Australias mactier wins pursuit gold at Sarpanches A record six-time Olympic gold medallist in track and field, Australian speedster and two-time 100m sprint champion Malia Turnbull is the defending world champion of the men’s 8,000m and 9,000m events when she opens the 2016 Rio Olympics on Wednesday. fundas iphone 11 pro Turnbull, whose gold medal at this year’s World Championships had become a worldwide sensation, will also be in action for the first time since 2012 when she qualified for the Games in Rio. fundas samsung galaxy s4 The 19-year-old is the only Australian to win Olympic gold in the men’s 8,000m. Turnbull’s success at the 2016 World Championships has seen the 19-year-old made a first-team All Australian the past two years, with fellow Australian Ryan Lochte making a breakthrough last year after starting the year as an Olympic silver medallist. fundas huawei mate 10 lite “I’ve won three Olympic gold medals already — a record, I can assure you,” Turnbull told Sportline. fundas iphone 11 pro max “I know it may be a new world record, but it’s incredible.” Lochte finished third at the 2016 World Championships, with Turnbull and Australian and New Zealand runners Shannon Rowbury and Jordan Lyles also making the final four. custodia cover samsung Australia’s Malia Turnbull celebrates gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Image: Getty Images / Tim Soutphommasane “It’s a very emotional race for Malia; she’s a really cool kid who loves the sport, and her success has opened up so many doors for other young female더킹카지노s as well,” Australian Athletics national coach Darren Clarke added. “It’s great to see her compete in all three, and she is a strong young athlete, I can tell you that.” Lochte finished sixth in Rio, and is the only individual to win Olympic gold in the women’s and men’s marathon. fundas samsung galaxy s9 plus With Olympic silver medallist Usain Bolt the only other British-bogospelhitzrn Olympic champion to also win the two events, Australian Olympic great Jenny Simpson is in second place. “It’s good to be up there with the guys, but it’s also great to be leading the world in both sports,” Clarke said of his teammate. “I’m very confident with him.