Germany’s Martin Wolfram prevented a British clean sweep of men’s gold at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving World Cup in Tokyo - the final Olympic qualifier and a test event for this year's Olympic Games.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has approved the introduction of stricter COVID-19 measures in Tokyo, Kyoto and Okinawa to halt a potential rise in cases.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) appears set to cancel the upcoming Diving World Cup in Tokyo due to COVID-19 safety concerns.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has announced plans to stage the Blind Football World Grand Prix in Tokyo as a precursor to this year’s Paralympic Games in the Japanese capital.
Tokyo is to remain under COVID-19 restrictions until March 21 as the state of emergency in the Japanese capital has been extended for two weeks.
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike has expressed caution over the potential lifting of the state of emergency in Japan’s capital city on Sunday (March 7).
An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 has hit off the Eastern coast of Japan, affecting areas including Fukushima.
The International Surfing Association’s (ISA) Medical Commission had its first virtual meeting recently to discuss key issues relating to health and safety within surfing during the pandemic.
Tokyo has reported 2,392 new coronavirus cases today as the Japanese capital city became subject to new restrictions as part of a state of emergency.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has said the Government is considering a new state of emergency as daily COVID-19 cases remain high with just 200 days to go until the opening of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Three hundred and sixty-four days after it was originally to have been carried there, the arrival of the Olympic flame at Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium on July 23 is set to be one of the sporting highlights of this new year, providing everything goes to plan.
This weekend's team gymnastics event in Tokyo has been given the green light after Japanese star Kōhei Uchimura tested negative for coronavirus.
The 2021 Tokyo Marathon will now take place on October 17, organisers have confirmed, in response to concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
A member of staff at the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee has tested positive for coronavirus, representing the organisation's fourth recorded case so far.
Japan has allowed a restricted number of fans to return to stadiums to watch baseball and football matches, despite the growing number of coronavirus cases in Tokyo.