Anna Kiesenhofer, The Mathematician Who Won An Olympic Gold Medal
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What a delightful news, to find that Dr. Anna Kiesenhofer, a mathematician researching non-linear partial differential equations, having won an Olympic gold medal in the Women’s Individual Road Race. To see the photo of Anna Kiesenhofer with her Olympic gold medal, click HERE.
Anna Kiesenhofer attacked from the start of the women’s road race and surprised everyone with gold-medal performance — including the Netherlands’ Annemiek van Vleuten, who crossed the line thinking she’d won but had to settle for silver, in the video published on July 25, 2021, “Austria’s Anna Kiesenhofer shocks the world with road race gold | Tokyo Olympics |NBC Sports“, below:
In the video published on July 26, 2021, “Austria’s Anna Kiesenhofer Win’s Historic Olympic Gold“, below:
Anna Kiesenhofer talks about being a math genius who just shocked Olympic Cycling with a Gold Medal, in the video published on July 26, 2021, “Anna Kiesenhofer SPEAKS on being a math genius who just SHOCKED Olympic Cycling with a Gold Medal“, below:
Anna Kiesenhofer surprised not only the entire outside world on Sunday, but also herself by winning the gold medal in the Olympic road race in Tokyo. The Austrian crossed the meet solo and could hardly believe it. Kiesenhofer opted for the attack early in Japan and was in the leading group of three. She drove 25 miles away from her fellow racers and arrived solo. Kiesenhofer kept the group of favorites very surprising behind him. Annemiek van Vleuten was second in over a minute. The bronze went to Elisa Longo Borghini. Anna van der Breggen admitted after the race that the Dutch team underestimated Kiesenhofer and the Austrian also thinks that worked in her favour. “Yes, sure. I certainly wasn’t one of the favorites. I mean, I’m completely unknown.” in the video published on July 26, 2021, “Anna Kiesenhofer Epic victory @ TOKYO OLYMPICS 2021 women Road Race“, below:
Annemiek van Vleuten was left red-faced after celebrating victory in the women’s road race after finding out that the gold was won by Austrian Anna Kiesenhofer.
In the video published on July 25, 2021, “Fool’s Gold | Women’s Olympic Road Race 2021 | The Butterfly Effect w/Chris Horner“, below:
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