Sarah Robles

Weightlifter, US Womens National Team

Weightlifter, US Womens National Team

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Sunday marked the final day of the Tokyo Games. With the closing ceremony behind us, LA is preparing for its own summer Olympics in 2028.

What LA 2028 can learn from Tokyo Games: Politics, costs, climate change, and more

Sunday marked the final day of the Tokyo Games. With the closing ceremony behind us, LA is preparing for its own summer Olympics in 2028.

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Sarah Robles is a 2016 Olympic bronze medalist. Tokyo 2021 will be the third time this Desert Hot Springs native represents Team USA.

Desert Hot Springs’ weightlifter Sarah Robles prepares for Tokyo 2021

Sarah Robles is a 2016 Olympic bronze medalist. Tokyo 2021 will be the third time this Desert Hot Springs native represents Team USA.

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