Tokyo 2020 President Seiko Hashimoto has dismissed calls for a postponement of this summer’s Games as she promised they would “100 per cent” go ahead but possibly without spectators.

Hashimoto, according to the BBC, said: “I believe that the possibility of these Games going on is 100 per cent that we will do this.

“If an outbreak should happen during the Games times that amounts to a crisis or an emergency situation then I believe we must be prepared to have these Games without any spectators.”

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