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Obligatory Olympics: Tokyo 2021 – Analysis

Eurasia Review Sunday, 13 June 2021
By Ambassador Gurjit Singh*

The Tokyo Olympics will start on 23 July and run through 8 August 2021, followed by the Paralympics (24 August – 5 September). The Games were delayed for a year, due to the Covid pandemic. The immaculate Japanese system suffered the ignominy of having to cede to the pandemic and postpone the...
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Ali Jawad, British Paralympic powerlifter, speaks to Becky Anderson about how he would feel competing in the Tokyo Olympics in such exceptional circumstances, and what’s been driving him to success.

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