After an unprecedented delay, the 2020 Summer Olympics are set to begin in Tokyo this week.

The Washington Post’s Barry Svrluga and Adam Kilgore are in Japan with 13 other reporters and editors from the newsroom. Svrluga is a sports columnist for The Post who’s covered every Olympics since the 2004 Summer Games in Athens. Kilgore has been writing about sports for The Post since he graduated from college, including several Olympics — though none of the past Games has been quite like this.

Svrluga and Kilgore answered your questions on what it’s like reporting on the Olympics while Japan contends with the coronavirus pandemic and much more.

Here are some of the questions they answered:

Read the full transcript.

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Eliza Goren, an editor on The Post’s audience team, produced this Q&A.