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Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Max Whitlock calls for patience over decision amid coronavirus crisis

BBC News Friday, 20 March 2020
Britain's double Olympic champion Max Whitlock calls for patience as athletes await a decision on whether Tokyo 2020 will go ahead as planned.
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