US Yuto Horigome brings first skateboard gold
12-year-old skateboarder Gui Khury lands 1080 at X Games to win gold medal, competing against surprise participant Tony Hawk
In 1999, Tony Hawk became the first skateboarder to land the first-ever 900 in competition. There’s not a better-known moment in X Games history. Hawk retired from pro skating competition in 2003, but the 53-year-old made a surprise appearance at the X Games on Friday in Vista, CA (he lives just miles away in Encinitas), Read more The post 12-year-old skateboarder Gui Khury lands 1080 at X Games to win gold medal, competing against surprise participant Tony Hawk appeared first on The Comeback.
The Japanese is the first skateboard Olympic champion in the history books. Australia's freestyle swimmers set up a new world record in the final. Henning Mühlleitner misses noble metal.
Yuto Horigome is the first skateboard Olympic champion of the story. The Japanese World Champion continued in discipline Street with 37.18 points in front of Brazilian Kelvin Hoefler and Jagger Eaton from the USA. German athletes were not at the start at the Ariake Urban Sports Park. US Superstar Nyjah Huston finished only rank seven. Dangers were each in two runs, followed by the athletes still five individual tricks. A total of four services in the end entered the overall standings. The jurors evaluate difficulty, speed, originality and execution as well as the composition of the runs.
USMNT Tops Gold Cup Group but Enters Knockout Stage With Convincing to Do
The U.S. scored 20 seconds in vs. Canada and held on for the result that mattered, but beneath the surface there were some flaws that must be addressed. View the original article to see embedded media.The Concacaf Gold Cup’s group stage typically is a perfunctory procession lacking in tension or intrigue. But there was the U.S. men’s national team on a warm Sunday evening in Kansas City, Kan., facing some first-round stakes.Three points against Canada would seal first place in the group (the visitors needed only a draw thanks to their goal differential advantage). More importantly, a U.S.
Australia's Freestyle Season with world record
Tokyo Olympia swimming pool has its first world record: The Australian Women Season was in the final over 4 x 100 meters freestyle 36 hundredths of hundredths faster than the previous world's story. In 3: 29.69 minutes Bronte and Cate Campbell, Meg Harris and Emma McKeon in Tokyo secured the gold medal from the teams from Canada and the USA. The old world record was also launched by an Australian team in April 2018. Particularly eloquent was the performance of McKeons, who had fallen shortly before the relay race still the semifinals over 100 meters butterfly and reached the final run there. McKeon and the Campbell sisters were also swimmed into gold in 2006 in the Olympic Final in World Record Time. Fourth swimmer was then Brittany Elmslie.
Olympics-Skateboarding-Skaters debut at inaugural Olympics, fans hope for acceptance
US-OLYMPICS-2020-SKB:Olympics-Skateboarding-Skaters debut at inaugural Olympics, fans hope for acceptanceTOKYO (Reuters) - Skateboarding made its historic debut on the Olympic stage early Sunday, with men's street heats kicking off the sport's four-day competition under Tokyo's blazing sun.
has just missed a medal, however, Henning Mühlleitner. In the final over 400 meters of freestyle, the EM third of 2018 was just 13 hundredths of a bronze. It would have been the first Olympic precious metal for the German pelvic floors for 13 years. Nevertheless, the 24-year-old was not sad: "It was a mega-horny race again. I am a maximum of satisfied with what I have done today," Mühlleitner said, who had gone as a leader in the race. "I tried to stay at the feet of the boys. But then I was a bit too far behind." He had ranked six before the last 100 meters. The gold medal was surprisingly at the Tuniser Ahmed Hafnaoui.hockey women defeat United Kingdom
With a tight and competitive victory, the German hockey national team of women successfully launched into the Olympic tournament in Tokyo. Against the Olympic champions of Rio from Great Britain, the team of coach Xavier Reckinger in the end earned 2: 1 (1: 1). Viktoria Huse (24th Minute / Seven Meter) and Charlotte Stapenhorst (33.) achieved the German goals after Sarah Jones had taken the Britishes with 1-0.
Author: Andreas Sten-Ziemon (with DPA, SID)
Gold Cup grades: Which USMNT youngsters helped their stock most? .
World Cup qualifying starts Sept. 2, who from the Gold Cup squad will be there? A few, at least.[ MORE: USMNT B-team shocks heavy favorites Mexico in Gold Cup final (video) ]