(ATR) The IOC Coordination Commission for Tokyo 2020 completed its latest visit to the Japanese capital this week. With a little over two years to go until the opening ceremony, Tokyo 2020 organizers appear to be in good shape in terms of venues and infrastructure amid ongoing efforts to lower the cost of holding the Summer Games.
Around the Rings
correspondent Aaron Bauer was in Tokyo this week for the CoComm visit. As part of their discussion in the latest edition of ATRadio, he and ATR
Editor Ed Hula explore the differences between where Tokyo stands two years out as compared to Rio de Janeiro in 2014, two years before the Brazilian city hosted the Games.
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