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The Algerian cyclist Azzedine Lagab responded to the racist derailment of the German wheel sports director Patrick Moster. "Well, there is no camel race at Olympia, so I run cycling. At least I was in Tokyo, "wrote Lagab on Twitter.
In Olympic single time trial, Moster had taken care of a score when he fired the Cologne Nikia's Arndt with racist words to catch up with the Lagb. Moster had apologized for his wording, with the German Olympic Sports Federation (DOSB) had given it a clarifying conversation. Further consequences were previously off.
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to Arndt itself had also convicted by the Olympic Rick Zabel Mosters derailment as one of a few athletes. "On the one hand, I understand all athletes who do not say anything because they are afraid of themselves to get into the weft line, if one expresses his opinion or simply nominated for an EM, WM or Olympia," wrote the Professional and son of the former cycling star Erik Zabel at Instagram. "Even if I'm not there for the Olympic Games, I am ashamed of the statements."
Zabel criticized that after the race, there was only a "lapidare apology". "Personally, I can not understand that according to this behavior, not immediate consequences have been made by the BDR or DOSB.» If you want to portray the Olympic values and anti-racism campaigns sustainably believably, such an incident should not be tolerated.
worries about monastery globes weight! Thus, the Federal Trainer .
Chief Federal Trainer Annett Stein reacts after the appearance of Konstanze Klosterhallen at Olympia on worried voices. The athlete even trembles in front of cold. © Provided by sport1.de worries about monasteryhallen weight! So the national coach reacts thinner than healthy? After the appearance of the German top runner Konstanze Klosterhalfen in the Olympic 10,000 m race of Tokyo, Chief Federal Trainer Annett Stein responded to worried voices and referred to the condition of 24-year-old as no