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Athletes and others holding accreditation to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (the Olympic Games) are encouraged to share their experiences with their friends, family and supporters via social and digital media and to preserve the memories of their attendance at the Olympic Games. Please note that whilst these Guidelines refer to athletes, they also apply to all others holding Olympic Games accreditation, except where stated otherwise. 

Olympic Games Content 

Athletes can take photographs and record audio/video (using non-professional equipment) content of the Olympic Games (Olympic Games Content). Athletes can share Olympic Games Content on their personal social/digital media accounts or website, except for Olympic Games Content containing audio/video of the Field of Play1 or Back of House2 areas. 

Olympic Values and Olympic Charter 

When capturing or sharing Olympic Games Content, or otherwise engaging through social and digital media during or in connection with the Olympic Games, athletes must comply with the Olympic values, the Olympic Charter, the IOC’s Code of Ethics, the Athletes’ Rights and Responsibilities Declaration and Rule 50 Guidelines Developed by the IOC Athletes’ Commission. In particular, this means that athletes must: 

• respect each individual or organisation’s honour, integrity, reputation, privacy or private information and rights, including intellectual property rights 

• respect the integrity and operations, including security measures, of the Olympic Games 

• ensure content is free of hate, prejudice, racism, religious and political propaganda, division or discrimination 

• not share or publish Olympic Games Content on social/digital media accounts or websites of others 

• not act as journalists, reporters or in any other related media capacity while they are at the Olympic Games, including by acting on behalf of any media organisation. 

Personal Use Only 

Athletes may capture and share content for personal purposes only and not for commercial or promotional purposes (other than, as set out in the IOC’s “Commercial Opportunities for Participants” document, for example in connection with official Olympic Partners). In particular, Olympic Games Content should not be included in any “thank you” messages from athletes to their personal non-Olympic sponsors or shared or published on social/digital media accounts or websites of others. 

Compliance 

In case of non-respect of these Guidelines, the terms of their accreditation, any additional guidelines from their respective National Olympic Committee and any applicable laws or regulations, the relevant person will be required to remove the Olympic Games Content from their account or site immediately upon request. Depending on the circumstances, further measures or actions may be taken by the IOC or (if applicable) the relevant National Olympic Committee. 

 


1 Field of Play” means the area used for a sporting competition or ceremony (including the opening and closing ceremonies) plus the immediate surrounding areas, usually separated from the spectators by a clear boundary. The design and specifications of each differ from one sport to another. Also referred to as the slope, rink, sheet, track, court, field, piste, ring, etc. 

2 Back of House” means non-public areas, within and/or surrounding a venue located after the accreditation point and generally those areas of the venue designed to support the operation. Typically located out of view of the public, access to the Back of House areas is restricted to those individuals with the appropriate accreditation. Back of House areas include Organising Committee operational areas; Athlete and Coach only areas; Host Broadcaster operational facilities and compounds; administration offices; etc. For clarity, Back of House does not include spectators’ areas reserved for accredited persons or the Olympic Village permitted areas.

 

 

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THE OLYMPIC GAMES TOKYO 2020 WILL BE CELEBRATED FROM 23 JULY TO 8 AUGUST 2021.

THE PARALYMPIC GAMES, WHICH WILL BE CELEBRATED FROM 24 AUGUST UNTIL 5 SEPTEMBER 2021.

 

"The Bermuda Olympic Association is reminding the public that if you are travelling to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games to support our athletes, please make sure to check early what visas/ travel documents you might need, along with your passport, for entrance into Tokyo".

 

Traveling to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games all the information you need for tickets and hotels for the Games are below.

Cartan Travel Package English-Brochure.pdf

Cartan Travel Package English-Price-List.pdf

Cartan-Ticketing-Guide-Tokyo-2020

Olympic Venues and Tokyo Railway

Tokyo 2020 - REVISED Session Competition Schedule

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IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT REMAINING
TOKYO 2020 TICKET AVAILABILITY

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TECHNICAL HANDBOOK FOR THE ANOC WORLD BEACH GAMES SAN DIEGO 2019

 ANOC Games

The first recorded Olympic Games were held in 776 BC. The IOC, headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, sets and enforces Olympic policy. The site of the games is chosen, usually at least six years in advance. The modern summer olympic games have been held in the following places:

Summer Olympic Games

Year
Location
1896 Athens, Greece
1900 Paris, France
1904 St. Louis, Missouri, USA
1906 Athens, Greece (unofficial)
1908 London, England
1912 Stockholm, Sweeden
1916 Not Held
1920 Antwerp, Belgium
1924 Paris, France
1928 Amsterdam, Netherlands
1932 Los Angeles, California, USA
1936 Berlin, Germany
1940 Not Held
1944 Not Held
1948 London, England
1952 Helsinki, Finland
1956 Melbourne, Australia
1960 Rome, Italy
1964 Tokyo, Japan
1968 Mexico City, Mexico
1972 Munich, Germany
1976 Montreal, Canada
1980 Moscow Russia
1984 Los Angeles, California, USA
1988 Seoul, South Korea
1992 Barcelona, Spain
1996 Atlanta, Georgia, USA
2000 Sydney, Australia
2004 Athens, Greece
2008 Bejiing, China
2012 London, England
2016 Rio de Janerio, Brazil

Winter Olympic Games

Year
Location
1924 Chamonix, France
1928 St. Mortiz, Switzerland
1932 Lake Placid, New York, USA
1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
1940 Not Held
1944 Not Held
1948 St. Mortiz, Switzerland
1952 Oslo, Norway
1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
1960 Squaw Valley, California, USA
1964 Innsbruck, Austria
1968 Grenoble, France
1972 Sapporo, Japan
1976 Innsbruck, Austria
1980 Lake Placid, New York, USA
1984 Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
1988 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
1992 Albertville, France
1996 Lillehammer, Norway
1998 Nagano, Japan
2002 Salt Lake City, Utah USA
2006 Turin, Italy
2010 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
2014 Sochi, Russia
2018 Pyeonchang, South Korea

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