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Tags: woke | olympics | megan rapinoe | gwen berry | noah lyles

The 'Woke' Olympics' Athletes to Watch

Megan Rapinoe #15 of the United States is announced during the Send Off ceremony following the Send Off series match against Mexico at Rentschler Field on July 05, 2021, in East Hartford, Connecticut. (Elsa/Getty Images)

By    |   Monday, 26 July 2021 07:32 AM

Forget gymnastics, swimming, track, and baseball – the premiere Olympic competition to watch now that the Games are underway is one in which America’s athletes have made the U.S. a clear favorite: Who’s the most "woke" of them all?

Several gifted U.S. athletes competing at the Tokyo Games have become household names due just as much to their on-field virtue-signaling as their competitive exploits. And though Americans have so far been the "woke" gold standard, plenty of strong international challengers have emerged and likely will be on display for the duration of the Olympics.

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Forget gymnastics, swimming, track, and baseball - the premiere Olympic competition to watch now that the Games are underway is one in which America's athletes have made the U.S. a clear favorite...
woke, olympics, megan rapinoe, gwen berry, noah lyles
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Monday, 26 July 2021 07:32 AM
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