Entertainment Thomas Bach Against the rest of the world: New motto against old problems with Olympia

19:55  20 july  2021
19:55  20 july  2021 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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Olympia has a new motto. Thomas Bach has been changed in "faster, higher, stronger - together". A transparent maneuver.

Thomas Bach versucht, den olympischen Laden irgendwie zusammenzuhalten. © Photo: Imago Thomas Bach tries to keep the Olympic shop somehow together.

faster, higher, stronger, "is no longer enough Thomas Bach. And so the International Olympic Committee has changed the Olympic Olympic Motto to "faster, higher, stronger - together". Sounds a lot more friendly.

For common ground, the Olympic Movement was actually reliable only then when it came to earning more money with the achievements of her athletes. Otherwise, the interests of individuals were already more important than the thing themselves.

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also therefore the attempt by Thomas Bach acts to summon the Olympic Spirit before the Tokyo Games, somewhat endeavors. How much in recent weeks and months. Olympia has just not the best reputation , the Olympic has become almost to the Gallic village - only that the IOC in Tokyo becomes the role of the aggressor and not that of the attacked.

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Because there are only a few who can understand why a sports pectacle just has to be pulled through all the time at this time. Thomas Bach wants at least his athletes around him, for which Olympia still means the world. It is a transparent maneuver, but much more is left for the IOC. At least the own ranks should remain closed, the headwind is already enough.

instead of "faster, higher, stronger - together" many Japanese probably favored a motto in which it says: "Fast, higher, stronger - responsible". But why would it still need the IOC?

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