Youth Olympics 2018: Six Athletes Debut at Buenos Aires Ahead of 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo
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Buenos Aires, October 12: Six young athletes have competed in the men's Olympics sports climbing finals, which made a debut at the Youth Olympics 2018 before its future inclusion in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The audience silently watched as the young athletes outlined their climb with their hands after having only five minutes to examine and find a possible route to climb the structure on Thursday. Japan took the gold and silver medal, in which participants, who are 17 and 18 years old, sometimes appeared to be in impossible positions trying to reach the next point of support. Youth Olympic Games 2018 Medal Tally and Standings: India Continues Its Golden Run at Buenos Aires, Steady at 7th Position on Medal Table at 2018 Summer YOG!.

The first ever Olympic champion Keita Dohi, 17, told the media that the most important thing is mental strength. Dohi is already 47th in the world rankings, in a sport in which Japan is the main power. The young, 1.7-meter height, gold medalist began climbing when he was seven. While other kids played baseball or football, he climbed. Archana Kamath Enters Girl’s Singles Table Tennis Semifinals at Youth Olympics 2018.

Later he discovered that there are climbing competitions and now his dream is to represent his country in 2020, when sport climbing will make its debut in the Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo. India at Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games: Manu Bhaker to Saurabh Chaudhary, Meet Medal Hopes at Summer Youth Olympics in Argentina.