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Wrestling schedule for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics

This July, the Summer Olympic Games were hosted in Japan. The games will be celebrating their opening on Friday evening at National Stadium in Tokyo. There are 33 separate sporting events and 339 medals to win this month.

Tokyo 2020 | Wrestling: Competition schedule

Date and time: WSCR 1 August 5:00 – 7:00

  • 60 kg Greco-Roman wreΡ„stling. Men, 1/8 finals
  • 76 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, 1/8 finals
  • 130 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, 1/8 finals
  • 60 kg Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, 1/4 final
  • 76 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, 1/4 final
  • 130 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, 1/4 final

Date and time: WSKR 1 August 12:15-13:15 p.m.

  1. 60 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, semifinals
  2. 130 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, semifinals
  3. 76 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, semifinals

Date and time: Mon 2 Aug. 5:00 – 7:30 am.

  • 60 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, repechage bout
  • 76 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, repechage bouts
  • 130 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, consolation bouts
  • Greco-Roman wrestling, -77 kg. Men, 1/8 finals
  • 68 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, 1/8 finals
  • 97 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, 1/8 finals
  • Greco-Roman wrestling, -77 kg. Men, 1/4 final
  • 68 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, 1/4 final
  • 97 kg Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, 1/4 final

Date and time: Mon, Aug. 2 12:15-16:00

  • 77 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, semifinals
  • 97 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, semifinals
  • 68 kg freestyle wrestling. Women, semifinals.
  • πŸ₯‰60 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, bronze medal bouts
  • πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ60 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, final
  • πŸ₯‰130 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, bronze medal bouts
  • πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ-130 kg Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, final
  • 60 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, awarding ceremony.
  • πŸ₯‰76 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, bronze medal bouts
  • πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ76 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, final
  • 130 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, awarding ceremony.
  • 76 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, awarding ceremony.

Date and time: Tue, 3 August 5:00-7:30 pm.

  • 77 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, repechage bout
  • 68 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, repechage bouts
  • 97 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, consolation bouts
  • Greco-Roman wrestling, -67 kg. Men, 1/8 finals
  • 62 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, 1/8 finals
  • Greco-Roman wrestling, 87 kg. Men, 1/8 finals
  • Greco-Roman wrestling, -67 kg. Men, 1/4 final
  • 62 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, 1/4 final
  • Greco-Roman wrestling, 87 kg. Men, 1/4 finals

Date and time: Tue, 3 August 12:15-16:00 p.m.

  • 67 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, semifinals
  • 87 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, semifinals
  • 62 kg freestyle wrestling. Women, semifinals.
  • πŸ₯‰77 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, bronze medal bouts
  • πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ77 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, final
  • πŸ₯‰97 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, bronze medal bouts
  • πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ97 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, final
  • 77 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, awarding ceremony.
  • πŸ₯‰68 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, bronze medal bouts
  • πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ68 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, final
  • 97 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, awarding ceremony.
  • 68 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, awarding ceremony.

Date and time: Wednesday, 4 August 12:15-16:00 p.m.

  1. 57 kg, freestyle wrestling. Men, semifinals
  2. 86 kg, freestyle wrestling. Men, semifinals
  3. 57 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, semifinals
  4. πŸ₯‰67 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, bronze medal bouts
  5. πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ67 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, final
  6. πŸ₯‰87 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, bronze medal bouts
  7. πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ87 kg Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, final
  8. 67 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, awarding ceremony.
  9. πŸ₯‰62 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, bronze medal bouts
  10. πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ62 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, final
  11. 87 kg, Greco-Roman wrestling. Men, awarding ceremony.
  12. 62 kg, freestyle wrestling. Women, awarding ceremony.

People from Tokyo will have the opening ceremony. There is a theme. It is “Emotions United.” They are hoping that people from all over the world will like it and play sports, even though there is a disease called COVID-19. The people will not be at the ceremony because of this disease, but they are going to do performances which show how Japanese culture has changed by using modern things.

The number of Olympic athletes participating in the games is more than 10,000 from 206 countries. The parade of participants on Wednesday night at the National Stadium was limited and only consisted of 64 delegations out of a possible 206 teams.

The 2018 Asian Games will feature 339 medal events with the games starting on July 24. South Koreans will be competing in archery, fencing, shooting and taekwondo during a preliminary set of badminton, boxing, gymnastics and swimming that begins the same day.

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