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Japan Tokyo 2020 Olympics

By: Eugene Hoshiko, Associated Press
April 21, 2017
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photo - In this Thursday, April 20, 2017 photo, Andrew Baker, Games Director of the Canadian Olympic Committee, speaks at Odaiba Seaside Park, the venue of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games, during an interview with The Associated Press in Tokyo. With just over three years to go, National Olympic Committees are already visiting Tokyo to survey the city's Olympic plans and ensure their athletes will compete under the best possible conditions at the 2020 Games. "There is a high level of confidence in what Tokyo 2020 will deliver," said Baker. "You expect a high level of organization and I would say from what we've seen with the planning so far they are living up to that reputation." (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
In this Thursday, April 20, 2017 photo, Andrew Baker, Games Director of the Canadian Olympic Committee, speaks at Odaiba Seaside Park, the venue of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games, during an interview with The Associated Press in Tokyo. With just over three years to go, National Olympic Committees are already visiting Tokyo to survey the city's Olympic plans and ensure their athletes will compete under the best possible conditions at the 2020 Games. "There is a high level of confidence in what Tokyo 2020 will deliver," said Baker. "You expect a high level of organization and I would say from what we've seen with the planning so far they are living up to that reputation." (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko) 
In this Thursday, April 20, 2017 photo, Andrew Baker, Games Director of the Canadian Olympic Committee, speaks at Odaiba Seaside Park, the venue of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games, during an interview with The Associated Press in Tokyo.
With just over three years to go, National Olympic Committees are already visiting Tokyo to survey the city's Olympic plans and ensure their athletes will compete under the best possible conditions at the 2020 Games. "There is a high level of confidence in what Tokyo 2020 will deliver," said Baker. "You expect a high level of organization and I would say from what we've seen with the planning so far they are living up to that reputation." (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
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