Gracenote, acknowledged Tuesday that the Netherlands was in Tokyo for a record 34 medals you can get, especially in road racing, track racing, and sailing. The national record stands at 25 medals, medals at the Games in Sydney in 2000.

The opening ceremony of the Olympics on on July 24, 2020 at the National Stadium in Tokyo, japan.

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The Dutch athletes are in the Olympic Games in Tokyo

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