Tokyo 2020: Olympics will be ‘simplified’ in 2021

Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto

Tokyo 2020 organising committee chief executive Toshiro Muto announced the plans at a recordsdata convention on Wednesday

Tokyo 2020 would possibly be a “simplified” Olympics, per the executive executive of the organising committee.

The Games, scheduled to open in July, were postponed for a year in March thanks to fears over the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tokyo 2020 chief executive Toshiro Muto added that the Olympics will “no longer be performed with tall splendour”.

Organisers talked about that they are engaged on more than 200 suggestions to simplify and slice expenses for the rescheduled Games.

Muto, talking at a recordsdata convention, additionally published that the organisers had no longer dominated out reducing the collection of followers, despite the incontrovertible fact that the competition schedule remained unchanged for now.

In the meantime, Yoshiro Mori, the president of Tokyo 2020, refused to debate the different of cancelling the Games altogether.

“It’s no longer correct to debate speculation in accordance with a hypothetical issue of affairs and attributable to this fact our direction is to no longer set aside in suggestions at all about cancellation,” he added.

In April, Japan’s High Minister Shinzo Abe talked about it would be “complex” to stage the Games if the nation doesn’t efficiently maintain the virus.

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