When is the Tokyo 2020 Olympics taking place? The Tokyo 2020 Olympics is taking take place between 23rd July, 2021 and 8th August 2021, although some preliminary events began on 21st July, 2021.
Where is the Tokyo 2020 Olympics taking place? While the vast majority of Olympic action will naturally take place in Tokyo or the surrounding areas, the likes of Yokohama, Saitama, Sendai, Kashima and Sapporo are also hosting events.
Where can I get tickets for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics? Many events at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are be taking place without spectators, but not all. For full information, your best bet is to head here for the latest information.
Where can I stream the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the UK? Unlike in previous Olympic Games, the Beeb can only show two live events at any one time, which are viewable on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website & app. Eurosport subscribers can stream the action on Eurosport Player, while the biggest offering is available for subscribers of discovery+, the new player in town. For those not inclined, the BBC have a highlights programme at 19:30 every evening.
What time is the Women’s Triple Jump taking place? 12:20 on Sunday 1st August (UK time)
Where is the Women’s Triple Jump taking place? Olympic Stadium
Who is the reigning Olympic champion in the Women’s Triple Jump? Caterine Ibarguen of Colombia
Who is the current world record holder of the Women’s Triple Jump? Inessa Kravets of Ukraine with a jump of 15.50 metres
WHO ARE THE LEADING MEDAL CONTENDERS?
2016’s silver medal winner Yulimar Rojas is comfortably the heavy favourite to go one step better this year and take the gold medal for Venezuela. It is difficult to outline any more of the leading contenders to take the gold medal because Rojas’ form is exceptional. A season’s best of 15.43 metres is also her personal bet and just short of the world record with her ranking as the number 1 in the world being emboldened with every event she jumps at.
The reigning Olympic champion Caterine Ibarguen will be in medal contention alongside Shanieka Ricketts of Jamaica. Those two are expected to be competing for silver and bronze, though.
This is going to be a short one because it is expected to be a foregone conclusion. Yuilmar Rojas qualification jump of 14.77 metres was the biggest and she has won the 2019 Pan American Games as well as the 2017 and 2019 World Athletics Championships in Doha and London respectively. She should win this one, too.
TSZ Tip: Yulimar Rojas (Venezuela) to win