These tears are not small.The man who had to walk behind made a loud, trembling sob it The defeat in the originally quiet hall of the Budokan expresses the pain of the extraordinary athletes. Their lifelong preparation still prevented them from surviving the four-minute match JapanThe elusive judo superstar.
Azerbaijan’s Rustam Orujov, ranked second in the world, top seed Tokyo, And then wiped his eyes dry with his unfolded gi it The end of their gold medal race in Rio de Janeiro, the two games separated by 65 seconds.
it He is the most dominant player in the Japanese judo team. This may be the best player in the history of the Olympic Games. his The combination of brute force and tactical invention has been maintained he Undefeated since 2015, even in the Olympic heavyweight competition with incredible talent-only one of them has scored in the match it.
After winning five consecutive games at the Budokan, 29-year-old Ono is now a two-time Olympic champion. his To be better than his Peers only he Can boast in modern sports.Even two-time Olympic champion Teddy Riner (Teddy Riner), the French heavyweight heavyweight, has been ten years between two defeats, and his dominance is not as good as it Now.
it There are also characteristics: he Decided not to compete between the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and the Olympics, and chose a gold medal path that seemed stupid to judo players his ability.
it This strategy has been followed before: he Did not participate in the two consecutive World Championships after Rio, but returned to the Budokan to win the championship in 2019 his The third world champion. it Obviously feel he Benefit more from hard training JapanUnparalleled domestic system, instead of tournament travel to faraway places, and his The result is beyond doubt.
“I haven’t participated in the competition for a long time, but I decided to be pragmatic,” it Speak through an interpreter. “I tried to attend the training. I was not idle. I stayed focused.”
After a few months, nothing can shake the focus of this judo. It has two bulbous cauliflower ears, which have been ground into a cushion shape over the years and connected to the head shaped like a paint can and stacked on a thick neck.
it Looks like a fighter, but his Judo is based on speed, strength and constantly diversified techniques. he Sometimes the evocative language of martial arts teaching is also used to express his Goals and wishes: For example, he Say his The goal of these Olympics is “from the overwhelming existence of judo to the absolute existence of judo. I think I am close to this goal.”
When the same vicious competitor wins, any rusty concept disappears his The game starts on Monday.
Because it There has been no war since the beginning of 2020, he Participated in the Olympic draw as a non-seed, ranking 13th in the world.This means disaster for Orujov, if he it Not attracted to his quarter final.
it Defeating Oruyov again in the final of the Rio Olympic Games and the final of the 2019 World Championship is unforgettable. it Defeated the honorable Azerbaijani champion at the Olympics again, and completed he 49 seconds left.
In the evening, Ono’s two battles became more intense. his The gold medal battle is an epic duel with Georgia’s Lasha Shavdatuashvili, the fearless veteran won his third Olympic medal while winning his third Olympic medal. it Get into several dangerous situations.
“I have some fear of getting into the gold scoring,” it admit.
it When did you win he Suddenly executed a sasae tsurikomi ashi-pulling Shavdatuashvili towards he And sweep the floor his The opponent’s foot backwards-the decisive Waza Ali entered the Sudden Death Gold score nearly 5 1/2 minutes.
“Of course, I’m a bit disappointed, but it It’s the best judo,” Shavdatuashvili said. “He is strong and never makes mistakes. The best wins. “
it Not a person who reveals too much in public, and he No celebration his It is a sacred place to win the second Olympic gold medal in any visible way on the floor of the ancient Budokan he since his youth.
it put his Hands-on his The heart of the Japanese national anthem, but afterwards he accepted his The medal awarded by Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee, hung it around his neck and stood on the podium blankly, as if waiting for a bus.
“I want to engrave every memory in my mind,” he Say.
Ono’s repetitive mission is over, but his The game is not: he Saturday will participate in the first Olympic mixed team competition, join JapanIt is best in another game to limit the dominant exhibition that is being formed. Japan Won four golds, one silver and one bronze in just the first three days Tokyo, There are eight heavyweight courses to be carried out.
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