The clock ran out on the Olympics being held in 2020 because of the coronavirus – 479 days is now 439 until the opening in July 2021. Time is running out again. Photo: AP The clock ran out on the Olympics being held in 2020 because of the coronavirus – 479 days is now 439 until the opening in July 2021. Time is running out again. Photo: AP
The clock ran out on the Olympics being held in 2020 because of the coronavirus – 479 days is now 439 until the opening in July 2021. Time is running out again. Photo: AP
Jonathan White
Opinion

Opinion

Faster, Higher, Stronger by Jonathan White

Tokyo 2020: what are the chances of the Olympics happening next year? Pretty much zero

  • How can the Games possibly go ahead in 14 months with the worst still yet ahead for many countries? That hope is fanciful at best
  • With Japan extending its state of emergency until the end of May, how can it guarantee everyone’s safety? The whole thing is a minefield

The clock ran out on the Olympics being held in 2020 because of the coronavirus – 479 days is now 439 until the opening in July 2021. Time is running out again. Photo: AP The clock ran out on the Olympics being held in 2020 because of the coronavirus – 479 days is now 439 until the opening in July 2021. Time is running out again. Photo: AP
The clock ran out on the Olympics being held in 2020 because of the coronavirus – 479 days is now 439 until the opening in July 2021. Time is running out again. Photo: AP
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