World, Tokyo Olympics 2020: Live News, Medals And Results On July 28

World, Tokyo Olympics 2020: Live News

USA's Caeleb Dressel wins 100-meter freestyle with Olympic record time

US swimmer Caeleb Dressel sets an Olympic record while taking the gold medal in the men's 100-meter freestyle final

7/29/2021 5:54:00 AM

US swimmer Caeleb Dressel sets an Olympic record while taking the gold medal in the men's 100-meter freestyle final

The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics are underway after the Games were delayed for almost a year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Follow here for the latest news on the Summer Olympics.

Hot and humid week ahead for Olympic athletesFrom CNN Weather’s Taylor Ward and Gene NormanKim Si Woo of South Korea walks past a fan spraying mist during golf competition in Kawagoe, Japan, on July 29. Toby Melville/ReutersTokyo is experiencing a hot and humid first week of the Olympics, but the high temperatures are not unusual for Japan's capital in mid-summer.

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The average high temperature for late July in Tokyo is 31 degrees Celsius (88 degrees Fahrenheit). Over the past five days, highs have ranged from 29.8 to 34.4 degrees Celsius (86 to 94 F) — an average of roughly 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 F) above usual high temperatures.

Compounding the heat is the usual high humidity. Humidity values have ranged from 66% to 84%, making it feel much hotter, and limiting the body’s ability to cool down through sweat and evaporation.Though Tokyo is not officially in a heat wave, the hot weather is having an impact on Olympic athletes, particularly in the tennis. Organizers said Wednesday they are pushing back matches so they will begin later in the day. headtopics.com

It came after Spain’s Paula Badosa wasforced to retirefrom her women’s singles quarterfinal match and left the court in a wheelchairdue to heatstroke on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Russian Olympic Committee player Daniil Medvedev told the chair umpire that he could finish his men’s singles third-round match — but wanted to know whether the International Tennis Federation would take

.What athletes can expect in the next week:The forecast in Tokyo is for more of the same — temperatures will continue to be in the low 30s in degrees Celsius (86 to 92 F) over the next seven days, potentially reaching 33 to 34 degrees Celsius (92 to 93 F) over the weekend. There are not currently any heat advisories in effect for the Greater Tokyo region, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency.

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Repping Northeast Florida! Way to go, Caleb! nycsouthpaw He seems to have some sort of skin condition on his entire left arm. Is it OK for him to be in a pool? Way to go!! minh muon mot nua cua minh la nguoi hien lanh, ko nong tinh, cv on dinh, la nguoi nghe an Congratulations Caeleb.Well done. Go USA🇺🇸 NBCOlympics

Also wins gold medal for being the hottest Olympian ever mot chang trai cung co cung so thich nhu minh .. ko nhu doi hoi .. nguoi do phai hoan hao ... Sadly, his chest is too large, or his head is to small. Tokyo2020 dressel

Caeleb Dressel wins gold medal in men's 100 freestyle at Tokyo OlympicsTeam USA's Caeleb Dressel won the gold medal in the 100m freestyle at the Tokyo Summer Olympics. It is Dressel's first individual Olympic medal. horrible Go USA! Must be why the viewership is so low. From the lbgt filth to the American hating trash it seems to be more about grandstanding for political agendas than sports

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Hopefully he can handle the pressure. You know what i mean Japan does not lead the medals count, as written here. It is a distant third, well behind Team USA. Geez. Nice! Awesome!! Billed as the fastest 100m final in history ,it was fitting that Dressel broke the long -standing record of 47.05 that Australia's Eamon Sullivan set at Beijing 2008.

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American Caeleb Dressel sets swim Olympic record in TokyoAmerican Caeleb Dressel set a new Olympic record in the 100-meter freestyle at the Tokyo2020 Games. Vui vẻ, hoà đồng

Caeleb Dressel has gold of his own, collects 1st individual gold in 100m freestyleDressel has won three Olympic gold medals, but it's his first for an individual event.

Swimmer Caeleb Dressel: ‘I think the sport chose me’Team USA swimmer Caeleb Dressel has already has one gold medal in the Tokyo Games as part of the 4-by-100 freestyle relay team, on top of two he won in Rio. Expectations couldn't be higher for the Florida native, whom some have called the heir apparent to Michael Phelps. TODAY’s Craig Melvin spoke with Dressel, who says: “I think the sport chose me … I love the challenges it throws my way.” He also says he thinks Phelps is “a better swimmer than me.”

Why Olympic Swimmer Caeleb Dressel Doesn’t Want You Comparing Him to Michael Phelps - E! OnlineTeam USA’s Caeleb Dressel may be the to watch on the men’s swimming team, but that doesn’t mean he’s the next Michael Phelps. Find out why he think it’s unfair to compare him to the greatest swimmer.