Venezuela Daniel Dares wins silver at BMX Freestyle Tokyo 2020

Tokyo Japan.- Venezuela Daniel Dares won a silver medal in the BMX freestyle cycling (third for Venezuela at the Olympics), making his debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and becoming the first Olympic champion for the Australian Logan Martin.

Britain’s Teklan Bruce won bronze, while Costa Rican Kenneth Tenzio became the first male athlete to give his country an Olympic medal, finishing 4th and 3rd on the podium.

The first Olympic BMX freestyle final was a resounding success, with Logan scoring 93.30, Darzin 92.05 and Bruce 90.80.

Tenzio had a top score of 90.50, which did not help him climb the podium.

With fantastic exercise in the first ‘run’, he had already warned the day before that he would save the tricks for the final day, with Venezuela scoring 90.10, Australia’s favorite Logan Martin (93.30), Costa Rican Tenzio finishing 4th (84.20), at the bottom of the podium.

In the thrilling second race, Britain’s Declan Brooks, third after the first step, broke Dares’ score (with 90.80 points) and the next participant, Tenzio, was placed on the temporary podium with 90.50.

Dares, the largest of the participants and born in the 1980s (age 36), underwent a second training session, which earned him 92.05 points and defended the podium, leaving Costa Rican Tenzio without a medal. .

Rim Nagamura was the only Japanese man to take silver from Venezuela, but he scored 85.10 points in the second inning and unleashed joy among Venezuelan fans.

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