Everyone talks about how difficult the Olympics are for athletes, but nobody talks about how difficult it is for those in the house. Competitions are days to watch, names to remember and new games to learn. It’s understandable threatening, but it doesn’t have to be.
The good people of WalletHub put an infographic with everything you need and need to know about the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan from August 23 to August 8, 2021. His figures, background information and fun facts will make you the most knowledgeable person in any viewing party.
Did you know, for example, that it cost $26 billion to host the 2020 Tokyo Olympics? Or is it the first Olympic Games to use artificial intelligence to help with security? What about the fact that the youngest competitor in Team USA is 15-year-old swimmer, KT Grimes?
International Olympic Day is celebrated on June 23 every year to celebrate sports and health. The occasion celebrates the establishment of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on 23 June 1894 in Sorbon, Paris, where Pierre de Coubertin revives the Olympic Games. The day aims to promote sports and spreads the message of making the game an integral part of life.
The Tokyo Olympics will start on July 23 and will continue till August 8 this year. The event was scheduled to be held last year, but was postponed due to the Covid-19 epidemic.