Team Toyota Talks 2021 Olympics and Paralympics Prep
The Olympic and Paralympic Games are back on track for the summer of 2021. There is much excitement from Team Toyota, and we have come a long way! Along with the rest of the world, Toyota was awe-struck and saddened by the postponement of the 2020 games, but this was necessary to make sure the games were a safe and positive experience for all athletes and fans alike. Team Toyota members are thrilled once again to have the opportunity to cheer on Team Toyota Athletes in the upcoming games and uniting people around the world!
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, One Year Later
Although disappointment sweltered in the air following the postponement of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Team Toyota was determined to replace sorrow with hope and optimism to help our athletes and the rest of the world face the global challenge that was before us. Knowing that our focus couldn’t be on ‘what might have been,’ Toyota made a concentration shift to advancing toward the future in newer more innovative ways. Deciding to keep the original name a year later, the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will take place July 23, 2021, to August 8, 2021, and the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 will be from August 24, 2021, to September 5, 2021.
Team Toyota athletes have stepped up to the challenge the postponement has brought and proven their adaptability. These athletes represent Toyota because they possess key qualities our company takes pride in. Being able to transform obstacles into opportunities is a deliberate choice we make at Toyota, and Team Toyota continues to uphold our company philosophy by taking the extra time given and using it as an opportunity to do more. Given the circumstances, in-person interactions are limited, Toyota decided to efficiently accommodate virtual communication and engagement to maintain a connection with our athletes.
Team Toyota has shown nothing but spirit and resilience during these uncertain times, and with the Pandemics’ endurance slowing our athletes are eager to get to perform what they have trained all of their lives for. Their positivity inspires everyone at Toyota to see that tough times can make for greater victories. The transparency from each athlete about their “bad days” is humbling and Team Toyota is sure to acknowledge the importance of asking for help from your support system, seeing struggle as an opportunity, and using that struggle to grow. Our athletes know that to reach their goals, they must find ways to work through obstacles.
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The Road Ahead
Toyota will continue to support all of our team members, athletes, and partners through these historical times and keep their well-being a top priority. At Toyota, we believe we have an even larger role to play in the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games that goes beyond medals. It is our obligation to assist in the healing of our global community, and Team Toyota looks forward to doing this in the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic games.