Find out here how and where to follow the Olympic Games live, which will take place from July 23 to August 8 in Tokyo, capital of Japan.
From July 23 to August 8, Tokyo (Japan) will become the world capital of sport with the Olympic Games . The event had to be postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic, but it will finally be held and will feature all the disciplines stipulated in the beginning, from football to archery through tennis, golf, handball, basketball, athletics … A total 321 athletes make up the Spanish team that will participate in the event.
What times are the Tokyo 2020 competitions held: schedules.
Tokyo is eight hours ahead of Madrid, so the competition will start right with the change of day in Spanish peninsular time. Trials will be held from our 00:30 (8:30 in Japan) until after 13:00 (21:00 in the Asian country. The opening ceremony will be on Friday at 12:00 (20:00 in Japan).
How to watch the Tokyo 2020 Games on TV and online.
As usual, RTVE has the broadcasting rights of the Olympic Games in open air and will dedicate a large part of its programming to the event. Public television will offer 400 hours of live broadcast, in addition to video summaries, complete tests, minute by minute, analysis of each day with former Olympic medalists, coverage through social networks and information from Tokyo with his team traveling to Japan so as not to lose detail. Eurosport will be the channel that broadcasts the event through pay television. In his case, he will focus not only on Spanish athletes, he will also pay close attention to international figures. Both Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 are available, in addition to their own platform, at Dazn and Movistar Plus.
In As you can also enjoy great coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. With us you will have the best minute by minute live daily and for the most outstanding events, as well as chronicles, reports, interviews and images from the epicenter of the action thanks to our team of special envoys.
Mexico at the Tokyo Olympics: flag bearers, team, sports and medal forecast.
The Mexican delegation will have 162 athletes competing in 26 different disciplines in Japan, seeking a medal.
This Friday, July 23, the opening of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will finally arrive. After multiple setbacks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the largest sports competition of all will be held in Japan. Some disciplines such as Taekwondo, Diving or Archery seem the most likely for national athletes to put the name of our country at the top. However, there are also those who could give the “surprise” in this edition.
Mexican flag bearers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Gaby López and Rommel Pacheco will be responsible for carrying the Mexican flag during the opening ceremony of these Olympic Games . The Mexican golfer was already part of the national delegation during Rio 2016. Last year, she managed to win her second LPGA tournament by winning the Diamond Resort Tournament Champions. On the other hand, Pacheco has been a multi-medalist in the Pan American Games, but the medal has escaped him in his three appearances in the Olympic Games. In addition, he is also known for having participated in the Exatlón Mexico, a popular sports reality show.
Teams that will take Mexico to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Men’s Beach Volleyball
Sports in which Mexico will participate in Tokyo 2020
Luis Antonio Alvarez
Tamara Cruz – 69 kg category
Rogelio Romero – Category 81 kg
Esmeralda Falcón -Category 60 kg
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Jose Luis Sanchez
Jonathan Muñoz – Category 67 kg
Ana López Ferrer – Category 55 kg
Jorge Cárdenas – Category 73 kg
Aremi Fuentes – Category 76 kg
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Briseida Acosta – Category +67 kg
Carlos Sansores – Category +80 kg
Fernanda del Valle
Tonatiuh López – 800 mts
Diego del Real – Hammer Throw
Laura Galván – 1,500 mts
Paola Morán – 400 mts
Juan Ignacio Pérez
Alfonso Leyva – Category 77kg
Noel Chama – 20km
Jesús Tadeo Vega – 20km
Andrés Olivas – 20km
Isaac Palma – 50km
Horacio Nava – 50km
José Leyver – 50km
Alegna González – 20km
Isle Guerrero – 20km
Valeria Ortuño – 20km