Tokyo is trying to curtail big gatherings ahead of the Olympic Games.
Representatives from Seoul also said they hope the North will walk with the South under a joint flag during opening and closing ceremonies.
The committee broke protocol to award two cities at the same time.
What Olympic athletes also have in common, whether or not they win medals, is passion, desire, ambition, hunger, determination, confidence and grit. They're not afraid to dream big... Why, then, do so many of us limit ourselves, hold ourselves back, restrict ourselves to "modest" goals -- only to look back at our lives and wonder what might have been?
This isn't his first, uh, interesting encounter in Rio.
The U.S. need to beat 42.70 seconds to knock the Chinese out of the final.
There's something so inspiring watching the world's greatest athletes push the limits of physicality. Regardless of the sport in which they're competing, the key to most competitors' success goes well beyond the physical: it starts with their mindset, too. They think and act in a certain way before ever stepping onto a track, diving into a pool, or running onto a field.
Go Team Canada!
UNICEF Canada's #HighFiveIt campaign received significant support and encouragement from the Canadian Women's National Soccer Team. But today, the tables have turned. As many of the women settle in to compete in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil, UNICEF Canada and The 25th Team are now on the encouraging end.
The Olympic Games in Rio are about to open, and there is great cause for celebration. The Olympics were founded to foster harmony between nations and celebrate the achievements of individuals who devote their life to excellence in sports. However, the Olympics offer little cause for celebration on economic grounds.