Fallen Heroes Olympics.

Les Jeux olympiques de Tokyo

This Summer Tokyo Olympics, as you might expect, made a few headlines, and every day a new big story emerges.

On the seventh day of the tournament, Novak Djokovic and Teddy Rainer had to bow before the other contestants.

It was these games that saw the heroes weaken. In the case of Simon Bills or John Rahm, they became human. Others had to throw towels for other reasons, such as Matthew van der Poyle, who had to give up after the fall.


Naomi Osaka has garnered more fans than weird reviews this summer, but she herself admits she “doesn’t know how to prepare for games”. Kento Momota also struggled, but with nine days left, Japan has already won the most gold medals at any Olympics.
The Power of Simon Bills

Bills is the undisputed queen of this summer’s Olympics, and she arrived at the tournament with a lot of pressure on her shoulders.

“In the United States, his face was on every ad for Tokyo 2020,” explained Rory McIlroy, an Irishman.

“I have a weight of six million people between Ireland and Northern Ireland, but she carries 300 million shoulders.”

With more than a week left until the end of these summer games, a lot more can happen. Small bugs can send athletes to the mat. The drama this summer was unparalleled.

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