The people. The tradition. The excellence. Those three words symbolize the pride that is rampant among a nation of believers and supporters of all things Ohio State Buckeye and everything scarlet and gray.
And something that brings out Buckeye pride as much as anything is an Olympic year, and we’re now in one with the 2020 Summer Olympic Games set for July 23 through August 8, 2021 in Tokyo.
Ohio State women’s hockey alumna Emma (Laaksonen) Terho has been elected as the new chairwoman of the International Olympic Committee Athletes’ Commission.
Helped team to fifth place & will compete again Aug. 7
Part of the 4×100-meter relay team
Her 21.95 time at the Trials ranks first all-time on the collegiate list, becoming the first woman in collegiate history to finish in under 22 seconds.
Represented home country of Sierra Leonne
Pair of Buckeyes competed in pistol events
Finished fourth in her heat with a time of 12.76
10x All-American scored a 14.566
100m hurdles semifinals slated for Sunday, Aug. 1 at 6:45 a.m. ET.
Kyle Snyder improvises Olympic training
Helps Team USA advance in 4x100m medley
Harvey, Goldie help Canadians take fifth in foil
NCAA champ posts Top 20 finish
Six Buckeyes have concluded competition
Yoder determined to leave his mark
Five Buckeyes finished the opening weekend in medal contention
Armstrong just short of 100m backstroke final
Pommel Horse finals 4 a.m. ET Sunday, Aug. 1
Harvey falls to eventual gold medal winner
Hunter Armstrong (USA) & Gaziev (CAN) swim Sunday, July 25
Six Buckeyes spoke to the media at Ohio State prior to departing for Tokyo to discuss their Olympic journey thus far.More
Ohio State will feature a record representation of student-athletes at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with 26 current, former or incoming student-athletes set to compete for their respective country’s Olympic Team.
Follow their journey on social media via the athletics Twitter feed and individual accounts listed below. Learn more about each Olympian by clicking their photo below.
— Ohio State Buckeyes 🌰 (@OhioStAthletics) July 24, 2021
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