Olympic and Para Expenses will be maintained at 1.3 trillion yen Additional expenses in Sapporo Up to 10 billion yen December 14th 16:38
Regarding the expenses for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Organizing Committee entered into the final adjustment by announcing it as 1.3 trillion yen as before. The additional cost of moving a marathon / racewalk to Sapporo is expected to be up to 10 billion yen, and although it is not included this time, it is a policy to control the increase in expenses by managing the adjustment costs of the Organizing Committee.
Expenses for next year's Tokyo tournament were announced in December last year, with a total of 1.35 trillion yen excluding contingency expenses, and the burden of the Organizing Committee and Tokyo was 600 billion yen, and the government was 150 billion yen. Are being reviewed for the end of the year.
Regarding the tournament expenses, while the marathon and racewalk of the Olympics have been moved to Sapporo, and additional costs are expected due to the implementation of heat countermeasures, the Organizing Committee will set the tournament expenses as 1.3 trillion yen as before By making public announcements soon, it was understood through interviews with multiple parties that the final adjustments were made.
Additional expenses for marathons and racewalks are estimated to be up to 10 billion yen due to the provision of temporary facilities and lodging, etc., but this is not included this time due to uncalculated calculations. The policy is to control the increase in expenses by managing the adjustment costs of 35 billion yen.
The Organizing Committee will continue to discuss with the IOC = International Olympic Committee about the cost of moving Sapporo.