TOKYO 2020 OLYMPICS - WEEK 2
Live the day by day highlights of the Olympics in Al DIA. The most relevant information of USA and Latin American Teams, news and everything you need to know of Tokyo 2020.
Mexico settled for the consolation prize of a Bronze medal after avenging an earlier loss to Japan in Olympic men's soccer. Read more here.
Allyson Felix reaches GOAT status in track and field and so much more in the Day 14 Olympic recap. Read more here.
Colombia's Anthony Zambrano became the first Colombian man to win an athletics medal after finishing second in the men's 400m final. Read more here.
Team USA men's basketball will get a rematch in the gold medal game with France. That, and so much more from the Day 13 recap. Read more here.
Brazilian long-distance swimming legend Ana Marcela Cunha took home her first-ever Olympic medal at the third time of asking in the women's 10k swim at Tokyo 2020. Read more here.
U.S. wrestler Tamyra Mensah-Stock became the first Black U.S. Olympian to win gold in wrestling. Read more here.
Richard Torrez Jr. goes for gold in Olympic super heavyweight and more in the Olympics Day 12 recap. Read more here.
Bronze medal with gold twist for Simone Biles. Read more here
Jasmine Camacho-Quinn took home gold for Puerto Rico in women's 100m hurdles. It is only the second gold medal in the island's Olympic history. Read more here.
Venezuela's Yulimar Rojas put in a dominating performance in the women's triple jump to break a world record and take home gold. Read more here.
These atypical olympic games are finishing, they will have some moments for the history, and others we will prefer to forget. Read more
The Russian twins who dominate rhythmic gymnastics. Read more
At the end of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the games will likely lose three of its biggest international Hispanic stars. Read more here.
China is a machine for making Olympic athletes. Read more here
Tokyo 2020 is the escape for many athletes looking to get out of the tough political and economic situations in their home countries. Read more here
Tokyo medals are made with electronic waste. Read more here
For the first time in more than a century, two athletes share a gold medal. Read more here
— FIG (@gymnastics) August 6, 2021
#BRA's Pedro Barros wins silver in the first ever men's park #Skateboarding final!@worldskatesb @TimeBrasil pic.twitter.com/2eRMzlKXIa
— Olympics (@Olympics) August 5, 2021
Oh wow, did I just break my own world record? pic.twitter.com/Z8XNn4gWXf
— #Tokyo2020 (@Tokyo2020) August 4, 2021
Shot put Silver medalist #RavenSaunders of #TeamUnitedStates makes an 'X' to show support and signify the intersection of where all oppressed people meet, during the #tokyo2020 #OlympicGames : @RyanPierse #athletics pic.twitter.com/yVsLOS7tQL
— Getty Images Sport (@GettySport) August 1, 2021