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The Monegasques hard at work in Tokyo

19/07/2021 : Having settled in at the Olympic Village, the first “red and white” athletes have started training in the Japanese capital just a few days before the Games get under way.

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Olympic Day: the pleasure and joy of getting together again


After months of uncertainty, the Monegasque Olympic Committee sent out a strong message, in the presence of H.S.H. Prince Albert II accompanied by Crown Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella.

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Table tennis: Xiaoxin Yang achieves a remarkable feat in qualifying for Tokyo

The table tennis player is the first Monegasque athlete to seal her ticket for the upcoming Olympic Games. A cutting performance which will be remembered.

It was her dream. Her dream came true. At 33, standing 1m55, Xiaoxin Yang has just realised the ultimate dream of any athlete: to qualify for the Olympic Games. An outstanding achievement for the “red and white” player (who will therefore be competing in Tokyo from 23rd July to 8th August) and for Monegasque sport.

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For Quentin Antognelli (rowing), Tokyo via Varese

03/04/2021 : The Monegasque rower will attempt to secure his ticket for the Tokyo Olympics (single scull) at the European Olympic qualification regatta (5-7 April).

“I feel in quite good shape. I feel as though I have gained momentum since the French national tests where I got into the finals. That’s rather a good sign.” Quentin Antognelli (26) admits: without being overly optimistic, the Monegasque rower is calm: “Technically, I feel more at ease. That bodes quite well.”

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Table tennis: On the way to Tokyo via Doha for Xiaoxin Yang

In Qatar, the Monegasque table tennis player will attempt to secure her qualifying ticket for the Olympic Games

.After almost a year with no official competitions, in March 2020 she managed to earn herself a place in the semi-finals at the Oman Open in United Arab Emirates, Xiaoxin Yang has a major card to play at the end of this week (14-17 March) in the world Olympic qualifying tournament in Doha, with five spaces being awarded for Tokyo. “I feel confident.” the Principality’s representative said. “A competition of course remains a competition, but I know I’ve got a chance. I play well, I train well.” »

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