Claims to the IOC: Who has the longer breath?

no one knows what the Olympic games will be held next year in Tokyo. If ever the Olympic games will be held in 52 weeks, which appear at least in this respect,

Claims to the IOC: Who has the longer breath?

no one knows what the Olympic games will be held next year in Tokyo. If ever the Olympic games will be held in 52 weeks, which appear at least in this respect, almost unpredictable. In view of this, it sounds like anything other than spectacular, what athletes in Germany, addressed on Tuesday in the Form of a press release to the International Olympic Committee and its athletes ' Commission. But the repetition of claims from a telephone conference with the IOC athletes Commission in March contains claims that appear at the end of July 2020 is hardly realistic. Adequate conditions for training and qualification processes – for all? Or: "The Anti-Doping systems need to be intact." Nice Thought.

there Was the time, for all, at the same time, in the run-up to the Olympic games? And as Alfons Hörmann, President of the German Olympic sports Confederation, "the mirror said," in may? "This is the problem or the disadvantage" – the possibility of (even) more Doping – "one must live, then, in the next year. Otherwise, you would have to do without the games. No one wants that.“

And now write these idealists to the IOC, whose members just now, on the Online Session last week, with devotion addresses Devotion to its President Thomas Bach, the Olympic cult of personality to new heights driven. And challenge, on top of that, first of all, genuine. Secondly, Transparency. Thirdly, Accountability. And if you have questions for the postponement of the games and in the case of Bach announced the participation of the Olympic Charter, so the self-marketing of athletes and the question of political protest during the Competition and award ceremony procedures to the rules 40 and 50. What can you say? Good luck, your Hippies, when trying to meters thick with cynicism armored bubble of the Olympic Association's policy of being with the butterfly net to capture?

Updated Date: 22 July 2020, 07:20

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