Australia entry ban extended, Chinese gymnastics team missed World Cup Melbourne

Australia entry ban extended, Chinese gymnastics team missed World Cup Melbourne
The International Gymnastics Federation today confirmed that the Chinese gymnastics team will be affected by the new coronary pneumonia epidemic and will miss the gymnastics individual World Cup Melbourne station, and the Olympic points plan will be affected.The Melbourne race will be held from the 20th to the 23rd, and the International Sports Federation today announced the news that the Chinese team will not participate in the competition.This station is the first stop of this year’s gymnastics World Cup series, and it is the sixth station of the 8 individual World Cups related to individual Olympic qualifications. The original list of the Chinese team includes Qi Qi, the star of women’s vaulting hope, andZhang Chenglong, Xiao Ruoteng and other famous men.Now, the immigration department of the Victorian country, which has suffered competition, has expanded the restrictions on the entry ban of Chinese citizens. The gymnastics team had to retire and the entire team ‘s Olympic points and platoon formations were disrupted.In this regard, the Melbourne Organizing Committee said that the fight has always been in close contact with the Chinese team. All Chinese athletes have no infected or suspected substitutes, but they must comply with the Australian entry ban.Mori Watanabe, president of the International Sports Federation, also expressed regret: “Due to force majeure factors other than sports, some athletes compete after hard training but for reasons beyond their control, which makes us very sorry.”It is reported that the Chinese Gymnastics Association has been maintaining communication with the International Sports Federation and various venues to try to reduce the impact of the epidemic on team preparations. The next meeting of the International Sports Federation will promote discussions on China’s epidemic situation and participation.The Chinese team is also considering going abroad for training, but it is difficult to find venues and equipment that have not taken isolation measures from China and meet the requirements.Proofreading Wu Xingfa