The New Zealand campaign ends in Tokyo

Holly Edmundston was the last New Zealander to compete in the Tokyo Olympics.

At the pace of Holy Edmundston, the second women’s amniocent event in Iso.
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The South Canterbury cyclist finished 10th in the Olympic Velotrom Women’s Aluminum Race at Iso.

Edmundston was ninth in the crash-filled scratch race, 14th in speed and 10th in knockout competition.

He then scored seven points in the final points match and advanced two places overall.

Jennifer Valenti of the United States won gold, Yumi Kazihara of Japan won silver and Kirsten Wilde of the Netherlands.

Keren plays for Sanders during the men’s first round of the championship.
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In the men Keren’s quarterback period Sanders withdrew.

Sanders finished fifth in the quarterfinals, while the first four advanced to the semifinals.

The current champion of Great Britain, Jason Kenny, won the gold medal at the Men’s Green Championship, while Malaysian Mohammed Aziz Al-Hassani Awang won the silver medal, more than the Dutchman Harry Lafrisan.

The New Zealand cycling team left Tokyo with two silver medals, the best result of the Olympics.

Both medals were won within an hour of each other on Thursday evening.

Ellis Andrews took silver in the women’s kernel before Campbell Stewart took silver in the men’s amnesty.

New Zealand’s total medal tally ended at 20 with seven gold, six silver and seven bronze.

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