It looks like interest in international sports competitions is waning. Ratings for the Olympic games have been decreasing over the years. Cities aren’t even interested in hosting the games because of the enormous costs involved with little return.
So, what can the International Olympic Committee (IOC) do?
It looks like some new events are being introduced in the next games. We will see sports like BMX and a team cycling event on a track called “the madison”.
But that’s not all!
In an effort to boost interest in the games, the IOC is going to get with the progressive, globalist program. They’re going to open the doors to mixed-gender events in athletics, swimming, table-tennis and triathlon.
Now, those big Russian ladies with more testosterone coursing through their system than most able-bodied men, can compete against others of ambiguous gender without fear of being disqualified.
It won’t be long before they open the doors to performance enhancing drugs!
Allen B. West reports:
It was probably only a matter of time. Ratings for the Olympics have slowly declined. Fewer and fewer nations are interested in hosting the event, given the high investment needed to stage it.
So what’s the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to do in these changing times? Get with the progressive, globalist program, apparently.
In addition to adding trendier sports like BMX and “the madison” (a team cycling event on a track), the Olympics is breaking the gender barrier and adding mixed-gender events in athletics, swimming, table tennis and triathlon.