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Harford County Swimmer Chase Kalisz Brings Home First US Gold In Tokyo Olympics

TOKYO (AP/WJZ) — The U.S.’s first gold medal of the 2021 Tokyo summer games goes to a Harford County swimmer. Chase Kalisz of Bel Air led a medal haul by the powerhouse American team at the Olympic pool, taking gold Sunday in the men’s 400-meter individual medley. There was room for others to shine, as well. Host Japan claimed its first swimming gold, and Tunisia also got a stint atop the medal podium. Kalisz was the first U.S, medal winner of the Tokyo Games, and Jay Litherland made it a 1-2 finish for the Americans by rallying on the freestyle leg to claim the silver. Brendon...
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Thousands celebrate Pride in Budapest following anti-LGBT legislation

Thousands of Hungarians participated in a Pride parade Saturday in protest of the government's new anti-LGBT legislation, according to a report from Politico. The Hungarian Parliament in June passed legislation that bans the distribution or content in schools that officials believe "promotes" homosexuality or gender transition. Students under the age of 18 may not be shown any content, including advertisements of this nature. The law was supported by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s party.
Worldmsn.com

Hosszu dethroned as Australia shatter relay world record

Japan's Yui Ohashi dethroned Hungarian 400m medley queen Katinka Hosszu Sunday as Tunisia won a rare swimming gold medal and Australia's all-conquering women's 4x100m relay team smashed their own world record. Veteran Hosszu won three golds and a silver at Rio in 2016, shattering the 400m medley world mark to...
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Fencing-Japan's fencing hopefuls make it to round of 16

TOKYO, July 25 (Reuters) - Japanese fencing medal hopefuls Yuka Ueno and Masaru Yamada made their way to the round of 16, chasing Japan's first Olympic fencing medals in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Ranked seventh in the world rankings, Ueno was champion of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games' woman's...
Swimming & Surfingmypanhandle.com

Powerhouse US swim team shines with 6 medals, 1st US gold

TOKYO (AP) — Chase Kalisz got things started, claiming the first American gold at the Olympic pool. Six of them in all, quite a start Sunday for the U.S. in the post-Michael Phelps era. “I’m happy to be here and kick the U.S. off,” said Kalisz, who won the 400-meter...
WorldWBNS 10TV Columbus

Chase Kalisz brings home first US gold medal of Tokyo Olympics

TOKYO, Japan — TOKYO (AP) — Chase Kalisz got things started, claiming the first American gold at the Olympic pool. Six of them in all, quite a start Sunday for the U.S. in the post-Michael Phelps era. “I’m happy to be here and kick the U.S. off,” said Kalisz, who...
Sportsswimswam.com

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Day 1 Finals Preview

On the slate include the men's 400 IM final, women's 100 FL semis, men's 400 FR final, women's 400 IM final, men's 100 BR semis, and the women's 400 FR relay. Current photo via Jack Spitser/Spitser Photography. 2020 TOKYO SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES. When: Pool swimming: Saturday, July 24 – Sunday,...
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Scripture Readings

Repose of St. Jacob (Netsvetov), Enlightener of the Peoples of Alaska (1864). Hieromartyr Hermolaus and Martyrs Hermippus and Hermocrates at Nicomedia (ca. 305). Ven. Moses the Hungarian, of the Kiev Caves (Near Caves—ca. 1043). Martyr Paraskevḗ of Rome (2nd c.). Ven. Gerontius of St. Anne Skete (Mt. Athos). The “EMVOLON” Icon of the Mother of God in Constantinople.
Sportsatptour.com

Murray Withdraws From Singles At Tokyo Olympics

Andy Murray of Great Britain withdrew from the singles draw at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday citing a right quad injury. The 34-year-old plans to continue in the doubles draw with Joe Salisbury. "I am really disappointed at having to withdraw, but the medical staff have advised me against playing...
Swimming & Surfingnbcboston.com

USA Takes Silver and Bronze Behind Japan in Women's 400m IM

The hosts from Japan celebrated a surprise gold for Yui Ohashi in the women's 400m medley Sunday in Tokyo. American Emma Weyant, one of the favorites, placed second for silver with teammate Hali Flickinger touching third for bronze. There was no crowd in the arena to cheer on Ohashi but...
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