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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Thứ Sáu tuần qua, một lực sĩ cử tạ của Uganda đã bỏ trốn khi đến Nhựt dự thế vận hội.
    Vậy là đoạt huy chương vàng môn tàng hình và môn cao chạy xa bay.

    Cải vận (mạng) hội.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Vậy là đoạt huy chương vàng môn tàng hình và môn cao chạy xa bay.

    Cải vận (mạng) hội.

    Gần như lần nào tổ chức thế vận hội
    cũng có lực sĩ bỏ trốn ở lại. Ngoại trừ
    tổ chức ở tàu.

    Huy chương này nếu có, không phải
    là huy chương vàng, mà là huy chương
    kim cương. Một xanh cỏ hai đỏ ngực.
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    Thường thường người ta cũng chờ hết chương trình, ráng tranh tài chút đỉnh rồi mới tàng hình.

    Dù sao thì xin ở lại Nhật cũng dễ hiểu, dễ đồng tình. Hy vọng ảnh được ở lại sống yên ổn.

    Đất lành người ở đậu.

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    A Ugandan athlete who fled during pre-Olympics training in western Japan last week has been found and is being interviewed by police, officials say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngocdam66 View Post
    A Ugandan athlete who fled during pre-Olympics training in western Japan last week has been found and is being interviewed by police, officials say.
    Quote Originally Posted by ốc
    Đất lành người ở đậu.


    20 chưa biết mình lành. Sao cậu bé không
    trốn tiếp ngay qua Nam Hàn. Ở Nhựt không
    biết có lành không.

    • Ở đây là một danh sách dài sọc các cầu thủ, cua-rơ, lực sĩ điền kinh, lực sĩ bảy món ăn chơi tám món ăn giỡn, lực sĩ bơi lội, nhảy xa, việt dã, thể dục dụng cụ, chèo ghe, bóng rổ ....v.vv của Đông Đức cũ đã từng trốn ở lại Tây Đức cũ: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuite_...ique_allemande

    • Còn đây là vụ lực sĩ Thành Được cũng trốn lại Đức năm 1984 xong trốn tiếp qua Mỹ (thời đó người ta gọi là bị bắt cóc, rất nhiều người muốn bị bắt cóc như lực sĩ Thành Được mà mới đây bị Tô Lâm bắt về hết): https://vi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Th%C3%...6%B0%E1%BB%A3c




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    Có người mới viết "PM" cho tui "nhắc tuồng"
    rằng ôn Thành Được là nghệ sĩ chứ không
    phải lực sĩ. Tui xin trả lời rằng, người có hai
    đời vợ, rồi đoạt huy chương vàng của giải
    Thanh Thanh Ốc trong bộ môn tàng hình thì
    phải là người rất mạnh mẽ. Người mạnh mẽ
    thì người ta gọi là lực sĩ.
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    Còn 2 ngày nữa khai mạc mà đã có tổng cộng 75 người bị nhiễm trùng covid-19.


    Does Japan have Covid under control?
    By Reality Check team
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    GETTY IMAGES - Members of the Australian rowing team arrive in Tokyo

    With the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics due to start on Friday, more than 70 people associated with the Games have tested positive
    .

    The head of the Tokyo 2020 organising committee has not ruled out cancelling the games in the light of rising infections.

    How many cases are there at the Olympics?

    Data collected by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) shows that as of 21 July, a total of 75 Covid cases had been recorded since 1 July linked to the Olympics.

    This includes not just athletes, but also employees of the Olympics organising committee, of national committees and contractors and others employees and volunteers working on the games, as well as members of the media.

    The majority of the cases are among Japanese contractors working at Olympic sites. However, some athletes have also tested positive.

    There are strict Covid safety rules in place inside venues for both competitors and officials, and athletes and others are being tested daily.

    Have Covid cases been rising in Japan?
    New infections have been edging up again across Japan since late June, after an earlier surge in cases peaking in mid-May.

    On 20 July, the Ministry of Health reported 3,743 new cases.

    That's 1,425 cases more than the previous day, with the weekly average for new cases also up on the average for the previous week.

    However, the daily numbers are not at the level they were in May, when at several points, more than 7,000 cases a day were recorded.

    How will Covid change the Olympics?

    In the host city of Tokyo, experts have said the daily infection rate needs to fall below 100 in order to hold the Games safely.



    Case numbers did fall from mid-May, going below 400 a day. But that decline has now reversed and infections are rising sharply.

    The city's health authorities reported a seven-day average of more than 1,100 cases a day on both 19 and 20 July.

    A state of emergency is in force in Tokyo, and Olympic events there and in Fukushima prefecture will take place without spectators.

    Miyagi and Shizuoka regions will allowed a limited number of spectators at venues.

    For Tokyo, there will be specific measures in place such as limits on opening hours for bars and restaurants, and restrictions on serving alcohol.

    Residents of the capital have also been advised to avoid non-essential journeys, wear masks and work from home.

    How many people has Japan vaccinated?

    As of 19 July, just over 34% of the country's population had been vaccinated with at least one dose - and 22% were fully vaccinated.

    The US, France and Germany have between 40% and 50% of their populations fully vaccinated, and in the UK, 53% of people are fully vaccinated.

    Japan only started vaccinating people in February, later than most other developed nations.

    The Pfizer jab was, for some months, the only approved vaccine in Japan.

    This process took longer because Japan insisted on doing its own trials alongside the tests done internationally.


    REUTERS - Japan's vaccine programme is being ramped up

    Officials say this was done to build confidence in the vaccine, according to the Asahi Shimbun newspaper.

    Historical concerns surrounding side effects have contributed to hesitancy towards inoculations in the past.

    An Imperial College London study of 15 countries found that Japan had the lowest levels of trust towards the coronavirus vaccines.

    The rollout has also been hampered by supply shortages and logistical hurdles.

    Japanese law only permitted doctors and nurses to carry out vaccinations, but the rules were relaxed to allow dentists, paramedics and clinicians to give jabs in order to bolster the vaccine drive.

    The number of doses administered daily did rise throughout May and most of June, but appears to have tailed off recently.

    What other measures has Japan taken?

    Japan - unlike some other countries - did not enforce strict lockdowns or completely close off its borders as soon as the pandemic hit last year.


    GETTY IMAGES - The Olympic torch relay started in Japan in March

    In April 2020, the government introduced a state of emergency, although the stay-at-home guidelines were voluntary. Non-essential businesses were asked to close, but did not face penalties for not complying.

    Restrictions on entry were introduced from some countries, and others were added later on, with entry now barred from 159 countries (except in special circumstances).

    Although it has a large elderly population and densely-populated urban centres, Japan proved relatively successful in controlling the virus initially, and avoiding high death rates.

    There were a number of theories put forward as to why this might have been, including:

    • high public compliance with safety measures such as mask wearing
    • close physical contact like hugging and kissing is generally avoided
    • lower rates of chronic disease like heart conditions, obesity and diabetes



    GETTY IMAGES - Mask wearing in public spaces is widespread in Japan

    However, there were outbreaks of the virus throughout 2020 and nationwide, case numbers rose sharply in the latter part of the year and into a peak this January.

    At the time, the government faced criticism over a campaign encouraging domestic travel in order to boost the economy.

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    Lộng giả thành chân



    High-tech TV tricks for fan-free Tokyo Olympics
    Mathias CENA
    Wed, 21 July 2021


    Without spectators, TV crews will have to innovate at Aomi Urban Sports Park, the main venue for 3x3 basketball during the Tokyo Olympics

    There'll be no fans in the stands, and less media on the ground, so when it comes to covering the Tokyo Olympics, broadcasters are relying on technology to give viewers a more vivid experience.

    After the coronavirus pandemic forced the Games to be postponed for a year in 2020, many broadcasters went back to the drawing board in their plans for coverage.

    Olympic Broadcasting Services have been in charge of filming and broadcasting the Games since 2008, but there's never been one like this.

    "The main commitment after the postponement (was) that we would not reduce at all the scope of what we're doing," said OBS CEO Yiannis Exarchos.

    In fact, OBS teams expect to film around 9,500 hours of Olympic footage at Tokyo 2020, 30 percent more than at Rio in 2016.

    The footage will be distributed to television stations around the world that have broadcast rights.

    Olympic broadcasts have come a long way since the first televised Games in Berlin in 1936, when three cameras captured images that were transmitted to an audience just a few kilometres away.

    Broadcasters are now promising viewers an experience augmented with a range of new technology.

    Among them is 3D Athlete-Tracking, a system being used by OBS that takes images from multiple cameras and combines them using artificial intelligence to show the sporting action from every angle.

    "Take the 100 metres... you can go back after a few seconds and recreate the whole race by identifying the different peaks or speeds," Exarchos said.

    "You start understanding how such a fast race was actually run," he said.

    "This provides additional colour for commentators, but especially for viewers helps to really understand what goes on behind these incredible performances."

    - 'Unprecedented detail' -

    For the first time, OBS will film the entire Games in ultra-high definition (4K).

    And Japanese viewers with the very latest television sets will even be able to watch in 8K.

    Japan's national broadcaster NHK is a leader in the field and will be using cameras that were only recently developed.

    "One of the strengths of 8K is that it displays the details of the way bodies move in unprecedented detail on the screen," said Takayuki Yamashita, of NHK's technological research centre.

    But Laurent-Eric Le Lay, director of sports for French national broadcaster France Televisions warned against a "race of 'Ks."

    France Televisions' innovations for the Games include visual effects that will make the studio appear to be floating on Tokyo Bay.

    "We're creating a virtual glass bubble through which viewers will see Tokyo's most beautiful buildings. There's a lot of work involved in bringing this set to life."

    And there are specific techniques in place to compensate for the lack of spectators at a Games where organisers have barred almost all fans because of strict anti-virus rules.

    OBS has used recordings from previous Games to create ambient sound adapted to each sport for use during the competition.

    - 'Service of storytelling' -

    Athletes deprived of spectators will also be able to see fans cheering them on via screens in venues that will display mosaics of selfie videos sent in from around the world.

    And some will be able to briefly speak to family on video screens at the end of their competition, though only for 90 seconds. While there will be video of their cheering relatives, there will be no sound.

    The strict virus measures have forced many national broadcasters to send smaller teams to Japan and handle technical operations in their home countries.

    France Televisions has reduced its team from the 210 in Rio to 180, partly because OBS's adoption of IP and Cloud technology allows large files to be handled remotely.

    But some things, particularly athlete interviews, can't be done from afar, said Le Lay.

    "I think that for French viewers, it's important that we're on the ground and not in Paris trying to speak to athletes on Skype."

    And Exarchos says technology can only do so much.

    "It's technology at the service of storytelling," he said.

    "We love technology and we love sports. But we don't want to get carried away."

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    U.S. women's soccer team defeated in its Olympic opener with Sweden, the same opponent that knocked them out of the 2016 Rio games.

 

 

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