The Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett, and the President of the State, Yitzhak Herzog, are currently hosting a tribute event in honor of the Olympic delegation to Tokyo 2020, at the President's House.
The meeting will be attended by 10th President Reuven (Ruby) Rivlin, Minister of Culture and Sports Hili Trooper, Chairman of the Olympic Committee Yigal Carmi, as well as members and members of the Olympic delegation.
The Israeli delegation to Tokyo was the largest ever and included 90 male and female athletes.
She was also the most successful ever at the Olympics, when she managed to pick up four medals - 2 gold, and 2 bronze.
Gymnast Artium Dolgofiat, who won first place in the ground exercise, achieved the second gold medal in the history of Israel, and artistic gymnast Linoy Ashram became the first Israeli woman to win gold.
The bronze medals were won by Avishag Samberg in taekwondo, and the judo team in the group competition. In addition to the medalists, other athletes in the delegation qualified for the Olympic finals and recorded great and historic achievements.