Today is Thursday, July 29 Olympic medals: Live broadcast

Today is Thursday, July 29 Olympic medals: Live broadcast

A (Italian) morning full of medals for the blue mission at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics comes out of the water with silver by Gregorio Paltrinieri, gold by Valentina Rodini, bronze by Federica Cesarini and bronze by Stefano Oppo. The 19th medal for Italy in Tokyo comes from the fencing of the women’s fail team.

Foil Women’s Bronze Medal

Italy wins bronze medal in women’s foil team trial at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Erica Tsiprasa (Foil Coach’s daughter, Andrea) joined United in the seventh attack, forming Alice Wolpe, Ariana Erigo and Martina Batini, 45-23.

Silver Medal for Gregorio Paltrinieri

After winning gold in the 1500 freestyle in Rio 2016, Gregorio Paltrinieri returned to the Olympic podium: the blue overcame the hurdle and, despite the bad conditions, drove a long way in the 800 SL final at the Tokyo Aquatics to win a silver medal at the highly prized center. Stopped for weeks with mononucleosis, he felt his dreams were shattered. Blue is second in the finish line at +0.24 from American Robert Finke (7: 41.87): after an attacking race, he is at least behind Ukrainian Mikhail Romanchuk (+0.46). The silver is hers. Against misfortune, against everything.

This is the seventh silver and eighteenth medal for Tokyo 2020 for the Italian team.

Gold medals for Valentina Rodini and Federica Cesarini

Valentina Rodini and Federica Cesarini enter the Olympus rowing on the right through the sea forest waterway. Both blues pushed the double lightweight blue ahead of all and won gold in 6: 47.54, ahead of France (+0.14) and the Netherlands (+0.49). This is the first gold in the history of women’s blue rowing.

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Bronze medals for Stefano Oppo and Pietro Ruta

Stefano Oppo and Pietroville Route lead the double blue lightweights in the third round of the podium behind Ireland, Olympic gold 6: 06.43, Germany (6: 07.29). Two Assyrians crossed the border at +7.87 from the Irish.


Appropriate reference to San Marino “Cousins”: Alessandra Perilli won the historic medal for San Marino, the first Republican in Titan history in the Olympic Games. Sammarinis won the bronze medal in skeet shooting in the trap specialty.

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In other competitions involving Italian athletes, the path of women’s volleyball continues. At the Arica Arena in Tokyo, Massanti’s Blues beat Argentina 3-0 (25-21 25-16 25-15) to stay with full points in Group B with two games remaining. In women’s foil, Italy defeated Hungary to advance to the semi-finals of the team tournament. Martina Batini, Ariana Erigo and Alice Wolpe won 45-32. In the final of the 100 freestyle held at the Tokyo Aquatics Center, Alessandro Mirasi finished sixth in +0.84 (47 “86) from Olympic gold medalist Caleb Dressel.

Below is a summary of the Italian Olympic podiums in Tokyo:

  • Foil bronze medal for Alice Wolpe, Ariana Erigo, Martina Batini and Erica Tsiprasa
  • Silver medal in swimming by Gregorio Paltrinieri (800 freestyle)
  • Gold medal in rowing for Valentina Rodini and Federica Cesarini
  • Bronze medal in rowing for Stefano Oppo and Pietro Roota
  • Silver medal in Team Saber for Enrico Bere, Luka Curatoli, Aldo Montano and Luigi Samele;
  • Federico Bardiso wins bronze in swimming;
  • Rowing bronze medals for Matteo Castaldo, Marco di Costanso, Matteo Lodo and Giuseppe Vicino;
  • Silver medal in weightlifting for Georgia Bordignon;
  • Bronze medal for women’s sword team Mara Navaria, Rosella Fyomingo, Federica Isola and Alberta Santosio;
  • Bronze medal in judo for Maria Centricio;
  • Foil silver medal for Daniel Garroso;
  • Diana Bacos won a silver medal in skeet shooting;
  • Silver medal in the 4×100 freestyle relay by Alessandro Miressi, Thomas Secon, Lorenzo Sasseri and Manuel Frigo;
  • Nicola Martiningi wins bronze in 100 frogs;
  • Vito del Aquila wins gold in Taekwondo;
  • Silver medal in Luigi Samele to Saber;
  • Elisa Longo Borgini won a bronze medal in road cycling;
  • Auditor Geoffrey wins bronze in judo;
  • Mirko Sani won a bronze medal in the 78 kg weightlifting category.
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