June

Swimming Canada Postpones 2021 Olympic Trials Again, This Time to June

Swimming Canada has moved its Tokyo 2020 Olympic Trials meet to June 19-23, athletes were told in a conference call on Wednesday. The move comes after Ontario introduced another stay-at-home order and declared a third state of emergency earlier this month amid a rise in new coronavirus cases.

The most recent Trials dates were from May 24-28, with a very limited selection of athletes invited. A high-performance test event scheduled for early May has been canceled.

For now, officials are hoping to continue to hold the meet at the country’s newest Olympic caliber pool, the Toronto Pan Am Sports Center,

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Floyd Mayweather-Logan Paul match announced for June 6

The Guardian

Police killings of Black Americans amount to crimes against humanity, international inquiry finds

In devastating report, human rights experts call on international criminal court prosecutor to open an immediate investigation Demonstrators hold posters of Daunte Wright during a protest near the Brooklyn Center police department in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota 16 April 2021. Photograph: Kerem Yucel/AFP/Getty Images The systematic killing and maiming of unarmed African Americans by police amount to crimes against humanity that should be investigated and prosecuted under international law, an inquiry into US police brutality by leading human rights lawyers from around the globe has found.

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