Buckeyes in Tokyo

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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.

Latest News from Tokyo

Buckeyes in Toky-OH!

By The Numbers More

Olympic Buckeye Record

26 Buckeyes will compete at Tokyo Olympics More

Olympic Opportunity

Current student-athletes prepare for Tokyo

Six Buckeyes spoke to the media at Ohio State prior to departing for Tokyo to discuss their Olympic journey thus far.

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#GoBuckeyes

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.

AthleteInstagram Twitter
Matthew Abeysinghemabeysinghe
Adelaide Aquilla aaquilla aaquilla39
Emily Armstrong 
Hunter Armstrong hunterarmstrong_ ArmstrongH_
Maggie Barriemaggiebarrie_
Anavia Battle anavia.battleAnnaavviiaa
Marc-Antoine Blais Belanger marcantoineblaisb
Aina Cid Cengtelles ainadecidainacid94
Diego Cervantesalekce_cervantes
Christina Clemons shethemanningSheTheMann_ing
Ruslan Gaziev ruslangaziev
Alanna GoldielannagoldiealannaG
Eric Harrisonelhj__
Eleanor Harveyeleamorgue
Misha Koudinov misha33314
Anneta Kyridou anneta_kyridou
Maria Kyridoumaria_kyridou
Henry Leverett h_lvrtt
Jackson Leverett
Alessandra Montesanobellamanza_ale_montesano
Ilse Paulis ilseoaulisilsepaulis
Nichelle Prince nprince7nichelleprince7
Elodie Ravera elo_ravera
Ruby Remati _ruby.remati_
Kyle Synder synderman45Snyder_man45
Alec YoderalecyoderAlecYoder

Current student-athlete unless noted; *Former student-athlete; #Incoming freshmen

Olympians

Matthew Abeysinghe*

Swimming (multiple freestyle events) // Sri Lanka

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Adelaide Aquilla

Track & Field (shot put) // United States

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Emily Armstrong#

Synchronized Swimming // Canada

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Hunter Armstrong

Swimming (100m backstroke) // United States

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Maggie Barrie*

Track and Field // Sierra Leonne

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Anavia Battle

Track & Field (200m dash) // United States

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Marc-Antoine Blais Belanger*

Fencing (individual men’s epee) // Canada

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Aina Cid Centelles*

Rowing // Spain

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Diego Cervantes

Fencing (individual men’s foil) // Mexico

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Christina Clemons*

Track & Field (100m hurdles) // United States

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Ruslan Gaziev

Swimming (4x100m freestyle relay) // Canada

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Alanna Goldie*

Fencing (individual women’s foil, women’s team foil) // Canada

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Eric Harrison

Track and Field // Trinidad & Tobago

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Eleanor Harvey*

Fencing (individual women’s foil, women’s team foil) // Canada

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Misha Koudinov*

Gymnastics (parallel bars) // New Zealand

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Anneta Kyridou#

Rowing // Greece

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Maria Kyridou#

Rowing // Greece

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Henry Leverett

Shooting // United States

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Jack Leverett

Shooting // United States

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Alessandra Montesano

Rowing // Italy

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Ilse Paulis*

Rowing // Netherlands

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Nichelle Prince*

Soccer // Canada

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Elodie Ravera*

Rowing // France

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Ruby Remati#

Synchronized Swimming // United States

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Kyle Snyder*

Wrestling // United States

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Alec Yoder*

Gymnastics (specialist) //  United States

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Buckeye Olympic History

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Buckeyes at the Olympics

Read the stories of some of the Buckeyes who have competed at the Olympic Games in recent memory.

Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s Ice Hockey Women’s Volleyball Wrestling Men’s Lacrosse Baseball Women’s Gymnastics