Australian Athletes Advised To Prepare For 2021 Tokyo Olympics

Supported by The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has advised Australian athletes to prepare for the Tokyo Olympic Games to be postponed until “the northern summer of 2021”. In a statement published Monday, the AOC said that the continuing threat from COVID-19 means that athlete health is now the main priority and that “an Australian Team could not … The post Australian athletes advised to prepare for 2021 Tokyo Olympics appeared first on CyclingTips .

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