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Complete coverage: Tokyo Olympics postponed until 2021

The International Olympic Committee officially postponed the 2020 Tokyo Games until 2021 on Tuesday.
The International Olympic Committee officially postponed the 2020 Tokyo Games until 2021 on Tuesday.
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A newly formed Olympics task force will determine a new date in 2021 for the Tokyo Games, but it won’t limit its options to the summer months.
A two-time women’s world player of the year, Carli Lloyd planned to make this year’s Tokyo Games her curtain call. Now she’ll delay her retirement for a year.
Sparks standout and Team USA forward Nneka Ogwumike says the IOC made the right decision in postponing the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to 2021.
The Tokyo Games, if Ryan Lochte qualified, would have been his fifth Olympics and the capstone to his personal reinvention. Now the 35-year-old will have to wait another year.
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics were going to provide Team USA a chance for redemption, but postponement of the Summer Games to 2021 could be trouble.
A phone call from Tokyo reveals confusion among 2020 Olympics ticket holders now that the Games have been postponed until 2021.
The Olympic Games have been canceled three times, all because of war, but never postponed. But the coronavirus outbreak has changed that.
Nathan Adrian, a five-time Olympic gold medalist in swimming, says the International Olympic Committee made the right move in postponing the 2020 Games.
Former UCLA gymnast Danusia Francis is looking forward to “another year to get stronger, another year to get more confidence” amid the Olympics postponement.
Swimmer and USC graduate Haley Anderson is glad the Tokyo Olympics are postponed for athletes’ safety.
Alex Obert and Chancellor Ramirez are disappointed about the Tokyo Games being postponed but believe the move was needed amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Water polo player Maggie Steffens says she was prepared for the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, but it was still difficult to digest.
Olympic athletes and sports federations react to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games being officially postponed until 2021.
The coronavirus crisis has postponed the 2020 Olympic Games, a key TV event for NBCUniversal, which has sold $1.25 billion in ads for the event.
Israel had qualified for one of six spots in the Olympic baseball field. With the Tokyo Games postponed, pursuit of Israel’s first team-sport medal must wait.
If you were headed to Tokyo or any other destination, here’s what you must know to get a refund. It may not happen — you may get a voucher instead — but you can get some relief.
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