Tokyo 2020 Playbooks

  • 17/08/2021
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The Playbooks are the core of our collective tactical plan to ensure that all Olympic & Paralympic Games participants and the people of Tokyo and Japan are risk-free and healthy this summertime.

They lay out the duties of all Games individuals and the policies that need to be complied with beginning 14 days before travelling and entrance to Japan, throughout the Games, and leaving. Every person plays an essential role in ensuring that these Games are secure and prosperous for all, and also, we urge you to lead by example, adhering to these rules in your daily tasks.

The Playbooks have been developed collectively by the International Olympic Committee, the International Paralympic Committee, and the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee. They are based upon the big job of the All Partners Task Force, which also consists of the Government of Japan, World Health Organization, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, independent specialists and organizations from throughout the globe. As well, we will undoubtedly continue to interact, upgrading the Playbooks in April 2021, when more information is available.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC), International Paralympic Committee (IPC), Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee (Tokyo 2020), the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) and the Government of Japan remain to work tirelessly along with the world’s leading experts in health and wellness and also sporting activity occasion delivery to settle as well as put in position the necessary COVID-19 countermeasures that will undoubtedly make it possible for the Games to occur safely.

The ‘safety initially’ guidelines exist to shield you, all Games individuals, and the people of Tokyo and Japan.

But the success of the Games relies on every single among us taking obligation for complying with the Playbook in any way times– beginning currently.

See to it you read this Playbook thoroughly and also recognize exactly how it puts on you– including screening testing, constraints on where you can go, which you should hang around with, hygiene, mask putting on as well as physical distancing measures.

We know that getting over the continued difficulties will certainly need flexibility and dedication to comply with the procedures laid out in the Playbook. We wish to thank you genuinely for your strength and uniformity as you remain to live the values of Respect, relationship, and excellence. #StrongerTogether we will experience Games like nothing else.

Kirsty Coventry

Chair of the IOC Athletes’ Commission as well as Member of the Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020

Robin Mitchell

Acting President of the Association of National Olympic Committees as well as Member of the Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020

The International Olympic Committee released the last version of its Playbook with just over one month to visit the Olympic Games and two months until the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. Qualification is about an end; the initial professional athletes have already shown up for pre-Games training, preparing for the competitors that note the pinnacle of their career.

Tokyo 2020 Offical Playbooks

The Playbook – Athletes as well as Officials

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The Playbook – Press

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The Playbook – Broadcasters

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The Playbook – Marketing Partners

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The Playbook – International Federations

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The Playbook – Workforce

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The Playbook – Olympic and also Paralympic Family

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Tokyo 2020 playbook threatens incompetency for upsetting athletes.

If found to be breaching COVID-19 regulations throughout the Games, professional athletes competing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games might encounter expulsion from the rescheduled occasion.

According to the third version of the Olympic Playbook, released on 15 June by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee (TOC), there could be financial assents for professional athletes that breach the guidelines layout in the magazine.

” There may be effects imposed upon you in the event of a violation of these guidelines or measures, such as undergoing rigorous management actions consisting of treatments for revocation of your authorization of stay in Japan,” the Playbook outlined.

The third edition of the Playbook also mentioned that professional athletes would certainly be evaluated for the coronavirus daily and send saliva samples at either 9 am or 6 pm intervals via intermediary officers of the nationwide Olympic boards.

” We anticipate you to play by the policies. However, if you don’t, there will be sanctions that could be coming to your method,” claimed Pierre Ducrey, Olympic Games Operations Director at the IOC, at a virtual news conference.

The Olympic playbooks are released as a guide to stakeholders, recommending those checking out Japan concerning exactly how to stay safe during their journey, detailing the steps required to stop the spread of the virus, with public resistance rising against the upcoming Games.

Earlier versions of the playbooks launched in February and upgraded later in April prohibited athletes from vocal singing or chanting and encouraged them to wear masks at all times.

” The playbooks are the outcome of over a year’s close partnership with leading scientific specialists and organizations, sporting activities organizations and also our companions in Japan,” included IOC Olympic Games Executive Director Christophe Dubi. “Now everyone understands the guidelines. The actions laid out in the playbooks must be respected to make the Games safe and also safe for all Games participants, and the people of Japan.”

Last month, the TOC reiterated that no board members sustain the cancellation of the upcoming Olympic Games, regardless of public opposition.

Japan is presently struggling to include the coronavirus as the Indian version remains to spread across the nation, with the Games readied to begin on 23 July.

 

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