Tokyo Olympics: ‘revolutionary’ technology promises to be a game-changer for fans at home, broadcasters say

Our Tokyo Trail series looks at key issues and athletes in the run-up to the 2020 Olympics, which are scheduled for late July. This is the second of three stories on the use of technology and innovation at the Games.Long before the world had ever heard the term “Covid-19”, plans were afoot to make the Tokyo Olympics one of the most visually immersive sporting events in history. The pandemic means it is now impossible for spectators from home or abroad to physically be alongside track, pitch or…

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