The five most mediatic athletes of the Olympic Games

07/21/2021 at 01:59 CEST


Friday, July 23

Novak Djokovic

The number one in the tennis world, the man who just equaled Federer and Nadal’s record of 20 Grand Slams, comes with the only mission to win the gold medal in Tokyo. Djokovic is an athlete who moves millions and millions of people on social networks until reaching 8.8 on his Instagram account. The Serbian tennis player has a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and is determined to improve that record at this event. The 33-year-old wants to ascend to the skies by trying the Golden Slam, something that only Steffi Graf achieved in 1988 in the entire history of the sport of racket.

Simone biles

The best gymnast of all time seeks at 24 years of age to expand her hegemony after the four gold medals achieved in Rio de Janeiro. Biles, who has 19 World Gymnastics golds, hopes to be able to put into practice one of the four pioneering movements that she has patented herself throughout her career. The young woman has 4.4 million followers on Instagram and her videos in competition have gone viral due to their spectacular nature. No one has been indifferent to his ability to stand out in the world of gymnastics, despite measuring just 1.42.

Kevin Durant

From a small champion we went to the greatest of all champions. Kevin Durant is a two-time NBA champion with the Golden State Warriors, MVP of the competition and also a two-time Olympic champion with the United States. The current star player of the Brooklyn Nets is looking for his third gold medal in a complex scenario because of the pandemic and because three of his most talented teammates are going to arrive later because of the NBA Finals. At 2.11 tall and 32 years old, Durante hopes to satisfy 19.1 million followers on Twitter.

Katie ledecky

The natural successor of Michael Phelps seeks to continue reigning in free discipline after winning three golds and one silver in Rio de Janeiro. Ledecky is the world record holder in 400, 800 and 1,500 meters, as well as being a great inspiration for all young Americans who want to dedicate themselves to professional sports. At 24 years old, no one doubts that we are facing an aspiring to finish her sports career in double figures of Olympic medals. Nobody can with her, not even the legendary Mireia Belmonte has been able to stand up to her and her half a million followers on Instagram.

Armand Duplantis

The world was waiting for a replacement for Usain Bolt and all the lights point to an Armand Duplantis who at 21 has shattered the world record for a discipline such as the pole. The Swedish athlete raised the bar to 6.18 meters by knocking down records for Olympic legends like Sergei Bubka. Nobody knows where the limit of an athlete is called to great heights in a sport that combines spectacularity and talent like the pole. He may never reach Bolt’s 10 million Instagram followers, but his nearly 300,000 will be overjoyed to see him break through the barriers of athletics.

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