New Delhi, June 4: With 50 days to go for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the Indian Olympic Association unveiled an impressive ceremonial and official sports kit for the team India that will participate in the Games of the XXXII Olympiad scheduled to be held from 23 July to 8 August 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.

The official Team India Olympics styling partner Raymond will deliver the ceremonial kit and the official sports apparel partner – Li-Ning will supply the sports attire, including the travel and playing kits for the athletes from India heading to Tokyo. Li-Ning designed the official sports kit inspired by India’s national colours and integrated unique graphics to emote the energy and pride of the Indian Olympic Team.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Official kit for Team India unveiled with 50 days remaining

The official kit of Team India was unveiled by the Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports Kiren Rijiju in the presence of IOA President Dr Narinder Dhruv Batra and Secretary-General Mr Rajeev Mehta.

We are just 50 days away from the Tokyo Olympic Games. Now every day, every second count. The launch of the official kit of the Indian Olympic team is an important aspect and it is very significant that it is being launched on this day. I am happy to say that our athletes are well prepared for the biggest sporting event and the entire country must rally behind our athletes so that they are motivated to give their best at Tokyo. I urge every Indian to cheer for the Indian squad,” Rijiju said at the ceremony.

On the occasion of the official kit unveiling ceremony, Dr Narinder Dhruv Batra, President Indian Olympic Association congratulated all the athletes who had earned a place at the Tokyo Olympic Games and expressed his confidence that the Indian athletes will make the nation proud as they shine and fly the tricolour high at the Tokyo Games.


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India will send a strong contingent to the Tokyo Olympic Games and so far, athletes from 11 sports including Boxing, Hockey, Wrestling, Yachting, Athletics, Archery, Equestrian, Fencing, Rowing, Shooting and Table Tennis have qualified, with athletes from more disciplines expected to qualify further.