After the medal competitions concluded on Sunday, the Tokyo Olympic Stadium presented a stunning closing ceremony.
The Tokyo Olympics have come to an end. After the French flag was raised inside Olympic Stadium for the transfer to Paris 2024, IOC President Thomas Bach proclaimed the Games finished. The cauldron closed around the Olympic flame, extinguishing it, after a brief performance in the stadium at the closing ceremony.
‘With the unifying power of athletics, you inspired us.’ Given the numerous problems you faced as a result of the pandemic, this was even more astounding. Tokyo 2020 is the Olympic Games of optimism, togetherness, and peace,’ according to IOC President Thomas Bach. Thomas also congratulated the volunteers for successfully organizing the Olympics, which had been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A ska band performed on stage, with people dancing, juggling, and soccer players moving around a raised platform in the stadium’s middle. The Olympic custom of awarding marathon medals was followed by traditional Japanese dances inside the stadium and on the videoboard.
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Following the traditional dance routines and the playing of the Olympic anthem, the Mayor of Tokyo presented the flag to IOC President Thomas Bach, who then presented it to the Mayor of Paris for the 2020 Olympics. Following the traditional dance routines and the playing of the Olympic anthem, the Mayor of Tokyo presented the flag to IOC President Thomas Bach, who then presented it to the Mayor of Paris for the 2020 Olympics.
In contrast to the opening ceremony’s solemn, even melancholy, ruminative mood, the end has been incredibly upbeat thus far. On the turntable, orchestral bands and DJ Matsunaga, the winner of the works DJ championship, strutted their stuff. Before the flag of Greece was raised in honor of the place where it all began.
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