Golfers banned from wearing cleavage and mini-skirts

The women’s professional Golf Association (LPGA) has introduced a new dress code for female athletes.

The dress code forbids golfers to wear a uniform with a plunging neckline on the chest, leggings and short skirts.

“The new dress code will help female players present themselves more professionally and create a positive image of our game,” commented Heather Daly-Donofrio, LPGA communications officer.

The Association’s innovation has been widely criticized. Teen Vogue, for example, called the new LGPA policy ” discrimination against women based on appearance.”

Former golfer Matt Blackie was also skeptical of the LPGA’s initiative, saying he was not sure that a stricter dress code would increase the appeal of Golf.

Robert Lusetich, writing about Golf, commented on the introduction of the dress code: “my Sunday school teacher Must have been the author of the dress code.”

In Los Angeles, people were evacuated due to the threat of a terrorist attack on the territory of the future Olympic village

Students and visitors to the University of California at Los Angeles were evacuated due to a bomb threat.

Several hundred people were forced to leave the building after an anonymous call to the police station. After two and a half hours, the students were allowed to return to the building, as no suspicious devices were found.

The UCLA campus is part of the city’s bid to host the 2024 or 2028 Olympic games.

The international Olympic Committee (IOC) Commission visited the campus in may during a visit to the city. The University buildings should house the Olympic and Paralympic village during the Games.

Thomas Bach: “the IOC strongly opposes the growing politicization of sport, it only exacerbates existing differences»

International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach considers the politicization of sports unacceptable.

“We can fulfill our mission to unite the world only if the Olympics are above any political differences. We can only achieve this if the Games are politically neutral.

The Olympic games is a global platform for athletes. Games are not and should never be a place to promote political or any other potentially controversial goals.

We are strongly opposed to the growing politicization of sport, because otherwise we will not be able to fulfill our mission to unite the world. As history has shown, such politicization of sports does not yield any result and in the end only exacerbates existing differences, ” Bach wrote in a new year’s address.