The successor candidate is planned to be coordinated by the current Olympic Minister Seiko Hashimoto as the main candidate today (17th).Figure: Retrieved from Wikipedia
With the spread of the new crown pneumonia epidemic around the world, the Tokyo Olympics, which was originally scheduled to be held last summer, were postponed all the way to July this year. However, the serious situation remains unabated, making it still unknown whether it will be held as scheduled. However, in addition to the virus spoiler, Yoshiro Mori, chairman of the Tokyo Olympics and Par Transport Organizing Committee, was resigned on the 12th due to discriminatory remarks against women. However, according to local media reports today (17th), the successor is proposed to be the current one. Olympic Minister Seiko Hashimoto, as the main candidate for coordination.
According to Japanese media reports, the “Chairman Candidate Review Committee,” composed of committee members and athletes, recently discussed intensively. As the Olympic Minister, Seiko Hashimoto is the most popular candidate for succession.
The 56-year-old Hashimoto has participated in Olympic events in the past seven times. He participated in the Seoul Olympics as a cyclist in 1988, and won a bronze medal in the Albertville Winter Olympics in 1992 in speed skating. It is rare to have both the Winter and Summer Olympics. Experience of playing. However, according to previous reports from Kyodo News, Hashimoto Seiko once expressed his unwillingness to become Mori’s successor.
According to a 2014 report by “U Sports”, Seiko Hashimoto was exposed to forcibly kissing athlete Daisuke Takahashi. As soon as this photo was published, it caused a lot of controversy in Japan. It is reported that when Daisuke Takahashi was kissed forcibly, it was the celebration after the end of the Winter Olympics that year. At the meeting.
Yoshiro Mori, Chairman of the Tokyo Olympic and Para Games Organizing Committee
Chairperson Review Committee
Seiko Hashimoto was exposed in 2014 to kiss the athlete Daisuke Takahashi.Picture: Reversed from U Sports