It is coming to a head: Now held the OLYMPICS-crisis meeting

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will, at the beginning of the next week hold one or more digital krisemøder as a result of the spread of coronavirus.

It is coming to a head: Now held the OLYMPICS-crisis meeting

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will, at the beginning of the next week hold one or more digital krisemøder as a result of the spread of coronavirus.

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
15 mart 2020 Sunday 16:21
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It is coming to a head: Now held the OLYMPICS-crisis meeting

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will, at the beginning of the next week hold one or more digital krisemøder as a result of the spread of coronavirus.

IOC president Thomas Bach will inform the national sports federations, specialforbundene and the athletes ' representatives on the current situation. It tells the IOC-sources to the French news agency AFP.

According to the AFP considers a crisis meeting place on Tuesday. The Danish sports confederation (DIF) will provide to Ritzau, that the DIF, like a number of other national federations are invited to participate in a meeting on Wednesday morning.

It is unknown whether the IOC has planned one or more meetings with the OLYMPIC stakeholders.

An item on the agenda is amongst others to be wiser on how the OLYMPIC qualification round to take place in several of the sports which have been hit hard by cancellations.

The alliance also get the opportunity to inquire into the things that the unions are in doubt due to the unforeseen virus outbreaks, as they can express any concerns to the IOC-top.

As a result of coronaviruses are a large number of international sporting events have been cancelled in recent and coming weeks. Friday was Japan's prime minister, Shinzo Abe, is to say that the OLYMPICS will be played as scheduled.

he Gets right into it, there is the opening ceremony in the japanese city 24. July, and the games will last until 9. august.

It will hardly be resolved in the coming week, on the OLYMPICS can be held as scheduled.

Thursday told IOC president Thomas Bach, they will follow the recommendations from the world health Organization (WHO), when he was asked for a possible TIME delay.

Updated: 15.03.2020 16:21
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