Sport Cheers-Video by Titmus Coach is much more exuberant to the hit

10:38  26 july  2021
10:38  26 july  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

Tokyo Olympics swimming stars Ariarne Titmus and Katie Ledecky could be greatest rivalry of the Games

  Tokyo Olympics swimming stars Ariarne Titmus and Katie Ledecky could be greatest rivalry of the Games US swim star Katie Ledecky will have her eye on five gold meals at the Tokyo Olympics but Australia's Ariarne Titmus will be out to stop her in what could be the greatest rivalry of the Games.It features one of the greatest female freestyle swimmers in history, the United States' Katie Ledecky, and the Australian who has been chasing her down, Ariarne Titmus.

ARIARNE TITMUS ’ coach had to be restrained as he wildly celebrated the Australian swimmer’s golden joy in Tokyo.The 20-year-old emerged triumphant. That was Titmus ’ second gold of the Games after her success in the women's 4x100m freestyle relay. It also delivered a first defeat in an Olympic final for Ledecky, who many consider to be the greatest female swimmer of all-time. The incredible performance by Titmus had both her fans and viewers on the edge of their seats - but it was the wild celebration of her coach that really caught the eye.

Ariarne Titmus ' swim coach almost stole her thunder after she stormed home to win Olympic gold in the 400m freestyle. Moments after the 20-year-old Australian delivered her US rival her first-ever loss in an Olympics final, the cameras panned to her coach Dean Boxall. Dressed in a bright yellow shirt, Boxall ripped his face mask off and started bouncing around his box as a staff member tried to contain his celebration. Spectators around the world were stunned by Boxall's priceless reaction to the win. ' Titmus ’ coach Dean Boxall looked like every living room across the country.

you can not show your joy: after the Olympic victory of the Australian Ariarne Titus in the floating race over 400 meters of freestyle, their coache Dean Boxall foked completely out.

Trainer Dean Boxall gratuliert Ariarne Titmus zum Sieg. © Michael Kappeler / DPA Trainer Dean Boxall congratulates Ariarne Titus to victory.

The coach stormed roaring over the tribune point in the Tokyo Aquatics Center and vibrated on the barrier. Videos of the action made the round for a few minutes after the race on the internet. Also in the hall in the Japanese capital, the scene was shown again and again on the large video walls.

Titmus and US Superstar Katie Ledecky had delivered a spectacular duel to gold. Ledecky was already supposedly confident in the meantime, but Titmus picked up Furios and won. For the 20-year-old it was the first Olympiamedal of the career. The Magdeburger Isabell Gosen occupied the sixth place in the final.

Titmus hails American swim great Ledecky .
Australia's dual swimming gold medallist Ariarne Titmus says she's full of admiration for American great Katie Ledecky.After their terrific Tokyo trilogy, Ariane Titmus and Katie Ledecky finally are side-by-side.

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