Friday, September 24

Adriana Cerezo, first medal of Spain in the Tokyo Olympics: the child prodigy of taekwondo

With the cheekiness of a 17-year-old girl, Adriana Cerezo has made history in Tokyo. The taekwondo player has secured the first medal for Spain in these Olympic Games after sweeping all her rivals until the final: the Serbian and second in the Bogdanovic ranking, the Chinese and double Olympic champion Wu and the Turkish Yildirim in the semifinals.

Adriana Cerezo will play the final against the Thai Wongpattanakit at 2:30 p.m. Spanish time this Saturday. The child prodigy of Spanish taekwondo had never competed against Asian rivals, since her international experience was limited only to the European championship that she won to everyone’s surprise and the Pre-Olympic in which she also won with incredible ease.

Now the gold or silver of an Olympic Games awaits him. No more no less. She looked more in Paris 2024 than in Tokyo 2021, but her eternal smile, the same one with which she entered to seek Olympic glory in a match only suitable for the chosen ones, made her face this championship as her appointment with the EvAU in June last. Boys and girls thing.

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