Behind the scenes talked about by a woman who saved a gold medalist “I just acted from the standpoint of the other party” | THE ANSWER Sports culture, training & comprehensive news site

Stojkovic Kawashima Tyana, who became a hot topic as a tournament staff who helped Hansle Parchment (Jamaica) who won the gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics men’s 110 meters obstacle, responded in writing to the interview of “THE ANSWER” on the 20th, and the world He revealed behind the scenes of the praised event.

Reunited Hansle Parchment (left) and Tyana Kawashima (pictured from Hansle Parchment, Instagram screenshot)

The tournament staff who saved the parchment and became a hot topic is Mr. Tyana Kawashima

Stojkovic Kawashima Tyana, who became a hot topic as a tournament staff who helped Hansle Parchment (Jamaica) who won the gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics men’s 110 meters obstacle, responded in writing to the interview of “THE ANSWER” on the 20th, and the world He revealed behind the scenes of the praised event.

[Attention]If you want to see the J-League, which continues to be a hot battle, DAZN!Click here to join DAZN for free for one month now

Parchment got on the wrong bus when heading to the National Stadium to compete in the semi-finals on the 4th. I rented a taxi fee of 10,000 yen to the female staff at the destination Sea Forest Waterway and moved to the race safely. After winning the gold medal, I searched for a female staff member to thank him, returned the taxi fare, and presented him with a Jamaican shirt. I posted the situation on my Instagram.

Mr. Kawashima was the woman who became a big topic in this post.

According to the answer, Mr. Kawashima was in charge of guiding and guiding athletes and other people involved in the competition at the bus stop at the competition venue as a dispatched staff outsourced by the travel agency “Kinki Nippon Tourist”. Originally, Parchment who got on the wrong bus should have returned to the Olympic Village and changed to the bus, but he said that he would not be in time for the race, and he called a private taxi at the discretion of the site manager.

Mr. Kawashima replied as to why he decided to follow up even after handing over the taxi fare.

“I’m crazy about the games in a land I don’t know, and I thought it would be unavoidable to get lost and make a mistake at that time. It may be a miracle to be in the Olympics in this time of the year. It may be the last time. I thought I couldn’t regret it for the rest of my life, and I wanted to help. “

Mr. Kawashima’s consciousness of helping people from daily life “If I was in the position of the other party”

.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.