Australia Expected To Dominate In New 3-On-3 Event At 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Australia Expected To Dominate In New 3-On-3 Event At 2020 Tokyo Olympics

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — The IOC has this year revealed the introduction of a 3-on-3 event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic program – in an effort to give the games a more youthful and urban appeal.

The 3-on-3 events are set to take place in downtown Tokyo, in a car park behind a popular dive bar. Australia says they are confident we might be able to take Gold.

The Australian Insitute of Sport has today put a call-out to pubs and clubs right around the country to nominate three of their best to throw hands at the Tokyo Olympics in three years time.

“We are waiting on confirmation from the IOC as to whether or not alcohol will be listed as a performance-enhancing supplement” said one spokesperson.

“If our Olympians are allowed to rip into the dark spirits before competing, we can only expect gold medals”

“What we are hoping to find is three close mates who know how to dip, and have done several times before”

The introduction of a 3-on-3 event shows another move towards street sports, BMX Freestyle cycling will join the Olympics for the first time among a net increase of 15 gold medals for a 321-event program.

 

 

 

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