Japan’s Kodaira wins Olympic 500 over South Korea’s Lee

“I was under big pressure, but I fought through it,” Kodaira said. “I was the captain of the whole delegation of Japan. I know a lot of attention was on me.” She didn’t flinch. Kodaira was timed in 36.94 seconds, becoming the first woman to race under 37 …
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