It's been an exciting day of sports competition from the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics. Brazil showed off its passion and footwork in football five-a-side, goalball had an amazing outcome, and Jill got to see boccia....well, sort of.
We finally got to see a new sport today! Sitting Volleyball has made its way to our feeds, and we're here for it! Plus, Alison is excited when she hears who one of the OBS feed announcers is.
The Tokyo 2020 wheelchair rugby tournament is over, which makes Alison very sad (she may have watched both medal bouts twice); however, a new team sport has started that looks to also be incredibly fun to watch!
Alison is back, and things are heating up in Tokyo -- literally. Some sports have heat delays! The heat's a bigger issue with Paralympians, and we'll explain why. Also, 17 sports on today's event program: We've got the details on the action!!
On today's recap of all of the action from the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, we welcome Superfan Sarah as our guest co-host! Sarah and Jill give the lowdown on the results from today's 15 sports. Also, you should be watching goalball.
We're finding feeds and watching lots of sports, and it's fantastic! Catch up on Day 3 action at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
It's the first day of Paralympic action from Tokyo....not that we could figure out how to see much of it. We've got a big beef with NBC, some new-found appreciation for wheelchair rugby, and even kind things to say about Mike and Maya.
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympics are here! We're back with our daily coverage of all of the action, starting with today's Opening Ceremonies. Was there a performance? Did it make sense? Did it tug at our heartstrings? How were the Parade of Nations uniforms? And how many tissues does it take to get through a cauldron lighting? All this and more!
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics are over, but they can live on in our hearts and memories! Contributors Superfan Sarah and Book Club Claire join us to talk about our Top 5 Tokyo Olympic moments and what we're looking forward to watching during the Paralympics.
In as big of a celebration as you can have during a pandemic, the Tokyo 2020 Olympics came to a close, and the flame has been extinguished. We've got the details on the ceremony and the handover to Paris 2024.
Day 17. It's the end of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. On this episode we look at the final day of competition, including the dramatic conclusion to the maranovela.
It's the penultimate day of competition, which means many sports are wrapping up their tournaments and crowning Olympic champions. Or, in some sports, they're protesting their scores and making commentators work overtime. Plus, it's a hot morning up in Sapporo (surprise!), which means a tough episode of our maranovela.
It was a banner day for TKFLASTAN as we had many Team Keep the Flame Alive athletes competing.....all at the same time. This made for a hectic, but fun day of viewing. And, Alison's shopping for feed bags!
Along with results for the day's 21-sport program, we are also very concerned about the age of some women (really girls) competing in diving and skateboarding. And we interrupt our results for a major rant about NBC's coverage and programming decisions, spurred when the feed cut out on the men's bronze medal hockey game with about five minutes to go.
Is the 400m hurdles the event of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, or what?!? We got to see another great day of competition, both with monumental victories and heartbreaking losses.