The 2021 Olympics held in Tokyo, Japan, will have its opening ceremony at 8:23 am (GMT) this Friday (XNUMX), but you can already follow the competitions that have started, such as women's football. To see the schedule, results and medal table, go to the official website of the Olympic Games - even being postponed due to Covid-19 pandemic, the name and logo remained Tokyo 2020.
Google will also show you in real time the highlighted events, medal board, news, schedule and results. Just write “2020 Summer Olympics” in the search engine.
Furthermore, the official YouTube of the competition will publish videos with news, statistics and trivia.
2021 Olympics will have 301 Brazilian athletes
In a total of 20 days of the Tokyo Olympic Games, which will close on August 8, more than 300 sporting events are held, disputed by around 12.750 athletes from 206 countries. Brazil is represented by 301 athletes from 35 sports.
On site Brazil Olympic Channel you can follow the main news, as well as behind the scenes and interviews. The “Boletim Time Brasil” is presented by journalist Glenda Kozlowski daily at 8:20 am (Brasilia time and XNUMX:XNUMX pm in Japan).
Check out some of the main medal chances for Brazil below:
08:30 am: End
09:15 am: End
01:30 am: End
Track and field
00:20: 400m with men's hurdles (final)
23h: male pole vault (final)
23:05: men's shot put (final)
04:30 am: women's 20km race march (final)
10:50: men's 4x100m relay (final)
00:05: men's 4 x 100m relay (final)
22:30: Men's 50m freestyle (final)
18:30 pm: women's aquatic marathon (final)
21:30 pm: female individual (final)
22:15: male individual (final)
00:25: female street (end)
00:30: women's park (end)
00:30: men's park (end)
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