Tokyo Olympics: Two silver medalist & four others dismissed from the Tokyo games

The organizers of the Tokyo Olympics have dismissed six people involving two silver medalists from Georgia for breaking the laws forged to protect against COVID-19.

The organisers of the Tokyo Olympics have dismissed six people and the list of the six also involves two silver medalists from Georgia, who have gone against the rules that were made to protect against COVID-19 virus cases.

The chief executive of the games Toshiro Muto said that it was a “clear and serious violation” of the so-called playbooks of health and safety rules the two Judokas from Georgia who went journeying. Vazha Margvelashvili and Lasha Shavdatuashvili, both were discerned near Tokyo Tower later after the end of their games on Tuesday.


The Embassy of Georgia has apologised for the occurrence said, Muto. Meanwhile, the other four of the six who are expelled are accredited contractors from Britain and the United States. They are arrested as they allegedly used cocaine ahead of the opening of the Tokyo Games. Organisers have also opened an inquiry for a group of athletes who were caught drinking alcohol in the Japanese capital this week.

During Tokyo 2020 which is undergoing without observers, which were delayed for a year because of the global rise of the coronavirus, it is closely monitored of following social distancing measures and the sportspersons are examined daily while their activities have been restricted to the limited interior bubble.