Tokyo Olympics: Officials warn rescheduled games face grim reality of empty stadiums and no village

The CEO of the New Zealand Olympic Committee, Kereyn Smith has laid out the grim reality of what next year's rescheduled games could look like.

No fans, No Olympic village and quarantined transport may all be necessary for Tokyo 2021 to go ahead.

And with Thursday marking a year to go until the games begin, officials are anxious about how global developments in the coming months could yet have a major impact on the event. 

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