The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

Peter Plachik burst into tears: "This is one of the hardest things I have ever faced in my life" - Walla! Tokyo 2020 Olympics

2021-07-29T10:02:52.881Z

The judo delegation feels that the judokas did not live up to expectations, with most of the attention being paid to Sagi Muki and Peter Plachik, who had a hard time accepting the loss and kept quiet.



  • Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Peter Plachik burst into tears: "This is one of the hardest things I have ever faced in my life"

The judoka had a hard time digesting the dismissal: "I feel terrible and mostly in pain. It was in my hands."

On the general disappointment in the judo delegation: "Experiencing it as a team day after day is hard. I know how much I gave of myself."

Tags

  • Peter Placzyk

  • Amber for paper

  • Tokyo 2020

  • Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Yaniv Tuchman, our envoy to Tokyo

Thursday, 29 July 2021, 12:33 Updated: 13:01

  • Share on Facebook

  • Share on WhatsApp

  • Share on general

  • Share on general

  • Share on Twitter

  • Share on Email

0 comments

  • A cat alone in the house

  • Oren Hazan is the big brother with Rumi Gior

  • The "embezzlement" series, Dana Ivgi

  • Gal Gvaram on vacation in Cyprus

  • Rely on Sol Season 5

  • Park will prevent camping

  • Manor and Ben, from "Wedding at First Sight"

  • This is what life is like in the South Pole

  • Omega in Dubai

  • From the movie "Demon Mowers" (2021)

  • Trailer "Shabnikim" Season 2

  • First Box Office Season 3

Peter Plachik reacts after his removal from Tokyo (Yaniv Tuchman, Walla! Sports messenger)

A big disappointment in the Israeli delegation to Tokyo from the judo that has so far failed to bring Israel a medal. Judo has two more days of competition left, with the heaviest weights for men and women and the group competition, but after the loss of Peter Plachik at the House of Consolation today and the end of another day without a medal, like the previous five days, the Israeli delegation felt the judokas did not live up to expectations .



Most of the attention was paid to Sagi Muki and Peter Plachik. The two were among Israel's five top medal contenders and in the moment of truth they failed. Plachik had a hard time accepting the loss and for many minutes kept quiet. He preferred to go to the locker room and later undergo a doping test while the media waited for him for long minutes in the Mix Zone.



Team coach Oren Samadja was very disappointed and angry and said to Placzik nervously: "No second exercise. No second exercise", meaning that Placic did not have to go from exercise to exercise,Which caused him to get on the defensive and in a situation where he lost his balance and lost.

More on Walla!

Couple dream dream: Peter Plachik lost at the House of Consolation, Inbar Lanir was eliminated in the eighth

To the full article

Most of the attention was paid to Sagi Muki and Peter Plachik (Photo: Israel Olympic Committee, Amit Shissel)

After calming down, Placzyk turned to talk to the reporters and said painfully, "This is one of the hardest things I have had to deal with in my life. I do not know so much how to digest things, I feel terrible. I do not know how to express myself now. I feel terrible. "I wanted to stand here with you in other circumstances. I'm mostly in pain. I know the battle was in my hands and I controlled it. I strived for victory and just in one moment it slipped through my fingers."



"I think the way I went this far shaped my personality very much, my fighting spirit and I knew that with that I was coming to the Olympics. I gave my heart and soul and that's why it hurts so much, because I know how much I gave of myself."

The most painful moment.

Peter Plachik loses at the consolation house (Photo: GettyImages)

On the ongoing disappointments with the judo delegation: "Experiencing it as a team day after day is hard, I wanted to make the whole team happy. My family, my wife. All the people who were by my side for better or worse. I hope everyone will be proud of me because I gave it my all "I chose as a profession in cruel sports and I must know how to lift myself from this disappointing day. I received the best preparation."



During the interview, Plachik could not contain the pain and burst into tears on the side.

He then went back to being interviewed and said, "Oren (Samadja) told me I gave him the fight and I understand him. We both felt this fight was mine. I know what I am worth as an athlete and as a human being. I will move forward."



The Israel Olympic Committee said: "We embrace the athletes in a moment of disappointment. There are two more days of battles for Uri Sasson and Raz Hershko and also the team competition and we are holding their fingers. Summaries and conclusions will only be made when we return to Israel."

  • Share on Facebook

  • Share on WhatsApp

  • Share on general

  • Share on general

  • Share on Twitter

  • Share on Email

0 comments

Source: walla

All news articles on 2021-07-29

Similar news:

You may like

Trends 24h

News/Politics 2021-09-27T04:09:27.438Z

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy