Japan successfully retained the Olympic softball title they last won 13 years ago by beating the United States 2-0 in today's gold-medal game.
South Korea's dominance of the archery events at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games continued as its men's team of three delivered a masterclass with the bow and arrows to overcome Chinese Taipei in today's final.
Hosts Japan got their men's football campaign at the postponed Olympic Games off to a winning start as they beat a COVID-19-hit South Africa in their opening match here.
China is predicted to continue its Olympic decline for the third straight Summer Games, according to the final Tokyo 2020 medal projection from Gracenote.
The Japanese men’s football team have not expressed concerns over facing coronavirus-hit South Africa in their opening match of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games here.
Korean Sport and Olympic Committee (KOSC) President Lee Kee-heung has claimed the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has pledged to remove the Rising Sun flag should it be displayed at venues, after ordering South Korea’s athletes to remove controversial banners.
Human Rights Watch calls for establishment of Japan Centre for Safe Sport and more protection for Japanese child athletes
In the lead-up to the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has directed attentions towards the critical human rights issues surrounding the event and life in Japan.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has confirmed he will not visit Japan for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Athletes have questioned why they will be competing in empty venues at the delayed Olympic Games while spectators have been allowed to attend other sports events in Japan, a senior International Olympic Committee (IOC) official has said.
Tokyo 2020 sets up Recovery and Reconstruction Games booth reflecting on Great East Japan Earthquake healing
Leading Japanese Reconstruction Agency official Yasuyuki Kobayashi has insisted that the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics will still play a part in helping Japan recover from the impact of the devastating tsunami, earthquake and nuclear meltdown at Fukushima in March 2011.
At last, some honesty.
Home Tokyo 2020 qualifier Shoko Ota hopes taekwondo's debut on the Paralympic programme will boost the profile of the sport in Japan.
Japan has again been urged to address "serious" human rights issues in the country prior to the delayed Olympic Games here.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in could attend the Opening Ceremony of the delayed Olympic Games here in the Japanese capital, although his potential visit has not been confirmed.
International Rugby League (IRL) members have followed the Board's recommendation and voted for Japan and Montenegro to become observer members.