Tokyo 2020; New venue photos and renders (February 2019 – part 2/2)

Sea Forest Waterway

Sea Forest Waterway (Games Time): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

 

Tokyo Aquatics Centre

Tokyo Aquatics Centre (sub-pool, Games Time): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Tokyo Aquatics Centre (main-pool, South, Games Time): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Tokyo Aquatics Centre (main-pool, North, Games Time): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Tokyo Aquatics Centre (outside, SW, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Tokyo Aquatics Centre (outside, SW, Games Time): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Tokyo Aquatics Centre (full, SE, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Tokyo Aquatics Centre (full, SE, Games Time): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

 

Yumenoshima Park Archery Field

Yumenoshima Park Archery Field (full, West, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Yumenoshima Park Archery Field (roof, NW, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

Tokyo 2020; New venue photos and renders (February 2019 – part 1/2)

Ariake Arena

Ariake Arena (concourse, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Ariake Arena (main, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Ariake Arena (outside, SE, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Ariake Arena (full, NE, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

 

Ariake Tennis Park

Ariake Tennis Park (indoor, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Ariake Tennis Park (club house, SE, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Ariake Tennis Park (showcourt, SW, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Ariake Tennis Park (full, South, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

 

Oi Hockey Stadium

Oi Hockey Stadium (main, SW, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Oi Hockey Stadium (main, NE, After the Games): Tokyo Metropolitan Government / Jan. 2019. Courtesy of Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

Tokyo 2020; Construction update (February 2019)

Venue Olympic sports Completed Scheduled completion date
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza Badminton, Modern Pentathlon (fencing) 100% March 2017
Yumenoshima Park Archery Field Archery 90% May 2019
Sea Forest Waterway Rowing and Canoe Sprint 77% May 2019
Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre Canoe Slalom 74% December 2019
Olympic Village 73% (residential) / 18% (commercial) December 2019
Ariake Gymnastics Centre Gymnastics 62% October 2019
Olympic Stadium Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Athletics, Football > 60% November 2019
Tokyo Aquatics Centre Swimming, Diving and Artistic Swimming 55% February 2020
Ariake Arena Volleyball 51% December 2019
Oi Hockey Stadium Hockey 48% June 2019

Data via Tokyo2020 and Tristan Lavier (Tokyo2020 International Communications Manager) on Twitter. More info and photos here.

 

YOG – Lausanne 2020; Photos Construction Youth Olympic Village (November 2018)

Photo: Martijn Giebels

You can read more about the design of the Youth Olympic Village on this page.

 

Location

 

Photos

Photo: Martijn Giebels

 

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Tokyo 2020; Construction update Ariake Gymnastics Centre (November 2018)

Ariake Gymnastics Centre – Facts & Figures

  • Capacity; 12.000 seats
  • Sports
    • Olympics Games: Gymnastics
    • Paralympic Games: Boccia
  • Head Architect; Hidemichi Takahashi
  • Estimated costs; 20.5 million Yen
  • Legacy; Convention Centre (2020-2030)
  • Dimensions overall roof;
    • Width; 90m
    • Length; 120mm
    • The roof consists of 5 sections
  • Second section (raised into place last week)
    • Width; 70m
    • Length; 15m
    • Weight; 200tons
  • Material roof: local larch (2.300 cubic meters)

 

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