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1964 Summer Olympics

See also: 1964 Summer Paralympics
The Games of the XVIII Olympiad were held in 1964 in Tokyo, Japan. Detroit, Vienna and Brussels also made a bid for these Games. Tokyo had already been awarded with the organisation of the 1940 Summer Olympics, but this honour had been passed to Helsinki because of Japan's involvement in China. The 1940 Olympics were eventually cancelled because of the outbreak of World War II.

Games of the XVIII Olympiad
Nations participating93
Athletes participating5,140 (4,457 men, 683 women)
Events163 in 19 sports
Opening ceremoniesOctober 10, 1964
Closing ceremoniesOctober 24, 1964
Officially opened byHirohito of Japan
Athlete's OathTakashi Ono[?]
Judge's Oath:-
Olympic TorchYoshinori Sakai[?]

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Medals Awarded

See the medal winners, ordered by sport:

Medal Count

PosCountryGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1USSR30313596
2USA36262890
3Germany10221850
4Japan165829
5Italy1010727
6Poland761023
7Hungary107522
8Great Britain412218
9Australia621018
10Czechoslovakia56314

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