A. Lazor Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Tokyo, Japan – For the women of Auburn, the first day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics was an unforgettable experience. if you know more about the A. Lazor Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Continue reading our best article.

After Sunisa Lee took home the gold in the gymnastics all-around on Thursday, Team USA’s former swimmer A. Lazor claimed bronze in the women’s 200 breaststroke on Friday morning.

A. Lazor Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

With a new best time of 2 minutes and 20 seconds, A. Lazor (who swam for Auburn from 2013 to 2016) placed third, behind gold medalist Tatjana Schoenmaker (2 minutes, 18.95 seconds) and silver medalist Lilly King (2 minutes, 19.92 seconds) of South Africa.

A. Lazor Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

A. Lazor bronze medal makes her the third Auburn woman to win an Olympic swimming medal, joining Kirsty Coventry and Margaret Hoelzer. When combined with Hoelzer’s two silvers and bronze in the 2008 Olympics, Coventry’s haul puts her in first place in school history.

Luis Martinez swam brilliantly in both the preliminaries and the semifinals of the men’s 100 butterfly, finishing eighth overall and earning a spot in the final. Martinez ran a 51.29 to place first in his heat and then a 51.30 to finish second in the semi-finals, both of which were national records for Guatemala.

Martinez, an Olympic swimmer in Rio in 2016, will compete in the 100 fly final in Tokyo on a Saturday morning. On Friday night at 8:30 p.m. Central Time, NBC will air a live broadcast of the event.

Santiago Grassi, a former teammate and training buddy, won his preliminary heat in the men’s 100 butterfly for Argentina. With a final time of 52.07, he placed 24th overall. On Friday, he plans to swim the 50 free again.

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