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THE EYES OF the sporting world turn to Tokyo as — a year later than advertised — the 2020 Summer Olympic Games officially get underway tomorrow.

It’s already guaranteed to be an Olympics unlike any other but now that it’s finally here, and with a record 116 athletes set to represent Ireland over the next 17 days, it’s hopefully going to be an unforgettable — if somewhat hectic — few weeks.

And we want to make sure that you don’t miss a single moment that matters.

That’s why we’re inviting you to join us every morning for Olympic Breakfast, our daily email briefing with all the news that you need to know delivered directly to your inbox.

With the live action beginning shortly after midnight Irish time every day, we’ll keep a close eye on events right through the night and have all the details to get you up to speed when you wake up in the morning.

As well as that, we’ll have our trusty colour-coded schedule to hand to map out the very best of what’s still to come over the course of the morning and afternoon to make sure you know exactly when you need to be in front of a TV or, failing that, furiously refreshing your favourite sports app.

And we’ll take plenty of detours off the beaten track to introduce you to some of the most interesting characters and most interesting stories that you might otherwise have missed.

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We’ll kick things off bright and early on Saturday morning when we’ll have all the latest Irish news from the rowing, gymnastics, boxing, taekwondo and cycling as our first athletes get their Olympic competitions underway.

And now, let the Games begin! 

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