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Olympics-Swimming-Japan's Ohashi ends winning streak of Hungary's 'Iron Lady' with medley gold

Olympics-Swimming-Japan's Ohashi ends winning streak of Hungary's 'Iron Lady' with medley gold

25/7/2021 8:11:00 AM

Olympics-Swimming-Japan's Ohashi ends winning streak of Hungary's 'Iron Lady' with medley gold

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Yui Ohashi dominated the women’s 400m medley on Sunday, with the 25-year-old winning gold and beating off competitors including world-record holder Hungary's Katinka Hosszu who has presided over the event for the past eight years.

Ohashi finished in a time of 4:32.08, 3.90 seconds ahead of Hosszu who placed fifth with a time of 4:35.98. The Hikone born Ohashi will face Hosszu, who refers to herself as the Iron Lady, in the 200m Medley on Monday.Wiping away tears as she stood on the podium, Ohashi lifted her gold medal and bouquet of flowers, beaming at her team in the mostly empty stands.

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“It doesn’t feel real. It is like a dream for me. I couldn’t go to the Rio Olympics, so for the past five years this became a big dream for me," she said."This accomplishment is amazing for me."Ohashi said she had previously contemplated stopping competitive swimming but was able to leverage her experience over the past five years to succeed in Tokyo.

"After the heats yesterday, I thought I might be able to win a gold medal but I didn’t want to think about things too much and I just wanted to focus on my race.""I just wanted to swim my race and I think that is the biggest reason why I was able to win that gold medal," she said. headtopics.com

"I really felt like I gave it my all."(Reporting by Farah Master; Editing by Muralikumar Anantharaman) Read more: The Star »

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