Olympic chief Thomas Bach held a series of talks with International Olympic Committee members on the potential consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, which has seen the Tokyo Games pushed back a year to 2021, Japan Times reported.
In our country, the attention paid to the development of Olympic sports is increasing every day. Despite the fact that now the whole world is going through difficult times, our government supports major sports projects in order to popularize sports.
FIFA, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Commission have joined forces to launch the #SafeHome campaign to support women and children at risk of domestic violence. The campaign is a joint response from the three institutions to the recent spikes in reports of domestic violence as stay-at-home measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have put women and children experiencing abuse at greater risk.
A government resolution “On measures to further support the activities of territorial football associations” was adopted.
Uzbekistan Judo Federation and Italian Judo, Karate, Wrestling and Martial Arts Federation (Federazione Italiana Judo, Lotta, Karate, Arti Marziali - FILJKAM) signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of judo training and the exchange of experience in sports medicine. In connection with the coronavirus pandemic, the document was signed remotely, Dunyo reported.
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said in an interview with BBC Sport he accepts that the Tokyo Olympics would need to be canceled if they still can’t be held in 2021.
The Government adopted a resolution “On measures for the further development and popularization of army sports in the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Uzbekistan”.
The International Olympic Committee set aside US$800 million on Thursday for loans and payments arising from the pandemic that forced the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to be postponed, Japan Times reported.
Uzbek athletes participated in the first ever online pentathlon competitions #LaserHomeRun.