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Tokyo Updates: Crouser Earns Shot Put Gold; Harrison Wins Canoe Sprint

The sun is rising in Day 13 of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and Team USA has plenty of opportunity to increase its lead on the medal count board. Team USA’s Alix Klineman and April Ross beat Switzerland in the beach volleyball semifinals, the women’s Olympic golf tournament resumed in Tokyo, and the track and field competition continued.
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Ryan Crouser defends shot put gold with three Olympic records

TOKYO – Arkansas volunteer assistant Ryan Crouser successfully defended his Olympic gold medal with a stellar performance that was capped with an Olympic record throw of 76 feet, 5 ½ inches (23.30), just three-quarters of an inch shy of the world record he set in June. For the first time...
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Ryan Crouser defends Olympic shot put gold medal

TOKYO — The scene at Olympic Stadium Thursday morning had a familiar look. Or, in the case of the U.S. men’s sprinters, all too familiar. Team USA’s Ryan Crouser dominated the shot put competition, successfully defend the gold medal he won five years earlier in Rio de Janeiro. And once...
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Tokyo Updates: US Men's Basketball to Gold Medal Game; Crouser Wins Shot Put

The sun is up in Day 13 of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and Team USA has plenty of opportunity to increase its lead on the medal count board. Team USA’s Alix Klineman and April Ross beat Switzerland in the beach volleyball semifinals, the women’s Olympic golf tournament resumed in Tokyo, and the track and field competition continued.
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Tokyo Rewind, Aug. 4: American relay stunner; Crouser sets shot put record

Wednesday at the Tokyo Olympics brought a record, tears and just plain shocking results for the United States, particularly in track and field. The highlight of the day was Ryan Crouser breaking his own Olympic record in the shot put with a distance of 23.30 meters to earn the first track and field gold for the American men in Tokyo. Joe Kovacs of the U.S. took silver.
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Ryan Crouser Defends Olympic Shot Put Gold; Kovacs Second for Silver

World record-holder Ryan Crouser successfully defended his Olympic shot put gold medal Thursday in Tokyo, launching a No. 2 all-time mark of 23.30m on his final attempt to seal the title. Crouser, who led Tuesday’s qualifying, opened up with a massive 22.83m to best his own Olympic record set in...
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