U.S. Runner Molly Seidel Wins Olympic Bronze In Her Third Ever Marathon
U.S. Runner Molly Seidel Wins Olympic Bronze In Her Third Ever Marathon : Live Updates: The Tokyo Olympics The 27-year-old from Wisconsin pulled off an upset and is leaving Japan with a bronze medal around her neck. Her first-ever marathon was when she qualified to run in the Olympics.
On August 6, 2021, Seidel won the bronze medal in the Tokyo 2020 marathon and was the first woman from the United States to win an Olympic marathon medal since Deena Kastor’s bronze in 2004.
“I wish I will make it into the Olympics and win a gold medal.”
Molly Seidel wrote this
Today. she’s giving herself a shot in this women’s Olympic Marathon.
Molly Seidel wins bronze in Olympic marathon, becoming first American female marathoner to medal since 2004.
They’ve got about 30 minutes of racing left, Molly Seidel is running absolutely phenomenally.
Hard to convey how amazing of a performance this is so far.
Heat/Humidity are the great equalizers. No one has any clue what the others have left in the energy tank.
Congratulations to Boston’s Molly Seidel who wins the Bronze for #TeamUSA in the women’s marathon at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Third place medal.
Molly Seidel (born July 12, 1994) is an American long distance runner. Seidel represented the United States at the Great Edinburgh Cross Country in 2012, 2013 and 2018. https://www.padhaibeings.com/2021/07/amaia-aberasturi-age-height-networth.html In her first-ever marathon, Seidel placed second at the 2020 U.S. Marathon Olympic Trials. She went on to win the bronze medal while running only her third career marathon at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
I have chills!!! Molly Seidel is my hero! pic.twitter.com/UT98YDshtS
— Devo Alexander (@DevoAlexander) August 6, 2021
Molly Seidel has run three marathons in her life.
And now, she’s an Olympic bronze medalist in the women’s marathon Exploding head
Birth name Molly Elizabeth Seidel
Born July 12, 1994 (age 27)
Height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
Weight 115 lb (52 kg)
Country United States
Sport Track, long-distance running
Event(s) 5000 m, 10,000 m, Half marathon, Marathon
College team Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Turned pro 2017
Coached by Tim Broe 2017-19
Jon Green 2019-Present
Achievements and titles
5000 m: 15:15.21i (Birmingham 2016)
Half marathon: 1:08:29 (Atlanta Motor Speedway 2021)
Marathon: 2:25:13 (London 2020)
Representing United States
Bronze medal – third place 2020 Tokyo Marathon
Congratulations to Boston’s Molly Seidel who wins the Bronze for #TeamUSA in the women’s marathon at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Red heart Third place medal Red heart.
— Olympics (@Olympics) August 6, 2021