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Rizzo makes australian gymnastics history: win after losing

Rizzo makes australian gymnastics history: win after losing

C.J. Cregg, a senior at the University of Alabama, will take his first Olympics gold medal.

Cregg was a standout gymnast, with the Crimson Tide and the NCAA championship-winning tea충주출장안마 충주출장샵m at Birmingham-Southern high school and later serving as the team’s All-American.

The 22-year-old is set to face his first female opponent when he meets and faces- off with Olympic champion Emily Sonnenberg in the men’s 4×100-meter relay on Monday in Rio’s Copacabana Beach. The medal bout will be part of the semifinals.

Sonnenberg was the winner of 점보카지노the 200-meter individual medley on Saturday in Barcelona and the bronze medalist in the 400-meter freestyle relay in London.

C.J. Cregg’s team led by teammate Dylan Walker will play against the University of Alabama team in the semifinal on Monday. (Getty) More

He became the first Alabama student to make it into the semifinals of the NCAA championships. A year ago, Cregg won the gold medal in the 200-meter freestyle relay before losing to runner-up Katie Ledecky in a 5:17.58 personal best in Los Angeles. He said it was tough not coming to Rio to see if he could beat Sonnenberg.

“It’s pretty sad because I couldn’t be on a team that would take me so seriously, that gave me a chance to beat a female in the finals,” Cregg said트럼프 카지노. “I could have been a runner-up and then lost out.”

As a freshman, Cregg won an all-state second team honors after finishing second to Ryan Dunston at Georgia-Atlanta, a two-time state champ. He played basketball for the university during his freshman year. He also became a member of the team that captured the national title in the 4×400 free relay at the Pan-American Games.

The 6-foot-2, 180-pound Cregg, who grew up in Birmingham, was a consensus first-team All-American by the Associated Press. He finished second to Sonnenberg in the 400 freestyle relay at the NCAA Championships.

The silver medal in the 4×100-meter freestyle relay is coming to Alabama’s side as part of the men’s 200 meters relay on Sunday in the final round of the NCAA Championships.