USA's Gwen Berry says she's 'earned the right to wear this uniform'

베리는 미국에서 메달 수여식에서 애국가가 연주되자 국기에서 등을 돌렸다.. 올림픽 시험, 그리고 그것은 전국의 미국인들에게 소란을 일으켰습니다.. 에도 불구하고, 부정적인 관심, Berry feels like she belongs.

더 많은 스포츠 범위를 보려면 여기를 클릭하십시오. .

I feel like I’ve earned the right to wear this uniform,” Berry said on Sunday after she made it through the qualifying round in her first appearance at the Tokyo Games.

Berry hopes to be standing on the medals stand a few nights from now while “성조기 깃발” 연극, and if that happens, the Olympic hammer thrower says that she will continue to do what she’s been doing.

I’ll represent the oppressed people,” Berry said. “That’s been my message for the last three years.

Two years ago on the medals stand at the Pan American Games, Berry raised her fist, which also sparked controversy and continued the never-ending debate of what is or isn’t allowed at Olympic venues. In Berry’s eyes, none of that matters because her attention is on getting a medal in Tokyo.

I’m just focused on what I need to do,” Berry said. “Because all those people who hate me, they aren’t here. So they can’t affect me.

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