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    Tokyo 2021





    "Bầu đoàn phu tử"






    Ban tổ chức Olympic Tokyo: Vận động viên nữ có con sơ sinh được mang con theo


    Một địa điểm trong Làng Olympic Tokyo 2020

    Các bà mẹ còn đang nuôi con sơ sinh sẽ được phép đưa con đến Thế vận hội Tokyo khi cần thiết, các nhà tổ chức của kỳ Olympic 2020 nói với Reuters hôm thứ Tư 30/6.

    Các nhà tổ chức đã cấm người nhà của các vận động viên đến dự Thế vận hội do các quy tắc về an toàn thời đại dịch COVID-19, trong khi khán giả nước ngoài cũng bị loại trừ, còn số lượng khản giả trong nước Nhật sẽ bị giới hạn.

    Một số vận động viên đã than phiền rằng họ bị buộc phải lựa chọn giữa Thế vận hội và con nhỏ của họ, nhưng phía ban tổ chức cho Reuters biết qua một email rằng hạn chế đã được nới lỏng.

    "Do Thế vận hội Tokyo 2020 sẽ diễn ra trong thời kỳ đại dịch, chúng tôi rất tiếc không thể cho phép người nhà của vận động viên hoặc vợ, chồng đi cùng với họ đến Thế vận hội", ban tổ chức cho biết, và thông báo thêm rằng: "Tuy nhiên, sau khi cân nhắc kỹ lưỡng về tình huống đặc biệt đối với một số vận động viên còn đang nuôi con nhỏ, chúng tôi xin xác nhận rằng, trong trường hợp cần thiết, trẻ em còn đang bú mớm sẽ có thể đi cùng các vận động viên đến Nhật Bản".

    Vấn đề này trở thành tin tức sau khi vận động viên bóng rổ người Canada, Kim Gaucher, cho hay chị buộc phải quyết định giữa việc "làm mẹ cho con bú hay làm vận động viên Olympic" vì không thể đưa con gái 3 tháng tuổi đến Tokyo.

    Vận động viên chạy đường dài người Mỹ Aliphine Tuliamuk cũng phàn nàn về vấn đề này, nói rằng chị "không thể tưởng tượng" được chuyện sẽ đến Thế vận hội mà không có con gái còn đang bú mớm đi cùng.

    Cầu thủ bóng đá Mỹ Alex Morgan nói rằng việc "cho phép các bà mẹ có thể đưa con của họ đi cùng khi họ thi đấu" là điều quan trọng.

    Ban tổ chức cho biết các trẻ em còn đang bú mớm phải ở trong các khách sạn đã được phê duyệt vì khu nhà ở của Làng Olympic là khu vực cấm đối với tất cả mọi người, chỉ trừ các vận động viên và lãnh đạo các đoàn.

    Thế vận hội Tokyo 2020, bị hoãn hồi năm ngoái vì đại dịch COVID-19, sẽ bắt đầu vào ngày 23/7 tới.


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    Sao ai cũng khen người Nhật làm việc đúng giờ trong khi họ tổ chức Olympic bị trễ cả năm?

    Một lần bất tín vạn lần bất tin.

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    Làng có bịnh: Thế vận hội .... hay sắp sửa trở thành "Thế bịnh hội"?


    First COVID-19 case found at Tokyo Olympics athletes' village

    Visitor from abroad involved in organizing Games tests positive


    The Athletes Village in Tokyo: An Olympic staffer from overseas has tested positive for COVID-19 at the facility housing the athletes, adding to safety concerns over the Games. © Reuters
    July 17, 2021 13:31 JST


    TOKYO (Reuters) -- A person has tested positive for COVID-19 at the Tokyo Olympics athletes' village, organizers said on Saturday, in the first such case that adds to concerns about infections at the Games which begin next week.

    Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto confirmed that a visitor from abroad who is involved in organizing the Games had tested positive. He would not reveal the person's nationality, citing privacy concerns.

    The Tokyo 2020 Olympics, postponed for a year due to the global pandemic, is being held mostly without spectators and under tight quarantine rules.

    Athletes are just starting to arrive for the Games which run July 23 through Aug. 8.

    Japan's public has been lukewarm about the Games amid a resurgence in new coronavirus infections and worries that an influx of foreign visitors may help turn the Tokyo Olympics into a super-spreader event, which in turn could put further strain on Japan's already stretched medical system.

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    Honduracists?

    Germany walk off after alleged racial abuse in Olympics warmup
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    The German men’s Olympic team left the pitch five minutes before the end of their warmup game against Honduras on Saturday after defender Jordan Torunarigha was allegedly racially abused.

    The game, played behind closed doors in Wakayama, was tied at 1-1 at the time of the incident, which the Honduras national team said was a misunderstanding. “The game has ended 5 minutes early with the score at 1-1. The Germany players left the pitch after Jordan Torunarigha was racially abused,” the national team said on Twitter.
    Chửi thì chửi đồng đều luôn cả đội, đỡ phiền phức hơn chửi lẻ tẻ.

    Vơ đủ cả đám.

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    IOC makes South Korea remove banners from Olympic village



    South Korea removes banners referring to 16th-century war between Korea and Japan after IOC ruled it was provocative.


    17 Jul 2021

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Honduracists?

    Chửi thì chửi đồng đều luôn cả đội, đỡ phiền phức hơn chửi lẻ tẻ.

    Vơ đủ cả đám.

    Thời nay kỳ quá, mới chửi có mấy câu là dán cho cái nhãn kỳ thị rồi bỏ đi hà.

    Bai đờ quay, Honduras nghe đồn nằm chung bảng với Tân Tây Lan và Nam Hàn, chửi coi chừng bị oánh. Mấy em Nam Hàn "thấy nhỏ nhưng có võ": Thần khẩu hại xác phàm.

    PS: Nghe đồn có anh lực sĩ nào ở Phi Châu, mới tới Tokyo đã bỏ trốn để lại tờ giấy là "Tôi muốn làm việc ở Nhật"
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    Two athletes test positive for COVID-19 in Tokyo Olympic Village
    First infections confirmed among athletes in Olympic Village stoke concerns over virus spreading during the event.


    The Olympic Village is meant to be a bubble for about 11,000 athletes who have travelled to Japan for the games opening on Friday [File: Tingshu Wang/Reuters]
    18 Jul 2021
    Two athletes living in the Olympic Village have become the first to test positive for COVID-19 just days before the Tokyo Games are set to begin on Friday.

    Olympic organisers confirmed the positive tests on Sunday, saying the two athletes were from the same country but were not Japanese, without revealing their names or other details.

    The positive tests have further stoked concerns over the virus infiltrating the tightly controlled event, in particular, the Olympic Village, meant to be a bubble for about 11,000 athletes who have travelled to Japan for the games, which were postponed from 2020 amid the pandemic.

    Organisers on Sunday reported 10 new cases connected to the Olympics, including a third athlete who was not staying in the village, down from 15 new cases a day earlier.

    South Africa also reported three positive cases in its football squad – two players and an analyst. It was not immediately clear if those cases were identified as part of the same testing programme.


    Meanwhile, on Saturday, the first International Olympic Committee member also tested positive for COVID-19 while entering a Tokyo airport.

    The committee identified the member as Ryu Seung-min of South Korea, who won an Olympic gold medal in table tennis in the 2004 Olympics. He was reportedly being held in isolation and was asymptomatic.

    ‘A bad sign’
    Organisers say since July 1, 55 people linked to the Olympics have reported positive tests. However, the accounting does not include athletes or others who may have arrived for training camps but are not yet under the “jurisdiction” of the organising committee.

    With the majority of the Japanese public already against hosting the games amid the pandemic, the most recent infections are likely to further unnerve citizens, said Jeff Kingston, director of Asian Studies at Temple University in Japan.

    “This is a bad sign as thousands of athletes are arriving this week, and there’ll be more than 50,000 Olympic related guests also arriving, just as the Delta variant is swirling around the globe and vaccination here are just 20 percent [of the population],” he told Al Jazeera.

    “A lot of things can’t be known … and the big question mark over these Olympics is that about 80 percent of the Japanese people did not think it was a good idea to go forward,” he said.

    Tokyo and three neighbouring prefectures will be under a state of emergency when the games open on Friday. Fans, both from Japan and abroad, are barred from all Olympic events in those areas.

    The emergency order lasts until August 22. The games close on August 8.

    Tokyo recorded 1,410 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, the highest in six months. It was the 28th straight day that cases were higher than seven previous days.

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    Đánh vật với covid sẽ được công nhận là một thứ thể thao mới ở Olympics.

    - gold medal for track and trace
    - gold medal for shelter in place
    - gold medal for lock down
    - gold medal for super spreading
    - gold medal for covid testing
    - gold medal for vaccination
    ...

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    Tennis star Coco Gauff has dropped out of the Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19



    17-year-old Coco Gauff is a rising star in US tennis. AP Photo/Ben Curtis

    Tennis star Coco Gauff announced on Sunday that she would be dropping out of the Tokyo Olympic games following a positive COVID-19 test.

    The 17-year-old tennis phenom from Atlanta, Georgia, wrote on Twitter that she was "so disappointed to share the news that I have tested positive for COVID and won't be able to play in the Olympic Games in Tokyo."

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    Thứ Sáu tuần qua, một lực sĩ cử tạ của Uganda đã bỏ trốn khi đến Nhựt dự thế vận hội. Đứa bé 20 tuổi này để lại mảnh giấy trong phòng viết rằng cậu ta "muốn ở lại Nhựt làm việc".

    Nhựt Bổn là một trong 7 cường quốc tự do tiếp nhận người xin tị nạn ít nhất.



    Missing Ugandan athlete leaves note saying he wants to work in Japan
    July 16 06:02 pm JST 70 Comments
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    A Ugandan athlete who took part in pre-Olympic training camp in western Japan has gone missing, leaving a note to the effect of, "I want to work in Japan," local officials said Friday, with police now conducting a search in a case that may raise further questions about the safety of the games to be held amid the coronavirus pandemic.

    Julius Ssekitoleko, a 20-year-old weightlifter staying in Izumisano, Osaka Prefecture, purchased at a local station a shinkansen (bullet train) ticket to Nagoya, about 200 kilometers away, the city said, nearly a day since the athlete was last seen.

    Ssekitoleko, who missed a spot for the Olympics after arriving in Japan last month, said in the note left at his hotel that he does not want to return to Uganda because life there is difficult and asked members of his delegation to give his belongings to his wife in his home country, according to the city.

    He was not at his hotel when an official attempted to receive his sample for coronavirus testing at around noon Friday, the city said, adding he was last seen at around 12:30 a.m. by a teammate.

    All delegation members must submit their samples for COVID-19 testing in the morning.

    The development just a week before the opening of the Olympics may fuel concerns over the anti-virus measures in place by the games' organizers, which have said athletes will only be allowed to go to limited locations and will not come into contact with locals.

    The organizers have repeatedly said the Tokyo Games can be held safely, but public skepticism remains high especially due to a surge in COVID-19 infections in the Japanese capital.

    The nine-member Ugandan delegation arrived at Narita airport near Tokyo on June 19 as one of the first teams to come to Japan for the games, but two members have tested positive for the coronavirus.

    In a statement sent to Kyodo News, Beatrice Ayikoru, the chef de mission of the Ugandan delegation, admitted that Ssekitoleko has gone missing and said that he was due to head home with his coach next Tuesday.

    "We, during our regular team briefings both in Uganda and in Japan, emphasized inter alia the need to respect the immigration regulations of Japan and not opt to leave the camp without authorization," the chief of the team said, adding it is cooperating with local authorities in trying to locate him.

    The athlete answered his phone when an official in Uganda called him at around 6 p.m., but he said he was not in a situation to talk and hung up, according to the city.

    The ticket to Nagoya was purchased around 6:30 a.m., it said. The central city is the prefectural capital of Aichi, where about 150 Ugandan people -- the second-largest in Japan -- were living as of late last year, according to government data released Friday.

    Following the two COVID-19 cases on the team, Ugandan athletes only started training in the western Japan city last week after they had refrained from doing so.

    The first Ugandan member in his 50s had tested positive for the virus upon arrival at the airport. While the remaining eight members traveled to Izumisano, a second person in their 20s was found to be infected, raising concern over Japan's border control measures.

    Izumisano has not revealed whether Ssekitoleko was the member who had tested positive for the virus, citing privacy reasons.

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