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Israel Is Sending Its Biggest Delegation Yet To The 2020 Summer Olympics In Tokyo

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Israel will be sending 85 athletes (so far) to Tokyo in 2020, which is nearly double their Olympic team from 2016. This is a tremendous accomplishment for the tiny Jewish state. #BDSFail!

It’s official. Israel Is Sending Its Biggest Delegation Yet To The 2020 Summer Olympics In Tokyo

By No Camels, October 16th, 2019:

Israel has won a total of nine Olympic medals since its debut in 1952 as a country officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee in the Summer Olympic Games in Helsinki. Israel’s first medal came in 1992 when Yael Arad nabbed silver in judo. The country’s first and only gold medal for Israel went to Gal Fridman in men’s windsurfing at the Olympics in Athens in 2004.

At the last summer Olympics in Rio in 2016, Israeli judokas Yarden Gerbi and Or Sasson claimed bronze medals in the women’s 63kg and men’s +100kg events, respectively. That year, Israel was proud to have sent its largest delegation to the sporting event with 47 athletes competing in 17 sports. It broke Israel’s previous record of 43 athletes sent to Beijing in 2008.

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