April 22, 2024


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Penny Olexiak, the highest medal-winning athlete in Canada, deviates from his bad teacher

Swimmer Penny Olexiac Won Three medals To Canada In Olympic Games From Tokyo For the past two weeks, that has left her totally Seven Olympic medals. The 21-year-old is one of the most decorated Canadian Olympians, and following in the footsteps of the young Olympians, he dedicated a few words to his academics after achieving tremendous achievement.

With One silver and two bronze medals On the neck, Olexiak recalled a particular teacher during his second class Told to give up swimming Also focus on his study as he gets nothing in life by playing.

I googled ‘Canada’s Most Decorated Olympian’ and my name came up. I would like to thank that high school teacher who told me to stop swimming to focus on school because it is swimming It doesn’t take me anywhere. This is how dreams are created“, The Olympic medalist wrote in his account Twitter.

In a second tweet, Oleksiak made it clear that his message should not be viewed as hateful to those who are the authors: “I usually do not give any shadow to the authors about my last tweet, My sister is a teacher and I see children every day encouraging herHe explained.

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With similar motives to other messages addressed to teachers and professors encouraged by athletes, the swimmer added: “Most of my teachers had a vision and supported me. Who constantly pulled me down Watt (Abbreviation used to mean “worst of all time” in English).

In a separate post InstagramOlexiak shared several photos from the Tokyo Games and revealed that he has returned home Toronto. “I felt so much self-confidence, love and support I left with the motivation for the next one. There are no words to describe how it is represented CanadaBut, I don’t want to be a decorated Olympian anywhere else in the world“He wrote in his post, where he thanked his fans and supporters.

He was part of the Olexia team Canada The one who wins Silver medal Women’s 4x100m freestyle relay and A bronze medal In the 4×100 meter medley relay. And won His second bronze medal In the 200m women’s freestyle. The Canadian also collected a few medals Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, Where he won A gold medal In the 100 meter freestyle, A Friday 100 meters butterfly and A bronze medal 4x100m freestyle and 4x200m freestyle.