The World Rowing Federation (FISA) have claimed they have not been involved in any discussions about moving the Tokyo 2020 Olympic venue out of Japan.
Tokyo 2020 President Yoshirō Mori has vowed to ensure the Olympic and Paralympic Games Torch Relay visits a number of disaster-hit areas across Japan.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe have reportedly "agreed" that some Tokyo 2020 Olympic events should be held in stricken areas in Fukushima.
Bach confident of "significant reduction" in Tokyo 2020 costs as organisers deny events could be moved to South Korea
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach insists he is fully confident the fears over the ballooning budget of Tokyo 2020 will be unfounded and that a group involving the major stakeholders in the Games in the Japanese capital will help to bring about a "significant reduction" in costs.
Chiba Mayor Toshihito Kumagai has visited London in a bid to gain understanding and knowledge of staging Olympic and Paralympic events ahead of Tokyo 2020.
Koike vows to "start considering venues" after visit to potential Olympic rowing host 400km from Tokyo
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike has vowed to "start considering venues" after she visited the controversial Naganuma rowing course in Tome, which could replace the facility put forward by organisers of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games amid fears of a ballooning budget.
Ishinomaki Mayor Hiroshi Kameyama has revealed his city has submitted a plan to be the starting point for the 2020 Olympic Torch Relay.
International Canoe Federation dismiss suggestions Tokyo 1964 venue should be used for 2020 Olympics
International Canoe Federation (ICF) secretary general Simon Toulson has dismissed suggestions that events in the sport at Tokyo 2020 should be staged at the same venue as for the 1964 Olympics following a request from the Japan Canoe Federation (JCF).
Tokyo 2020 claim cost of using alternative rowing and canoe sprint venue would be greater than current plans
Tokyo 2020 organisers have warned that moving rowing and canoe sprint 400 kilometres out of the city risks increasing rather than reducing costs during a meeting with the Governor of Miyagi Prefecture today.
Researchers and university students have launched a petition which asks Tokyo 2020 organisers to use recycled metal to produce the medals that will be awarded to athletes at the Olympics and Paralympics.
Tokyo Governor set to meet IOC President later this month following reports of big budget increase for 2020 Olympics
Plans are being drawn up for Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike to meet International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach on October 18, it has been reported, following claims that the budget for the 2020 Games in the Japanese capital could balloon to four times its original estimate.
Japanese manufacturers are speeding up the development of crime-prevention systems in an attempt to tackle the threat of terrorism during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Japan's Olympic Minister Tamayo Marukawa has said she will hold talks with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government after a report by the latter predicted the costs of the 2020 Games could balloon to ¥3 trillion (£22 billion/$30 billion/€26 billion).
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike is expected to visit Tome in Miyagi Prefecture next week to inspect the controversial alternative rowing and canoe sprint venue proposed for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A new strategic plan aimed at helping Japan win medals in a wider range of sports at their home Olympic and Paralympic Games has been unveiled by Sports Agency Commissioner Daichi Suzuki.