The Olympic Cauldron has been lit! 🔥 @naomiosaka does the honours as the curtain rises on #Tokyo2020. #OpeningCeremony | #StrongerTogether pic.twitter.com/6bYlwnMDfh
The Olympic Flag is carried into the stadium by six athletes who have given their time and talent to serve as essential workers in their local communities. Thank you. 🙏 #StrongerTogether #OpeningCeremony pic.twitter.com/DVPFptksXU
“Go to hell, IOC,” “go to hell, Olympics” with 30 minutes to go until the opening ceremony pic.twitter.com/A4SmV3s9JF
The #Olympics cauldron for #Tokyo2020 has been lit! #OpeningCeremony 🔥 #UnitedByEmotion | #StrongerTogether pic.twitter.com/7ucEIqmMYE
When is Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony?
When does the opening ceremony start? The Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony takes place at Friday, July 23 at 7 a.m. EDT (4 a.m. PDT). CNETHow to rewatch the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony
How long is the Olympic opening ceremony?
The celebration of the start of the games is expected to last about four hours, running from 7 a.m. ET to 11 a.m. ET. NBC and Olympics organizers have kept other details of the opening ceremony under wraps, including how many members of each nation's delegation will be allowed to march. Sporting NewsOlympics opening ceremony updates, highlights, best moments to start 2021 Tokyo Games
Who sang imagine at Tokyo Olympics?
TOKYO — Moments before Japan's Emperor Naruhito opened the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, singers from all over the world became one voice imagining world peace. Singers like John Legend sang John Lennon's “Imagine” before doves were released as a symbol of peace, The Washington Post reported. KIRO SeattleTokyo Olympics: International singers perform John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’
What time does the Summer Olympics start?
The 2020 Summer Olympics are here The ceremony marks the formal beginning of the Games, which will last from July 23 through August 8.Starting at 7 a.m. The opening ceremony will be the first taste of the massive time difference for Americans planning to follow action at the Games as it is unfolding in Tokyo. CBSSports.comOpening ceremony 2021 Olympics: Naomi Osaka lights torch as Games get started in Tokyo
Due to the pandemic, the opening ceremony took place Friday before a practically empty stadium. But the host country Japan still put on a dazzling show.
By Pia Peterson
Posted on July 23, 2021, at 10:29 a.m. ET
Despite the largely empty stands and curious choreography (which, to be fair, happens every year — remember the UK's beds on wheels in 2012?), the athletes looked happy to be representing their countries at long last.
A general view of the Olympic rings outside during the opening ceremony for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Summer Games.
People sit in the near-empty stadium before the opening ceremony.
Angola's flag-bearer Natalia Santos leads the delegation during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games opening ceremony's parade of athletes.
Dancers perform during the opening ceremony.
A dancer performs during the opening ceremony.
A performer on a bike during the opening ceremony
Performers dance during the opening ceremony.
A performer on a treadmill at the opening ceremony.
Lanterns are displayed during the opening ceremony.
Eritrea's delegation parade during the opening ceremony.
Athletes from Team Iraq are seen during the opening ceremony.
Athletes from Team Italy during the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games opening ceremony
Members of Kenya's delegation pose for a photo during the opening ceremony.
An athlete from Cameroon during the athletes' parade at the opening ceremony.
Athletes march in during the opening ceremony.
Recording artist Misia performer the Japanese national anthem as the Japanese flag is raised during the opening ceremony.
IOC president Thomas Bach and Japanese Emperor Naruhito are introduced.
A general view inside the stadium before the opening ceremony
Naomi Osaka of Japan holds the Olympic torch during the opening ceremony.
The Olympic cauldron is lit by Naomi Osaka during the opening ceremony.
A general view outside the stadium as fireworks are set off during the opening ceremony
Fireworks are lit over the stadium.
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