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La Ejecutiva del Comité Olímpico Internacional (COI) aprobó hoy el programa de eventos para los Juegos Olímpicos Tokyo 2020./ Tokyo 2020 event programme to see major boost for female participation, youth and urban appeal

LA JUNTA EJECUTIVA DEL COMITÉ OLÍMPICO INTERNACIONAL (COI) APROBÓ HOY EL PROGRAMA DE EVENTOS PARA LOS JUEGOS OLÍMPICOS TOKYO 2020. LA DECISIÓN MARCA UN HITO EN LA EVOLUCIÓN DEL PROGRAMA OLÍMPICO INTRODUCIENDO INNOVACIONES JUVENILES Y URBANAS, MEJORANDO SIGNIFICATIVAMENTE LA IGUALDAD DE GÉNERO , Y REDUCIENDO EL NÚMERO TOTAL DE ATLETAS .

El presidente del COI, Thomas Bach, comentó: “Los nuevos acontecimientos fascinantes que aprobamos hoy, junto con los cinco nuevos deportes que se añadieron al programa Tokyo 2020 el año pasado, representan un cambio radical en el programa olímpico. Estoy encantado de que los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio sean más jóvenes, más urbanos e incluyan más mujeres “, añadió Bach.

La decisión de la EB llevará a un incremento neto de 15 eventos, una reducción general de 285 atletas de Río 2016, y la mayor representación de atletas femeninas en la historia olímpica. En Tokio, el número de eventos mixtos se duplicará de nueve en Río 2016 a 18. Todos los nuevos eventos harán uso de los lugares existentes.

La decisión de hoy es un paso significativo hacia el logro del 50 por ciento de equilibrio de género en los Juegos Olímpicos tanto en los atletas como en los eventos, como lo indica claramente la Agenda Olímpica 2020.

Cuatro nuevas Federaciones Internacionales (IFs) se moverán por primera vez a los eventos por género (Canoa, Remo, Tiro y Levantamiento de Pesas). En términos de atletas, seis FIs se moverán al equilibrio de género por primera vez (Canoa, Judo, Remo, Vela, Tiro y Levantamiento de Pesas). A nivel de disciplina, el equilibrio de género se logra en BMX Racing, Mountain Bike y Freestyle Wrestling.

El programa también incluye adiciones centradas en la juventud y urbanas como el Baloncesto 3×3 y el BMX Freestyle, además de Climbing y Skateboarding. El Baloncesto 3×3 fue una innovación exitosa en los Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud de Singapur 2010 y Nanjing 2014. El año pasado se propusieron el deporte de escalada y el Skateboarding junto con el béisbol, el softbol, ​​el karate y el surf.

La próxima edición de los Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud de Verano, que tendrá lugar en Buenos Aires en octubre de 2018, contará con BMX Freestyle, Karate y Sport Climbing, además de varios deportes urbanos innovadores como Breakdance y Roller Sports.

El proceso de revisión del programa Tokyo 2020 se inició en Río 2016, donde se recopilaron datos completos por primera vez a nivel de evento, dando a las FI información inigualable sobre el desempeño general de sus deportes, disciplinas y eventos en los Juegos Olímpicos. Al mismo tiempo, se invitó a las FI a que presentaran sus solicitudes de cambios a sus eventos, cuotas de atletas y formatos de competencia al COI para febrero de 2017.

Habiendo examinado las propuestas en su totalidad, la Comisión del Programa Olímpico se reunió el 5 de mayo y formuló una serie de recomendaciones al Comité Ejecutivo de la COI. Sobre la base de estas recomendaciones, el EB tomó la siguiente decisión con respecto a nuevos eventos en Tokio:

THE EXECUTIVE BOARD (EB) OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (IOC) TODAY APPROVED THE EVENT PROGRAMME FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES TOKYO 2020. THE DECISION MARKS A KEY MILESTONE IN THE EVOLUTION OF THE OLYMPIC PROGRAMME BY INTRODUCING YOUTH AND URBAN INNOVATIONS, SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVING GENDER EQUALITY, AND REDUCING THE OVERALL NUMBER OF ATHLETES HENCE REDUCING THE GAMES’ FOOTPRINT.

Commenting on the decision, IOC President Thomas Bach said “The fascinating new events that we approved today, together with the five new sports that were added to the Tokyo 2020 programme last year, represent a step-change in the Olympic programme. I am delighted that the Olympic Games in Tokyo will be more youthful, more urban and will include more women”, Bach added.

The EB decision will lead to a net increase of 15 events, an overall reduction of 285 athletes from Rio 2016, and the highest representation of female athletes in Olympic history. In Tokyo, the number of mixed events will double from nine in Rio 2016 to 18. All new events will make use of existing venues.

Today’s decision is a significant step towards achieving the 50 per cent gender balance at the Olympic Games in both athletes and events, as clearly stated by Olympic Agenda 2020.

Four new International Federations (IFs) will move to gender-balanced in events for the first time (Canoe, Rowing, Shooting and Weightlifting). In terms of athletes, six IFs will move to gender balance for the first time (Canoe, Judo, Rowing, Sailing, Shooting and Weightlifting). At discipline level, gender balance is achieved in BMX Racing, Mountain Bike and Freestyle Wrestling.

The programme also includes youth-focused and urban-based additions such as Basketball 3×3 and BMX Freestyle, on top of Sport Climbing and Skateboarding. Basketball 3×3 was a successful innovation at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore 2010 and Nanjing 2014. Sport Climbing and Skateboarding were proposed along with Baseball/Softball, Karate, and Surfing by Tokyo 2020 last year.

The next edition of the Summer Youth Olympic Games, which will take place in Buenos Aires in October 2018, will already feature BMX Freestyle, Karate and Sport Climbing as well as several new innovative urban sports such as Breakdance and Roller Sports.

The review process for the Tokyo 2020 programme started in Rio 2016, where comprehensive data were collected for the first time at event level, giving IFs unparallelled insight into the overall performance of their sports, disciplines and events at the Olympic Games. Concurrently, IFs were invited to submit their requests for changes to their events, athlete quotas and competition formats to the IOC by February 2017.

Having reviewed the proposals in full, the Olympic Programme Commission met on 5 May and made a number of recommendations to the IOC EB. Based on these recommendations, the EB took the following decision regarding new events in Tokyo:

EVENTS – Additions unless specified
Events
Sport Event #
Aquatics (Swimming) 800m (M) & 1500m (W) +2
4x100m Medley Mixed Relay +1
Archery Mixed Team Event +1
Athletics 4x400m Mixed Relay +1
Basketball 3×3 (M/W) +2
Boxing Transfer of two men’s events to two women’s events 0
Canoe Transfer of three men’s events to three women’s events 0
Cycling (BMX) BMX Freestyle Park (M/W) +2
Cycling (Track) Madison (M/W) +2
Fencing Team Events (M/W) +2
Judo Mixed Team Event +1
Rowing Transfer of one men’s event to one women’s event 0
Sailing Transfer of Mixed Multihull to Mixed Foiling Multihull 0
Shooting Transfer of three men’s events to mixed events 0
Table Tennis Mixed Doubles +1
Triathlon Mixed Team Relay +1
Weightlifting Reduction of one  men’s weight category -1
TOTAL (net) +15

Tokyo 2020 was consulted throughout the process and gave its agreement on the principles applied to the review of all events. Together with the IOC, it was agreed that there should be minimal impact on additional venues and athletes, and on the overall competition schedule.

The EB today also approved the recommendations of the Programme Commission with regard to the athlete numbers by sport – as follows:

Athletes – Additions, transfers and reductions
Athletes quotas
Sport Event #
Aquatics (Water Polo) Reduction in Water Polo team size, addition of two women’s Water Polo teams -18
Aquatics (Swimming) Reduction of 22 athletes -22
Athletics Reduction of 105 athletes -105
Basketball Inclusion of 3×3 with 8 teams for each gender, +64 athletes (32W/32M) +64
Boxing Transfer of 44 athletes from men to women 0
Canoe Transfer of 55 athletes to reach gender balance 0
Cycling (BMX Racing) Transfer of 8 athletes to reach gender balance 0
Cycling (MTB) Transfer of 8 athletes to reach gender balance in MTB, transfer of 4 male athletes to BMX Freestyle 0
Cycling (Road) Transfer of 14 men to BMX Freestyle 0
Judo Transfer of 38 athletes to reach gender balance 0
Rowing Reduction of 24 athletes and reach gender balance -24
Sailing Reduction of 30 athletes and reach gender balance -30
Shooting Reduction of 30 athletes and reach gender balance -30
Weightlifting Reduction of 64 athletes and reach gender balance -64
Wrestling Reduction of 56 athletes across all disciplines and gender balance in Freestyle Wrestling -56
TOTAL -285

The full programme of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is available here.

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