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The U.S. track and field team added a pair of silver medals to its run on Tuesday at the Tokyo Olympics, with veteran long jumper Britney Reese notching her third consecutive Olympic medal, while Ray Benjamin finished second in an exhilarating 400-meter hurdles. Final night of gymnastics, along with the return of Simone Biles, and in the women’s final event, Biles will compete in the balance beam final alongside champion and fellow all-around champion Sonny Lee. In the playoffs, Biles finished seventh in the beam with a score of 14.066. Lee came in third with a score of 14,200, and Biles’ comeback comes after she pulled out of the vault and uneven bars competition after an early exit from the team finals where she said she was struggling with her mental health. The US teams will also see several knockout rounds, with April Ross and Alex Kleinman starting the day with their women’s beach volleyball quarter-final win over German duo Laura Ludwig and Margarita Kosoch. Other actions for Team USA will include men’s basketball against their basketball teammates in Spain and women’s water polo against Canada. TOKYO – Fourth-seeded American wrestler Kayla Miracle lost 3-2 to China’s Long Jia on Tuesday in her first Olympic women’s wrestling 62kg debut. He led 2-1 with a late termination in the first period of a round of 16 match at Makuhari Messe Hall. He regained the long lead with 1:51 remaining in the six-minute match and stopped Miracle’s late shot to attempt a last-minute elimination in the quarter-finals, Long lost by falling to Ukrainian Irina Koladenko, eliminating Miracle’s chance to wrestle again to get Chance for a bronze medal. – Jeff Metcalvitocchio – US goalkeeper Alyssa Neh will not play in the bronze medal match after she overextended her right knee in the quarter-finals. Naher also sustained a bone bruise, but an MRI showed no ligament damage. You’ll likely miss several weeks at the NWSL, where you play with the Chicago Red Stars. “I am disappointed that I will not be able to be on the field on Thursday with my teammates vying for a medal, but I know this group through US Soccer,” Naher said through US Soccer. To help us get it done.” The USWNT plays Australia on Thursday for the bronze. The World Cup champions lost to Canada 1-0 on Monday night after Jesse Fleming scored a penalty in the 74th minute, and Naher hit her knee in the 22nd against Canada when she came up to catch the ball. She fell strangely. The coaches worked on her for several minutes, including testing her knee by jumping on one leg. Naher returned to the match, but took a goal kick and immediately indicated she needed to get out. She was crying as she walked on the sidelines. Adriana Franch replaced Naeher, which made her seventh appearance in the USWNT. – Nancy Armortokio – The Norwegian newspaper Verdens Gang called her “superduellen” or super duel. For the Tokyo Olympics, it became one of the most anticipated singles matches, both in the Norwegian media and for track and field specialists around the world: Norway’s Karsten Warholm, world record holder, against American Ray Benjamin, the third-fastest 400-meter hurdler ever And Tuesday’s final didn’t disappoint, in the latest edition of one of the great singles competitions on the track, Warholm vaulted to the finish to win his first gold medal in the race. 400m hurdles with a time of 45.94 seconds, a new world record. Naturally, Benjamin took the silver behind him in 4,617, Brazil’s Alison de Santos took the bronze, and it was the second time in two days that Warholm (25) and Benjamin (24) crossed the finish line almost in tandem after participating. Semi-final heat Monday. And it certainly wouldn’t be the last time they met, as both are still at the height of their careers. – Tom Shadtukio – American Britney Reese, a competitor in her fourth and final Olympics, won the silver in the women’s long jump on Tuesday at the Tokyo Games: Germany’s Malaika Mihamo outplayed Reese in her sixth and final attempt with a jump of 22 feet 11 inches, and Reese, 34, Final round with a jump of 22 feet 10 inches. Calling Gulfport, Mississippi home, Reese won a gold medal at the 2012 Olympics and a silver medal at the 2016 Olympics. She placed fifth at the 2008 Olympics. – Josh Peter Tokio – American featherweight boxer Duke Rajan moves into the gold medal bout after defeating Samuel Takei of Ghana In the semi-finals of the Tokyo Olympics, Rajan, 23, won by separate decision. , 4-1. Takyi took the first round 3-2, pouring punches in the last 40 seconds to take the lead. While Takyi continued to build confidence in the second round, Ragan took several shots in the last 30 seconds to win 4-1. Rajan finished strong in the third round and secured a place in the final, and in the final, Rajan will face the winner of the semi-final match between Lazaro Alvarez of Cuba and Albert Batyrgaziv of the Russian Olympic Committee. , is the first US featherweight medalist since Rocky Juarez won silver at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Rajan, women’s welterweight O’Shea Jones, and men’s lightweight Keyshawn Davis are the first three US boxers to claim their medals. Jones will compete in Wednesday’s semi-final against Hong Ju of China and Davis will face an opponent to be determined in Friday’s semi-final, Rajan turned pro in the summer of 2020. He had a 4-0 record before joining the Olympics. Team – three by decision and one by knockout. – Olivia Reiner Luka Doncic continues to impress in Tokyo as Slovenia beat Germany in the basketball quarter-finals with a 94-70 victory. Triple Threat with 11 assists and eight rebounds. Zoran Dragic led the Slovenia team with 27 points to lead the team in the middle of the first quarter and stuck to it until the end of the match, and Germany managed to reduce the difference to seven at the end of the first half, but Slovenia outperformed the Germans with a score of 50-33. the other half. The win made Slovenia a perfect 17-0 with Doncic on the list. Slovenia will play the winner from France against Italy for a place in the gold medal match, where Doncic and his co-workers can meet Team USA in the finals. Jordan Mendoza Tokio Five-time Olympian Alison Felix advances to the next round in the women’s 400 metres. Felix won the first round with a time of 50.84 to qualify for the semi-finals. Felix said after her first race in Tokyo. “It was good to get out there. I am ready to face her in the semi-finals.” Inside the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Felix introduced the “legend” as she was preparing for her first run at her fifth Olympics. Semi-final entry field. Marilyde Paulino of the Dominican Republic heads into the next round with the best time in the 400 meters (50.06), and Americans Adeline Jonathas and Koanera Hayes will join Felix in Wednesday’s semi-finals. . The veteran sprinter’s nine Olympic all-around medals have been linked with former sprinter Merlin Otey for more than ever by a female Olympian in track and field history. She announced earlier this year that she would retire after the Tokyo Olympics. “Knowing that this is my last time, it means a lot to me,” Felix said. – US beach volleyball duo Tyler Dragon, April Ross and Alex Kleinmann, better known as “Team A”, defeated Germany in the quarter-final match. Ross/Kleinmann defeated Germany’s Laura Ludwig and Margarita Kosoch in straight sets (21-19, 21-19) to advance to the semi-finals. About halfway through the first set, I entered the dark clouds and started taking a shower for a few minutes. The sky cleared and the scorching sun came back, but this didn’t seem to affect the US team, as successive siege points from Kleinman put the US team back into the first set and tied at 12-12 and there was no turning back. . “This is a very strong German team and we have a lot of respect for them. I think it was just confidence in our abilities as a team and what we are doing.” Ross said after the match. “We did a lot of preparation and kind of paused with what we wanted to do. We liked ourselves and each other. We just kept our faith and our positivity.” His college program, Notre Dame, announced on Tuesday that American Yard Nogo’s will be discharged from the Tokyo Olympics due to a quad injury, and the announcement came just 30 minutes before Nogo’s was scheduled to start for the first time in the 1500-meter heat in Tokyo. The 22-year-old finished third at the US Olympic Trials in June, and Team USA will now have only two players in the 1500m field: Olympic gold medalist Matthew Centrowitz, and NCAA reigning champion Cole Hooker. – Tom Shad When Jasmine Camacho-Queen broke the Olympic record and won a gold medal in Tokyo, Celebrating a historic victory as an athlete, a black actress of Puerto Rican and a member of a family she recently met, Camacho Quinn made history twice in Tokyo. She defeated Kenny Harrison of the United States in the women’s 100-meter hurdles and set a new Olympic record of 12.26 seconds in the semi-finals. Although Camacho Quinn was born in South Carolina, she decided to run for Puerto Rico to honor her heritage because her mother was born in Puerto Rico, Camacho Quinn told reporters, “I’m sure everyone (in Puerto Rico) is excited.” “For such a small[area]it gives a little bit of hope to people. I’m glad I’m the one doing it.” – Gabriella Miranda Tokio – Jamaicans Elaine Thompson-Hera and Shelley-Ann Fraser-Pryce were overhead and shoulders the rest of the field in the women’s 100m. The women’s 200-meter numbers will be more than a throw, and it’s only a few days left for Thompson-Herrah to become a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the 100 meters. She looks determined to grab another gold in the 200 and become the first woman in history to win both races in back-to-back Olympics.. If Thompson-Herah is to achieve that feat, she will have to beat Fraser-Pryce for the second time in Tokyo. Fraser-Price pulled off an easy win in her first semi-final to automatically qualify for the finals, however, American Gabe Thomas has the fastest time in the competition ever, and Thomas is the second-fastest woman in the race ever. She scored 21.61 best in the world and best of life in the US trials in June. – Tyler Dragontokio – Simone Biles feels good enough once again to give him another chance. USA Gymnastics said Monday that Biles will hold the final event, the balance beam, scheduled for Tuesday night. This will be her first competition since she withdrew from the women’s team last Tuesday night, due to concerns about her mental health and physical integrity, and Biles came to Tokyo as the biggest star of these Olympics, expected to win a record five gold medals. But she developed a condition of “sprains,” a loss of awareness of the air that can have serious consequences for the gymnast. – Nancy Armor


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