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Olympics: How Federico Burdisso, Italy Became One of Games' Surprises

Olympics: How Federico Burdisso and Italy Became One of the Games’ Top Swimming Stories There should’ve been no secret

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Olympics: Japan's Tomoru Honda to shock silver in men's 200 butterfly


Olympics: Japan's Tomoru Honda motors to shock silver in men's 200 butterfly
July 28, 2021 (Mainichi Japan)
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TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Tomoru Honda swam an inspired last lap to claim a shock silver for Japan in the men's 200-meter butterfly at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre on Wednesday, setting a personal best time from lane eight.
The 19-year-old clocked a 1-minute, 53.73-second time to finish 2.48 seconds behind Hungary's Kristof Milak, who set an Olympic record.
"I swam my ideal race and won a silver medal on top of that, so I'm really happy. I think I was calm in the first half (of the race) and all I needed to do was have a strong second half, and I feel that I raced really well," said Honda, who only just scraped into the final by 0.04 second after his semifinal swim.

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Olympics Latest: China sets women's quadruple sculls record


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Olympics Latest: Japan's Ohashi wins swimming gold in medley


Japanese teenager Daiki Hashimoto won a gold medal in men’s all-around.
The 19-year-old Hashimoto used a thrilling high bar routine during the final rotation to edge Xiao Ruoteng of China and reigning world champion Nikita Nagornyy.
Hashimoto’s all-around total of 88.465 points included a 14.933 on high bar. That was good enough for him to surge past Xiao and into the top spot. The gold is the third straight Olympic title for the Japanese gymnast. Kohei Uchimura won in 2012 and 2016.
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The win was also a bit of redemption for Hashimoto. He thought his high bar set during the team final lifted Japan to gold but Nagornyy’s rock-solid floor exercise did just enough to give the team representing the Russian Olympic Committee the title.

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Terminator 2: Titmus takes gold again, Ledecky doesn't medal


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TOKYO — When Katie Ledecky finally saw that familiar number next to her name, the emotions flooded to the surface at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.
She tumbled over the lane rope to give her runner-up teammate a hug. She let out an uncharacteristic scream toward the American cheering section in the mostly empty arena. Finally, as the tears seemed ready to flow, she pulled the goggles back down over her eyes before exiting the pool.

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JO 2021 - Natation : Maxime Grousset qualifié pour la finale du 100 mètres nage libre, le doublé pour Ariarne Titmus


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Maxime Grousset lors des séries du 100 mètres nage libre, le 27 juillet à Tokyo.  (KEMPINAIRE STEPHANE / KMSP / AFP)
Les épreuves de natation ont occupé une grande partie de la nuit olympique du mardi au mercredi 28 juillet à Tokyo. A retenir, la qualification du Français Maxime Grousset pour la finale du 200 mètres nage libre et la victoire d'Ariarne Titmus sur la même distance chez les femmes.
Grousset aura son mot à dire
Maxime Grousset disputera sa première finale olympique individuelle. Le nageur de 22 ans a gagné sa place au milieu du gratin mondial sur 100 mètres nage libre, mercredi 28 juillet. Cinquième de sa demi-finale, dominée par le monstre Caeleb Dressel en 47''23, il a dû attendre le dénouement de l'autre série, survolée par Kolesnikov en 47''11 (meilleure performance mondiale de l'année), pour savoir de quoi son avenir serait fait.

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Kristof Milak Has Emergency Suit Change, Breaks Olympic Record in 200 Fly


Kristof Milak Has Emergency Suit Change, Breaks Olympic Record in 200 Fly
Kristof Milak won Olympic gold in the men's 200 fly but was a bit off his world record, having had an equipment malfunction moments before the start. Archive photo via Jack Spitser/Spitser Photography
When: Pool swimming: Saturday, July 24 – Sunday, August 1, 2021
Open Water swimming: Wednesday, August 4 – Thursday, August 5, 2021
Where: Olympic Aquatics Centre / Tokyo, Japan
Heats: 7 PM / Semifinals & Finals: 10:30 AM (Local time)
Michael Phelps‘ 1:52.03 Olympic record from the Beijing 2008 Games.
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1:52.03 (29.28)
In a post-race interview, Milak shared with reporters that just 10 minutes before the 200 fly final his suit ripped in the ready room and he needed to do make a quick last-minute change. He said the equipment malfunction threw him off and he knew before the race started that he wouldn’t be able to break his own World Record.

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Olympics Latest: US swimmer Ledecky easily wins 1500m


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Latvia’s Karlis Lasmanis drained a shot from behind the arc to close the game and seal a gold-medal-winning 21-18 victory over the Russians in the debut of 3-on-3 basketball at the Olympics.
Lasmanis spotted up and swished the shot and then was dogpiled by his three Latvian teammates. They will bring home the country’s first medal of the Tokyo Games.
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The U.S. team of Stefanie Dolson, Allisha Gray, Kelsey Plum and Jackie Young won the first women’s gold medal in the new Olympic sport of 3-on-3 basketball.
Plum scored all five of her points early to help the Americans take the lead and they held on for an 18-15 win over the team representing the Russian Olympic Committee.

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Katie Ledecky wins gold in women's 1,500-meter freestyle after placing 5th in 200 free


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TOKYO -- When Olympic swimmer Katie Ledecky finally saw that familiar number next to her name, the emotions flooded to the surface at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.
She tumbled over the lane rope to give her runner-up teammate a hug. She let out an uncharacteristic scream toward the American cheering section in the mostly empty arena. Finally, as the tears seemed ready to flow, she pulled the goggles back down over her eyes before exiting the pool.

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Golden again: Japan's Yui Ohashi wins second gold of the Games in women's 200-meter medley


Jul 28, 2021
Yui Ohashi and Alex Walsh were almost stroke for stroke with 25 meters to go. At the other end, dangling in front of them like a carrot on a stick, was an Olympic gold medal. All they had to do was hold off the other woman.
The pair of swimmers were virtually neck and neck until the very end, when Ohashi produced one last kick to push herself to the wall first in the women’s 200 individual medley and claim her second gold medal of the Tokyo Games on Wednesday at Tokyo Aquatics Center.
“I didn’t know whether or not I would be able to win in the last 15 meters,” Ohashi said. “I just wanted to give it my all. I wanted to feel like I did everything I could whether I won or not.”

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Olympics Latest: Britain wins 200m men's freestyle relay


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Britain has won the men’s 4×200-meter freestyle relay at the Olympics for the first time since 1908, but just missed a world record.
With a powerhouse group that included the 1-2 finishers in the 200 freestyle, Britain blew away the field in 6 minutes, 58.58 seconds. That was just off the world record set by the Americans (6:58.55) at the 2009 world championships.
The 200-meter gold medalist, Tom Dean, led off for the British. James Guy and Matthew Richards took the middle legs before 200-meter silver medalist Duncan Scott swam the anchor leg. It was the first British gold in the event since it made its debut at the first London Games.

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History made: Ledecky wins first-ever gold in 1500m freestyle


She tumbled over the lane rope to give her runner-up teammate a hug. She let out an uncharacteristic scream toward the American cheering section in the mostly empty arena. Finally, as the tears seemed ready to flow, she pulled the goggles back down over her eyes before exiting the pool.
On her third try at these Olympics, Ledecky finally touched first.
Bouncing back from the worst finish of her brilliant Olympic career, Ledecky claimed the first-ever gold medal in the women's 1,500-meter freestyle Wednesday.
About an hour earlier, she was blown away by Australia's Terminator, Ariarne Titmus, who made it 2-for-2 in their rivalry with a victory in the 200 free.

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Olympics-Swimming-Titmus downs Ledecky again, Milak gold in 200 fly


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TOKYO (Reuters) -Australia’s Ariarne Titmus won her second gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics after defeating American rival Katie Ledecky again to win the women’s 200m freestyle on Wednesday while Hungary’s Kristof Milak powered to men’s 200m butterfly gold.
Titmus won in a time of 1:53.50 from Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey with Canada’s Penny Oleksiak third.
Five-times Olympic champion Ledecky, the defending gold medallist, finished a disappointing fifth, 1.71 behind Titmus.
“I’m bloody exhausted,” said Titmus. “That was a tough race. I knew Siobhan would be hard to beat. I could tell from the way she swam (in her heat) yesterday it would be tough to beat her,”

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Kristof Milak breaks Olympic record for 200m butterfly gold


Kristof Milak breaks Olympic record for 200m butterfly gold
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Hungary's
Kristof Milak was unable to break his own world record, but he still managed to grab gold in the men's 200m butterfly -- in an Olympic record-worthy 1:51:25. It was the Hungarian's third-fastest swim ever. 
Japan's
Honda Tomoru and Italy's
Federico Burdisso finished second and third, respectively, with 1:53:73 and 1:54:75. Honda's efforts provided the host nation with its second swimming medal of the Tokyo Games. 
South Africa's
Chad le Clos, who previously won gold in the event at the London Games, led at the halfway mark -- but ultimately faded to fifth.  

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Olympics Latest: US beats Tunisia 3-1 in men's volleyball


Olympics Latest: Latvia wins gold in men's 3-on-3
July 28, 2021
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Olympics Latest: Dutch cyclist van Vleuten wins time trial


FILE - In this Nov. 16, 2019, file photo, Candy Jacobs, of the Netherlands, competes in the Skate Street World Championship in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Quarantined Olympic skateboarder Jacobs says she’s had to take action to be allowed to get fresh air in an isolation hotel in Japan. The Dutch athlete was removed from the Olympic Village after testing positive for COVID-19.
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"Just proud": Ledecky finally wins gold at Tokyo Olympics


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Katie Ledecky, of United States, facts after a women's 200-meter freestyle final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan.
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Katie Ledecky of United States prepares to swim in the women's 200-meter freestyle final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan.
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Ariarne Titmus, of Australia, celebrates after winning a women's 200-meter freestyle final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan.
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Ariarne Titmus, of Australia, swims in a women's 200-meter freestyle final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan.

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Katie Ledecky bounces back, shines at Tokyo Games


Katie Ledecky bounces back, shines at Tokyo Games
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Updated: 10:34 PM PDT Jul 27, 2021
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Updated: 10:34 PM PDT Jul 27, 2021
By PAUL NEWBERRY, Associated Press
When Katie Ledecky finally saw that familiar number next to her name, the emotions flooded to the surface at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.She tumbled over the lane rope to give her runner-up teammate a hug. She let out an uncharacteristic scream toward the American cheering section in the mostly empty arena. Finally, as the tears seemed ready to flow, she pulled the goggles back down over her eyes before exiting the pool.On her third try at these Olympics, Ledecky finally touched first.Bouncing back from the worst finish of her brilliant Olympic career, Ledecky claimed the first-ever gold medal in the women's 1,500-meter freestyle Wednesday.About an hour earlier, she was blown away by Australia's Terminator, Ariarne Titmus, who made it 2-for-2 in their rivalry with a victory in the 200 free.Ledecky didn't even win a medal — the first time that's ever happened to her in an Olympic race. She was far behind all the way, never getting any higher than her fifth-place finish."After the 200, I knew I had to turn the page very quickly," Ledecky said. "In the warm-down pool I was thinking of my family. Kind of each stroke I was thinking of my grandparents."Her voice choked with emotion. She scrunched her eyes trying not to cry."They're the toughest four people I know," Ledecky said, "and that's what helped me get through that."The metric mile wasn't quite the breeze that everyone expected, given Ledecky's longtime dominance in an event that was finally added to the Olympic program for these games. She built a big lead right from the start, then worked hard to hold off American teammate Erica Sullivan's blazing finish.But it was Ledecky touching first in 15 minutes, 37.39 seconds. Sullivan claimed the silver (15:41.41), while the bronze went to Germany's Sarah Kohler (15:42.91)."I think people maybe feel bad for me that I'm not winning everything and whatever, but I want people to be more concerned about other things going on in the world, people that are truly suffering," Ledecky said. "I'm just proud to bring home a gold medal to Team USA."Also winning on a busy day at the pool: — Britain captured its first gold medal in the men's 4x200 freestyle relay since 1908, blowing away the field with a powerhouse group that included the top two finishers in the 200 free individual race, Tom Dean and Duncan Scott. The Americans failed to win a medal in the relay for the first time other than the boycotted Moscow Games in 1980.— Japan's Yui Ohashi completed her sweep of the women's individual medley with a victory in the 400, holding off a pair of American teenagers.— Kristof Milak of Hungary romped to a dominating — but rather nerve-wracking — victory in the men's 200 butterfly after hastily changing out a torn suit just before the race.Titmus secured her place as one of the game's biggest stars and gave the Australian women their third individual swimming gold with an Olympic record of 1:53.50, adding to her thrilling triumph in the 400 free.In her first victory, Titmus conserved her energy over the first half, then rallied to pass Ledecky with the second-fastest performance in history.Ledecky settled for silver and set her sights on redemption in the 200.Instead, she was nowhere to be found.The defending Olympic champion made the first flip in seventh place and finished in 1:55.21 -- nearly 2 seconds behind the winner.Siobhan Haughey of Hong Kong led much of the race before hanging on to take the silver in 1:53.92. The bronze went to Canada's Penny Oleksiak in 1:54.70."Obviously having a great swim in the 400 gives me confidence coming into the 200," Titmus said. "I thought my back end was definitely my strength in the 400. I knew I could have that on the way home in the 200."Titmus, who will face Ledecky again in the 800 free, showed compassion for the swimmer who was thought to be her biggest rival."I don't think it's a bad result for her. She's still fifth at the Olympic Games," the Aussie said. "This was the field that had the most depth of all my events."Indeed, Italy's Federica Pellegrini of Italy finished seventh in her fifth and final Olympics. She won the gold in 2008 and is still the world-record holder.A day after Simone Biles' stunning withdrawal from the gymnastics team event, Ledecky insisted that she wasn't bothered by the burden of enormous expectations placed on her after winning four gold medals and a silver at the 2016 Rio Games."I feel like I handle the pressure," she said. "The biggest pressure I have is the pressure I put on myself and I feel like I've gotten past that over the years. I truly just want to enjoy this experience."The British team was enjoying itself after a historic 4x200 free relay win.Dean led off for the winners, James Guy and Matthew Richards took the middle legs, and Scott finished off the victory in 6:58.58.That was just off the world record set by the Americans (6:58.55) at the 2009 world championships during the rubberized suit era.It was the first British gold in the event since it made its debut at the first London Games more than a century ago. Russia claimed the silver in 7:01.81, while Australia took the bronze in 7:01.84.The four-time defending champion Americans finished fourth — the first time they've failed to win a medal in the event except for '80.The Americans did pick up a couple of medals in the women's 200 individual medley — but not the one they wanted.Fresh off her victory in the 400, Ohashi claimed her second gold in 2:08.52, beating 19-year-old Americans Alex Walsh (2:08.65) and Kate Douglass (2:09.04).Defending Olympic champion and world record-holder Katinka Hosszu of Hungary finished seventh. She was the oldest swimmer in the final at age 32.There were no surprises in the men's 200 butterfly but plenty of drama behind the scenes.Milak won the gold by about two body lengths after hastily changing suits before the race, which he said cost him a chance of breaking his own world record.Milak said that he realized about 10 minutes before walking on deck that his suit was damaged. He told Hungarian reporters that he totally lost focus, though it was hard to tell from his performance in the pool. He held up the suit in the mixed zone, putting a finger through the tear before tossing it on a table in disgust.Milak still touched in an Olympic record of 1:51.25 — more than a half-second off his 2019 world record (1:50.73) but some 2 1/2 seconds ahead of the silver medalist.Japan's Tomoru Honda finished in 1:53.73, while the bronze went to Italy's Federico Burdisso (1:54.45).South African star Chad le Clos finished fifth. He won the 200 fly at the 2012 London Olympics, upsetting Michael Phelps, but was no match for the Hungarian star.Caeleb Dressel breezed through the semifinals of the 100 free, his first of three individual events. The American star posted the second-fastest time (47.23), just behind Russia's Kliment Kolesnikov (47.11)."That's about what I expected," Dressel said. "It's going to be a fast final."

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Swimming star Katie Ledecky gets her first gold of Tokyo Olympics


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TOKYO — Finally, a gold medal in Tokyo for Katie Ledecky.
The American star bounced back from the worst finish of her brilliant Olympic career to take the first-ever gold medal in the women’s 1,500-meter freestyle Wednesday.
It wasn’t quite the breeze that everyone expected in the metric mile. Ledecky built a big lead right from the start, then worked hard to hold off American teammate Erica Sullivan’s blazing finish.
But it was Ledecky touching first in 15 minutes, 37.39 seconds. Sullivan claimed the silver (15:41.41), while the bronze went to Germany’s Sarah Kohler (15:42.91).
“I think people maybe feel bad for that I’m not winning everything and whatever, but I want people to be more concerned about other things going on in the world, people that are truly suffering,” Ledecky said. “I’m just proud to bring home a gold medal to Team USA.”

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Bouncing back: Ledecky finally wins gold at Tokyo Games


TOKYO (AP) — Finally, a gold medal in Tokyo for Katie Ledecky.
The American star bounced back from the worst finish of her brilliant Olympic career to take the first-ever gold medal in the women’s 1,500-meter freestyle Wednesday.
It wasn’t quite the breeze that everyone expected in the metric mile. Ledecky built a big lead right from the start, then worked hard to hold off American teammate Erica Sullivan’s blazing finish.
But it was Ledecky touching first in 15 minutes, 37.39 seconds. Sullivan claimed the silver (15:41.41), while the bronze went to Germany’s Sarah Kohler (15:42.91).
It was quite a morning at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre for Ledecky, who seemed a bit overcome by the ups and downs she experienced in a little over an hour.

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Torn trunks drama as Hungary's Milak wins 200m butterfly gold


Torn trunks drama as Hungary's Milak wins 200m butterfly gold
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Hungary's Kristof Milak competes in the final of the men's 200m butterfly at the Tokyo Olympics Jonathan NACKSTRAND AFP
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World record holder Kristof Milak powered to the Olympic men's 200m butterfly gold medal on Wednesday but complained a tear in his trunks cost him a new global mark.
The 21-year-old Hungarian, who smashed Michael Phelps's world record in 2019, hit the wall in a new Olympic record time of 1min 51.25sec.
It was more than two seconds clear of second-placed Tomoru Honda of Japan (1:53.73) and Italy's Federico Burdisso (1:54.45).

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