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World Heike Drechsler for Olympic Games: Japan creates the

12:45  13 april  2021
12:45  13 april  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The two-time Olympic champion Heike Drechsler has pronounced himself for the planned discharge of the Olympic Games in Tokyo and brings great confidence to the hosts in the Pandemic.

Glaubt an die Austragung der Sommerspiele in Tokio: Heike Drechsler harkt bei den deutschen Jugendmeisterschaften in der Weitsprunggrube. © Stefan Puchner / DPA believes in the discharge of the summer games in Tokyo: Heike Drechsler struggles with the German youth championships in the long jump pit.

«Of course the games should take place. I know Japan: as good as those organized there will be not burning. I am convinced that creates that. That's a giant challenge, but if everyone pulls on a strand, then that can flap well, "said the long-jump gold medal winner of 1992 and 2000 of the German Press Agency.

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"It's a challenge, everyone has to set themselves up," said the 56-year-old Drechsler to the debate about the mega event to be opened in 100 days. "In the end, Japan has to decide himself, but for the athletes there is so much tuned. Decisive is that all are protected that the risk is calculated and limited. "

rather twinites is Waldemar Cierpinski, Marathon Olympic Champion of 1976 and 1980. Cierpinski finds it difficult to clearly position itself in this dynamic situation. "There are still 100 days, but I'm not sure that they take place in the current constellation," said the 70-year-old Hallenser. "I have abdominal pain, especially if you see what is going on, for example, in countries like India or Brazil." As a sportsman he would go when the framework conditions would be clearly regulated: "But in the end, health is more important than anything else."

Heide Ecker Rosendahl is strictly against the turnover of the Tokyo Games. "That's no Olympic games for me," said the 74-year-old gold medal winner of Munich 1972 of the DPA. "Athletes are sold for a shunt for sponsors to keep them with the bar." Throughout the Corona restrictions, there will hardly be a warmth among athletes in the Olympic village. "If I were a sportswoman today, I would not go to Tokyo."

Maik Bullmann, 1992 Ringer Olympic champion, described the summer games as a "immense challenge for all involved" - administrative, energetic and financially. "But you should do everything that can be done that they can take place on schedule," said today's young talent.

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