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Exhausted Titmus seizes Ledecky's Olympic 200m crown | New Straits Times

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28/7/2021 8:34:00 AM

NSTsports 'Bloody exhausted, that was tough one.' Tokyo2020 Olympics AriarneTitmus Gold

TOKYO: Ariarne Titmus admitted she was exhausted after winning gold to dethrone American great Katie Ledecky in the Olympic 200m freestyle final on Wednesday, having already taken her 400m crown.

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Unimap becomes first public university to conduct research on hemp cultivation

ARAU (Bernama) - Universiti Malaysia Perlis (Unimap) has become the first public university in the country to conduct research on hemp (a member of the cannabis sativa plant) as an agricultural product with the potential of being economically developed in the future.

Titmus downs Ledecky, Milak gets 200 fly gold and Ohashi does medley double | Malay MailTOKYO, July 28 — Australia’s Ariarne Titmus and Japan’s Yui Ohashi won their second gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday while Hungary’s Kristof Milak powered to the men’s butterfly 200m gold. The women’s 200m freestyle, part two of Titmus’s ‘duel in the pool’ with...

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Hungary's Milak wins men's Olympic 200m butterfly gold | New Straits TimesNSTsports Milak came into the race with a personal best nearly two seconds ahead of anyone else, and winning gold appeared to be a mere formality. Tokyo2020 Olympics KristofMilak Gold Hungary

Britain's Tom Dean wins men's Olympic 200m freestyle gold | New Straits TimesNSTsports Britain's Tom Dean scorched to the men's Olympic 200m freestyle gold medal Tuesday, overpowering team-mate Duncan Scott. Tokyo2020 Olympics TomDean Freestyle

Japanese star Ono seals second straight Olympic judo crown | New Straits TimesNSTsports ShoheiOno, one of Japan's biggest judo stars, won his second straight Olympic title on Monday with a tense victory over Georgian world champion LashaShavdatuashvili at the Nippon Budokan. Tokyo2020 Tokyo Olympics Olympics 🥇🤼‍♂️🇯🇵