The first year of the competition was tumultuous.
The men were not allowed to compete at the same weight, because it was a women’s sport, but they were able to compete in all four events.
The women competed in the 200m breaststroke, the 100m hurdles, the 4×400 relay and the 400m relay.
They also competed in gymnastics: the 400-meter relay, the 200-meter hurdles, and the 4×400 relay.
The 100m hurdle had two competitors: the American Katie Caulfield, who won gold in 2016 and is now the 2016 Olympic gold medalist, and British-American Taylor Larkin.
The 400-m hurdles had two: British-Australian Sophie Kammerer and Australian Adam Rippon.
In the 4-meter freestyle, British-born Ryan Williams, who is a four-time world champion, and Australian Christian Wade, a four time world champion who was the last to qualify, won gold and silver respectively.
There were two female gymnasts in the finals, as well: Australian Jodie Emery, who had her world title in London, and New Zealand-born Jodha Sood.
Emery and Wade were both part of the U.S. team that won gold at the 2016 Games.
The American team was led by a new U.K. star, gymnast Morgana Wurz, who was a three-time champion and the 2016 U.N. champion.
Wurs won gold, while Wurlz was runner-up in London.
Wurtz was the first American woman to win a medal at the Olympics since Simone Biles in 2000.
She won bronze in the women’s 4x100m relay, and in the men’s 4×200 relay, with American Jelena Kowalska, a two-time Olympic champion.
The U.k. women were led by two new U-20 stars, American Hope Solo and Russian Alexei Kuznetsov.
Solo was a two time Olympic champion, Kuznsov was the gold medal winner in the world in 2016, and she was part of a U.s. team led by Hope Solo that won silver at the Games in London in 2016.
The Russian team had three Olympians on the roster, which was made up of four men and two women.
The Americans had a young star, Madison Jordan, who took gold at nationals in London and became the first U.femme champion in women’s history.
The Russians had two Olympic gold medallists: Ekaterina Tchernova, who became the youngest woman to compete for the U-18 team, and Alexander Tchernov, a silver medalist in the 50-meter free relay.
Jordan was the American gold medaler in London after winning gold at U.n. under-20 championships in London a year earlier.
Tcherniakov was the U.-20 gold medal contender at the U20 Championships in London last year.
The Canadian team had a new gold medalists, the U19 national team member and three-times world champion Ryan McEvoy.
McEvOY, a five-time gold medal medalist for Canada, was the only Canadian to win the gold in London at the London Games.
McEVOY was a seven-time Olympian and the 2012 Olympic champion in the 100-meter butterfly.
The Czechs, led by three-timers Daniela Kobertova, Anastasia Dusanov and Jana Koberd, had a solid roster of six women on the U18 team.
They won gold by defeating the United States and Russia, and they also made a run at the world championships.
The United States won the gold, but the Czechs did not.
The bronze medal went to the Czechoslovak women, who beat the Czech Republic.
The gold medal went straight to the United Kingdom, where the British won gold on the same track as the Americans.
The British women had two of the best athletes in the event, but this was their first time competing at the Olympic Games.
They finished second in the qualifying race, and third in the competition.
The final medalist was German-American Karolina Kovač, who has competed at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and London 2012.
In 2016, Kovašs gold medal in the 4X200 relay was her first at an Olympic Games, but she finished second to the Americans in the final qualifying race and fourth in the gold medals competition.
In 2017, she became the second U.yemen woman to reach the final of an Olympic event.
She finished third at the men and fourth at the women.
In 2018, she won silver in the 800m freestyle with a best time of 13.65 seconds.
She also became the third