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Tokyo Olympics 2020 – Tokyo Olympics Schedule, Tokyo Olympics Live Stream, Tokyo Olympics Dates & Tokyo Olympics Tickets.

Tokyo Olympics 2020

Olympic 2020 will take place in Tokyo (Japan). Here is all the information about the date, schedule, TV broadcast, time difference, tickets, and sports and disciplines.

The German 4 x100-meter relay teams were able to solve the Olympic tickets on July 28, 2019, at the swimming World Cup in South Korea. Both the men’s and women’s quartet reached the required place in the top twelve and ensured that all seven Olympic Games 2020 can be filled by the German team.

Tokyo Olympics 2020

Olympic 2020 takes place in Japan. The dates are already fixed: From 24.07. until 09.08.2020 the competitions will be held. In total there are 51 disciplines and 33 sports, which are held in 339 competitions.

All information about the Olympics 2020 schedule, Olympics 2020 date, Olympics 2020 Live TV broadcast, time difference, Olympics 2020 tickets and maps, new sports and disciplines as well as the information about the mascot of the Summer Olympics are available in advance.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Timetable

Already, many fans want to know when, what sport, discipline and which competition takes place. The previously known dates and the schedule are still based on the details of the application documents but are considered quite valid. A good overview of the schedule for the 2020 Summer Olympics can be found here.

Tokyo Olympics: Opening, Venues, Dates

As already mentioned, the Summer Olympics 2020 will take place from 24 July to 9 August.

  • Opening Ceremony: July 24, 2020, at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium
  • Closing Ceremony: August 9, 2020, at the Tokyo Olympic Stadium

In addition to the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, there are many other venues. A good overview is also here to find.

2020 Summer Olympics: Olympics and Olympics – what’s the difference?

While the sporting event itself means the Olympic Games, the Olympic Games or the Summer Olympics, the Olympics strictly speaking means only the period between two games – that is, the four years.

Olympic 2020 – Time zones: time difference and time difference to Japan / Germany

Many fans wonder when they can watch the Olympics live on TV or stream and when. A crucial question here is time zones or the time difference/time difference between Japan and Germany. Japan is seven hours ahead of Germany in the summer. Basically one should still know that in Japan there is no time change between summer and winter – but still with us. For example, if it’s 12 o’clock in the afternoon in the summer, it’s already 19 o’clock in the evening in Japan. It is still unclear to what extent the time difference or the time difference affects the start dates of the individual competitions.

Experience Olympic 2020 live in TV and stream – Free-TV, in ARD or ZDF? Schedule and TV broadcast

The 2020 Olympics will be back live on TV, TV and live stream – for free, free of charge, free of charge and without signing up for free TV and free streaming on public-law. ARD and ZDF will share the live TV broadcast, allowing German fans to watch the summer games in Japan live on TV and stream in the media libraries.

Tickets for the Summer Games in Japan, Tokyo: Where can I get tickets?

To get tickets or tickets for the Olympics in Tokyo, you have to be patient until June 24, 2019. That’s when the ticket sale or ticket sale for the Olympic Games 2020 in Japan starts.

Olympic Games 2020: Which disciplines, sports and competitions are new?

These are the new sports and disciplines at Olympic in Japan:

  • Swimming: 800 m (men), 1500 m (women), 4×100 m mixed relay
  • Archery: Mixed Event
  • Athletics: 4×400 m mixed relay
  • Basketball: 3×3 (men and women)
  • Cycling: BMX Freestyle Park, Madison (F / M)
  • Fencing: Team competition for women and men
  • Judo: Mixed Team Event
  • Table tennis: mixed double
  • Triathlon: Mixed Team Relay

Olympic 2020: The mascots for the Olympics and Paralympics are Miraitowa and Someity

The figures are named Miraitowa (blue) and Someity (pink). Miraitova represents the upcoming Olympic Games and has the ability to teleport super fast from place to place. Kindhearted Someity stands for the Paralympics, loves nature and evokes the Japanese cherry blossom. She has telekinetic skills and can talk with stones and the wind. (AZ)

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