Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 : Tokyo 2020 OCOG proposal on new sports : Olympic Programme Commission report / International Olympic Committee

Comité international olympique

Edited by International Olympic Committee. Lausanne - 2016

Following the unanimous approval of Olympic Agenda 2020 in December 2014, a new opportunity arose for Organising Committees for the Olympic Games (OCOGs) to propose additional events in new sports to be added for their edition of the Olympic Games. This has been reflected in Rule 45 of the Olympic Charter concerning the Programme of the Olympic Games. The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee is the first to have the chance to exercise this opportunity. On 28 September 2015, it submitted a proposal to the IOC for 18 events in 5 sports to be added to the programme of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo. This report is divided into six sections: “The process – a two-year journey”: this section summarises the comprehensive process adopted by the IOC and Tokyo 2020 in approaching the newly created OCOG proposal. “The five sports – a balanced package: this section looks at the five sports as part of the balanced package proposed by Tokyo 2020. “Value proposition – aligned visions”: this section looks at the added value to Tokyo 2020 and the Olympic Movement from the inclusion of the five sports. “Iconic locations – a fresh approach” : this section looks at the iconic locations that could potentially host the five proposed sports. “Feedback – strong support”: this section gathers feedback from different stakeholders on the five sports proposed by Tokyo 2020. “Observation reports”: this section includes reports by Olympic Programme Commission members on events they observed for each sport.

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