Tokyo 2021 LIVE: Andre de Grasse gold in the 200!



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Tokyo 2021 LIVE: Andre de Grasse gold in the 200!

Here what happened today in Tokyo. Swimming, 10 km women: gold medal for the Brazilian Cunha, silver for the Dutch Rouwendaal, bronze for the Australian Lee. Athletics, 400 obstacles women: The American Sydney McLaughlin wins the 400 obstacles for women with 51 ”46, a new world record.

Silver to the countrywoman Muhammad, bronze to the Dutch Bol. Skateboard women: gold medal for the Japanese Sakura Yosozumi, silver for the Japanese Kokona Hiraki, bronze for the British Sky Brown. Sailing, 470 men: Australians Mathew Belcher and Will Ryan win the gold medal.

Silver to Sweden, bronze to Spain. Sailing, 470 women: gold to Great Britain, silver to Poland, bronze to France. Boxing, men: Cuban Arlen Lopez won the gold medal in the boxing tournament, category 75-81 kg. Silver to the British Benjamin Whittaker, bronze to the Russian Khataev and the Azerbaijani Alfonso Dominguez.

Men's track cycling: Italy wins the gold medal with the new world record, silver to denmark. Athletics, 3000 women: Gold in the women's 3000 steeplechase goes to the Ugandan Peruth Chemutai in 9'01 "45. Silver to the American Courtney Frerichs in 9'04" 79, bronze to the Kenyan Hyvin Kiyeng in 9'05 "39.

Greco-Roman wrestling: Ukrainian Zhan Beleniuk beat Hungarian Viktor Lorincz 5-1 and took gold in the cat. 87 kg of the Greco-Roman wrestling. In the matches for the bronze Denis Kudla (Ger) overtook the Egyptian Mohamed and the Serbian Zurabi Datunashvili got the better of the Croatian Ivan Huklek.

Athletics, 800 men: Kenyan Emmanuel Korir and Ferguson Rotich gold and silver respectively. Bronze for the Polish Patryck Dobek. Athletics, men's hammer throw: Pole Wojceck Nowicki won hammer gold with 82.52. Silver for the Norwegian Eivind Henriksen (81.58), bronze for the other Pole Pawel Fajdek (81.53).

Greco-Roman wrestling: Canadian Andre De Grasse takes the gold of the 200 in 19 "62 in front of the Americans Kenneth Bednarek (19" 68) and Noah Lyles (19 "74). Athletics, 200m men: Canadian Andre De Grasse wins gold in the 200m in 19 "62 in front of the Americans Kenneth Bednarek (19" 68) and Noah Lyles (19 "74).

Rafael Nadal praised Simone Biles' decision

"We are not just entertainment, we talk more about the mental health problem of athletes. And since we are no longer children, now that we are grown up we can do it ourselves," said Simone Biles, after she won the bronze medal in the final on the beam.

The American star, one of the most anticipated athletes in Tokyo 2021, experienced twisties in the first week in Tokyo made her lose her bearings, especially in backward stunts and twists. Simone has spent the last week continuing to train and be evaluated by the team doctor, Dr.

Marcia Faustin. At the end of the year, Biles hinted that she may want to stay somehow until the Paris 2024 Games to honor the French coaches Laurent and Cecile Landi.ù Rafael Nadal, one of the greatest sportsmen of all time, has also based his career on his mental strength and his will, today we talk about much of management of pressure and mental problems.

Rafa's goal is to be in 100% form for the start of the US Open, where he will hunt for his fifth title. In a press conference before his Washington debut, Nadal addressed the delicate issue of mental health. This topic took center stage during the Tokyo Games, mainly due to the experiences of Naomi Osaka and gymnast Simone Biles.

Rafa said: "I have the utmost respect for Simone Biles' decision. When you have struggled all your life to make your dreams come true, there can be times when you don't feel ready. Simone has achieved extraordinary results during his career and I am sure he will soon be back to his best.

If she doesn't feel like it right now or she doesn't have the spirit to compete, why should she be forced to?" Rafa also returned to his renunciation of Wimbledon and the Olympics: “My body made that decision.

If I had been able to choose freely, I would never have missed two such important dates. I had a foot problem after Roland Garros and I couldn't train for 20 days." The former world number 1, who played his last match at the Roland Garros, is preparing to come back to the court at the ATP in Washington this week.

After the defeat in the semifinals in Paris against Novak Djokovic, the physicist forced the Iberian to stop for two months to recharge his batteries and avoid injuries. The 20-time Grand Slam champion therefore gave up on both Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics, which crowned Alexander Zverev in the final over Karen Khachanov.

The 35-year-old from Manacor will make his debut against host Jack Sock, who has shown signs of recovery in recent months.