2021-09-06

Seiko Hashimoto talks about the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics: whether it succeeded in letting history prove

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China News Service, September 6th. According to Japan’s “Oriental News”, the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, which were postponed for one year due to the new crown epidemic, ended on September 5. The chairman of the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee Seiko Hashimoto said at a press conference on the 6th that this is the first global event after the outbreak. Now that the baton has been handed over to Paris (the host city of the next Olympic Games), it is worthwhile. Proud thing.

Seiko Hashimoto talks about the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics: whether it succeeded in letting history prove

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p >On September 5, the closing ceremony of the 16th Summer Paralympics was held in Tokyo, Japan. The picture shows the performance at the closing ceremony.

According to the report, when asked whether the Tokyo Olympics was a success, Seiko Hashimoto said, “The Tokyo Olympics were not held in a complete form. I personally feel that they have not achieved 100% success. This requires Let history prove it.”

In addition, it is reported that Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan is planning to bid for the 2030 Winter Olympics. In this regard, Seiko Hashimoto said that if the bid is successful, he hopes that the Sapporo Winter Olympics can be held in a complete form, “the people can watch the games happily in the stadium.” She also stated that if she receives an invitation, she is willing to serve as the chairman of the organizing committee of the Sapporo Winter Olympics again.