Offbeat shoot: Geis brings Second Quick Fire Ticket for Tokyo
Japan says Olympics must not burden medical systems
US-OLYMPICS-2020-SURFING:Japan says Olympics must not burden medical systemsTOKYO (Reuters) - The Olympics must not be a burden on medical systems, Japan's chief government spokesman said on Friday, amid worries that daily athlete testing will tax health resources already stressed in fighting a rebound of COVID-19 cases.
Sports Disposals Oliver Geis has secured the second ticket for the summer games in Tokyo (July 8th to 8th August) with the Quick Fire Pistol.
Sports Disposals Oliver Geis has secured the second ticket for the summer games in Tokyo (July 23 to 8 August) with the Quick Fire Pistol. Thus, the 29-year-old will represent the German Schützenbund (DSB) in this discipline as well as in 2016 in Rio together with Olympic champion Christian Reitz (both Kriftel). In the decisive duel, Geis sat down in Suhl against Aaron Sauter (Ludwigsburg).
"It was a mulmy feel before," Geis said, "an internal qualification is something special. You shoot something about his own buddy, which you have as a friend and not as an opponent, that's a funny feeling."
until the games is a lot of work in front of national coach Detlef Glenz. "The results of Aaron and Oli were not very strong, but the better has won," he said.
In Rio, Reitz had gained gold in his third Olympic Games, while Geis became his debut 17th. Reitz, Beijing Olympiadriter 2008, his renewed participation had already secured in the first part of the qualification in March in Wiesbaden.
Arson suspect sought as brush fire near LA's exclusive Pacific Palisades forces evacuations .
LA County officials looked for a potential arsonist who might have set off a fire that forced 1,000 to evacuate near Topanga Canyon.Cool and wet conditions overnight helped prevent the Palisades Fire from spreading beyond the 750 acres it had reached Saturday, but the LA Fire Department said in an update Sunday morning that warming weather and afternoon winds may push the blaze northwest – threatening homes – as it rips through dense mountain vegetation that “is very dry and has not burned in 50+ years.