No-fan Tokyo Olympics could impact competition, experts say

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    Tokyo 2020 organizers have banned spectators at the Games after Japan imposed a COVID-19 state of emergency in Tokyo, the host city of the Olympics.

    The games are set to kick off on July 23, after being delayed by a year due to the pandemic.

    As Crystal Goomansingh reports, some experts say a no-fan atmosphere could impact the competition.

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