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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games/Results in 2021


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"The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Tokyo 2020) today confirmed the event line-up for each competition session of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, following their postponement to 2021.

Tokyo 2020, the International Olympic Committee and the International Paralympic Committee agreed in April that given the critical impact of the competition schedule on every aspect of preparation, each session of the 2021 competition would in principle be scheduled as originally planned for 2020. This has been reflected in the confirmed competition schedule, noting that for operational reasons the start and end times of certain events have been adjusted."


"These Games mark the first time an Olympics has been postponed. Even though the Tokyo Games are taking place in the summer of 2021, they’ll still be referred to as the 2020 Olympics. The International Olympic Committee and the Tokyo organizers agreed that the Games would retain all of the 2020 branding, which means all signage, television graphics, souvenirs, apparel — even the medals won by the athletes — will say “Tokyo 2020.”

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74 kg seeds
Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska WTC/Sunkist Kids) – sitting to best-of-three finals
Kyle Dake (Spartan Combat RTC/TMWC) – sitting to challenge tournament semifinals

1. Jason Nolf (Nittany Lion WC/TMWC)
2. Chance Marsteller (TMWC)
3. Thomas Gantt (Wolfpack RTC/ TMWC)
4. Logan Massa (Cliff Keen WC/NYAC)
5. David Carr (Cyclone RTC/TMWC)
6. Evan Wick (Wisconsin RTC/TMWC)
7. Vincenzo Joseph (Nittany Lion WC/TMWC)

No. 7 Tanner Hall, who has a win over Bradley at the 2020 Senior Nationals, is seeded seventh, while Garrett Ryan is the eighth seed at the weight.

125 kg
1. Nick Gwiazdowski (Wolfpack RTC/TMWC)
2. Gable Steveson (Gopher WC RTC)
3. Mason Parris (Cliff Keen WC)
4. Dom Bradley (Tiger Style RTC/Sunkist Kids)
5. Anthony Nelson (Gopher WC RTC)
6. Daniel Kerkvliet (Nittany Lion WC/TMWC)
7. Tanner Hall (Sunkist Kids)
8. Garrett Ryan (Sunkist Kids)
9. Jordan Wood (Lehigh Valley RTC)
Farmer and Longendyke, two former Huskers, at different sports, set to wrestle each other for Third at Olympic challenge trials at 130 KG (Greco Roman).
Green out.

UPDATE: Longendyke pins Farmer and goes on to place fourth.

Boroughs and Dake set to wrestle best of 3 for Olympic berth at 74KG.

Final X Championship Series pairings
57 kg - Thomas Gilman (TMWC/ NLWC) vs. Vitali Arujau (TMWC/ Spartan Combat)
65 kg - Joseph McKenna (TMWC/ PENN RTC) vs. Jordan Oliver (Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club)
74 kg - Jordan Burroughs (Nebraska WTC/Sunkist Kids) vs. Kyle Dake (TMWC/ Spartan Combat)
86 kg - David Taylor (TMWC/ NLWC) vs. Bo Nickal (TMWC/ NLWC)
97 kg - Kyle Snyder (Nittany Lion WC/TMWC) vs. Kollin Moore (TMWC/ Ohio RTC)
125 - Nick Gwiazdowski (TMWC/ Wolfpack WC) vs. Gable Steveson (Gopher Wrestling Club)
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Boroughs lost to Dake first two of three. He's not going to the Olympics, Damn. Ages: Jordan is 32, Dake is 30.

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The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will feature a record 33 competitions and 339 events held across 42 competition venues.
21 Jul - 8 Aug 2021
25 Aug - 5 Sep.

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The athletics mixed relay event will make its debut at this year's Olympics in Tokyo

The first round of the Tokyo 2020 mixed relay event takes place in the Olympic Stadium on 30 July 2021, with the final scheduled for the following day.

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"Nine players from the gold medal winning 2016 U.S. Olympic BasketBall team that went 8-0 in Rio remain in contention for the 2020 U.S. Olympic squad, including Harrison Barnes, Jimmy Butler, DeMar DeRozan, Durant, Paul George, Draymond Green, Kyrie Irving, Kyle Lowry and Klay Thompson. Anthony Davis, Durant, James Harden, James, Kevin Love, Paul and Russell Westbrook were members of the 2012 U.S. Olympic team that compiled an unblemished record of 8-0 and captured gold in London, while Dwight Howard, James and Paul were gold medalists with the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team. Additionally, James earned a bronze medal at the 2004 Games in Athens."

April 29, 2021·2 min read

"CARY, N.C. (AP) — The United States will open its second chance to qualify for the baseball tournament at the Tokyo Olympics when it faces Nicaragua on May 31 at Port St. Lucie, Florida.
The U.S., managed by Mike Scioscia, plays the Dominican Republic the next day at West Palm Beach in a Baseball Americas Qualifier, the World Baseball Softball Confederation announced Thursday. It closes first-round play in Group A against Puerto Rico on June 2 at Port St. Lucie,
Canada, Colombia, Cuba and Venezuela are in Group B.

The top two teams in each group advance to the super round on June 4 and June 5, and first-round results carry over. The top team from the super round joins Japan, Israel, Mexico and South Korea at the Olympic baseball tournament, to be played in Japan from July 28 to Aug. 7 in Fukushima and Yokohama."
"The U.S. was three outs from qualifying for the Olympics in November 2019 at the Premier12 tournament in Tokyo when it wasted a ninth-inning lead and lost to Mexico 3-2 in 10 innings."
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2021 Americas Qualifier Schedule & Results
Dominican Republic 5, Puerto Rico 2Port St. LucieMay 311 p.m. ET.ESPN+
United States 7, Nicaragua 1Port St. LucieMay 317 p.m. ETESPN+
Venezuela 6, Cuba 5West Palm BeachMay 311 p.m. ETESPN+
Canada 7, Colombia 0West Palm BeachMay 317 p.m. ETESPN+
Venezuela 3, Colombia 2Port St. LucieJune 11 p.m. ETESPN+
Canada 6, Cuba 5Port St. LucieJune 17 p.m. ETESPN+
Nicaragua 7, Puerto Rico 6, 10 inningsWest Palm BeachJune 11 p.m. ETESPN+
United States 8, Dominican Republic 6West Palm BeachJune 17 p.m. ETESPN+
Nicaragua vs. Dominican RepublicPort St. LucieJune 21 p.m. ETESPN+
United States vs. Puerto RicoPort St. LucieJune 27 p.m. ET.ESPN+
Canada vs. VenezuelaWest Palm BeachJune 21 p.m. ET.ESPN+
Cuba vs. ColombiaWest Palm BeachJune 27 p.m. ET.ESPN+
Group A winner vs. Group B Second PlaceTBDJune 4TBD
Group B winner vs. Group A Second PlaceTBDJune 4TBD
Group A winner vs. Group B winnerTBDJune 5TBD
Group A second place vs. Group B second placeTBDJune 5TBD
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"Nebraska incoming freshman swimmer Beatriz Padron is headed to Tokyo to compete in the XXXII Summer Olympiad as part of the Costa Rican Olympic Team.

Padron, an 18-year-old from Belen, Costa Rica, will represent her home country as the lone female swimmer at the games and will compete in the 200-meter freestyle. She owns a lifetime best time of 2:06. A Costa Rican National Team member since 2015, Padron owns the Costa Rican national record in the 50-meter butterfly (27.65) and was part of another national record swim in the 4x100-meter medley relay (4:27.09)."


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