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Takahashi has only seen gold medals at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
(Sentence = Koji Fuse, Photographed by Sachiko Hodaka) Yuki Takahashi (Yamanashi Gakuin University) shows a margin toward the camera when weighing. → Continue reading
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Tokyo Olympics(Tokyo Olympics)
- Held tournament
- 1964 Tokyo Olympics -1964th held in 18Summer olympic.
- 2020 Tokyo Olympics --The 2021nd Summer Olympic Games held in 32.The original plan was to hold it in 2020,New coronavirus infectionIt was postponed for one year due to the influence of.
- 1940 Tokyo Olympics -The 1940th Summer Olympic Games, which was to be held in 12.
- I ran for but was not elected to the venue
gold medalWhat is (kind medal)?FriMade ininsignia/ EmblemOr goldPlatingInsignia/emblem.CompetitionAnd competition (Contest)ofWinTo the personRecognition, And many moreCommemorativeIt is often given for.
EnglishThen "gold medal"Good[Note 1],JapaneseBut thisSound recording officialForeign words"Gold medalIs valid.Chinese language(ChineseAnd Japanese)gold medal(Japanese sound: Kinpai,pinyin : jīnpái<Din pie>)”[Note 2].
Gold medal as a sports medal
OriginallyFriIt is made of disc and has a disk shape.victorySymbolizelaurelHas been given a pattern such asMedalIs called like this.In addition, a ring is attached to the upper part of the main body.firstA wide string or ribbon is passed through to hang it.Also,Metaphor"Victory" "WinIs also used as a meaning. In group sportsChampionship flag,TrophyEtc. are given to the team, but a gold medal is given to each player.
Modern olympic gold medal
Modern olympicIngold medalIt is,Olympic medalsKind of. It is a medal awarded to the person who has achieved the highest grade. In social valueFri-Silver-copperThe first place award is represented in gold, as is the order and gold is the highest.
Until the 2003 editionOlympic charterIn “purity 92.5% or moreSilver(Sterling SilverOr britannia silver) medal surface with 6g or more goldPlatingWhat was done”(In other words, it must be vermeil) (Rule 70, Bylaw 2-2). This is to ensure that there is no economic disadvantage depending on the host country.. However, this statement has been deleted from the 2004 version of the Charter, leaving only the statement that the medal and diploma form must be submitted to the IOC for approval in advance (Rule 59). There is.
The design of the medal differs depending on the competition.1998 Nagano OlympicsThen in partlacquerA paint was used.2006 Turin OlympicsThen the shape isdonutThe shapes were different in form. However,Summer olympicFor the back side of2004 Athens OlympicsThe standard is unified with the opportunity, and the goddess of victoryNike ReliefIt was fixed to what was given as. This changeGreece International Olympic Committee (IOC) request.
Modern olympic gold medal
1912 Stockholm OlympicsGold medal
1920 Antwerp Olympic GamesGold medal
1952 Helsinki OlympicsGold medal
1960 Rome OlympicsGold medal
1964 Tokyo OlympicsGold medal
1968 Mexico City OlympicsGold medal
1972 Sapporo OlympicsGold medal
1980 Moscow OlympicsGold medal
1988 Seoul OlympicsGold medal
1998 Nagano OlympicsGold medal
2008 Beijing OlympicsGold medal
2012 London OlympicsGold medal
2014 Sochi OlympicsGold medal
Gold medal of other sports competitions
1997World Masters Athletics ChampionshipsGold medal
UEFA Champions League 2000-01 Gold medal
2006 World Baseball ClassicGold medal
2013World Speed Skating ChampionshipsGold medal
2019 Junior World Championships Cycling Tournament (2019 en) Gold medal
Bite a gold medal
chew a gold medal
The player who wins the gold medal bites the medal that he holds.OrShow and chewgestureTo doperformanceThere is. It has been around since the late 20th century. There is no term for this act,JapaneseThen "Bite a gold medalOrNothing"Or"Gold medalThe fireThat".Fluctuation of expressionThere is also a word form that abbreviates "gold".English(*De facto internationalcommon language) Then, "chew a gold medal(Meaning: bite a gold medal)" is commonly used.
There are various opinions about who performed the performance of biting a gold medal, but the most influential of them is1988 Seoul Olympicstime,Swimming200 meters for menFreestyleWonAustraliaRepresentative player Duncan John Armstrong (en), that person. Although the details of the reason are unknown, one theory is that "I tried to check whether the gold medal is made of real gold".. After that, gold medalists from various countries and regions came to do this, and it became a spectacle that was widely caught by people all over the world through news and magazine articles.
JapanThen,1996 Atlanta Olympics OfjudoBecame a men's 71kg class gold medalistKenzo NakamuraHowever, it is held immediately after the award ceremony, and among those based on reliable information, this is "Japan andJapaneseIs considered the first performance as.インターネットAbove, for a long time, he became a gold medalist in the men's 2 kg class that took place two days after Nakamura's match.Tadahiro NomuraWas considered the first in Japan and the first in JapanNomura himself denied this, "NakamuraSeniorWas imitated.".. Also, since Nakamura's performance can be confirmed from sports photos taken at the time, Nakamura is the first person to the best of Nomura's knowledge... In the story of the person concerned about Nakamura's photograph published in the sports paper, Nakamura's performance wasカ メ ラ マ ンWas in response to the request of.. That person thinks that Nakamura had no idea to "bite a medal.".. like this
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