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The new dates for the Tokyo Olympic Games will not allow the 2021 World Championships -- scheduled to be held from August 6 to 15 -- to take place as planned
Around 57% of the 11,000 scheduled participants for Tokyo had already made sure of taking part when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) pushed the Games back to 2021 due to the coronavirus on Tuesday
SATS chairman accused the retired Justice Chandra Kumar, who was the electoral officer for the elections, of violating the rules in declaring Ranga Rao as the TOA president
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Coronavirus could have a ripple effect on other major events, most notably the world championships for track and swimming.
Olympic countdown clocks in the city switched from displaying the number of days to go, instead simply showing today's date and the time.
This was after Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary, Information Technology of Telangana Government, has been elected for the top post in election held on February 10
The US Olympic team joins chorus to postpone Tokyo Games
"Our athletes have been magnificent in their positive attitude to training and preparing, but the stress and uncertainty has been extremely challenging for them."
"No one wants to see the Olympic Games postponed but ... we cannot hold the event at all costs, certainly not at the cost of athlete safety."
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In a letter to Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, who is also the chairman of SAI, Rao said he took the step because of SAI’s decision to merge the Special Area Games Scheme (SAG) with SAI Training Centres
The 25-year-old powerlifter G Ramesh, who is selected to represent India in the upcoming Asian Powerlifting Championship scheduled to be held in Bali, Indonesia in July in 83 kg category, took to social media to seek financial aid.
Speaking about the league, former SAI kabaddi coach K Jagmohan, who worked as tournament director, said that the league has grown in stature since its inception.
The association has also taken safety measures for its staff by dispensing with bio-metric attendance system with immediate effect, according to a release on Wednesday.
"We don't know what's happening in the next 24 hours, let alone the next three months."
"Today, my test result showed positive for the new coronavirus," Tashima said in a statement, issued via the Japan Football Association, which he also heads