|Date||23 July - 08 August 2021|
|Event official website||tokyo2020.jp|
|Disciplines||Jumping, Dressage, Eventing|
Timetable - Updated 8 October 2020
|Important change of Cross Country Requirements||Equestrian Eventing Cross Country Update 19 December 2019|
|MEDICAL, VETERINARY & CLIMATE INFORMATION|
Athletes, Athlete Support Personnel and other persons attending the Games: start preparing now!
Watch the FEI’s Beat the Heat video series to guide you all the way to Tokyo 2020
Important reminder about Olympic Qualifying Competitions taking place in 2020.
Further to the FEI Board decisions communicated to all FEI stakeholders on 20 May 2020 in regard to adjustment of the MER procedure for the Olympic Games for 2020 due to the COVID19 situation, National Federations are reminded that they are responsible for checking on each Event schedule approved by the FEI whether the relevant competition has the status of an OG qualifier when entering Athlete/Horse combinations in FEI Events taking place between 1 January 2020 and 31 December 2020. The final list of 2020 events/competitions which have been confirmed to count for MERs have been published in December 2020.
The list of 2021 Qualifying Competitions have been published on 17 December 2020.
For Jumping only: In addition, for Jumping only, as the standard of the course is approved afterwards, the list of Competitions confirmed as Olympic Qualifier have been published below and updated on a monthly basis.
Qualification System - Updated 20 April 2021
Qualification Events 2019 - Updated 9 January 2020
Qualification Events 2020 - Updated 15 January 2021
Qualification Events 2021 - Updated 14 June 2021
FEI Olympic Group C - List of participants per event - 3 March 2019
Jumping Certificate of Capability - Published on 15 March 2021
Qualification System - Updated 20 May 2020
Qualification Events 2019-2020 - Updated 14 December 2020
Qualification Events 2021 - Updated 20 May 2021
Dressage Certificate of Capability - Published on 15 March 2021
Qualification System - Updated 20 May 2020
Qualification Events 2021 - Updated 04 June 2021
Eventing Certificate of Capability - Published on 15 March 2021
FEI Olympic Group Qualification Events
|Allocation Procedure - 15 August 2018|
|Qualification events guidelines for Olympic Games Tokyo 2020||Guidelines (IOC) - 22 August 2019|
|FEI REGULATIONS and RANKINGS|
|Rules for Tokyo 2020||
7 December 2018, updated 29 June 2020
|Rules and Point System for FEI Olympic Athletes||
Jumping Olympic Ranking Rules - 12 December 2018
Dressage Olympic Ranking Rules - 12 December 2018, updated 25 January 2019
Eventing Olympic Ranking Rules - 12 December 2018, updated 14 November 2019
|Olympic Rankings Jumping / Dressage / Eventing||Click here|
|Other reference documents||
Jumping Nations Cup Ranking Point System - updated 29 June 2020
For the establishement of the starting order in the Olympic first Jumping Competition, taking into account results obtained between 1 July 2019 and 30 June 2021.
|Dressage Music Guidelines (GPS to music & GP FS)||Guidelines published 5 December 2019 (also included in the FEI regulations for Equestrian Events at Olympic Games) - Updated 21 May 2021.|
|ANTI-DOPING GUIDES & RULES|
|IOC Anti-Doping Rules applicable to the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020 & Circular Letter - updated 07 April 2021|
|Tokyo 2020 Doping Control Guidebook: the purpose of this guide is to give the Games participants information about the anti-doping programme and how it will be conducted - 02 March 2021|
|ITO's APPOINTMENT INFORMATION|
|For all disciplines||Officials appointment 27 April 2021|
|IOC REFERENCE DOCUMENTS AND RULES|
|Tokyo Accreditation Entitlement Revisions - Horse Owner Accreditation - 10 June 2021|
|Approved set of recommendations in regard to Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter and Athlete Expression at the Olympic Games - Q&A document - 26 April 2021|
The Playbooks are the basis of a collective game plan to ensure that all Olympic and Paralympic Games participants and the people of Tokyo and Japan are safe and healthy this summer. They outline the responsibilities of all Games participants and the rules that must be followed – starting 14 days before travel as well as entry to Japan, throughout the Games, and departing. There are dedicated playbooks for each of the stakeholder groups and are based on the extensive work of the All Partners Task Force, which also includes the World Health Organization, Government of Japan, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, independent experts and organisations from across the world.
NOC - Period of Stay Guidelines: 25 March 2021
These Guidelines have been established to reduce the peak occupancy in the Olympic Village and provide increased space and service levels to athletes while operating under COVID-19 countermeasures.
IOC Rule 50 applicable to the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020 - Generic document to all Sports - published on 7 January 2021
(comparison table highlighting the latest modifications to the Generic Guidelines (Face masks, face shields and addition of reference to competition clothing for Equestrian victory ceremonies - published on 7 January 2021)
IOC Rule 50 applicable to the Games of the XXXII Olympiad Tokyo 2020 - Specific to the Equestrian Sport - published on 12 July 2019
|Accreditations at the Olympic Games - 04 June 2019|
|TOKYO REFERENCE DOCUMENTS|
|Road to Tokyo 2020 Newsletters (the FEI will keep you informed on a regular basis about everything important taking place between now and the start of the Games)|
|Tokyo2020 Technical Officials’ Guide, Equestrian - 19 June 2021|
|Tokyo 2020 Feed Hay and Bedding Memo: for the first time, they are going to offer two methods for placing orders – in person (as done in the past) and online. - 02 June 2021|
|Peden Bloodstock Equine Shipping Memo / Annex D Veterinary Medicines Request to Ship / Annex E Veterinary Declaration / Annex F IV Fluid Information Return - 07 April 2021|
|Tax Guide - updated 06 April 2021|
|Accreditation Training Access Pass Policy and Annexes, deadline 09 April 2021 - 29 March 2021|
|Equestrian TOKYO Saddlery Order Catalog - Order Form - 01 April 2021|
|Tokyo 2020 supplementary Information on import procedures for medicines medical equipment and cosmetics - published on 09 March 2021|
Information to apply for licenses permitting use of radio equipment (handheld radios, wireless training communication devices, wireless CCTV systems etc) – click here
|Tokyo 2020 Customs & Freight Forwarding Guide - updated 08.02.2021|
Tokyo Olympic Games Interim Report from 3rd party council of Covid Countermeasures - published on 7 January 2021
Please note that this is an interim report which will be updated as the situation evolves. IFs and NOCs are liaising with the IOC and the Toyko Olympic Games Organising Committee.
KER Tokyo Nutrition Services: there will be two types (1st and 2nd cutting) of timothy hay available from JRA Facilities at the Tokyo Equestrian venue for the Olympics and Paralympics. KER would like to provide as much information as possible about these hays so everyone that wants to use the hay knows exactly what will be available in Tokyo.Each NF has been contacted to complete the short survey.
|Tokyo 2020 Equine Freight Manual - published on 6 February 2020|
|Tokyo 2020 Duty Exemption Extension - published on 23 July 2020|
|Tokyo 2020 ATA Carnet Extension - published on 15 May 2020|
|TEST EVENT AUGUST 2019|
|Tokyo 12-14 August 2019||Test Event Information 29 March 2019 updated 12 July 2019|
|Entry Form / Entry Form Guide 25 April 2019|
|Feeds and Bedding List 25 April 2019 updated 12 July 2019|
|Feeds and Bedding Order Form 25 April 2019 updated 12 July 2019|
|Test Event NOC/NPC Observers Programme|
|Sessions Presentation (Tokyo 2020) - 21 August 2019|
|READY STEADY TOKYO – Equestrian (Eventing) and Hockey Accreditation Manual||Click here (published 21 June 2019)|
|Test Event CCI3*-S List of entries||Click here (published 24 July 2019)|
|Test Event Follow-up report||Click here (published on 18 November 2019)|