“2 Pasangan Emas Jepang plus 1 Pasangan Emas USA”

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Mancanegara Top News: ‘Tokyo Olympic Top News’

“2 Pasangan Emas Jepang (Skateboard & Judo & 1 Pasangan Emas USA (Renang)”

Oleh: Fathonie Abdullah
(Journalist-Researcher)

Kalau saja Penulis ada di Tokyo, tentu saja, enam orang tokoh atlet ini akan diwawancara secara eksklusif. Dan, 2 Pasangan Emas Jepang (Skateboard & Judo) plus 1 Pasangan Eman USA (Renang) ini juga bisa dijadikan ‘Special Top Story’. Karena, selain capaian prestasi ‘World Record’ atau ‘Olympic Record’, ‘Pasangan Emas’ (Peraih Medali Emas Atlet Putra & Putri Olahraga yang sama dan dari kontingen asal Negara yang sama; ingat, seperti ‘Pasangan Emas’ (Bulutangkis Indonesia) Susi Susanti & Alan Budikusuma (kebetulan mereka sudah pacaran selama di Pelatnas, lalu menikah setelah Olimpiade di Barcelona, Spanyol, selesai tahun 1992).

Namun, apa daya… baru artikel ini yang muncul — sengaja tak diterjemahkan untuk tes ‘transtool automatic language Google. Baca profil sekilas mereka, yang dikutip dari Wikipedia berikut ini:

‘Pasangan Emas’ Judo Jepang:
Hamada Shori & Aaron Wolf

Shori Hamada (濵田 尚里, Hamada Shōri, born 1990) is a Japanese judoka.[1]
She participated at the 2018 World Judo Championships, winning a gold medal.[2] In the 2019 world championships, she won silver, losing in the final contest.

In 2021, she won the silver medal in her event at the 2021 Judo World Masters held in Doha, Qatar.[3][4]

She won the gold medal in the women’s 78 kg event at the 2020 Summer Olympics held in Tokyo, Japan.[5][6]
(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shori_Hamada)

Aaron Wolf (born 25 February 1996) is a Japanese judoka[1] who won a gold medal at the 2017 World Judo Championships in Budapest. His father is an American.

Wolf became the first athlete of American descent to win the All-Japan Openweight Judo Championships with his victory on April 29, 2019.

He successfully qualified to represent Japan at the 2020 Summer Olympics,[2] and won the gold medal in the 100 kg competition at the 2020 Olympics held in Tokyo, Japan.[3]
(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Wolf_(judoka))

Pasangan Emas Skateboard Jepang: Nishiya Momiji & Horigome Yuto

Momiji Nishiya (西矢 椛, Nishiya Momiji, born 30 August 2007) is a Japanese skateboarder. At the 2020 Summer Olympics, she won the first ever gold medal in the women’s street competition. At 13, she is the youngest person ever to win a gold medal for Japan.[2][3]

Nishiya competed at the 2019 Summer X Games in the women’s street event where she scored 90.00 and won a silver medal.[4]

Nishiya competed at the 2021 Street Skateboarding World Championships where she scored 14.17 and won the silver medal.[5]

As of June 2021, Nishiya was ranked fifth in the Olympic World Skateboarding rankings, and qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics.[1][6] She competed in the women’s street competition, where she scored 15.26 and won the gold medal.[7] At the age of 13 years and 330 days, she became the youngest Olympic gold medalist for Japan, and the third youngest gold medalist in Olympic history.[8]

(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Momiji_Nishiya)

Yuto Horigome (堀米 雄斗, Horigome Yūto, born January 7, 1999) is a Japanese professional skateboarder. He is the first person to win a Gold Medal in skateboarding at the Olympics, during the 2020 Summer Games.

Horigome was born in Tokyo, Japan. He has two younger brothers. Horigome started skating when he was seven years old. He started skating in the local Amazing Square Murasaki Skatepark in Tokyo, Japan. He went skating with his father, a former street skateboarder, who taught Horigome how to ride a skateboard. Since the age of 14, Horigome has been coming to the United States on several skate trips. Due to all the traveling, Horigome finished Japanese high school from a virtual online school. When in the United States, Horigome stays at friend’s places, including pro skateboarder Micky Papa, in Los AngelesUnited States. Horigome stays in the United States in winter periods due to the cold season in Japan. Since Horigome’s move to United States, he has been competing in numerous American skateboarding events such as Tampa Am and Dew Tour, as well as participating in filming parts.[4][5]
(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuto_Horigome_(skateboarder))
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‘Pasangan Emas’ Renang USA:
Kathleen Genevieve Ledecky & Caeleb Remel Dressel’

Kathleen Genevieve Ledecky (/ləˈdɛki/; born March 17, 1997) is an American competitive swimmer. Having won six Olympic gold medals and 15 world championship gold medals, the most in history for a female swimmer, she is widely considered the greatest female swimmer of all time.[3] Ledecky is the world record holder in the women’s 400-, 800-, and 1500-meter freestyle (long course). She also holds the fastest-ever times in the women’s 500-, 1000-, 1500, and 1650-yard freestyle events.
(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katie_Ledecky)

Caeleb Remel Dressel (born August 16, 1996) is an American freestyle and butterfly swimmer who specializes in the sprint events. He currently represents the Cali Condors which is part of the International Swimming League. He won seven gold medals at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships in Budapest and a record eight medals, including six gold, at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships in Gwangju.[3] Dressel is a four-time Olympic gold medalist and currently holds the world records in the 100 meter butterfly (both long course and short course), 50 meter freestyle (short course), and 100 meter individual medley (short course).
(https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caeleb_Dressel)
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