Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 | What you missed this morning: Full Spanish in canoeing and the McLaughlin record

Full Spanish canoeing

Spanish canoeists Saúl Craviotto and Carlos Arévalo qualified for the K1 200 canoeing semifinals as second of their respective series, behind the Swedish Petter Menning and the Hungarian Kolo Csizmadia, respectively. Craviotto was the Spanish standard bearer at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games and seeks in Tokyo 2020 the fifth Olympic medal of his career.

Canoeing | Maximum solvency: Craviotto and Arévalo, direct to the semifinals of the K1-200

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This is how the Spanish day is being: Full Spanish in canoeing


The Spanish Francisco Cubelos and Íñigo Peña qualified for the semifinals of the K2 1.000 of the Tokyo Olympics, after winning this Wednesday in their qualifying series. Cubelos and Peña, who, after the test were in third position, prevailed with a time of 3: 10.138 minutes to the Chinese vessel consisting of Congkang Wang and Tingkai Bu.

Canoeing | Peña and Cubelos meet the forecasts and will be in the semis

Antía Jácome qualified for the semifinals of C1-200 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after finishing their quarter-final series first with a time of 45.688 seconds. The Spanish Jácome surpassed the Chilean María Mailliard by 454 thousandths, who also qualified for the ‘semis’, although she could not stand up to the push of the Galician, who joins the rest of the Spanish who advanced.

Canoeing | Jácome joins the Spanish kayak festival

Isabel Contreras qualified for the K1-500 semi-finals of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after winning his quarterfinal series with a time of 1: 51.235. The Spanish Contreras beat the French Manon Hostens and the Ukrainian Yuliia Yuriichiuk clearly and joins the rest of the Spanish canoeists who have already confirmed their presence in the semifinals in the rest of the categories.

Canoeing | Isabel Contreras rounds out the full Spanish ‘semis’ in K1-500

Asier Martínez continues to shine

Asier Martínez was third in the first series of the 110 meter hurdles with a time of 13.27, his personal best. This weather allowed him to qualify for the final by times, after no other athlete managed to match his record after the two classified directly in the two subsequent series.

Athletics | It is a finalist! Asier Martínez continues to excel in the 110 hurdles

Sakura Yosozumi skateboarding gold medal

Japanese skater Sakura Yosozumi achieved this Wednesday the first Olympic gold in the park modality of this new sport that makes its debut at the Games. The 19-year-old Japanese woman scored 60.09 points. The silver it was for another japanese, Kokona hiraki, only 12 years old, and who ended up very close to his compatriot and the British Sky Brown, who was starting favorite despite being 13 years old, took the bronze.

Skateboard | The Japanese Yosozumi makes history and Brown has to settle for bronze

McLaughlin smashes the clock

Sydney mclaughlin broke his own world record in the final of the women’s 400 meter hurdles by registering a time of 51.46, 44 hundredths faster than the previous one, achieved in June. McLaughlin was escorted by her compatriot Dalilah Muhammad, silver at 12 cents, and by the Dutch Femke Bol, bronze with 52.03 seconds.

Athletics | McLaughlin smashes his own world record with gold in the 400 hurdles

Heptathlon begins for María Vicente

Barcelona’s María Vicente, Spanish heptathlon record holder with 6,304 points, has debuted at the age of 20 in a Games with a mark of 13.44 seconds in 100 m hurdles that gave him 1,059 points and the provisional twelfth place in the combined test.

The time achieved by the champion of Spain, fourth in the second series, is located 3 hundredths of her personal record.

Great start for Jorge Ureña in decathlon

Jorge Ureña made his big debut in the decathlon by achieving exceed your personal best in the 100-meter dash. The Spanish Ureña signed a time of 10.66, beating the Norwegian Martin Roe and scoring 938 points that give him a good cushion to manage in the rest of the tests.

Athletics | This is how you start a decathlon! Ureña beats his best mark in the 100

Bad debut of Paula Ruiz

Paula Ruiz could only be 16th in the women’s 10-kilometer open water swimming race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The Spanish she was very uncomfortable at all times and dropped out of the lead group midway through the race. The gold went to the Brazilian Ana Marcela Cunha, who beat the Dutch Sharon van Rouwendaal and the Australian Kareena Lee.

Open waters (F) I Paula Ruiz finishes 16th after a very uncomfortable race

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