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epa09359855 Foil fencer Aida Mohamed and swimmer Laszlo Cseh carry the national flag as the team of Hungary parades during the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, 23 July 2021.  EPA/Zsolt Czegledi HUNGARY OUT

Gross und klein, schmächtig und kräftig: Bei Olympia ist alles dabei. Bild: keystone

Die Extrem-Olympioniken – schon eindrücklich, wie verschieden unsere Körper sind



In 33 Sportarten wird in Tokio um Gold, Silber und Bronze gekämpft. So vielfältig die Wettbewerbe der Olympischen Spiele sind, so verschieden sind die Anforderungen an die Athletinnen und Athleten.

Flink, wendig und feingliedrig müssen die einen Sportler sein, möglichst gross, stark und ausdauernd andere Sportlerinnen – und dann gibt es Disziplinen wie den Stabhochsprung in der Leichtathletik, wo man gleichzeitig schnell, kräftig, beweglich, leicht, mutig und koordinativ auf der Höhe sein muss.

Der Blick auf die ganz unterschiedlich Körper von Sportlerinnen und Sportlern, die dieser Tage in Japan Olympiasieger geworden sind.

Kunstturnen

🇺🇸 Sunisa Lee: 1,51 m

Sunisa Lee, of United States, reacts as she poses for a picture after winning the gold medal in the artistic gymnastics women's all-around final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Thursday, July 29, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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Judo (Superleichtgewicht)

🇽🇰 Distria Krasniqi: 1,53 m

Urantsetseg Munkhbat of Mongolia, left, and Distria Krasniqi of Kosovo compete during their women's -48kg semifinal judo match at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Saturday, July 24, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)

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Skateboard (Street)

🇯🇵 Momiji Nishiya: 1,55 m (ohne Skateboard)

Momiji Nishiya of Japan, who won the gold medal, competes in the women's street skateboarding finals at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Monday, July 26, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
Momiji Nishiya

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Wasserspringen

🇨🇳 Shi Tingmao: 1,57 m

Shi Tingmao and Wang Han of China compete during the Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard Final at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, July 25, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)

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Gewichtheben (Bantamgewicht)

🇨🇳 Li Fabin: 1,60 m

epa09363746 Li Fabin of China in action during the Men's 61kg - Snatch Group A during the Weightlifting events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Tokyo International Forum in Tokyo, Japan, 25 July 2021.  EPA/RITCHIE B. TONGO

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Schiessen

🇨🇭 Nina Christen: 1,60 m

Nina Christen of Switzerland celebrates winning the gold medal in the women's shooting 50m Rifle 3 Positions Finals at the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, on Saturday, July 31, 2021. (KEYSTONE/Peter Klaunzer)

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Boxen (Federgewicht)

🇯🇵 Sena Irie: 1,64 m

Japan's Sena Irie, right, celebrates defeating Philippines's Nesthy Petecio, left, to win the women's featherweight 60-kg final boxing match at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

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Ringen (griechisch-römisch bis 60 kg)

🇨🇺 Luis Orta: 1,65 m

epa09388501 Gold medalist Luis Alberto Orta Sanchez of Cuba reacts after defeating Silver medalist Kenichiro Fumita of Japan at the end of the Men's Greco-Roman 60kg Final Match of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Makuhari Messe convention centre in Chiba, Japan, 02 August 2021.  EPA/NIC BOTHMA

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Rad (Strasse)

🇦🇹 Anna Kiesenhofer: 1,65 m

epa09363808 Anna Kiesenhofer of Austria wins the Women's Road Cycling race of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Fuji International Speedway in Oyama, Japan, 25 July 2021.  EPA/CHRISTOPHER JUE

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Kanu (Slalom Kanadier)

🇦🇺 Jessica Fox: 1,66 m

epa09375966 Jessica Fox of Australia celebrates after winning the gold medal in the Women's Canoe C1 Final during the Canoeing events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre in Tokyo, Japan, 29 July 2021.  EPA/JOE GIDDENS  AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT

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Leichtathletik (100 m)

🇯🇲 Elaine Thompson-Herah: 1,68 m

Elaine Thompson-Herah, of Jamaica, wins the women's 200-meter final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021, in Tokyo. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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Surfen

🇧🇷 Italo Ferreira: 1,68 m

Brazil's Italo Ferreira, holding his gold medal, celebrates on the podium in the men's surfing competition at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Tuesday, July 27, 2021, at Tsurigasaki beach in Ichinomiya, Japan. (Olivier Morin/Pool Photo via AP)

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Mountainbike

🇨🇭 Jolanda Neff: 1,68 m

Swiss Jolanda Neff, Winner of Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 mountain bike women's cross-country, poses for the photographer with her gold medal..(KEYSTONE/Maxime Schmid)

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Leichtathletik (10'000 m)

🇪🇹 Selemon Barega: 1,70 m

Selemon Barega, of Ethiopia, celebrates after winning the men's 10,000-meters final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Friday, July 30, 2021, in Tokyo. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader,Pool)

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Synchronschwimmen (Duett)

🇷🇺 Swetlana Kolesnitschenko: 1,71 m
🇷🇺 Swetlana Romaschina: 1,73 m

epa09394564 Svetlana Romashina and Svetlana Kolesnichenko of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) congratulate each other after performing in the Duet Free Routine Final of the Artistic Swimming events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre in Tokyo, Japan, 04 August 2021.  EPA/PATRICK B. KRAEMER

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Leichtathletik (Kugelstossen)

🇨🇳 Gong Lijiao: 1,75 m

Gong Lijiao, of China, celebrates after winning the gold medal in the final of the women's shot put at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, Aug. 1, 2021, in Tokyo. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

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Tennis

🇨🇭 Belinda Bencic: 1,75 m

epa09382788 Belinda Bencic of Switzerland in action during the Women's singles Gold medal match against Marketa Vondrousova of Czech Republic during the Tennis events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Ariake Coliseum in Tokyo, Japan, 31 July 2021.  EPA/RUNGROJ YONGRIT

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Tischtennis

🇨🇳 Ma Long: 1,75 m

epa09380248 Ma Long of China in action against Fan Zhendong of China (not pictured) during the Table Tennis Men's Singles Gold Medal Match of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium arena in Tokyo, Japan, 30 July 2021.  EPA/HEDAYATULLAH AMID

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Ringen (bis 76 kg)

🇩🇪 Aline Rotter-Focken: 1,76 m

Germany's Aline Rotter Focken celebrates defeating United States Adeline Maria Gray during the women's 76kg freestyle wrestling final match at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Monday, Aug. 2, 2021, in Chiba, Japan. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

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Fechten

🇫🇷 Romain Cannone: 1,77 m

epa09365041 Romain Cannone of France celebrates after winning the gold medal during the men's Epee Individual Gold Medal Bout of the Fencing events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Makuhari Messe convention centre in Chiba, Japan, 25 July 2021.  EPA/KIYOSHI OTA

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Golf

🇺🇸 Xander Schauffele: 1,78 m

CORRECTS LAST NAME TO SCHAUFFELE FROM SHAUFFELE -  Xander Schauffele of the United States hits a tee shot on the first hole during the final round of the men's golf event at the 2020 Summer Olympics on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2021, in Kawagoe, Japan. (AP Photo/Matt York)

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Gewichtheben (Superschwergewicht)

🇨🇳 Li Wenwen: 1,78 m

Li Wenwen of China competes in the women's +87kg weightlifting event at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Monday, Aug. 2, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

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Wasserspringen

🇬🇧 Tom Daley: 1,78 m

epa09357816 Tom Daley of Great Britain during a training session prior to the start of the Diving competition held at the Aquatics Center during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, 22 July 2021.  EPA/Patrick B. Kraemer

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Bogenschiessen

🇹🇷 Mete Gazoz: 1,80 m

epa09381944 Gold medalist of Mete Gazoz of Turkey celebrates after winning against Mauro Nespoli of Italy during the final match of the Men's Individual Archery event of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Yumenoshima Park in Tokyo, Japan, 31 July 2021.  EPA/RITCHIE B. TONGO

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Leichtathletik (Stabhochsprung)

🇸🇪 Armand «Mondo» Duplantis: 1,81 m

Armand Duplantis, of Sweden, competes in the men's pole vault final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021, in Tokyo. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

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Kanu (Kajak Einer)

🇭🇺 Balint Kopasz: 1,81 m

Balint Kopasz of Hungary reacts after finishing first in the men's kayak single 1000m finalat the 2020 Summer Olympics, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

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Springreiten

🇬🇧 Ben Maher: 1,83 m
(auf Explosion W: 1,68 m)

epa09394555 Ben Maher of great Britain on Explosion W competes in the Jumping Individual Jump-Off Final during the Equestrian events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Baji Koen Equestrian Park in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, 04 August 2021. Maher won the gold medal.  EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS

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Leichtathletik (100 m)

🇮🇹 Marcell Jacobs: 1,84 m

epa09385603 Lamont Marcell Jacobs of Italy celebrates winning the Men's 100m final at the Athletics events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, 01 August 2021.  EPA/DIEGO AZUBEL

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Rudern (Skiff)

🇬🇷 Stefanos Ntouskos: 1,86 m

Stefanos Ntouskos of Greece reacts after winning the gold medal in the men's rowing single sculls final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Friday, July 30, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

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Leichtathletik (Hochsprung)

🇶🇦 Mutaz Essa Barshim: 1,89 m
🇮🇹 Gianmarco Tamberi: 1,89 m

epa09387726  Joint gold medalists Mutaz Essa Barshim (L) of Qatar and Gianmarco Tamberi of Italy during the medal ceremony for the Men's High Jump at the Athletics events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, 02 August 2021.  EPA/FRANCK ROBICHON

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Schwimmen

🇺🇸 Caeleb Dressel: 1,91 m

Caeleb Dressel, of the United States, celebrates after winning the men's 100-meter freestyle final at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Thursday, July 29, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)

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Leichtathletik (Dreisprung)

🇻🇪 Yulimar Rojas: 1,92 m

Yulimar Rojas, of Venezuela, celebrates after winning the final of the women's triple jump at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, Aug. 1, 2021, in Tokyo. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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Badminton

🇩🇰 Viktor Axelsen: 1,94 m

Denmark's Victor Axelsen celebrates after winning against China's Chen Long during their men's singles gold medal Badminton match at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Monday, Aug. 2, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan.(AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)

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Taekwando (Mittelgewicht)

🇷🇺 Maxim Chramzow: 1,94 m

Maksim Khramtsov of the Russian Olympic Committee, left, attacks Jordan's Julyana Al-Sadeq during taekwondo men's 80kg match at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Monday, July 26, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

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3x3 Basketball

🇺🇸 Stefanie «Big Mama Stef» Dolson: 1,96 m

United States' Stefanie Dolson, left, and France's Mamignan Toure chase a loose ball during a women's 3-on-3 semifinal basketball game at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

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Gewichtheben

🇬🇪 Lascha Talachadse: 1,97 m

Lasha Talakhadze of Georgia celebrates after a lift as he competes in the men's +109kg weightlifting event, at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

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Judo (Schwergewicht)

🇨🇿 Lukas Krpalek: 1,98 m

epa09379308 Luka Krpalek of Czech Republic (blue) reacts while fighting with Hisayoshi Harasawa of Japan (white) during the Men +100 kg Semifinal Table B contest at the Judo events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Nippon Budokan arena in Tokyo, Japan, 30 July 2021  EPA/RITCHIE B. TONGO

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Tennis

🇩🇪 Alexander Zverev: 1,98 m

Alexander Zverev, of Germany, serves to Karen Khachanov, of the Russian Olympic Committee, during the men's single gold medal match of the tennis competition at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, Aug. 1, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

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Leichtathletik (Diskus)

🇸🇪 Daniel Stahl: 2,00 m

Daniel Stahl, of Sweden, competes in the final of the men's discus throw at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Saturday, July 31, 2021, in Tokyo. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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Basketball *

* Es gibt noch keine Olympiasieger, das Turnier befindet sich in der Halbfinal-Phase

🇺🇸 JaVale McGee: 2,13 m

epa09372681 Javale McGee of USA (R) in action during the Men's Preliminary Round Group A match between USA and Iran during the Basketball events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan, 28 July 2021.  EPA/WU HONG

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