Tokyo Olympics: Schedule, Date, India qualification, Timings, Live Streaming – All you need to know about Tokyo 2020

Tokyo Olympics: Schedule, Date, India qualification, Timings, Live Streaming - All you need to know about Tokyo 2020
Tokyo Olympics: Schedule, Date, India qualification, Timings, Live Streaming - All you need to know about Tokyo 2020

Tokyo Olympics: Schedule, Date, India qualification, Timings, Live Streaming – All you need to know about Tokyo 2020: After an unprecedented year-long delay, the International Olympic Committee and Japan Olympic Committee is doing all they can to host the most expensive Games in Olympics history. Fans wondering what to expect from the global sporting spectacle should prepare for a Summer Games unlike any other — both because of what is expected to place and what isn’t. India will be sending a large contingent but with a reduced number of officials to keep in line with the protocols.

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Tokyo Olympics: When are Tokyo 2020 Olympics taking place?

Postponed a year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics are scheduled to begin officially July 23 with the opening ceremony and end Aug. 8 with the closing ceremony.

Tokyo Olympics: Where will Tokyo 2020 Olympics be held?

The host city for the Summer Games is Tokyo and most events will be staged throughout the Japanese capital. Some events will be held in other parts of Japan, however, road cycling for example will take place in the foothills of Mount Fuji. Surfing will be held 40 minutes outside of Tokyo on the country’s eastern coast; and the men’s and women’s marathons, as well as the race walking events, will take place in Sapporo, which is located 500 miles north of Tokyo. The football matches will be played in six cities.

Tokyo Olympics: What’s the schedule for the Olympics?

Miraitowa was created by Japanese artist Ryo Taniguchi, emerging from a competition process that began with more than 2,000 mascot designs.

Tokyo Olympics: What do the medals look like?

Each athlete that reaches the podium will be awarded with a unique Olympic prize. The medals in Tokyo are made from recycled cellphones and other electronics. In February 2017, Tokyo 2020 organizers began soliciting donations from the public for their old electronics, and the gold, silver and bronze was extracted and utilized to forge the medals. The Vancouver Winter Games in 2010 similarly utilized recycled electronics in its Olympic medals.

While the back of the medal features the Tokyo 2020 logo, in accordance with IOC regulations, the front depicts Nike, the Greek goddess of victory, in front of Panathinaikos Stadium.

Tokyo Olympics: What does the Tokyo Games logo look like?

The official emblem is called “Harmonized Chequered Emblem,” and it features a blue checkered circular pattern above the words “Tokyo 2020” and the familiar Olympic rings.

The logo was created by Japanese artist Asao Tokolo, who is known for his geometric stylings. The checkered pattern — “ichimatsu moyo” — dates back more than 250 years from the Edo period and was first popularized in Kabuki theater.

Tokolo’s design includes three rectangular shapes, which interlock to form a ring. Olympic organizers say the logo “represents different countries, cultures and ways of thinking.”

Tokyo Olympics: Who all have qualified for Tokyo Games?


Name Style/Category
Tarundeep Rai Men’s Recurve
Atanu Das Men’s Recurve
Pravin Jadhav Men’s Recurve
Deepika Kumari Women’s Recurve


Name Style/Category
KT Irfan Men’s 20km race walk
Sandeep Kumar Men’s 20km race walk
Avinash Sable Men’s 3000m steeplechase
Murali Sreeshankar Men’s long jump
Neeraj Chopra Javelin Throw
Shivpal Singh Javelin Throw
Kamalpreet Kaur Women’s discus throw
Bhawna Jat Women’s 20km race walk
Priyanka Goswami Women’s 20km race walk
4×400 mixed relay


Name Style/Category
Vikas Krishnan Men’s 69kg
Lovlina Borgohain Women’s 69kg
Ashish Kumar Men’s 75kg
Pooja Rani Women’s 75kg
Satish Kumar Men’s 91kg
Mary Kom Women’s 51kg
Amit Panghal Men’s 52kg
Manish Kaushik Men’s 53kg
Simranjit Kaur Women’s 60kg


Name Style/Category
Anjum Moudgil 10m Women’s Air Rifle
Apurvi Chandela 10m Women’s Air Rifle
Divyansh Singh Panwar 10m Men’s Air Rifle
Deepak Kumar 10m Men’s Air Rifle
Tejaswini Sawant 50m Women’s Rifle 3 Position
Sanjeev Rajput 50m Men’s Rifle 3 Position
Aishwarya Pratap Singh Tomar 50m Men’s Rifle 3 Position
Manu Bhaker 10m Women’s Air Pistol
Yashaswini Singh Deswal 10m Women’s Air Pistol
Saurabh Chaudhary 10m Men’s Air Pistol
Abhishek Verma 10m Men’s Air Pistol
Rahi Sarnobat 25m Women’s Pistol
Chinki Yadav 25m Women’s Pistol (replaced by Elavenil Valarivan)
Angad Veer Singh Bajwa Men’s Skeet
Mairaj Ahmad Khan Men’s Skeet

Table Tennis

Sharath Kamal
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran
Sutirtha Mukherjee
Manika Batra


Name Style/Category
Seema Bisla Women’s Freestyle, 50kg
Vinesh Phogat Women’s Freestyle, 53kg
Anshu Malik Women’s Freestyle, 57kg
Sonam Malik Women’s Freestyle, 62kg
Ravi Kumar Dahiya Men’s Freestyle 57kg
Bajrang Punia Men’s Freestyle 65kg
Deepak Punia Men’s Freestyle 86kg
Sumit Malik Men’s Freestyle 125kg


Name Style/Category
Nethra Kumanan  Laser Radial
Vishnu Saravanan Laser Standard
KC Ganapathy and Varun Thakkar 49er


Arjun Jat and Arvind Singh — men’s lightweight double sculls event


Men’s National Team

Women’s National Team


Pranati Nayak


Bhavani Devi


Fouaad Mirza

Tokyo Olympics: How to watch Tokyo Games live in India?

Tokyo Olympics live in India will be telecast live on Sony Sports Networks. For live streaming visit SonyLIV. Follow all the latest updates on Tokyo 2020 at