More than 11,000 athletes are going to participate in the Tokyo Olympics 2020, but there are only a few players who can be said to be contenders for the gold medal. In such a situation, it can be clearly said that tough competition will be seen in every sport in Tokyo Olympics. One player from the other is going to play in the Tokyo Olympics, but before the start of these games, we are telling you about four such players who can get gold medals in the Olympic Games.
All eyes will be on American footballer Megan Rapinoe, two-time (2015 and 2019) FIFA Women's World Cup winner and London 2012 gold medalist. Megan, the captain and forward player of America Women's Football, has fought for her rights off the field as well. He is a gay athlete and he has made it very clear. Despite this, she continued the momentum on the football field and was awarded FIFA's Best Female Footballer in 2019. It is clear from these achievements that Megan's eyes will once again be on her team to get the gold medal in the Olympics.
Just as Bolt dominated in athletics and Michael Phelps in swimming, no one could match Simone in gymnastics. Simone, who won four gold medals in four gymnast events at the 2016 Rio Olympics, is once again ready to win hearts with her arts in Japan. This is the reason why Simone is considered a major contender for the gold medal in gymnastics.
Djokovic, who has achieved 20 Grand Slams on par with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, becomes the only male tennis player to win a Golden Slam (all four Grand Slam and Olympic gold medals) in the same year if he wins an Olympic gold medal and then the US Open. Become a player. This feat was done by the only tennis player Steffi Graf in 1988. The road to the Olympics looks easy for Djokovic because Nadal and Federer are not participating in the Olympics.
Norway's Carsten Warholm broke a 29-year-old record in the athletics 400m hurdles. He broke the record set by Kevin Young of America in 1992. Karsten's name is included in the top players of 400 meters hurdles. Carsten completed the race in 46.7 seconds. American Rai Benjamin (46.83 s) and Qatar's Abdur Rahman (46.98 s) are also medal contenders.