Tag Archives: Olympic Games

The Spanish Lamdassem, 39, fifth in the marathon of an imperial Kipchoge

ORFEO SUREZ special envoy Such Updated Sunday, August 8, 2021 – 02:53 Nationalized after leaving a Moroccan team in Santiago, he is a coach for a former policeman in Lleida. The Kenyan repeats gold and succeeds Bikila. Kipchoge, winner of the Sapporo goal.AFP The marathon dominated by the new Abebe Bikila, the Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge, … Continue reading The Spanish Lamdassem, 39, fifth in the marathon of an imperial Kipchoge

From popcorn to the medal: the peculiar end of the 5,000 meters

What a way to close his participation in the 5,000 meters that of the American-born Kenyan- Paul Chelimo, who in his fight inch by inch with his Kenyan ex-compatriot Nicholas Kimeli for third place fell to the ground when crossing the finish line in his desperate attempt attempt to overturn the body forward. Curiosity served … Continue reading From popcorn to the medal: the peculiar end of the 5,000 meters

Paloma del Río says goodbye to the Olympic Games criticizing the removal of Samaranch’s bust

The name of River dove (Madrid, 1960) will always be linked to journalism and Olympism. To the same extent. The TVE journalist puts an end this Sunday to more than three decades broadcasting the Games with the same passion; three decades in which the Faster Higher Stronger it has become something of his life motto. … Continue reading Paloma del Río says goodbye to the Olympic Games criticizing the removal of Samaranch’s bust

Carlos Arévalo, the soldier who fought against Covid and returned to win silver in canoeing

The great objective of the national canoeing team was the test of the K-4 500, a modality that made its half debut in the Olympic Games, since in previous editions it had been held under the same conditions, but with twice the distance. Four athletes who covered the thousand meters of the competition in search … Continue reading Carlos Arévalo, the soldier who fought against Covid and returned to win silver in canoeing

Direct | Go for the last medal! Spain seeks to overcome those of Rio with water polo this morning

The last day of the Tokyo Olympics with the marathon, as is tradition. The Spanish delegation faces this Sunday with 17 medals, the same as in Rio 2016, but with the option of adding one more with the final for the men’s water polo bronze against Hungary. Placeholder mam module Tokyo Olympics last minute: medals … Continue reading Direct | Go for the last medal! Spain seeks to overcome those of Rio with water polo this morning

Luis, coach: De la Fuente, the coach opposite Luis Enrique who won silver for Spain

“I will not have to replace Luis Enrique,” he said. Luis de la Fuente (Haro, La Rioja; 1961) two months ago. The reason was the confinement of the Selection after the positive of Sergio Busquets during the preparation of the Eurocup and that it threatened the group, even, facing the tournament itself. The Riojan coach … Continue reading Luis, coach: De la Fuente, the coach opposite Luis Enrique who won silver for Spain

Raúl Entrerríos, 18 years of service to Spain: the bronze goodbye that closes the great cycle of handball

“Hopefully we can meet all these goals with a nice finish in the Olympic Games“, he explained Raúl Entrerríos (Gijón, 1981) in an interview with THE SPANISH before the world with which the year began. There Spain took bronze after winning France. This Saturday, the dream of this Asturian who has been with the national … Continue reading Raúl Entrerríos, 18 years of service to Spain: the bronze goodbye that closes the great cycle of handball

Niagara Falls to honor women’s soccer team after triumph at Tokyo Olympics

Canada.- The emblematic Niagara Falls will honor the team of Women’s Football who triumphed with the gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics. This tourist destination will be lit in red, white and gold to commemorate it. The celebrations continue in Canada and apparently they will last until later, at least in the majestic waterfall, which … Continue reading Niagara Falls to honor women’s soccer team after triumph at Tokyo Olympics

A controversial karate disqualification leaves Saudi Arabia without the first Olympic gold in its history

Saudi Arabia could have lived a historic day this August 7, in which for a few seconds it seemed that the karate fighter Tareg Hamedi had achieved the first Olympic gold in the history of the country. Nothing is further from the truth, since the fighter ended up being disqualified and resigned to the silver … Continue reading A controversial karate disqualification leaves Saudi Arabia without the first Olympic gold in its history

Saúl Craviotto, the best Spanish Olympian in history: policeman, television star and canoeist

Saul Craviotto (Lleida, 1984) became Tokyo 2020 in a historical Spanish Olympism. The paddler got his fifth medal in a Games, thus equaling David Cal as the national athlete with the most metals in these appointments. He wants more then Paris 2024 he is very close and does not rule out being present. There he … Continue reading Saúl Craviotto, the best Spanish Olympian in history: policeman, television star and canoeist