Tokyo Olympics Wrestling

Tamyra Mensah-Stock of Colorado Springs celebrates after defeating Blessing Oborududu of Nigeria and winning the women’s 68kg freestyle wrestling final match Tuesday at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Chiba, Japan.

Colorado was represented in the Olympics by 34 athletes. Here we’ll track the schedule for those yet to compete and the medal winners among those who already have wrapped their events in Tokyo.

Several athletes from Colorado will be competing in the Olympic Games in Tokyo over the next few weeks.



Amber English, Colorado Springs (shooting) –Women’s skeet

Will Shaner, Colorado Springs (shooting) – Men’s 10m air rifle

Anastasija Zolotic, Colorado Springs (taekwondo) – Women’s 57kg

Tamyra Mensah-Stock, Colorado Springs (wrestling)  Women's 68kg

Lindsey Horan, Golden (soccer)

Jennifer Valente, Colorado Springs -Track cycling - Women's omnium

Haleigh Washington, Colorado Springs; Jordyn Poulte, Aurora (Volleyball) - Women's tournament 

🥈 Silver

Lucas Kozeniesky, Colorado Springs (shooting) – 10-meter air rifle mixed team

Kevin McDowell, Colorado Springs (triathlon) — mixed relay

Adeline Gray, Denver (wrestling) – Women’s freestyle 76 kg


🥉 Bronze

Jennifer Valente, Emma White, Chloé Dygert, Lily Williams and Megan Jastrab, Colorado Springs (cycling)  Women's team pursuit

Lindsey Horan, Golden (soccer)

Paul Chelimo, Colorado Springs  (track and field) - 5,000 meter run

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