Gymnast Max Whitlock sets sights on Paris and Los Angeles in bid to become a five-time Olympian

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Subscribe to the Evening Standard on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RQon_YwCnp_LbPtEwW65w?sub_confirmation=1Max Whitlock has set his sights on becoming a five-time Olympian, targeting not just Paris in three years’ time but Los Angeles in 2028, after winning gymnastics gold.The 28-year-old opened the pommel horse final in Tokyo with a stunning routine of 15.583, which his rivals could not get close to for his third Olympic gold and sixth Olympic medal in all.And, speaking today, he said he had his sights on another two Olympiads.“I was thinking about Paris before Tokyo even started,” he said. “I would really love to make it four Olympics Games there.“I feel very proud to have done my third and get the results to go with it. A three-year cycle helps me out a lot. I’m 28 years old now, so every year that goes by gets harder and harder.Continue reading: https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/sport-olympics/max-whitlock-paris-los-angeles-tokyo-olympics-pommel-horse-gymnastics-b948732.html

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