Tony Nezianya, Public Relations Officer of NOC, revealed the development this in a statement on Wednesday.
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Bach said this while responding to questions by young reporters of the International Sports Press Association on Thursday in Lausanne, Switzerland.
As thousands of competitors pour into Japan for the Games, which will largely take place without spectators, the positive test for an unnamed person in the Village heightened worries over biosecurity.
This has come as Japan battles to stem rising local infections a week before the event is scheduled to start.
“Thank you very much from the bottom of my heart for this overwhelming vote of confidence and trust. For me this is even more overwhelming considering the many reforms and the many difficult decisions we had to take and which affected all of us,” Bach said after his re-election.
The IOC spoke against the background of the International Women’s Day, which the world celebrates every March 8
Amid speculation the event might be cancelled again, International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach had said on Wednesday the IOC was fully committed to it going ahead.
The Olympic organisers said this on Thursday.
IOC President, Thomas Bach, said the delay was discussed two days ago in a telephone conversation with Senegal President, Macky Sall.
The International Olympic Committee President, Dr. Thomas Bach, has commended the Nigeria Olympic Committee Athletes Commission for their initiative in creating awareness on the COVID-19 pandemic, using the voice of Nigerian athletes.
The worldwide coronavirus pandemic has a host of countries on lockdown as they struggle to control the killer virus
The Aquatics Centre, which will host swimming and diving events at Tokyo 2020, was one of eight new venues built for the Summer Olympics, in addition to the athletes’ village
The International Olympic Committee is committed to the Tokyo Olympics going ahead on schedule this summer in spite of fears around the outbreak of the coronavirus, its president, Thomas Bach, says.
International Olympic Committee President, Thomas Bach, will rekindle his hey day in fencing as he is scheduled to feature in an exhibition match as part of programmes lined up for his two-day visit to Nigeria.
The technological giants will remain a top sponsor until the 2028 Los Angeles Games, the world governing body said on Tuesday.
The body said: “Basketball has lost a leader, an advocate and a friend and our thoughts are with Patrick’s wife and two children at this tragic time.”
E-sports, the competitive side of electronic gaming, boasts an estimated 250 million players worldwide in a growing market worth about a billion dollars a year.
IOC said on Monday that athletes remain barred as Russia’s drugs conspiracy continued to reverberate just days from the opening ceremony
Bach said the participants were selected from 43 possible candidates, with five refugees from South Sudan, two from Syria, two from the Democratic Republic of Congo and one from Ethiopia
“We highly welcome this resolution as a historic milestone in the relations between sport and politics,” IOC President, Thomas Bach, said in a statement issued on Monday, following the UN resolution on sport for development and peace on Friday