International Olympic Committee member Dick Pound said the details of the decision to postpone the 2020 Summer Olympics have not yet been determined, but the Olympics will not start on July 24th.
The International Olympic Committee will postpone the 2020 Olympics, which was supposed to begin on July 24 in Tokyo, at a later date. IOC member Dick Pound said this in a telephone commentary to USA Today.
According to him, the decision to postpone the competition has already been made and the Olympics will definitely not start in the previously specified time. At the same time, Pound noted that the details of the transfer are still being discussed. He expects the IOC to make an official statement later.
At the same time, IOC spokesman Mark Adams said that Pound interpreted yesterday’s statement by Thomas Bach, president of the International Olympic Committee, that the fate of the Olympics would be decided within the next four weeks.