Sandra Sánchez goes for the gold
Sandra Sanchez I know qualified for the kata gold medal after scoring 27.86 on his performance in the qualifying round. Sánchez managed to surpass Hong Kong’s Mo-sheung Grace Lau by far and will seek to get the second gold for the Spanish delegation.
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Karate | Finalist in a big way! Sandra Sánchez will go for gold in Tokyo (12:50)
So was his second kata
Karate | Sandra Sánchez, to the qualifying round with an average of 27.43
So was his first kata
Karate | Sandra Sánchez puts land in the middle with her rivals with this kata
Crouser is still the king of weight
The American Ryan crouser, world record holder, revalidated his Olympic shot put title with a shot of 23.30 meters that put the climax to the best ending ever, with the three medals above 22 meters. As in Rio 2016, Crouser relegated his teammate Joe Kovacs, who threw 22.65 meters, to second place, and the bronze went to Australian Tomas Walsh.
Athletics | Crouser, undisputed king of the weight with gold and Olympic record
Disappointment in canoeing
None of the Spanish canoeists were close to the medals, when you started with many options to get metal
Carlos Arévalo was fifth in the final of K1-200 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, contesting the bronze to the end with a time of 35,391, to less than two tenths of third place, while Saúl Craviotto was seventh, 533 thousandths behind the winner, Hungarian Sandor Totka. Manfredi Rizza took silver for Italy and Liam Heath took bronze for the UK.
Canoeing | What a pity! Saúl Craviotto and Carlos Arévalo, without a prize in the final
Antía Jácome was fifth in the C1-200 final in his first participation in an Olympic final. The young Galician paddler proved to have a splendid future ahead of her being contesting the bronze until the last moment, surpassed by the Ukrainian Liudmyla Luzan by only 192 thousandths. The gold went to the American Nevin Harrison.
Canoeing | A huge Antía Jácome brushes bronze in C1-200
Iñigo Peña and Paco Cubelos finished sixth in the final of the K2 1000 meters, in which the Australians Green Thomas and Jean van der Westhuyzen hung the gold. The Spanish signed a time of 3: 17,327, 2,047 seconds behind the Australians. The silver went to the Germans Max Hoff and Jacob Schopf and the bronze to the Czechs Radek Slouf and Josef Dostál.
Canoeing | It couldn’t be either! Cubelos and Peña are left without a medal in K2-1,000
Good day of Spanish athletics
Asier Martinez, the only Spanish representative in the 110 m hurdles of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games finished his brilliant Olympic debut with a mark of 13.22, personal record, and a sixth place just 12 hundredths behind the bronze medal in the final of 110 meters hurdles. The medal of gold went to the Jamaican Hansle Parchment, 13.04, who beat the big favorite, the American Grant Holloway and the other Jamaican Ronald Levy.
Athletics | Asier Martínez shines in the final of 110 hurdles and Parchment gives the surprise
The Spanish athlete Maria Vicente, who had finished twelfth on the first day of the heptathlon with 3,736 points, after being the fastest of all in 200, resumed the combined this Thursday, August 5 with a jump of 6.18 in length. The record, far from his best mark (6.54), gave him 905 points that allow you to move up two places in the general classification to place tenth with 4,641 points.
Athletics | María Vicente remains among the best with a good jump
The Spanish Athlete Jorge Urena achieved a new personal best in album release at send it to 43.70 meters, allowing you add 740 more points in the decathlon. Ureña takes a giant leap in the general classification and is now second.
Athletics | Jorge Ureña achieves his best personal record in album launch
The skateboard touches the final
Neither of the two skaters was able to advance to the final of the eight best.
Danny Leon made a second spectacular attempt at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. 72.24 points after completing it without any fall, which did happen to him on the first attempt of the day. With this score he stayed in ninth place and could not reach the final of the eight best by only 76 hundredths.
Skateboard | Danny León is out of the final … by 76 hundredths
Y Jaime Mateu got your best score on your third try. This score allowed him to be provisionally among the first eight to go to the final, but finally he was left out of the screen.
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