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Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
Gymnastics – Official Hospitality


Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Gymnastic – Official Hospitality

Businesses and individuals can enjoy an unparalleled experience with the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Gymnastics Official Hospitality programme, guaranteeing the very best tickets and access to in-venue hospitality during the Games.

Official Hospitality will be provided to the following Gymnastics diciplines:

Artistic gymnastics is one of three disciplines in the sport of gymnastics. The others are rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline. Athletes perform short routines on apparatus with judges evaluating the difficulty and accuracy of each performance.

Rhythmic gymnastics is one of three disciplines in the sport of gymnastics. The others are artistic gymnastics and trampoline. Female athletes perform expressive and acrobatic moves with the aid of handheld apparatus – a hoop, ball, pair of clubs and ribbon.

Trampoline is one of the three disciplines in the sport of gymnastics. The others are artistic gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics. With athletes springing to heights of up to 10m, trampoline is among the Games’ most enthralling spectacles.

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Disciplines

Gymnastics (Artistic) | 25 July 2020 - 04 August 2020 | From ¥90,000 +JCT

Venue: Ariake Gymnastics Centre

Dates: 25 July 2020 – 04 August 2020

Artistic gymnastics is one of three disciplines in the sport of gymnastics. The others are rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline. Athletes perform short routines on apparatus with judges evaluating the difficulty and accuracy of each performance.

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Overview

Artistic gymnastics has been part of the Olympic programme since the first modern Games of Athens 1896. Initially for men only, women’s events were included from Amsterdam 1928.

Male gymnasts compete in six medal events: floor, pommel horse, rings, vault, parallel bars and horizontal bar. In the women’s division, there are four medal events: vault, uneven bars, beam and floor. Men and women also compete for individual and team all-around titles.

Each piece of apparatus makes unique demands on the athlete, testing their strength, agility, coordination, speed and stamina. Women’s floor routines are performed to musical accompaniment, adding an additional dimension to the competition. Judges mark each athlete on the complexity and aesthetics of their executed techniques while considering other aspects such as balance and stability.

Event Programme

  • Team competition (Men/Women)
  • Individual All-Around competition (Men/Women)
  • Floor Exercise (Men/Women)
  • Pommel Horse (Men)
  • Uneven Bars (Women)
  • Rings (Men)
  • Beam (Women)
  • Vault (Men/Women)
  • Parallel Bars (Men)
  • Horizontal Bar (Men)

 

Hospitality Packages

 

Event Programme

Click on the arrows to see the event disciplines and session times. Session times indicate the event, as opposed to hospitality, start time.

Saturday 25 July, 2020

 

Afternoon Session (14:30 – 17:00)

  • Men’s Qualification

 

Evening Session (19:30 – 22:00)

  • Men’s Qualification

 

 

Sunday 26 July, 2020

 

Afternoon Session (15:10 – 18:45)

  • Women’s Qualification

 

Evening Session (20:20 – 22:00)

  • Women’s Qualification

 

 

Monday 27 July, 2020

 

Evening Session (19:00 – 22:00)

  • Men’s Team Final
  • Men’s Team Victory Ceremony

 

 

Tuesday 28 July, 2020

 

Evening Session (19:45 – 22:00)

  • Women’s Team Final
  • Women’s Team Victory Ceremony

 

 

Wednesday 29 July, 2020

 

Evening Session (19:15 – 22:00)

  • Men’s Individual All-Around Final
  • Men’s Individual All-Around Victory Ceremony

 

 

Thursday 30 July, 2020

 

Evening Session (19:50 – 22:00)

  • Women’s Individual All-Around Final
  • Women’s Individual All-Around Victory Ceremony

 

 

Sunday 02 August, 2020

 

Afternoon Session (17:00 – 22:00)

  • Men’s Floor Exercise Final
  • Men’s Floor Exercise Victory Ceremony
  • Women’s Vault Final
  • Women’s Vault Victory Ceremony
  • Men’s Pommel Horse Final
  • Men’s Pommel Horse Victory Ceremony
  • Women’s Uneven Bars Final
  • Women’s Uneven Bars Victory Ceremony

 

 

Monday 03 August, 2020

 

Afternoon Session (17:00 – 19:15)

  • Men’s Rings Final
  • Men’s Rings Victory Ceremony
  • Women’s Floor Exercise Final
  • Women’s Floor Exercise Victory Ceremony
  • Men’s Vault Final
  • Men’s Vault Victory Ceremony

 

 

Tuesday 04 August, 2020

 

Afternoon Session (17:00 – 19:15)

  • Men’s Parallel Bars Final
  • Men’s Parallel Bars Victory Ceremony
  • Women’s Balance Beam Final
  • Women’s Balance Beam Victory Ceremony
  • Men’s Horizontal Bar Final
  • Men’s Horizontal Bar Victory Ceremony

 

 

Gymnastics (Rhythmic) | 08 August 2020 - 09 August 2020 | From ¥145,000 +JCT

Venue: Ariake Gymnastics Centre

Dates: 07 August 2020 – 09 August 2020

Rhythmic gymnastics is one of three disciplines in the sport of gymnastics. The others are artistic gymnastics and trampoline. Female athletes perform expressive and acrobatic moves with the aid of handheld apparatus – a hoop, ball, pair of clubs and ribbon.

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Overview

Rhythmic gymnasts are scored on the artistry of their performances, which are set to music, and the skill with which they execute difficult manoeuvres with the handheld apparatus. The sport’s uniqueness lies in this combination of musical interpretation with the risk of throwing the apparatus several metres into the air and losing sight of it while performing leaps, turns or acrobatic routines, then catching it. Rhythmic gymnasts are athletes possessing immense strength, speed, skill and flexibility, but they are also artists capable of profound and expressive beauty.

It could be argued that rhythmic gymnastics has its origins in Ancient Egypt, where aesthetic expression of the human form was encouraged. However, its roots lie in 19th and early 20th century ideas of movement and aesthetics. The first World Championship was held in Hungary in 1963, the same year rhythmic became a FIG discipline.

Rhythmic gymnastics became part of the Olympic programme at the Los Angeles 1984 Games, with the group event added at Atlanta 1996. Since then, the discipline has grown in popularity throughout the world.

Performances are held on a 13 x 13-metre mat, with different formats for individual and group competitions.

Individual gymnasts perform four times, using each piece of apparatus once. Each performance must be 75 to 90 seconds long. In the group event, a team of five gymnasts performs twice using multiple apparatus at the same time. Each performance must last between 2 minutes 15 seconds and 2 minutes 30 seconds. Going over or under these times results in a 0.05-point deduction for each second.

The music played during performances also plays a significant role in establishing a mood and style. Music with vocals is allowed for one performance per group and for two performances per individual.

Event Programme

  • Individual All-Around competition (Women)
  • Group All-Around competition (Women)

 

Hospitality Packages

 

Event Programme

Click on the arrows to see the event disciplines and session times. Session times indicate the event, as opposed to hospitality, start time.

Saturday 08 August, 2020

 

Afternoon Session (15:20 – 17:50)

  • Women’s Individual All-Around Final
  • Women’s Individual All-Around Victory Ceremony

 

 

Sunday 09 August, 2020

 

Morning Session (11:00 – 12:45)

  • Women’s Group All-Around Final
  • Women’s Group All-Around Victory Ceremony

 

 

Trampoline | 31 July 2020 - 01 August 2020 | From ¥110,000 +JCT

Venue: Ariake Gymnastics Centre

Dates: 22 July 2020 – 08 August 2020

Trampoline is one of the three disciplines in the sport of gymnastics. The others are artistic gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics. With athletes springing to heights of up to 10m, trampoline is among the Games’ most enthralling spectacles.

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Overview

Trampoline gymnasts perform a series of short routines containing a variety of twists, bounces and somersaults. Precise technique and perfect body control are vital for success, with judges delivering marks for difficulty, execution and flight time.

In 1934, an American gymnast named George Nissen was inspired by watching circus acrobats fall onto flexible safety nets and use the rebound to perform acrobatic skills. He constructed the first prototype trampoline from canvas and rubber used for inner tubes. Nissen named his device after ‘trampolin’, the Spanish word for springboard.

The trampoline itself consists of a rectangular ‘bed’ made from a woven synthetic fabric and measuring 4.28m x 2.14m. The bed is attached to a frame with steel springs so that its recoil action propels performers high into the air.

Initially used as a training tool for astronauts, pilots and other sports, the trampoline grew in popularity to such an extent that the first ever World Championships were held in London in 1964. The discipline was added to the Olympic programme at Sydney 2000 and features men’s and women’s individual competitions.

Olympic qualification is based on results achieved at the World Championships in the year preceding the Games and the Olympic test event. Sixteen men and 16 women take part.

Event Programme

  • Individual competition (Men/Women)

 

Hospitality Packages

 

Event Programme

Click on the arrows to see the event disciplines and session times. Session times indicate the event, as opposed to hospitality, start time.

Friday 31 July, 2020

 

Afternoon Session (13:00 – 15:25)

  • Women’s Qualification
  • Women’s Final
  • Women’s Victory Ceremony

 

 

Saturday 01 August, 2020

 

Afternoon Session (13:00 – 15:25)

  • Men’s Qualification
  • Men’s Final
  • Men’s Victory Ceremony

 


Hospitality Options

Silver ¥90,000 - ¥210,000 +JCT

Combine the drama and passion of world class Olympic sport with VIP treatment in a relaxed and prestigious first class hospitality lounge.

  • Modern Japanese and international gourmet street food concepts
  • A wide selection of top quality food and drink options
  • Informal environment providing a high level of comfort and hospitality for you and your guests
  • Located on stadium concourses and lounges at selected venues
  • Elegant commemorative souvenir VIP access pass and lanyard
  • Daily event schedule

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Official Hospitality – Gynmastics

 

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