Australia DBS raises the alarm after the lockdown is extended: "Great dangers for sport"

15:20  26 november  2020
15:20  26 november  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The German Disabled Sports Association (DSB) recognizes a great danger for sport in the extension of the lockdown and calls for more foresight on the part of politicians. It is "a fine line between the necessary responsibility and growing worry lines for the future - both with a view to rehabilitation sports as well as popular sports," said DBS President Friedhelm Julius Beucher.

Der DBS sieht Gefahren für den Sport durch den Lockdown © LOUAI BESHARA The DBS sees dangers for sport from the lockdown

The decision-makers must also be clear: "The longer the restrictions last, the harder the consequences will hit us," says Beucher: "On the one hand, financially for the associations and the Clubs, on the other hand we see the danger that lasting psycho-social consequences will prevail if sports offers are canceled for a long time - or possibly even permanently canceled, "explained the 74-year-old:" A longer lockdown also harbors great dangers for sport. "

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The DBS fears for a generation of athletes. "We have to be careful that we do not lose large numbers of members, trainers and other volunteers as well as large numbers of sports facilities through the new lockdown," said Beucher. DBS Vice President Katrin Kunert added: "We are concerned that there will be even fewer offers in the future due to financial difficulties due to the restrictions and consequently even fewer people with disabilities will be physically active."

Sport is an "engine of inclusion and an important component for people with disabilities to participate in social life", Kunert continues. The authorities should therefore make a responsible resumption of sports activities possible, "taking into account protection against infection and the necessary hygiene measures". "Our clubs have already developed comprehensive and careful concepts which, if strictly adhered to, should make sports possible again," says Beucher.

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