Tokyo Olympics: 13 year old NISHIYA Momiji wins gold

To everyone’s surprise, at the end of the third day of the Tokyo Olympics, Japan topped the medal list with 7 gold medals. The United States with two golds, followed by China with no gold for the third day. The first gold medal for Canada was won by women’s swimmer Maggie McNeill. For the first time in Australian softball history, they have to return home without a medal. Japan’s skateboarding athlete NISHIYA Momiji won gold at just 13 years old.

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13 year old NISHIYA Momiji wins gold

After the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, the Russian Olympic Committee won gold again. Artur Dalalwan and Nikita Nagorni won gold in the men’s team of Artistic Gymnastics. Canada won its first gold in this year’s Olympics on Monday. Maggie McNeil, 21, won her first gold in the women’s 100m butterfly.

The Republic of Korea won gold in the men’s archery team. Britain’s Thomas Pidcock has won gold in his Olympic debut. Which is again the first medal on a mountain bike in British history. Kuwaiti shooter Abdullah Al Rashidi has won his first medal in his seventh Olympics. He brought bronze to Kuwait.


NISHIYA Momiji (Image via the Internet)

Japan’s victory in skateboarding for the first time. Two Japanese Harigom Yuto and NISHIYA Momiji won gold in their Olympic debut. Surprisingly, NISHIYA Momiji is only 13 years old. Britain’s Adam Petty won gold in the 100m breaststroke.


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