Olympic gymnast Simone Biles said Thursday that she is prepared to work with the Trump administration to make sure U.N. officials abide by the spirit of the 2020 Rio Olympics and its Games Organizing Committee.
N. athletes are treated with respect, dignity and respect for their achievements,” she said. “
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N. athletes are treated with respect, dignity and respect for their achievements,” she said.
U.S.-based human rights activist Nadia Haddad said that if the Trump White House does not abide by its obligations, the U and U.K. will not participate in the Rio Games.
“It would be hard for any of us to ignore that there is a moral and legal duty to do everything in our power to ensure that our athletes are protected and their dignity is respected,” Haddaddad told The Associated Press in an email.
Haddad is a member of the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
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