The IOC and Tokyo 2020 organisers are marking 365 days to the Opening Ceremony in Japan's capital.
One year from now, we hope to come together in Tokyo, Japan, to celebrate the Games of the 32nd Olympiad.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in 2021 are due to officially open on 23 July 2021 with the Opening Ceremony at Tokyo's new National Stadium. International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach has said the Games "can be a light at the end of this very dark tunnel that humankind is going through at the moment."
Artistic gymnastics 2017 floor exercise world champion Murakami Mai and triple Olympic gold medallist Uchimura Kohei took part on the Japanese account at 6 pm and 7 pm Tokyo time (0900 and 1000 UTC) respectively on Thursday.
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You can watch the following experiences on the Olympic YouTube Channel:
24 July: Opening Act with Colin Jackson, Pita Taufatofua and Tanni Grey-Thompson. 7 p.m. UTC/9 p.m. Madrid/noon LA
25 July: Overcoming hardship with Yusra Mardini. 5 p.m. UTC/7 p.m. Madrid/10 a.m. LA
Life lessons with Olympic gold medallist Allyson Felix. 11 p.m. UTC/1 a.m. 26 July Madrid/4 p.m. LA
Story time with Mary Wineberg. 1 a.m. UTC 26 July/3 a.m. 26 July Madrid/6 p.m. LA
26 July: Become resourceful with Pita Taufatofua. 9 a.m. UTC/11 a.m. Madrid/2 a.m. LA
Cycle the virtual globe with Jonny Brownlee. 3 p.m. UTC/5 p.m. Madrid/8 a.m. LA
27 July: Join a dinner party with Colin Jackson. 11 a.m. UTC/1 p.m. Madrid/4 a.m. LA
28 July: Train with Naomi Osaka. 11 p.m. UTC/1 a.m. 29 July Madrid/4 p.m. LA
29 July: Up your sneaker game with Rui Hachimura. 11:59 p.m. UTC/2 a.m. 30 July Madrid/5 p.m. LA
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