Tokyo, Japan: Olympic Games; Today we received great news the committee running the summer games has decided to allow 10,000 Japanese spectators into each venue. I know the athletes are super stoked about this, they will be able to perform in front of screaming fans. An energy that’s so needed for these elite performers to be in top-tier performance.
Haha BBC news anchor Tim Willcox has such a cynical attitude towards the games allowing the fans in. Be sure to watch the video and see what I mean. I don’t understand why not be happy it’s a great stride in the right direction so the world can open up. The guidelines will be strict, all spectators must wear a mask at all times while in the venues, the capacity will be at only 50%, and fans won’t be able to speak too loudly. A lot of noise can be made by clapping and stomping trust me.
One woman who’s defiantly going to be in peak performance state running in front of spectators is going to be Sha’Carrie Richardson. The 21-year-old sprinter and Dallas, Texas native is officially an Olympian. Sunday Richardson showed off her blazing close-out speed 🏃🏽♀️🔥🔥🔥🏃🏽♀️. Watch Sha’Carrie’s amazing performance below and stay for her emotional interview. The games are set to begin July, 23. The world’s top athletes will then be on display competing for gold and chasing down the record books.
Sha’Carrie Richardson Blazes Past Her Competition
Source: Instagram & BBC
Videos: BBC & NBC
Cover Photo: The New York Times