Australia will send a team of 472 athletes to the Tokyo Olympics, the biggest since the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Australia will send a team of 472 athletes to the Tokyo Olympics, the biggest since the 2004 Athens Olympics. The Australian Olympic Committee announced on Monday that 254 women and 218 men will compete in the Games in Tokyo, which begin on July 23. In Athens, Australia sent 482 players.
This will be the Kangaroo team’s largest contingent after the Athens Olympics. Australia sent 482 competitors to compete in the Athens Olympic Games. In all, the Australian team will compete in 33 sports. The Tokyo Olympics will begin on July 23.
“It was a difficult year for the players, and everyone has a tale to tell,” Australian squad manager Ian Chesterman said. Despite this, he qualified, demonstrating his mental toughness and determination.
Mary Hannah, 66, will participate in dressage as part of the Australian team. Andrew Hoy, a horse racing competitor, will be competing in his seventh Olympics.
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