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Japan changed the Olympic athletics venue because of the heat

The content of the marathon and 2020 Olympic walk is expected to be transferred to compete in Sapporo, where the weather is more pleasant than the capital Tokyo.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on October 16 announced plans to relocate the marathon and walking venues at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games to Sapporo. The city is located on the island of Hokkaido, 800 kilometers north of Tokyo, and has much more pleasant weather than Tokyo. According to the IOC, summer temperatures in Sapporo are usually 5 to 6 degrees lower than Tokyo.

Previously, to avoid the heat and harsh humidity of Tokyo summer, IOC had delayed departure time to 6am. The women’s marathon is scheduled for August 2, one week ahead of the men’s content.

Olympic organizers will discuss the issue of temperature during the meeting October 30 – November 1 in Tokyo.

“Moving the venue is one of the measures used by Tokyo, in consultation with the IOC and IAAF, to limit the impact from the temperature next summer. IOC has informed athletes to participate in the matter. export, “said the IOC. The implementation process will be discussed with all stakeholders.

Tokyo held a marathon in September, arranging tents with a nebulizer for viewers. Authorities also delayed hours for long-distance events. However, many opinions suggest that this is not enough.

According to Kyodo, the difficulty here is that Japanese Olympic officials once described the Tokyo weather in July – August as “ideal for competition” when applying for hosting.

Hot and humid weather was a nightmare for athletes at the world track and field championships held in Doha, Qatar, late September and early October. At the women’s marathon, nearly one-third of the 70 Participating athletes must give up.

Changes in time at the 2020 Olympic Games

Athletics – long distance events only take place in the evening, marathons and hiking start early in the morning.

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Murray upstream to the second round of Shanghai Masters

Former world number one Andy Murray beat Juan Ignacio Londero 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 in the first round of the ATP 1000 tournament in China, yesterday 7/10.

Taking a break from singles for eight months after hip surgery, Murray has been giving positive signals since returning at the ATP tour in the last three weeks. After reaching the quarter-finals of the ATP China Open last week, the Scottish tennis player continued to show physical and mental progress when upstream against Juan Ignacio Londero.

The 56th world player Londero once made it difficult for Novak Djokovic in the second round of the US Open. He continued to prove himself not an easy opponent to play when overwhelming Murray in the first set in the first round of the Shanghai Masters.

Andy Murray 2-1 Juan Ignacio Londero

Londero forced Murray to 12 minutes to keep the game at the beginning of the match. The Argentinian then faced three break-points in the fourth game, but saved it all thanks to his good late-pitch ability.

In the second set, Murray gradually adapted to the fast pitch in Shanghai. Three Grand Slam owners are more durable and have a better serve. Murray delivered 79% to the field in this set, won two games to catch the ball and won the set with a score of 6-2.

The match saw a series of durable balls between two players, with many chances of winning the game to catch the ball of both. Murray and Londero have a total of 23 break-points, but the Scottish is more brave in the final set. Murray won two games to catch the opponent’s ball in the third set and closed the match with a 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 victory after two hours and 18 minutes.

“This is the fastest pitch I’ve played since coming back from injury,” Murray told ATP. “I didn’t adapt in the first set, but I found energy in the next two sets. I pushed him back to the defensive and played it the way I wanted it to be.”

In the second round, Murray will face No. 10 seed Fabio Fognini, who eliminated Querrey after two sets. Fognini is determined in Shanghai because he is competing for a ticket to ATP Finals. The Italian player is currently only eight points behind Alexander Zverev’s eighth place.

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The rookies that are highly-expected by the fans in the Champions League (Part 1)

The top football tournament in Europe for the 2019-2020 season has many young talents that are highly-expected by fans.

Ansu Fati (Barcelona)

After debuting in the first round of La Liga, as the youngest player in Barca history for nearly 80 years (16 years and 298 days), Ansu Fabi was coached by coach Valverde at the beginning of the second half in the context of the second half. The home team is 1-0 down by Osasuna. After 5 minutes of presence, in 51 minutes, Ansu Fati made Barca fans excited when he headed to equalize 1-1 for the Catalan team.

With a goal at 16 years and 304 days, Ansu Fati became the youngest player to score for Barca in La Liga and the third youngest in this tournament, after Fabrice Olinga (16 years and 98 days) and Iker Muniain (16 years and 289) day).

Immediately after the match, Ansu Fati was mentioned with a high frequency on social networks. Hundreds of thousands of fans expect young Guinea-Bissau young talents to bring quality back-up solutions to the La Liga champions in the Champions League.

Erling Braut Håland (Red Bull Salzburg)

Erling Braut Håland (Norway) takes the position of the striker of Red Bull Salzburg Club (Austria). He has a large figure, good speed and the ability to kick 11m so easily cause waves with the enemy defense system.

Born in England but Håland devoted to recruiting Norwegian nationals in different age groups. In Norway U19 shirt, he scored a hat-trick against Scotland in a 5-4 victory. Håland also scored the only goal in the U19 match against Norway 1-1 in the UEFA U19 European Championship 2018.

In May 2019, Håland scored 9 goals in Norway’s match against Honduras 12-0 at the FIFA U20 World Cup 2019, thereby becoming the player with the most goals in a match. This is also Norway’s biggest victory in history and the worst defeat of Honduras ever.

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