Gold stars and other athletes are set to take part in a series of rallies across the United States on Sunday, in the hope of raising awareness about the devastating pandemic.
The events will take place on the eve of the centenary of the first Games in Los Angeles, which saw more than 7 million people die during the Games, the deadliest peacetime epidemic on record.
Gold stars will hold a rally in support of the pandemic at Los Angeles’ Memorial Coliseum on Sunday.
“We’ve seen the numbers rise.
It’s been an incredible, incredible year for all of us,” said Gold star Chauncey Billups in a video for the group.
“I have my friends and family in Houston, and it’s been amazing to see the outpouring of support and kindness.
“The people who were in the crowd, the people who are here with us, and the people of Houston, I think they’re just so grateful for the outpourings of love, the outpoured love, for the support.
ChaunceyyBillups Gold hoop stars Chauncen Billups, center, and Elinor Smith, left, during a gold hoop ceremony at the opening ceremony of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Sunday (ABC News) “You just can’t take it for granted that it’s a positive thing.
I think the biggest thing is to not just take it and put it behind you, but to let it inspire and to see it go on, to make it a positive, to continue on, and to make a difference.”
Billups said that she is a Gold star in Rio and that she was told that she has a long history of supporting the people in her community, but she is “disappointed” that the Olympics were “not the focus” of the rallies.
“I’m disappointed because I know that the people are coming together and they’re going to continue to do it,” she said.
The Gold medal winners will then take part as part of the #OlympicsWeWillWatch hashtag on social media, which encourages the public to watch all of the games live online.
More than 700 people have been killed in the pandemics since it began in late March.
The Gold and Silver hoop stars, as well as the US Olympic Committee and Olympic Council, have been in contact with affected families, including those who were caught up in the crisis, to ensure that the messages about the Olympics and the importance of supporting their community are conveyed to those most affected.
“The Olympics are a global phenomenon, and we want the whole world to see and hear that we’re working together, and that the Olympic movement is an important part of our lives and that we care about everyone who is affected,” USOC spokesperson Ryan Smith said.
“It is critical that we continue to encourage and support the athletes, coaches and volunteers who have been working to help people around the world.
On Saturday, the USOC will host a meeting to update the IOC about the status of the response to the pandemer, with Smith saying that the IOC will be taking part in “very robust” meetings.”
The IOC is doing a lot of work in terms of communicating to people around their country and our community, and there is a lot to learn from and to take into account,” he said. “
There is so much going on.
The IOC is doing a lot of work in terms of communicating to people around their country and our community, and there is a lot to learn from and to take into account,” he said.
“We want to be there for them and support them, and have the best experience possible.”
On Sunday, Gold hoop star Chavon Scott will be at a memorial service for the victims of the current outbreak at the US Memorial Coliseum in Houston.
(AP Photo: Karen Warren) The US Olympic Association is also hosting a public forum on the pandems on Sunday evening.
In a statement, the Association said that “the world is facing a global pandemic, and as we do, we are looking to do our part to provide our community with the support they need.”
“We will be discussing how to help families in Houston with support, including food, housing and medical services,” the statement read.
“This event is also being hosted by the Gold and Bronze hoop stars.”
We have already offered a financial assistance program to help those impacted by the pandEMs, and are working with all of our Olympic partners to make sure their needs are met.