Astronauts Give Us a Delightful Look at What the Olympics Would Be Like in Space

Astronauts Showed Us What the Olympics Would Be Like in Space

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No-Handball

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Synchronized Space Swimming

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Weightless Sharpshooting

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As far as the Tokyo Olympics being held on Earth go, they’re ending on Sunday. Currently, the U.S. is in the lead for the most medals with 108 in total. China, on the other hand, is the leader for the most gold medals with 38. Japan, the Russian Olympic Committee, and Great Britain are next in line at the moment, ranking in the top five for both gold medals and total medals.

The closing ceremony will begin at 7 a.m. ET on Sunday. It will feature the handover of the Olympic flag from Tokyo to Paris, which will host the Summer Games in 2024, a time we can only hope isn’t plagued by covid-19 and extreme weather. The weather thing might be difficult because of the climate crisis affecting our planet, but fingers crossed that our fight against covid-19 evolves favorably in that time.

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