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nang2

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Have you also noticed it's these transgender "women" who want to compete with women. It's never transgender "men" wanting to compete with men, as the athletic advantages men have are immense over women.
No I haven't. I guess that it seems to be a human nature to take advantage of the weaker. Kind of shameless in doing so.
 

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Japan is doing very well
agree. They have surprised me. Even though it's on their home soil, i still didn't expect them to do so well. It seems they will even end up ahead of us on the medal tally at the end of the games. They will give the US. and China a good run for their money. Will be interesting to see if they will end up ahead of the Russians as well.
 

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Yep well done Sunisa, I was cheering her. She's very talented, doesn't complain and is cute....:wub:

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Sunisa Lee has won gold in the gymnastics all-around at the Tokyo Olympics.

Americans have now won gold in the women's gymnastics all-around for the last five Olympic Games, starting with Carly Patterson in 2004, Nastia Liukin in 2008, Gabby Douglas in 2012 and Simone Biles in 2016.

The Minnesota-based Lee went into the all-arounds with a medal already in her pocket, having been part of the U.S. team that won silver Tuesday.




The first Hmong American Olympian, Lee, 18, reached victory with a strong performance in her signature event, uneven bars, and a strong vault.

Sunisa Lee is now an Olympic icon! Especially after everything that happened with Biles!
 

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agree. They have surprised me. Even though it's on their home soil, i still didn't expect them to do so well. It seems they will even end up ahead of us on the medal tally at the end of the games. They will give the US. and China a good run for their money. Will be interesting to see if they will end up ahead of the Russians as well.
You see how many judo medals are added this Olympics? Guess which sport Japan is dominant at...
 

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Lily King and Annie Lazor win silver and bronze in the 200m breaststroke for the US
Ryan Murphy wins silver for the US in the 200m backstroke.
 

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Kara Eaker
Another adopted Chinese child.
 

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As it currently stands China is leading in most gold medals


COUNTRYGOLDSILVERBRONZETOTALS
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China1671033
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Japan154625
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United States14161141
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Russian Olympic Committee912930
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Australia921122
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Great Britain58821
 

IblinI

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As it currently stands China is leading in most gold medals


COUNTRYGOLDSILVERBRONZETOTALS
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China1671033
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Japan154625
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United States14161141
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Russian Olympic Committee912930
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Australia921122
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Great Britain58821
South Korea is not doing great this time.
 

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Won't be long before they'll have their "American beats out Michelle Kwan" moment.

 

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