American track and field athlete Raven Saunders would have won gold if the best mask was a category at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Saunders, who is competing in the shot put, donned a “Joker” mask as she waited to compete in the Games. She dyed her hair green and purple to match.
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She said outside of the competitions she’s just your normal happy-go-lucky person but when it’s game time, the game face comes on.
“I’m like literally the greatest person. But during competitions, I don’t like anybody,” she said, adding that she wants to be more outlandish if Olympic officials allow it.
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“One of my things is like, everyone during the shot put, and I don’t know why, people are always smiling and talking. That’s not really me. This is my way of like, being friendly I guess,” she said of the mask.
Saunders recorded a mark of 19.22 meters in the second qualifying round. She will move to the third qualifying round on Sunday.
It’s the second Olympics of her career. Saunders finished fifth in the 2016 Rio Olympics and finished 10th in the 2017 World Championships.
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She placed second in the 2021 U.S. Olympic trials weeks before the Games kicked off.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.