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As the curtain falls on Tokyo’s Olympics, delayed and curtailed by the coronavirus, Japan’s athletes can chalk it up as a triumph, having bagged more gold medals than ever before. For Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga it’s more of a letdown, unlikely to improve his chances in a looming general election or provide much of a boost to the economy.

We take a look at how the unprecedented sports spectacle fared on a number of metrics.

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