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US News Senator Grote pushes Hamburg's Olympia Starter Thumbs

13:15  22 july  2021
13:15  22 july  2021 Source:   90min.de

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 ways Corona: So is with a year late start the Tokyo Olympics officially with the opening ceremony. SPORT1 presented everything worth knowing about the event. © Contributed by sport1.de ways Corona: the opening ceremony Sun "sobering" "I declare the opening of the Olympic Games to celebrate the 33rd Olympic Games of modern era" If the Japanese Emperor Naruhito pronounce these words, have the games Tokyo officially begun.

Hamburg's indoor and sportsenator Andy Grote pushes the fingers crossed the Olympic Starter from the Hanseatic city. "Hamburg is behind you. You are the best of the city, "said Grote on Thursday in a video message. The SPD politician regrets that he can not personally change the Hamburg delegation to Beachvolleyballer's and flag carrier Laura Ludwig personally in Tokyo.

Hamburgs Innen- und Sportsenator Andy Grote spricht während einer Pressekonferenz im Rathaus. © Daniel Bockwoldt / DPA / Stock Image Hamburg's Interior and Sportsenator Andy Grote talks during a press conference in the town hall.

and Grote hopes that the athletes "the one or other medal" will bring from the sporty annual highlight from Japan beginning on Friday. "You have earned you all hard for you. Now rewards you. Give gas, shows what's in you and enjoys it a bit, "said the SPD senator.

World Recorder Cheptei misses 10,000 m-gold .
Selemon Barega from Ethiopia is the first athletics Olympic champion of Tokyo. Topfavorit Joshua Cheptei remains only silver. © Provided by sport1.de World Recorder Cheptei missed 10,000 m-gold Selemon Barega is the first athletics Olympic champion of Tokyo. The Ethiopian spurted on Friday over 10,000 m World Champion and Topfavorit Joshua Cheptei (Uganda) of it and won gold after 27: 43.22 minutes. world recorder Cheptei (27: 43.63) had to be satisfied with silver, bronze went to Jacob Kiplimo

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