“Our nation will need the world of sport in order to be rebuilt, and we must be at the top of our game,” Spanish Sports Council president Irene Lozano said.
Some non-essential services have started coming back to life as the nation neared the one-month-mark since the lockdown order became effective.
“We must keep the flame alive as we will have new goals very shortly,” Royal Spanish Swimming Federation President Fernando Carpena said.
Brazil’s CBDA has canceled its calendar across all aquatic sports until July 15 amid an escalation of reported COVID-19 cases in the nation.
Both professional and non-professional athletes will be forbidden from training across all types of sports facilities until the new deadline has been met.
The proceeds will be entirely donated to the hospital in Bergamo, the most affected city by the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy.
Resulting from the confinement, all training facilities in Argentina have locked down, compromising athletes’ ability to fulfill their training programs.
Business owners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic can request the suspension of mortgage installments due between the months of March and September 2020.
The Royal Spanish Swimming Federation is donating its hypoxic generators in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus and save lives.
The 29-year-old retired swimmer is at the forefront of fighting the epidemic, working 80 hours a week aiding hospitals in the city of Sao Paulo.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will set the dates for the rescheduled Tokyo Games in about three weeks’ time.
“The real worry is for those who are sick or who by the end of this outbreak will lose their jobs and will not know how to feed their family,” wrote Dotto.
Spain’s swimming federation is joining several other national and international sports governing bodies in calling for the postponement of the 2020 Games.
Retired 1996 Olympic swimmer Naoko Imoto of Japan was a last-minute addition to receive the Olympic flame during a downsized handover in Athens.
Gregotti is renowned for having redesigned Barcelona’s Olympic stadium for the 1992 Barcelona Olympic and Paralympic Games.