Have your Olympics 2020 questions answered by our team on the ground in Japan
As we enter the final stretch of the Olimpiese Spele in Tokio 2020 for the second week’s action our team on the ground in Japan will be on hand to answer your questions.
It has been an Olympics like no other with triumph, disappointment and controversy all weaved in amid the backdrop of the whole event being under ongoing Covid restrictions, most visibly meaning there are no spectators.
For Team GB, the Games swung into action at the start of the first week as the medals started to pour in on what became known as Magic Monday, leaving the squad in the best position the nation has ever begun an Olympics from.
Since then there has been further successes in the pool, on the BMX track and in the equestrian arena, to name but a few.
It hasn’t been plain sailing for all though and the spotlight was turned onto Team GB’s rowing performance during this Games, one of the sports we traditionally excel at.
Then this weekend, as the athletics started to get fully underway there was disappoint for the team as Dina Asher Smith had to pull out after an injury. She had been expected to be a contender for medals in both the 100m and 200m.
But what about how other teams are faring and what is it actually like being on the ground in Tokyo and inside the venues during these unprecedented Games?
Our deputy sports editor Lawrence Ostlere and sports feature writer Vithushan Ehantharajah, who have been reporting live from Japan, will be here to answer your questions tomorrow (2 Augustus) from 8am BST.
If you have a question, submit it now, or when they join you live tomorrow. All you have to do is register to submit your question in the comments below.
If you’re not already a member, click “sign up” in the comments box to leave your question. Don’t worry if you can’t see your question – they may be hidden until they join the conversation to answer them. Then join us live on this page from 8am as they tackle as many questions as they can.