It’s a repeat performance for Carlos Ramírez.
The 27-year-old Colombian BMX rider claimed another bronze medal in the men’s BMX racing final at the 2020 Tokyo Games.
It’s the same medal position Ramirez had at the 2016 Rio Games.
In the final in Tokyo, Ramirez came out and was in last place. At the first corner, he managed to climb to third place, but his great opponent was Joris Daudet. The heads-up game ended on the straight before the last corner when Daudet went to the ground. Ramírez dodged his rival, continued without problems and finished the test in third place.
Niek Kimmann of the Netherlands won the gold, edging Great Britain’s Kye Whyte at the finish line.