Tokyo 2020 Olympics-Skateboarding-Men’s Street Finals-Ariake Urban Sports Park-Tokyo, Japan-25. July 2021. Nyjah Huston of the United States responds. Reuters / Lucy Nicholson
July 26, 2021
Tokyo (Reuters) – US skateboarder Nyjah Huston suffers a bruise at the first men’s street event at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, apologizes to fans and is important for athletes to maintain mental health after the competition.
“I’ve had many highs in my career over the years, but there have also been some very low moments. It’s what I’ve always tried to struggle mentally and improve myself. “It’s one thing,” he told his 4.8 million Instagram fans, a 26-year-old Californian skater.
Houston, no rank. As number 1 in the world in men’s street skating, he couldn’t land any of the last four tricks, which caused great confusion at the Sunday event and came in seventh. Fellow American Jaguar Eaton at an event in the searing https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/skateboarding-skaters-battle-under-brutal-tokyo-heat-inaugural-games-2021-07-25 Yuto Horigome of Japan won bronze and made history by winning the first gold medal during https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/skateboarding-horigome-wins-first-olympic-gold -skateboarding-2021-07-25 Olympics.
Huston admitted to Instagram followers that he turned to “swallowing” alcohol after disappointing the competition in the past in hopes of isolating himself or improving things and especially mental health.
After tennis champion Naomi Osaka retired from the French Open in June and focused on mental health, the mental health of athletes is in the spotlight. The decision in Osaka was initially hostile to the organizers, but ultimately found broad support https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/fellow-athletes-rally-around-osaka. -to-French-open-retreat-2021-06 -01 by athletes and fans.
“After all … I never get the best, celebrities, earn money or become an Olympic skateboarding athlete,” he wrote, expressing his love for skateboarding. “It’s the most interesting thing on the planet.”
(Report by Mari Saito, edited by Kenneth Maxwell)
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