• The best Olympic outfits from the Opening Ceremony

    1 month ago - By Sydney Morning Herald

    From pink shorts to flamboyant gowns, enjoy this collection of outfits paraded by the national teams in Tokyo.
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  • The Olympic Parade of Nations Follows the Japanese Alphabet - Here's When Teams Arrive

    The Olympic Parade of Nations Follows the Japanese Alphabet - Here's When Teams Arrive

    1 month ago - By PopSugar

    The Tokyo Olympics are officially underway! While the opening ceremony has already taken place - Japan is 13 hours ahead of the East Coast of the United States - the festivities will be aired again in primetime this evening, starting at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC. Those just tuning in will be treated to a Parade of Nations consisting of 205 teams, as they promenade through Tokyo's Olympic Stadium behind their country's flag.
    This year's Parade of Nations follows the traditional procession order , with Greece leading the pack and most of the other countries arriving in alphabetical order...
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  • See Pics From the 2021 Olympics Opening Ceremony Including Shirtless Flag Bearers and 1,824 Drones

    See Pics From the 2021 Olympics Opening Ceremony Including Shirtless Flag Bearers and 1,824 Drones

    1 month ago - By PopSugar

    The Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony may have been in a mostly empty stadium, but the energy and excitement was still high. In case you missed the real-time broadcast , Friday at 8 p.m. Tokyo-time, here are the most powerful moments to remember including basketball player Sue Bird being one of Team USA's flag bearers , and tennis champion Naomi Osaka lighting the Olympic Cauldron. Keep reading to live these special Olympic Ceremony moments.
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