Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: Best Eyewear Looks

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: Best Eyewear Looks

The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is a multi-sport event, which was held between the 23rd July – 8th August 2021.

The games were originally supposed to be held in 2020, but had to be postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

However, they were successfully held in the Japanese capital this year. This is the first Olympic Games in history with no public spectators, due to Coronavirus restrictions.

Several new sport additions were added to the Games this year, including the likes of 3×3 basketball, baseball, skateboarding and freestyle BMX.

Great Britain came 4th overall on the medal table, earning a total of 65 medals in the two week period.

Aside from the various sporting competitions, there were also some fantastic eyewear on show from the athletes in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games this year!

Check out our favourites below.

Andre De Grasse

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Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse took home the gold medal for the 200m mens sprint at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games this year.

De Grasse was spotted wearing some fantastic shield style eyewear during his winning run – we love the reflective lenses!

He teamed the sporty sunnies with a black, pink and white striped vest top and a subtle gold chain necklace for a cool look.

Get a slice of his look with this pair of similar Sports Eyewear Progear Dash 2 examples from our online eyewear store, SelectSpecs.

Sports Eyewear Progear Dash 2

Emma McKeon

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Australian swimmer Emma McKeon won the gold medal in the women’s 50m freestyle.

She opted to wear a plain black swimsuit for the occasion, which features some subtle net style detailing on the straps.

McKeon wore a bright yellow swimming cap to represent her country, as well as a pair of green, blue and red coloured goggles.

Take a look at these similar Sports Eyewear Aquasee examples from us here at SelectSpecs.

Sports Eyewear Aquasee

Mete Gazoz

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Turkish archer Mete Gazoz managed to claim the gold medal in the archery final in Tokyo.

The 22-year old athlete was pictured with his medal following his win, wearing a plain white polo shirt and red jacket combo to represent Turkey.

He also wore a pair of black rounded glasses for the occasion.

Check out these similar Brooklyn D133 options from our online eyewear store, SelectSpecs.

Brooklyn D133

Adam Peaty

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British swimmer Adam Peaty was also pictured at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after winning a gold medal for Great Britain in the 4x100m medley relay race.

Peaty was spotted wearing a bright red swimming cap for the competition, not to mention a pair of grey goggles, featuring striking black and blue lenses.

Get a slice of Peaty’s look with this pair of similar LEADER Ready-to-Wear Rx Swim Goggles Velocity Blue examples from us here at SelectSpecs.

LEADER Ready-to-Wear Rx Swim Goggles Velocity Blue

Evie Richards

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British cyclist Evie Richards competed in the women’s mountain bike cross-country race, where she finished in 7th place.

For the occasion, Richards opted to wear a white, blue and red cycling jersey to represent Great Britain, paired with some matching figure-hugging lycra shorts.

A pair of navy coloured socks help to complete the cycling ready ensemble, not to mention some white trainers and matching gloves.

A monochrome helmet and a pair of clear shield sunglasses finished things off well.

Steal Evie’s look with these similar Oakley OO9060 M-FRAME STRIKE options from us here at SelectSpecs.

Oakley OO9060 M-FRAME STRIKE

If you loved this sports style post, be sure to check out ‘European Championships 2018: Best Eyewear Looks‘.

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