Tokyo was awarded the 2020 Summer Olympics on Saturday, capitalizing on its reputation as a "safe pair of hands" and defying concerns about the Fukushima nuclear crisis.
Tokyo beat Istanbul 60-36 in the final round of voting by the International Olympic Committee in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Madrid was eliminated earlier after an initial tie with Istanbul.
The Japanese capital, which hosted the 1964 games, billed itself as the reliable choice at a time of global political and economic uncertainty. It had been on the defensive because of concerns over the leak of radioactive water from the 2011 tsunami-crippled plant.
"The situation is under control," Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.
The 2016 games are in Rio de Janeiro.
Americans Jozy Altidore, Geoff Cameron and Matt Besler are suspended for Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Mexico at Columbus, Ohio., after getting yellow cards in Friday's 3-1 loss at Costa Rica. And Michael Bradley is out with a sprained ankle. "Guys have to step up," said U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann, who added Earthquakes defender Clarence Goodson and Joe Corona, Brad Davis and Jose Torres to the roster.
The Ticos (4-1-2) are in first in the final round of CONCACAF qualifying with 14 points, one ahead of the U.S. (4-2-1) with three games left. Honduras (3-3-1) has 10 points after a 2-1 upset win at Mexico (1-2-5). Panama (1-2-4) is fifth, followed by Jamaica (0-4-3). Mexico fired coach Jose Manuel De la Torre after the loss, replacing him with Luis Fernando Tena.
Mauro Diaz and Jair Benitez scored in the final five minutes to lift FC Dallas (10-7-10) to a 3-1 win over Vancouver (10-10-7). Dallas moved three points ahead of Vancouver for sixth in the Western Conference.
Hall of Famer Brett Hull, St. Louis' career leading scorer, is rejoining the organization in the front office. Hull, 49, had his No. 16 jersey retired in 2006.