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Korean national athletes open official training period for 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Korean national athletes open official training period for 2020 Tokyo Olympics

South Korean athletes began official training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with about six months left until the summer games begin some 500 athletes and coaches gathered at Tyndall training center in chungcheongbuk-do province for the opening ceremony earlier today Sports Minister of Pahang who encouraged the athletes and pledged to provide needed support team …

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Kevin Thompson is off to the Olympics

Kevin Thompson is off to the Olympics

I’ll be Head of Performance Services for the Australian Olympic Team. I’ll report to the Chef de Mission, work very closely with Ian Chesterman. It’s a huge privilege to be part of this and I think everyone who works in high-performance sport aspires to go to an Olympic Games. It’s the pinnacle event and I’m …

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Viktor Axelsen bedazzles PWG Freestyle with his badminton matrix workout | Hitting the Wall

Viktor Axelsen bedazzles PWG Freestyle with his badminton matrix workout | Hitting the Wall

My name is Philip Warren Gertsson, and I’m a professional football freestyler. I’m here in beautiful Odense, Denmark. I’m here to meet up with Viktor Axelsen, professional badminton player. He recently won a bronze medal in Rio. The weather’s not perfect, we know, but that does not stop an Olympian from training. Viktor, right? -Viktor, …

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The Ideal Taekwondo athlete with Team Korea

The Ideal Taekwondo athlete with Team Korea

With the new scoring system, the perfect Taekwondo athlete requires good height, flexibility, power, stamina, concentration as well as many other abilities. The muscles of the posterior thighs and calves are important before matches. I think the abdominal muscles are very important. And also the power from the lumbar muscles is important as well. A …

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