There are benefits in swimming and then the benefits of the Olympics. Katinka Hosszu looked good “walking on the water” in the final training session of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Olympic Games.
A photographer took a picture of Hungarians jumping into a swimming pool at the Tokyo Olympics before the start of the Olympics. It appears that the Hungarian “Iron Lady” is walking on the water of the Tokyo Aquatic Center.
“I’m walking on the water recently…new hobby,” Hosszu said at two outlets.
Weekly newspaper Reach out to Hoth. The response may depend on the 13-hour time difference between Tokyo and the US Eastern Time Zone.
Hosszu is an expert in individual medley, which is one of the toughest competitions in all swimming competitions. It involves butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle. Hosszu won 200 IM and 400 IM gold medals at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
If you add up her Olympic and World Championship medals, she has won 64 gold medals, 20 silver medals and 12 bronze medals. For someone who is only 32 years old and about to participate in the fifth Olympic Games, this is not bad.
The Tokyo Summer Olympics officially started on Friday at the opening ceremony, but a few sports such as women’s softball and football have already begun.