Busan Seeks to Attract Olympic Teams to Train Ahead of Tokyo 2020

The city of Busan is looking to attract athletes and training teams from Olympic participating countries ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.

The city has released a website that provides non-stop package services such as match training facilities, accommodations, training partners, and medical institutions by level and sport for those looking to train in the city ahead of the Games.

As Busan has similar temperatures and conditions as Tokyo as well as a short distance to travel and a similar time zone, the city has established a comprehensive package including training facilities, medical care, and accommodation packages.

The Tokyo Olympics will take place from July 24 to August 9, 2020.

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