We're now just one month away from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, to be featured on KOAA-TV and NBC affiliated platforms.
News5 is sharing the stories of prior games, athletes vying to compete this year, and preparing to bring you all the action. You can also catch our Ticket to Tokyo programs on Wednesday, June 30 at 9:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 7 at 9:00 p.m., and on Saturday, July 10 at 9:00 p.m.
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The opening ceremony will be held on July 23. NBC Universal has acquired the official rights to broadcast the 2020 game in the United States.
A schedule of events and competitions, as well as where to watch the games can be found at NBCOlympics.com.
You can watch the games with KOAA News5 as we bring you the stories of the athletes and the connections to Colorado Springs, home of the US Olympic and Paralympic Training Center and the US Olympic and Paralympic Museum.
You'll also be able to watch competitions with the NBC Sports website or the NBC Sports app, which allows for streaming on a number of devices including Apple TV, Roku devices, Android, IOS, and Windows.
Ticket to Tokyo stories:
"Miracle on Ice" goaltender, Jim Craig reflects on 1980 Olympics
The Olympic and Paralympic Museum recognized by USA Today as the country’s Best New Attraction in 2020
Keyshawn Davis representing Team USA with a bigger purpose
Two-time Paralympian uses his platform to inspire others
Two USA Boxers prepare for Tokyo
USA Karate athlete, Sakura Kokumai looking forward to Toyko Olympics
USA Triathlon athlete, Kevin McDowell hopeful to compete in Tokyo
USA Breakin' hosting "Battle of the Rockies" competition on Saturday; Breakin' to become an Olympic Sport
Former Silver Medalist reflects on 1984 Olympics
USA Hockey rebounds from pandemic
17-year-old Boulder native to compete in Tokyo Olympics for USA Climbing
Tragedy To Triumph: An Olympic Story