“United by emotion” Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games unveils currency

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Tokyo 2020 organizers Monday rolled the motto for the Olympics this year, “United by emotion”, which they reflect the “universal values” and “unifying power of sport. “

” crowds of spectators who do not know before the games come together and learn that there is more that unites them than divides them, “Tokyo 2020 said it unveiled the currency.

The official Olympic motto is “Citius, Altius, Fortius” or “Faster, higher, stronger” but each host city chooses its own currency to support the Games.

the currency of London in 2012 was “Inspire a Generation”, while the slogan of Beijing 2008 was “one world, one dream”, calling the world to join in the spiritOlympic and build a better future for humanity.

Athens 2004 went for “Welcome Home.” – A nod to the hometown of Olympia Games

Less well received was Sochi, which plumped to arouse derision in some quarters “cool hot to you, ..”.

Tokyo said the currency would be beamed on Skytree tower in the Japanese capital to raise awareness as can be seen for miles around.

the opening ceremony will be on 24 July and the organizers have stressed that there is no discussion about changing this date despite the coronavirus crisis hits global transportation.

Tokyo in 2020 has not always been smooth deployment. In September 2015, the Games logo was abandoned inabout accusations of plagiarism.

Designer Olivier Debie said the design was stolen from its logo to a Belgian theater and a lawsuit threatened befor officials removed the emblem, saying that

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