Twice he was attacked by Corona but won Olympic gold

Twice he was attacked by Corona but won Olympic gold

After swimming, he opened his glasses. Tom Dean then looked at the score. His eyes became watery. He raised his face and raised his hands to his head. You can’t believe what happened!

Seeing Tom Dean’s reaction, many may think that he has not won anything. In fact, Tom Dean won the gold medal in the boys’ 200m freestyle.

Dean didn’t really think he could take part in the Olympics! The British swimmer was hit twice in the corona while preparing for the Tokyo Olympics.

There was also a lack of preparation for Dean, who recovered twice from Corona. He had to stay in isolation at the beginning of the year. Stay away from practice, couldn’t do the exercise properly.

But the 21-year-old Dean has won an incredible gold medal by making up for all the shortcomings. Dean won the gold with 0.04 seconds less than his teammate Duncan Scott, while Duncan won the silver. For the first time since 1908, Great Britain won gold and silver at the same time in a swimming event at the Olympics.

This is Adam PT’s 100m breaststroke yesterday with gold and this is the second gold medal for boys in swimming in Great Britain.
Dean Sona, who has beaten Corona twice, said in response to the win, ‘It’s a great feeling. A dream of hanging a gold medal around my neck came true. ‘

“I’ve had corona twice in the last 12 months,” Dean said of the difficult days of corona. I was in isolation in my own flat. At that time, Olympic gold was millions of miles away from me. ‘

Dean first contracted corona in September last year. Then at the beginning of this year. The second time he was physically quite broken. “The second time the situation was worse than the first,” Dean told Reuters. Corona was negative and could not return to practice immediately. It took a few weeks for the body to recover. ‘

Tomb of dreams, or the beginning of dreams? How to see Roman Sana’s departure from archery at the Tokyo Olympics. How many have dreamed that Roman will win a medal in this Olympics?

Yes, for the past few years, the way this Bangladeshi archer has been making the country proud in various international competitions, including the World Championships, has created a dream magic around him. What he says in response after his departure is seen as the beginning of a new dream.

Roman made a great start to the boys’ recurve. Great Britain competed against Tom Hall in the second round. But the joy lasted only 52 minutes.

In the second round, he lost to Canada’s opponent Crispin Duenas. In the end, Duenas broke Roman’s heart and won the match by 6–4 set points.

The Roman-Duanas battle was settled in the last shot. Two of the previous four sets were won by two. Roman had to hit 10 as Duaneus hit 9 in the last shot. It’s a lot like winning a team by hitting a boundary at the end of cricket.

Roman could not cope with the pressure. 6 killed. Even if he hit 9, the game could have ended in a tiebreak. Till the end, the companion of the Bangladeshi archer regrets.

World Archery’s Twitter page published Roman’s comment at the end of the match. There he reacted to his departure from the Tokyo Olympics. The Bangladeshi archer, however, did not hide his regret, ‘I lost by only 10 points. Feeling bad. I had boundary at the end of cricketmatch. ‘

“I want to play in the 2024 Olympics,” Roman said. My main goal is to win gold in the 2026 Olympics. I will try my best. ‘

Olympic gold is a far cry, a medal is a big dream for Bangladesh. From 1984 to this year, participating in 9 Olympics (1974, 198, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016), medals have been a distant topic for Bangladesh.

Despite being one of the most populous countries in the world, Bangladesh has not been able to win a medal in the Olympics. Sports fans do not see any possibility of overcoming this situation in the near future. In such a situation, Roman Sana has started dreaming. If the dream comes true one day, it will be a great thing.

Tomb of dreams, or the beginning of dreams? How to see Roman Sana’s departure from archery at the Tokyo Olympics. How many have dreamed that Roman will win a medal in this Olympics?

Yes, for the past few years, the way this Bangladeshi archer has been making the country proud in various international competitions, including the World Championships, has created a dream magic around him. What he says in response after his departure is seen as the beginning of a new dream.

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