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It's the second day of Olympic competition in Tokyo. Here's what you should know

July 22, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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The Olympics formally kick off Friday night in Tokyo with the opening ceremony, but competition at the pandemic-delayed Summer Games is already underway.

The Olympics formally kick off Friday night in Tokyo with the opening ceremony, but competition at the pandemic-delayed Summer Games is already underway.

Several athletes have seen their dreams dashed after testing positive either in their home countries or upon arrival in Japan.

With a little more than 24 hours to go until the opening ceremony, organizers continue to exude confidence the Olympics can be held successfully with the safety measures in place.

Organizers said only 950 VIPs will attend the opening ceremony, held in a stadium with 68,000 seats.

Japan's top Olympic official did not rule out a last-minute cancellation, but things appear to be going ahead as planned.

Activist athletes: Five women's football teams protested against racism ahead of their opening matches: Great Britain, Chile, the United States, Sweden and New Zealand.

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