Olympic Games 1964 Tokyo

18th Olympiad

JAPAN

Sports: 21

Disciplines: 163

National Teams: 93

Participants: 5,137

Official Report

official report olympic games tokyo 1964

GENERAL DATA AND DOWNLOAD OF THE COMPLETE OFFICIAL REPORT 1964
Title: The Games of the XVIII Olympiad Tokyo 1964
The Official Report of the Organizing Committee
Authors: TheOrganizing committee for the Games
Volumes: 2 Download:  
Pages: 638, 720 Volume I part 1 Volume I part 2
Size: 21,5 x 30,0 cm Volume II part 1 Volume II part 2
Languages: 3 diff. edition
ENGLISH, French,
JAPANESE
www.la84.org DIGITAL LIBRARY COLLECTION

Copyright 1964 by the Organizing Committee for the Games of the XVIII Olympiad

The English and French editions (limited respectively to 1000 and 500 copies) are expected to come off the press by May 1966. This report is in a set of two volumes and consists of some 1100 pages, including 400 pages of colour and monochrome pictures.

The first volume with some 460 pages comprises the actual report, while the second volume contains the records of the various events and the names of the participants.




Different result books 1964 Tokyo
 

Contents Official Report, Volume I


 
THE BRINGING OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES TO TOKYO

33   Invitation to stage the Games in Tokyo
       The period prior to the decision to hold the Games of the
       XII Olympiad in Tokyo
34   The decision to withdraw
       The second invitation to hold the Games in Tokyo
35   The Olympic Flag flies in Tokyo

OUTLINE OF PREPARATIONS FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES
37   Establishment of the Organizing Committee
       Organization and function of the Organizing Committee
       at the time of Inauguration
39   Reorganization of the Organizing Committee into a legal
       entity
       H.M. The Emperor as Patron of the Games
       Organizational reform of the Organizing Committee
40   Olympic Organizing Committee Organizations
41   Decision on Games Sites
43   Olympic Villages
       Contact with the IOC
       Decision on number of Sports Events
44   Decision on the Period of the Games
45   Olympic Sports Operation Organizations

THE ROLE OF THE TOKYO METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT
46   Preparatory Organization
       Coordination
       Financial assistance to the Organizing Committee
       Facilities for Visitors from Abroad
47   Hotel and Housing Service Centre
       Information Offices
       Renovation of the major facilities for the Tokyo Olympic Games
48   Additional Services and Facilities
49   Entertainment and Assistance

COOPERATION OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
50   Establishment of a Basis for Cooperation
       Government delegates joining the Organization Committee
       Special Legislation and Ordinances for the Olympic Games
51   The Grant of Treasury Subsidies and the Free Use of State Property
       Main Government Projects for Preparations for the Tokyo Olympics

COOPERATION FROM PARTICIPATING PREFECTURES
54   Saitama Prefecture
       Kanagawa Prefecture
55   Yokohama City
       Cooperation by Nagano Prefecture
56   Chiba Prefecture

61   THE OVERALL BUDGET AND ITS FINANCING
62   Statement of Receipts and Expenditure by the Organizing
       Committee for the Games of the XVIII Olympiad
63   Statement of Receipts and Expenditure of the Olympic
       Fund Raising Association
65   Direct expenditures for staging the Olympic Games
66   Related expenditures for preparing the Olympic Games

ITEMS MADE AVAILABLE FOR USE OF THE ORGANIZING
COMMITTEE AND DONATIONS IN KIND
67   Contributions in kind
71   Items loaned without compensation

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND PROTOCOL
77   Contact with the International Olympic Committee
       Liaison with the National Olympic Committees
78   Contact with the International Sport Federations
79   The official Invitation to the Games
80   The Question of GANEFO
83   Visits by Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan
85   Receptions given by President of Organizing Committee
       Receptions given by President of Japanese Olympic
       Committee and Governor of Tokyo Metropolitan Government
86   Table showing numbers of seats reserved at each sports venue
88   Attachés
90   Identity Cards
91   Number of ID cards issued
       Validity of ID cards by classification
93   Provision for the Officials' Living Quarters
94   The Haneda Reception Office
97   The 62nd General Session of the International Olympic Committee
99   List of delegates to the 62nd IOC General Session
102  International Congress of Sport Sciences
103  International Congress of Sport Sciences Time-Table
104  The General Meetings and Other Conferences of the
        International Sport Federations
105  International Sport Federations-List of Conferences and General Meetings
106  Interpreters
107  Allocation of interpreters drawn from general public

113   GAMES SITES, VILLAGES AND OTHER FACILITIES
115   Sports venues used for Tokyo Olympic Games
116   Meiji Olympic Park
117   Komazawa Olympic Park
118   National Stadium
120   Prince Chichibu Memorial Football Field
         Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
121  Tokyo Metropolitan Indoor Swimming Pool
        National Gymnasium
124  National Gymnasium Annex
        Shibuya Public Hall
        Komazawa Stadium (Track and Field)
125  Komazawa Gymnasium
126  Komazawa Volley-ball Court
        Komazawa First Hockey Field
127  Komazawa Second Hockey Field
        Komazawa Third Hockey Field
       Waseda University Memorial Hall
128  Korakuen Ice Palace
129  Nippon Budokan Hall
130  Toda Rowing Course
131  Lake Sagami
132  Hachioji Velodrome
133  Hachioji Cycling Road Race Course
        Omiya Football Field
        Mitsuzawa Football Field
134  Asaka-Nezu Park (Modern Pentathlon)
        Tokyo University's Kemigawa Combined Athletic Grounds
        Equestrian Park
136  Karuizawa Equestrian Venue
137  Asaka-Nezu Park (Rifle)
138  Tokorozawa Clay Pigeon Shooting Range
139  Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
        Enoshima Yacht Harbour
140  Marathon and Walking Race Courses

OVERALL SPORTS PREPARATIONS
165  General Programmes of the Games
168  Entries
172  Programming Daily Events
173  Appointing and Organization of Officials
174  Number of officials by countries (athlete delegation)
175  Number of Japanese referees and officials during the Tokyo Games
176  Sport Equipment
        Preparation of the Sports Time-Pieces
177  Operation of the Sports Time-Pieces
181  List of Sports Equipment Used
186  Basis of Time-Pieces Used in the Sport Administration
187  Score-indicating Apparatus
189  Photo-finish apparatus
190  Training Venues
192  Table of Record Indicators (including devices connected to gauges)
194  Use of Training Venues
200  Use of Training Grounds
210  National Entries
212  Numbers of competitors by sports by country for the Tokyo Games
216  Countries' participation in ball-games

OLYMPIC CEREMONIES
221  Opening and Closing Ceremonies
223  Order of the Programme of the Opening Ceremony for
        the Games of the XVIII Olympiad
        Order of the Programme of the Closing Ceremony for the
        Games of the XVIII Olympiad
228  Victory Ceremonies
229  National Anthems
        National Flags
231  Detailed Account of the Order of the Opening Ceremony
         for the Games of the XVIII Olympiad
232  Detailed Account of the Order of the Closing Ceremony
         for the Games of the XVIII Olympiad
233  Musical Scores used during Ceremonies
        Fanfare of the Tokyo Games
        Tokyo Olympic Hymn (A)
235  Tokyo Olympic Hymn (B)
        Olympic Hymn
237  Olympic March
239  Olympic Overture
240  Score of Electronic Music

245   THE OLYMPIC TORCH RELAY
246  The Actual Relay Route Programme
247  The Actual Relay
249  The Olympic Torch Relay in Japan

ART EXHIBITIONS
269  Art Exhibitions on a New Plan
270  Old Art Treasures
272  A Variety of Programmes

OLYMPIC VILLAGE
281  Olympic Village Preparations
286  Facilities and billet assignment
287  Commodities placed in each Room
288  List of Main Supplies
289  List of Commodities & Services received Gratis in Olympic Village
292  General Condition and Operation of Yoyogi Olympic Village
297  Order of Admission to Olympic Village of Teams
304  Admissions to Olympic Villages by Country
307  Women's Quarters
        List of Persons permitted to enter Women's Quarters
308  Equestrian Park annex
309  Maintenance of village facilities and security service
311  Food service
312  Dining Room Allocation List
314  Menus used at Olympic Village
315  List of raw materials used
318  Dining Room Utensils used
        Kitchen utensils used in Olympic Village
319  Other facilities
        Miscellaneous articles and utensils used in Olympic Village

320  List of Various Entertainment provided
320  Entertainment provided at the Women's Village
323  Operation of Detached Villages

PUBLICITY
353  Publication and Distribution of Official Posters
        Printed Matters and Periodicals
354  Pamphlets and Publicity Material issued
355  Other Public Relations
        Films
        Olympic Public Relations at Local Gatherings
        Publication of "Results of the Games of the XVIII Olympiad Tokyo 1964"
356  Information Service

PRESS
361  Allocation of ID Cards
363  Specific Assignment Cards
364  Provision of Seats for Reporters, Broadcasters, and
        Cameramen
367  Use of the Elevating Camera Stand
        The Press Centre
        Sub-Press Centres
368  The Press House
        Activity of Domestic and Foreign Photo Poolers
370  Organization of International Photo Pool
371  Air Photographs
        Quick Reporting of Records by TV
372  The Application of the IBM Electronic Computing System
374  Service of Press Workroom
        Application of Teletype
375  Cooperation of Ricoh Printer

RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING
381  Preparations
        Broadcasting Rights and Contracts
383  Programming
384  Domestic Private Broadcasting
385  Foreign Broadcasting Organizations
386  Filming by Foreign Broadcasting Organizations
387  Film Programmes for Asia
        Programme for Okinawa
        Other Facilities
388  Broadcasting Facilities
389  Venues
        Newly Developed Equipment
        Space Relaying

COMMUNICATIONS
392  Communication Service in Tokyo
394  Preparation of Communication Services
        Actual Communication Facilities Used
395  Operation and Use of Communications
        Use of Telephones at Olympic Installations
397  International Communications used during Tokyo Olympic Games
398  Number of subscribed telephones
        Number of terminals equipped for the leased lines
399  Location of telephones provided at Games sites
400  Number of cables for the leased lines used for Dataprocessing system
        Terminal equipment used for Data-processing system

TICKETS
405  Preparation
        Outline of "Basic principles for admission tickets"
406  Preparation of Admission Charge Table
407  Allocation of Number of Seats of Each Class at Each Site
408  Sales Organization of Tickets
        Ticket Allocation
410  Sale of Admission Tickets
411  General admission tickets
413  Ticket Design and Printing
        Holding, Delivering and Receiving of Tickets
414  Overall Ticket Control
415  Conclusions
416  Progress plan by years for ticket sales
417  Prices of Tokyo Olympic Games Tickets
418  Sales of Admission Tickets classified by Sports
        Sales of Admission Tickets classified by Countries
419  Sales amount classified by each Admission Tickets
436  Tickets and amounts involved in Six scheduled Games events cancelled
437  Number of Admissions to each sports venue
438  Overseas Official Ticket Agencies

ADMINISTRATION OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES VENUES
441  Planning and Programming for the Administration of the
        Olympic Games Sites
        The Background of the Administrative Activities
        Development in Basic Administration Procedure
        Fundamental Policy on the Site Administration
        Organization of Administration
442  The Decision on Gate-Opening Time
443  Issuance of Free Passes
        Personnel Programme
        Work Hours for Ticket Examiners and Field Operators
        Communication Facilities
        Operations
446  Leasing Arrangement for Games Sites
        Prevention of Accidents
        Numbers of supervisory personnel attached to each sports venue
447  Establishment of Sales Stands in the Games Sites
        Cleaning
        Exchange Service
        Special technical or emergency personnel attached to
        various sports venues
448  Ambulances and emergency equipment vehicles placed at each stadium

TRANSPORTATION
449  Special Committee
449  Transportation to Games Facilities
455  Transportation of boats, yachts, canoes and horses
        Customs Clearance and Quarantine

SECURITY AND TRAFFIC CONTROL
461  Outline
        Organization of Security and Traffic Control
462  Police Control on the roads for the Olympic Torch Relay
        Police and Traffic Control on the Days of Opening and
        Closing Ceremonies at the National Stadium
464  Police and Traffic Control in and around the Games Sites
465  Police and Traffic Control on Road Games
466  Guard and Traffic Control Around the Olympic Village
        Police and Traffic Control at the training venues
        Transportation of Athletes, Officials and Others
467  Parking
468  Supplies Materials Used

GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS
473  Designs used for the Games of the XVIII Olympiad, Tokyo
        Badges
        World Youth Camp
474  Life Insurance for the Participating Teams in the Tokyo Games

PERSONNEL
475  Organization of the Secretariat for the Tokyo Olympic
        Games and Placement of Personnel
475  Recruitment and Discharge of Staff
476  Posting of Personnel during the Tokyo Olympic Games
        Discharge of Secretariat Personnel
477  Number of personnel assigned to the headquarters and
        each venue administration offices at the time of the Games
478  Number of personnel assigned to each Section and Division
        of the Secretariat Headquarters

DOCUMENTARY FILM PRODUCTION
479  Tokyo International Sports Week
        Increase in Lighting Installation
480  Camera Positions for Indoor Events
        Olympic Documentary Film Committee
        Public Subscription for the Title of the Film
        Equipment
481  Olympic Torch Relay
482  List of Film Footage Taken
        Shooting Staff
483  Editing
        International Edition
484  Distribution in Japan
        For Educational Institutions
        International Distribution

MEDICAL AND SANITATION SERVICES
485  Summary of Activities
        Organization of Medical and Sanitation Services
        Medical Services
488  Number of cases treated at Yoyogi Olympic Village
        Hospital
490  Number of patients treated at first-aid clinics of sports venues
        Number of patients treated at clinics of Detached Olympic Villages
493  Activities on Sanitation and Prevention of Epidemics
        Inspections maintained at pools and other facilities

COOPERATION OF THE JAPAN SELF DEFENCE FORCES
495  The Ground Self Defence Force
499  The Maritime Self Defence Force
        Air Self Defence Force

POLICE ASSISTANCE AUXILIARY ASSISTANCE BY
THE FIRE SERVICES
509  Organization of the police activities
        Police activities for the torch relay within Japan
        Police activities during the Tokyo Olympic Games

AUXILIARY ASSISTANCE BY
THE FIRE SERVICES
513  Liaison and Cooperation between Fire Services
        Fire Prevention
514  Prior Inspection of Related Facilities
        Guarding Structure
        Performance of Inspection and Guarding Services
516  Allocation of Fire Detachment Personnel to various sports sites

529   LOOKING BACK 

531   CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF
         THE TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES 

535   NAME LIST OF ALL PARTICIPATING ATHLETES OF
         THE TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES

631   COMPARISON OF AVERAGE HEIGHT AND WEIGHT OF ALL
         PARTICIPATING ATHLETES FOR EACH SPORT OF THE
         ROME AND TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES

635    COMPARISON OF AVERAGE HEIGHT AND WEIGHT OF
          WINNERS FOR EACH SPORTS OF THE ROME AND TOKYO
          OLYMPIC GAMES 





CONTENTS, Volume II
 

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ATHLETICS
Time Table
Main Stadium
(Men)
100 m
200 m
400 m
800 m
1500 m
5000 m
10000 m
110 m Hurdles
400 m Hurdles
3000m Steeplechase
4X100 m
4X400 m
High Jump
Pole Vault
Long Jump
Triple Jump
Shot Put
Discus Throw
Hammer Throw
Javelin Throw
Decathlon
Marathon
Marathon and 50 km Walking Course
20 km Walk
50 km Walk
20 km Walking Course
(Women)
100 m
200 m
400 m
800 m
80 m Hurdles
4X100 m
High Jump
Long Jump
Shot Put
Discus Throw
Javelin Throw
Pentathlon
ROWING
Time Table
Single Sculls
Double Sculls
Pair-Oars without Cox
Pair-Oars with Cox
Four-Oars without Cox
Four-Oars with Cox
Eight-Oars with Cox
BASKET-BALL
Basket-Ball events
BOXING
Time Table
Fly-weight
Bantam-weight
Feather-weight
Light-weight

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286

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351

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357
360
362
365
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Light Welter-weight
Welter-weight
Light Middle-weight
Middle-weight
Light Heavy-weight
Heavy-weight
CANOEING
Time Table
(Men)
1000 m K-1
1000 m K-2
1000 m K-4
1000 m C-1
1000 m C-2
(Women)
500 m K-1
500 m K-2
CYCLING
Time Table
1000 m Time Trial
4000 m Team Pursuit Race
4000 m Individual Pursuit Race
Team Time Trial and Individual Road Race Course
Individual Road Race
Team Road Race Time Trial
Scratch Sprint Race
Tandem Sprint Race
FENCING
Schedule
(Men)
Foil, Individual
Foil, Team
Epée, Individual
Epée, Team
FOOTBALL
Sabre, Individual
Sabre, Team
(Ladies)
Foil, Individual
Foil, Team
Football events
GYMNASTICS
Time Table
(Men)
Individual Classification
Competition by Apparatus
Floor Exercise
Side Horse
Rings
Long Horse Vault
Parallel Bars
Horizontal Bar
Team Classification
(Women)
Individual Classification
Competition by Apparatus
Horse Vault
Uneven Parallel Bars

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382

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407
408

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456

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462
465
468
471
474
477
480
483
486
488
491
494
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503
506

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514

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517
520

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525
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Balance Beam
Floor Exercise
Team Classification
WEIGHT-LIFTING
Time Table
Bantam-weight
Feather-weight
Light-weight
Middle-weight
Light Heavy-weight
Middle Heavy-weight
Heavy-weight
HOCKEY
Hockey events
JUDO
Time Table
Light-weight
Middle-weight
Heavy-weight
All-weights
WRESTLING
Time Table
Free style . Fly-weight
Free style . Bantam-weight
Free style . Feather-weight
Free style . Light-weight
Free style . Welter-weight
Free style . Middle-weight
Free style . Light Heavy-weight
Free style . Heavy-weight
Greco Roman style . Fly-weight
Greco Roman style . Bantam-weight
Greco Roman style . Feather-weight
Greco Roman style . Light-weight
Greco Roman style . Welter-weight
Greco Roman style . Middle-weight
Greco Roman style . Light Heavy-weight
Greco Roman style . Heavy-weight
SWIMMING & DIVING
Daily Programme
(Men)
100 m Free style
400 m Free style
1500 m Free style
200 m Breast stroke
200 m Back stroke
200 m Butterfly stroke
400 m Individual Medley
4X100 m Free style relay
4X200 m Free style relay
4X100 m Medley relay
(Women)
100 m Free style
400 m Free style
200 m Breast stroke
100 m Back stroke
100 m Butterfly stroke
400 m Individual Medley

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4X100 m Free style relay
4X100 m Medley relay
Springboard Diving-Men
High Diving-Men
Springboard Diving-Ladies
High Diving-Ladies
MODERN PENTATHLON
Time Table
Modern Pentathlon, Individual
Modern Pentathlon, Team
Results by Event
Riding, Individual
Riding, Team
Fencing, Individual
Fencing, Team
Shooting, Individual
Shooting, Team
Swimming, Individual
Swimming, Team
Running, Individual
Running, Team
EQUESTRIAN SPORTS
Time Table
Grand Prix Dressage, Individual
Grand Prix Dressage, Team
Three-Day Event, Individual
Three-Day Event, Team
Dressage Test, Individual
Endurance Test, Individual
Three-Day Event Courses
Sketch of Obstacles used for Endurance of the Three-Day Event
Jumping Test, Individual
Olympic Grand Prix Jumping, Individual
Olympic Grand Prix Jumping, Team
Course for Olympic Grand Prix Jumping
SHOOTING
Time Table
Free Rifle
Small Bore Rifle, 3 positions
Small Bore Rifle, prone position
Free Pistol
Rapid Fire Pistol
Clay Pigeon
VOLLEY-BALL
Volley-Ball Game Schedule
Men's League
Women's League
WATER-POLO
Water-Polo events
YACHTING
Schedule
Yachting Race Area
5.5 m class
Dragon class
Star class
Flying Dutchman class
Finn class

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720

THE STORY OF NEW RECORDS ATTAINED
New records established during the Tokyo Olympic Games
Athletics
Swimming
Weight-Lifting
Shooting
COMPARISON OF AVERAGE RECORDS FOR EACH
SPORT OF THE PAST FOUR OLYMPIC GAMES
Athletics
Rowing
Canoeing
Cycling
Weight-Lifting
Swimming
Shooting



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