Associated Press

Associated Press 25 Mar 2020

US fencer hopes to compete in delayed Olympics


U.S. Olympic fencer Alexander Massialas is disappointed he won't be competing in the Olympics this year, but he plans to train hard and come back stronger for the Tokyo Games in 2021. (March 25)

The announcement that the 2020 Summer Olympic Games will be postponed due to coronavirus precautions has disappointed many Olympic medal hopefuls.

But many athletes also believe it was the right decision. The International Olympic Committee has not yet set a date for the new Tokyo Games, but said it will happen no later than summer 2021.

CGTN's Dan Williams talked to Casey Eichfeld, a U.S. Olympic U.S. slalom canoeist and Aaron Mann of the American Canoe Association about how they feel about the delay and what it will mean to the sport.
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Ana Fernanda and Ana Luisa Bernal are 16-year-old twins and juniors in high school. Since kindergarten, they've crossed an international border every single day to go to school.

The girls live in Mexicali, Mexico, with their mother but, being born in the US, they're able to cross to get an education in English in Calexico, California.

Like many other transborder (or "transfronterizo" in Spanish) children studying in a different country, the twins embark on their daily journey very early in the morning.

This film is part of the BBC's Crossing Divides season.

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