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  1. Sapporo Dome

     

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    Sports:

    • Football

     

    Zone : Football Cities

    • Capacity: 42.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Sapporo Dome is a multi-purpose stadium built in 2001 as one of the venues for the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Located in the Olympic city of Sapporo on the Hokaido island 830km north of Tokyo.

     

    Primarily the arena is used for Baseball, but also for Football. The venue was also the place of the Opening ceremony of 2017 Asian Winter Games, this time will host in total 10 matches of the Football tournaments, only preliminary round games.

     

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  2. Saitama Stadium

     

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    Sports:

    • Football (M Bronze Medal Match)

     

    Zone : Football Cities

    • Capacity: 62.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Saitama Stadium (known also as Saitama Stadium 2002) is a Football stadium in the city of Saitama, 25km from Tokyo. Opened in 2001 as one of the venues for the 2002 FIFA World Cup, It is the home stadium of the Urawa Red Diamonds.

     

    During the Tokyo Olympics the stadium will serve as home of Football matches, including quarterfinals, one mens tournament semifinal and the Bronze medal match of the Mens tournament.

     

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  3. Kashima Stadium

     

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    Sports:

    • Football (W Bronze Medal Match)

     

    Zone : Football Cities

    • Capacity: 40.730
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Kashima Stadium (known also as Ibaraki Stadium) is a Football stadium in the city of Kashima, in Ibaraki prefecture, 85km from Tokyo. It is the home stadium of the local football club Kashima Antlers. The stadium has a capacity of 40,728 spectators.

     

    During the Tokyo Olympics the stadium will serve as home of Football matches, including quarterfinals, 2 semifinals and the Bronze medal match of the Womens tournament.

     

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  4. Yokohama Stadium

     

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    Sports:

    • Baseball
    • Softball

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 30.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Yokohama Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium opened in 1978 and is located in the city of Yokohama 27km south of Tokyo. The venue hosted several concerts and other cultural events, and many sport events as well. Primarily the stadium is used for Baseball, but hosted also some matches of Australian rules football.

     

    During the Olympics in Tokyo 2020 the stadium will be the main venue of Baseball and Softball return to the Olympics including all medal matches.

     

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  5. Tsurigasaki Beach

     

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    Sports:

    • Surfing

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 6.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Sport of Surfing will experience during the Olympics in Tokyo 2020 its debut under the five rings, and the Tsurigasaki beach will serve as venue for this historic moment.

     

    The Tsurigasaki Beach is located in Ichinomiya town on Chiba Prefecture's Pacific coastline. 40km from Tokyo.

     

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  6. Tokyo City Stadium

     

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    Sports:

    • Football
    • Modern Pentathlon (Riding & Combined Event)
    • Rugby Sevens

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 50.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Tokyo City Stadium, called also Ajinomoto Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Tokyo opened in 2001. Often used as place of many cultural actions like concert of famous artists. The stadium is the home of several football clubs from the Japanese capital like FC Tokyo, but is mainly known as the Rugby Union Japanese National Team home stadium.

     

    For the Olympics, the stadium will host some opening round Football matches and will be the venue for the Rugby Sevens competition and the place of the final events of the Modern Pentathlon events as well.

     

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  7. Odori Park

     

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    Sports:

    • Athletics (Race Walk & Marathon)

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 17.300
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Odori Park in Sapporo, located on the Hokaido Island, is the farest venue of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.  831km north of Tokyo.

     

    Odori Park in Japanese "Large park" spans 1.5 km and covers 78,901 m² was originally designated as the main street but it eventually became a park and divide the City of Sapporo into north and south.

     

    Throughout the year, many events and ceremonies were held there, and this time for the Toyko Olympics has been selected to host the Race Walking and both Olympic Marathons.

     

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  8. Saitama Super Arena

     

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    Sports:

    • Basketball

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 21.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Saitama Super Arena is a indoor Sports Arena located in the cty of Saitama, 25km north of Tokyo. Opened in May 2000 as multi-purpose arena with its 35000 spectacular capacity is the 4th largest indoor arena in the world. For the Tokyo Olypics the capacity will be shortened to 21.000.

     

    Different major sport competitions has been staged here, like the Figure Skating World Championships, the arena is also the Only venue in Japan that ever hosted a NHL match between Nashville and Pittsburgh in 2000, just like some NBA practice games and Basketball World Championships matches will now serve for the Olympics as the home of Basketball Competions.

     

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  9. Masushino Forest Sports Plaza

     

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    Sports:

    • Badminton
    • Modern Pentathlon (Fencing)

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 10.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Masushino Forest Sports Plaza is a multi-sport indoor arena located in Chofu district of Tokyo. Opened in 2017 the venue includes swimming pool and gymnasium. However, for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, it will host all Badminton competitions and will be also the venue for the opening Modern Pentathlon events - Fencing.

     

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  10. Makuhari Messe

     

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    Sports:

    • Fencing
    • Taekwondo
    • Wrestling Freestyle
    • Wrestling Greco-Roman

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 8.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    Makuhari Messe is a convention center, located in the city of Chiba, Opened in October 1989, often host many High-Technology events, sport events or is a place of concerts of famous artists from all around the world.

     

    During the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the venue will serve as venue for all competitions of Fencing, Taekwondo and Wrestling, with the latter staged on the bigger hall with capacity of 8000 spectators, Fencing and TKD on the smaller hall for 6000 spectators.

     

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  11. Kasumigaseki Country Club

     

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    Sports:

    • Golf

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 30.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    34km North of Tokyo, the Kasumigaseki Country Club is a 18 hole Golf course located in the city of Kawagoe in Saitama. Opened in October 1929, the course is staged to host the Golf competitions at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

     

     

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  12. Izu Mountain Bike Course

     

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    Sports:

    • Mountain Bike Cycling

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 11.500
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Izu Mountain Bike Course is off-road course, located in Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, 91km Southern of Tokyo, measures 4,100m in length with elevations of up to 150m. Will serve as the venue for the Tokyo 2020 MTB Cycling competitions.

     

     

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  13. Fukushima Azuma Stadium

     

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    Sports:

    • Baseball
    • Softball

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 30.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Fukushima Azuma Baseball Stadium is a multi-purpose Stadium in Fukushima. It is currently used mostly for baseball matches. The stadium was originally opened in 1986 and has a capacity of 30.000 spectators.

     

    238km Southern of Tokyo, It will be the venue for the grand return of Baseball and Softball under the five rings, hosting the opening matches of both tournaments.

     

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  14. Fuji International Speedway

     

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    Sports:

    • Road Cycling

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 22.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Fuji International Speedway is a worldwidely famous motorsport race track located in the foothills of the Mt. Fuji. The track built in 1960 hosted several famous Motorsport competitions including F1.

     

    The site 136 km southern away of Tokyo, will serve as host venue for Road Cycling during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (Time Trial & Finish of Road Races)

     

    The Road races start is schedulled dirctly in Tokyo at the Musashinonomori Park.

     

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  15. Enoshima Harbor

     

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    Sports:

    • Sailing

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 10.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    Enoshima is a small 4km offshore island located as part of the main city Fujisawa, 50 km southern of Tokyo.

     

    It was the venue of Sailing events for Tokyo 1964 Olympics, Now Enoshima harbor will again serve as the Olympic venue for the sport of Sailing.

     

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  16. Camp Asaka Shooting Range

     

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    Sports:

    • Shooting

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 3.200
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Asaka Shooting Range is a shooting facility constructed on the Camp Asaka site for the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, and hosted all Shooting events of the games and the shooting part of the Modern Pentathlon competition as well. Now, for the 2020 Games It is staged to host again all shooting events of the Olympics.

     

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  17. Baji Koen

     

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    Sports:

    • Equestrian Dressage
    • Equestrian Jumping
    • Equestrian Eventing (Dressage & Jumping)

     

    Zone : Other Venues

    • Capacity: 9.300
    • Status: Completed

     

    The legendary Baji Koen Equstrian Park will host almost all Equestrian events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (Except the Eventing Cross-Country part).

     

    This 1964 Olympic legacy venue hosted the equestrian competitions at the Tokyo 1964 Games. The park currently serves as a main centre for the promotion of horse riding and equestrian competitions.

     

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  18. Yumenoshima Park

     

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    Sports:

    • Archery

     

    Zone : Tokyo Bay

    • Capacity: 7.000
    • Status: Under Construction

     

    The Yumenoshima Park Archery Field is set to be the venue for archery events in the 2020 Olympics. The qualification field was completed in February 2019. A test event for the Olympic archery events was held there in July 2019.

     

    Yumenoshima Park Archery Field has been constructed in the park area of the Dream Island site. Following the 2020 Games, the facility will house archery competitions and be used for a wide range of other activities.

     

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    Stage 17

    Wednesday - September 16th, 2020

    h. 12:30 (GMT +2)

     

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        Grenoble - Meribel (Col de la Loze) 

    170km - Mountains (Uphill Finish)

     

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  20. Stage 16

    Tuesday - September 15th, 2020

    h. 13:20 (GMT +2)

     

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        La Tour du Pin - Villard de Lans 

    164km - Mountains (Uphill Finish)

     

     

    STAGE CLASSIFICATION

     

     

    :GER  Lennard KAMNA
    4:12:52

     

    :ECU  Richard CARAPAZ
    +1:27

     

    :SUI  Sebastien REICHENBACH
    +1:56
     
    Complete Standing
     

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    GENERAL CLASSIFICATION
     
     
    :SLO  Primoz ROGLIC
    70:06:47

     

    :SLO  Tadej POGACAR
    +40

     

    :COL  Rigoberto URAN
    +1:34
     

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    POINTS CLASSIFICATION
     
     
    :IRL  Sam BENNETT
    269

     

    :SVK  Peter SAGAN
    224

     

    :ITA  Matteo TRENTIN
    212
     

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    CLIMBER CLASSIFICATION
     
     
    :FRA  Benoit COSNEFROY
    36

     

    :FRA  Pierre ROLLAND
    36
     
    :SLO  Tadej POGACAR
    34
     

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    YOUTH CLASSIFICATION
     
     
    :SLO  Tadej POGACAR
    70:07:27

     

    :ESP  Enric MAS
    +2:35

     

    :COL  Egan BERNAL
    +18:24
     
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    LAST KILOMETER REPLAY

     

     

    STAGE HIGHLIGHTS

     

  21. Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Centre

     

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    Sports:

    • Water Polo

     

    Zone : Tokyo Bay

    • Capacity: 3.635
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Centre is a swimming venue in Koto district of Tokyo. It hosted several Japanese swimming championships.

     

    Opened in 1993, will serve at the Tokyo 2020 as host of all Water Polo matches.

     

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  22. Tokyo Aquatics Centre

     

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    Sports:

    • Artistic Swimming
    • Diving
    • Swimming

     

    Zone : Tokyo Bay

    • Capacity: 15.000
    • Status: Completed

     

    The Tokyo Aquatics Centre is a indoor sports arena build for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and will host Swimming, Diving and Artistic Swimming competitions.

     

    Tokyo Aquatics Centre has been newly constructed in the Tatsumi-no-Mori Seaside Park. Following the 2020 Games, the venue will host domestic and international competitions.

     

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  23. Shiokaze Park

     

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    Sports:

    • Beach Volleyball

     

    Zone : Tokyo Bay

    • Capacity: 12.000
    • Status: Temporary

     

    Shiokaze Park affords exquisite views of Tokyo's iconic Rainbow Bridge and the beautiful Tokyo Bay. During the Tokyo 2020 Games, a temporary venue will be set up in the park for the beach volleyball events.

     

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