2020 olympics

Surfing and skateboarding are among sports that will debut in Tokyo.
"Chicken out or keep going." Those are the two options that cyclist Missy Erickson figured she had last July when she first lined up to race again after a devastating 50 mile-per-hour crash less than two months before.
Japan is getting serious about gender equality, and, despite doubters, recent signs point to progress. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made empowerment for women one of his top three reform "arrows" aimed at rekindling the economy two years ago and set about making policies to boost female participation in Japan's workforce.
Tokyo's Olympic woes highlight risks for Boston and other cities considering future bids.
Tokyo's airport prepares for even the non-Olympic runners.
Unlike host countries such as Brazil and Russia, Japan won't have to fight hard to curb crime and corruption ahead of the Games. But the 2020 Games will bring attention and international travelers to Tokyo in droves, and there are a few areas where Tokyo falls behind in foreign tourist friendliness.
Fuma-Kai is an incredible performance by Japanese multimedia dance and martial arts troupe, Enra, directed by Nobuyuki Hanabusa
So, are you happy about the 2020 host city choice? Will you be traveling to Tokyo for the event? Let us know in the comments
Tokyo may be celebrating, but there is a deeply concerning global angst about a city hosting the Olympic games about 220 kilometers (137 miles) from the site of one of the worst nuclear disasters in history.
Prior to Wednesday, some forecasters were giving a slight edge to Tokyo, seemingly playing down fears Japan might be experiencing
“You want to send a signal to the world and to your own populace that you’re opening up, that you’re an important part of
Olympic fever is at an all time high in my household, and it started even before the torch arrived at last week's opening ceremony.
The U.S. Olympic Committee doesn't plan to bid on the 2020 Summer Games, Read more on Colorado Springs Gazette
About three hours after Chicago was eliminated from hosting the 2016 Olympic Games, Mayor Richard Daley made his first public