Tokyo Olympics 2021 : The Tokyo Olympics is starting on 23 July. It will end on August 8. Meanwhile, there is news that six-time world champion boxer Mary Kom and men’s hockey team captain Manpreet Singh will be the country’s flag bearers in the opening ceremony from India.
On Monday, the IOA has given information about Mary Kom and Manpreet Singh being the flag bearers from India’s side. Apart from these two, wrestler Bajrang Punia has been chosen as the flag bearer of the Indian team for the finale.
10,000 spectators will be able to be present in the stadium
Now almost a month is left for the start of Tokyo Olympics. The Olympic Games will be organized from July 23. Before its launch, the organizers had made a big announcement regarding the presence of spectators during the games. In fact, Japan’s organizers have allowed 50 percent of the stadium’s capacity to come to the venue during the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games, setting an audience limit on all venues.
However, the organizers have made it clear that a maximum of 10,000 spectators will be allowed to come to the stadium at any venue. According to the statement of the organizers, ‘The spectator limit at the Olympic Games will be 50 percent of the capacity of the venue, with a maximum of 10,000 people going to the stadium to see it.’
Tokyo Olympics was canceled last year due to Corona
For your information, let us tell you that the Tokyo Olympics was canceled last year due to the Corona epidemic. This year too, due to the increasing cases of Corona, questions were being raised on the conduct of the Olympic Games. But after this it was decided to hold these games from 23rd July.