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One of Japan’s sporting legends and an executive of the country’s Olympic committee said on Friday that the Tokyo Games should be held without spectators to ensure the safety of the public and accused the organizers of using a “double standard.”

Japanese Olympic Committee board member Kaori Yamaguchi, an Olympic judo medalist, said the government was “confusing” the public by asking them to stay at home and imposing curbs while putting on the global sports showpiece.

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