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2021 Tokyo Olympics
2021 Tokyo Olympic Games will start July 21 with preliminary events occurring two days before the opening ceremony on July 23.
The Olympic games will take place over 19 days of competition. There will be approximately 11,000 athletes to compete across 33 different sports and over 330 events.
The Australian Olympics team will consist of 488 competitors across 33 different sports. 305 of our athletes will be making their Olympics debut.
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2021 Tokyo Olympic Games FAQ
When are the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games on?Wednesday, July 21 with preliminary events occurring two days before the opening ceremony on Friday, July 23. The closing ceremony is on Sunday, August 8
What time is the opening ceremony on?The Tokyo Olympic games will be officially opened on Friday, July 23. The opening ceremony will go for 3 hours and start at 7pm (AWST), and run until around 10pm (AWST).
What is the time difference between Tokyo and Perth?Tokyo is one hour ahead of Perth, making it ideal viewing times for Australia.
How can you watch the Tokyo Olympics on TV?Channel Seven have the rights to the Olympics and will have coverage on TV as well as streaming via 7Plus.
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