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German fencer and sports official, president of the IOC

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Thomas Bach: German fencer and sports official, president of the IOC
Thomas Bach, is a German lawyer and former Olympic fencer. Bach is the ninth and current President of the International Olympic Committee, and a former member of the German Olympic Sports Confederation Executive Board.

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New Olympics date still unconfirmed: Kyodo News [Video]

New Olympics date still unconfirmed: Kyodo News

A Tokyo 2020 executive board member says they will need to monitor the global health situation until next spring to decide whether to hold the Summer Olympics next year. Adam Reed reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 00:49Published
Olympic chief says Games would be canceled if not held in 2021 [Video]

Olympic chief says Games would be canceled if not held in 2021

The head of the International Olympic Committee has for the first time suggested the Games originally scheduled for this year, may be scrapped completely if it's not safe to have them by next summer...

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:10Published
'We will take all the necessary decisions at the right time' - IOC President Bach [Video]

'We will take all the necessary decisions at the right time' - IOC President Bach

International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said the IOC would "take all the necessary decisions at the right time" about the staging of the delayed Tokyo Olympic Games in July 2021. Lauren..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:24Published
"We don't know how Olympics money will be spent" - Tokyo 2020 CEO [Video]

"We don't know how Olympics money will be spent" - Tokyo 2020 CEO

Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto says it's not clear how Olympics money will be spent.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 02:38Published
Japan organizers wondering where Olympic postponement money will be spent [Video]

Japan organizers wondering where Olympic postponement money will be spent

The organizers of Tokyo 2020 have admitted to being unaware as to how the $800 million set aside by the International Olympic Committee will be spent. The games have been postponed until next summer,..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:28Published
Postponement of Tokyo Games will cost the IOC at least £650million [Video]

Postponement of Tokyo Games will cost the IOC at least £650million

The International Olympic Committee is braced for a financial hit of 800 million US dollars (£650m) as a consequence of the decision to delay the Tokyo Games until 2021. IOC president Thomas Bach said..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:19Published
IOC expects costs of up to $800 mln for delayed Tokyo Games [Video]

IOC expects costs of up to $800 mln for delayed Tokyo Games

IOC President Thomas Bach says $150 mln will go towards supporting international federations and National Olympic Committees.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 03:34Published
IOC's Coates says Tokyo Games not contingent on COVID-19 vaccine [Video]

IOC's Coates says Tokyo Games not contingent on COVID-19 vaccine

Coates says that the Tokyo Olympics are not contingent on the development of a vaccine for the coronavirus

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 02:13Published
Tokyo Games must focus on 'must haves' to cut costs - Coates [Video]

Tokyo Games must focus on 'must haves' to cut costs - Coates

IOC Coordination Commission chief John Coates says Olympics organisers must reduce costs related to the postponed Tokyo Games by focusing on the "must-haves".

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 05:07Published
Olympic organisers aiming for July 23 2021 start, but aware it is dependent on controlling the coronavirus first [Video]

Olympic organisers aiming for July 23 2021 start, but aware it is dependent on controlling the coronavirus first

Tokyo Olympic organisers are focusing on a July 23 2021 start for the Games, but realise that it is possible the coronavirus may not be under control in time.

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 01:51Published

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