General Prawit Wongsuwan, Chairman of the Olympic Committee of Thailand Send encouragement and will follow and support Panipak Wongpattanakit, a Thai taekwondo player, to win the first medal of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 24
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General Ronnachai Manchusunthornkul Deputy Secretary General of the Olympic Committee of Thailand revealed that “Big Pom” Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, Deputy Prime Minister. Chairman of the Olympic Committee of Thailand have followed the movements of Thai athletes at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo Japan And leave appreciation that “Big Tom” Mr. Thana Chaiprasit, the head of the Thai athletes team do a good job Take good care of athletes
However, when I heard the news that the situation of the epidemic of COVID-19 in Japan is still ongoing. And found that there are more athletes and officials in the athlete’s village infected. Even if there are no Thai athletes, they can’t help but worry. President of the Thai Olympics Therefore, all departments have been instructed to take care of all athletes and staff the best.
While “Big Nat” Mr. Ekachaipak Siriwat, Vice President of the Olympic Committee of Thailand He added that on July 24, Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan will follow to cheer on 2 Thai taekwondo players “Tennis” Panipak Wongpattanakit and “Junior” Ramnarong Sawekwihani who will go down Winning the first day Although they may have to win medals from morning to evening, but the Taekwondo Sports Association of Thailand is quite confident. Especially the path of Panipak that may start hard in the last four, but if the Thai girl kicks the number 1 in the world, does not miss or is too unlucky We will get a medal at the Olympic Games. from the first day Create smiles and happiness for Thai people all over the country.
On July 23, there will be an opening ceremony. Official “Olympic Games Tokyo 2020” The host has restrictions on the number of people who can attend each country’s ceremony. The athletes who will carry the Thai flag lead the team of athletes into the field at the opening ceremony, namely, Ern Napatsawan Yangpaiboon, a female shooter, and Sam Sawet Setthaporn, a male skeet shooter. Join this prestigious role for the first time in line with the IOC’s policy to promote gender equality.