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These Are the Dystopia OlympicsThere are plenty of good reasons why Americans are largely tuning out from the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. There’s the fatigue factor From MSN.. a pretty bleak and true assessment of the 2022 Winter Games.. There’s the fatigue factor, as the “2020 Tokyo Summer Games” took place just a few months … Read moreThe Bleak Winter Games
Representatives from several countries participating in the Beijing Olympics have taken issue with China’s behavior as a host country, pointing to inhumane conditions for quarantined athletes, unreasonable isolation rules and unexplained media suppression. …judging from some images being shared around the Internet, the food sure doesn’t make it worth it either. And maybe what makes … Read moreChina under fire for treatment of atheists during Winter Games
The cases among Olympics-related personnel were up from 21 a day earlier while cases in the bubble that restricts the movements of Games participants, reached 19, compared with seven a day earlier. Feb. 2 saw the highest daily figure in the loop so far with 26 and the highest total daily figure with 55. Games … Read moreCovid cases increasing at China Olympic village
Rumors of war.. political controversy.. and now a rising Covid case count amongst athletes
Oscar De La Hoya announced Friday he contracted coronavirus and was in the hospital receiving treatment, and that he had to pull out of his upcoming fight against Vitor Belfort. De La Hoya, 48, posted a video of himself on Twitter in a hospital bed. He said he contracted the illness despite being fully vaccinated.. … Read moreVaccinated Oscar De La Hoya hospitalized with Covid
Excitement has not raged … as a matter of fact it was almost like there was no point to doing the Olympics this year.. NBC and Japan could have benefited highly from postponing until 2022.. And now as the games come to and end, it appears no one cared! There has been a significant decline … Read moreThe silent Olympics: They missed the target
UPDATE 4-Tokyo Olympics opening draws 16.7 mln U.S. TV viewers, a 33-year lowNBC’s broadcast of the Tokyo Olympic Games opening ceremony drew 16.7 million viewers, the smallest U.S. television audience for the event i FINANCE.YAHOO.COM Across all platforms, including NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app, 17 million people watched the ceremony, NBCUniversal said in an email. … Read moreCovid, a typhoon threat, and low ratings. Japan Olympics called cursed for a reason!!