Tokyo Olympics: Bear enters in Olympic baseball stadium, created stir

Jul 22 2021 03:47 PM
Tokyo Olympics: Bear enters in Olympic baseball stadium, created stir

The corona epidemic has created a lot of panic across the country and the impact was visible in every region of the country. Meanwhile, even though people are denied entry to the Olympics, a bear appeared at the Azuma Baseball Stadium before the softball match between Japan and Australia teams in Fukushima. Fukushima is 150 km north of the main Olympic venues in Tokyo. According to local media, he was an Asian black bear.

At the same time, shortstop Amanda Chidester said, 'I saw a text message in the morning asking is it okay.' There was a big black bear. He is said to have come into the field. A girl from our team also said that the news was that the bear had entered there, she said. Then I informed my family that her news was correct.

He added, "There was really a bear there." After that, the bear was not seen there. "We were looking for a bear to be seen," said American coach Ken Ericsson. Softball made its medal debut at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and remained a part of the event until 2008. But then it was removed. It has been placed only in the Tokyo Olympics and will not be seen at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

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