Quote Of The Day
“An Olympic medal is one of the most coveted items in existence. People spend decades, often agonising ones, working to obtain one. The life stories of so many are deﬁned by the pursuit of these metal medallions, and those same stories are what inspire and bring millions of us together. The weight of a medal around your neck is always a good weight. And when an athlete at Tokyo wins a medal, the weight of it will not be from the gold, silver or bronze; it will be the weight of a nation. The awesomeness of this project makes me want to come out of retirement and compete for one. I have always been a fan of people who do things differently; of those who try to move the needle in a positive way. I am a fan of Tokyo 2020.”
– Two-time Olympic decathlon champion Ashton Eaton talking about the Tokyo 2020 Olympic medals which are made out of recycled electronics sent in from citizens all over Japan.
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