#WATCH: "I'm gonna have a hangover" https://t.co/GnEAw4yKQM Silver medallist rower Hannah Osborne was in tears of laughter when @NewshubSport played her dad's post-race reaction. #Tokyo2020 pic.twitter.com/pgaTPwOXJK
— Newshub (@NewshubNZ) July 28, 2021
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Wednesday, July 28, 2021
#Tokyo2020 – Kiwi Style
Two stories today about a pair of New Zealand Hoos doing great things at the Olympics. First up, congratulations to Hannah Osborne who rowed her way to a silver medal in the women’s double sculls, just the second medal for New Zealand so far in Tokyo. The clip above shows her watching her dad’s reaction to her medalling. Here is a great article telling her story from a website in her home nation.
🇳🇿 New Zealand are into the men’s #OlympicFootball quarter-finals for the first time 👏#Tokyo2020 | #Olympics | #Football pic.twitter.com/PIFcXXuHnV
— FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) July 28, 2021
Another Kiwi, @UVAMensSoccer’s Joe Bell, has helped the men’s soccer team advance to its first-ever Olympic quarterfinal. Bell started all of the pool play games for NZ.
Proudly representing @TheNZTeam 🇳🇿#EarnTheFern #Tokyo2020 pic.twitter.com/qLFAhN1Ypk
— New Zealand Football (@NZ_Football) July 28, 2021