US News Bach praises Corona Tour: "Can learn a lot from them"

15:40  27 september  2020
15:40  27 september  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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IOC-Präsident Thomas Bach © DENIS BALIBOUSE IOC President Thomas Bach

IOC President Thomas Bach has once again praised the Tour de France as a positive example of the implementation of a major sporting event during the corona crisis . "We can learn from them, even if the Olympic Games are much more complex to organize. That corresponds to 33 world championships in different sports at the same time," said the President of the International Olympic Committee on Sunday during his visit to the Road World Championships in Imola.

When "coping with such a complex situation by providing a safe environment", cycling had sent a signal, added Bach, who followed the World Championship road race on Sunday with UCI President David Lappartient on the home straight of the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari.

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Bach was confident that the summer games postponed to 2021 can take place in Tokyo. "Experts have told us that one or more vaccines will be available by the beginning of next year. We can also rely on rapid tests with results after 15-20 minutes," said Bach.

Bach also emphasized that it wanted to "adapt to the world of the coronavirus or post-coronavirus". "This is the real world," said the 66-year-old. Many of the measures that will be taken for the Tokyo Games could also apply to the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and even affect the 2024 Summer Games in Paris, Bach said.

"We are in talks with the organizers in Paris," said Bach. Regardless of the corona pandemic, they want to hold on to the number of athletes in Tokyo. "We do not want the athletes to suffer from this situation. The number of athletes will not be reduced," said the IOC chief.

criticism from the Federal Audit Office: is the railway getting too much money for coping with corona? .
The damage estimate was made in May - and, according to the auditors, is long out of date. Aid should only be paid out gradually. © imago images / Sven Simon The train should get back on track. Just not with too much tax money, demands the Federal Audit Office. Deutsche Bahn AG is to receive five billion euros in tax money this year as compensation for Corona losses .

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