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Megan Gifford has been through too much to let a global pandemic derail her dreams.
The IOC expects to bear costs of up to $1.3 billion for its part in the organisation of the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics, now due to be staged next year.
Athletes who'd been preparing for three years to compete in the now postponed Tokyo Summer Olympic Games are now having to decide whether or not they will pursue their dream. For many because of age… Audio
The New Zealand triathlete Hayden Wilde believes he'll be better off with another year under his belt before the Tokyo Olympics.
David Nyika would love to have the swagger of Israel Adesanya, but his main focus is fighting for gold next year in Tokyo. Video
New Zealand surfer Billy Stairmand was one of the few Olympic athletes that didn't mind self-isolating while the country was in lockdown.
The global leader of women's rugby will not budge on the timing of the 2021 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand despite concerns about how close the event is to the Tokyo Olympics.
New Zealand Olympic Committee CEO Kereyn Smith is pleased dates for the Tokyo Olympic Games have been confirmed.
The decision has been made - Tokyo 2020 Olympics are postponed until 2021 - but deciding who will pay the bill for postponing is a whole other issue.
The head of the global Olympic movement says the rescheduled Tokyo Games faced "thousands" of logistical and financial problems and could go ahead before summer 2021.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games have been postponed until next year because of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
The International Olympic Committee has decided to postpone the Tokyo 2020 Games because of the coronavirus pandemic, IOC member Dick Pound has told USA Today
Tokyo 2020 organizers have started drafting possible alternatives to holding the Olympics in July and August, in contrast to the Japanese government's stance that postponement is not an option. Audio
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach has defended pressing on with plans to stage the Tokyo Olympics despite the coronavirus pandemic.
An Olympic torch event in Japan drew hundreds of spectators on the day of the flame's arrival.
Japan's deputy prime minister questions if Olympic "curse" will strike again in 2020.
The IOC does not plan any "drastic" decisions about the Tokyo 2020 Games, saying it remains fully committed to the event being staged in four months' time.
The Olympic torch relay is under way after the flame was lit by the rays of the sun in ancient Olympia in a scaled-down ceremony overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The New Zealand Olympic Committee isn't letting speculation around the coronavirus and this year's Games get in the way of further additions to the Kiwi team.
Canoe slalom athletes Luuka Jones and… Audio
SBW could be headed for surgery