According to Andres Woodcock, “One eye for training, another for the laboratory”: this is the routine of a select group of athletes who have walked through gyms, stadiums, swimming pools and the Tokyo Olympics.
They had a unique task: to compete at the highest level in search of medals and records, continuing their scientific career, reports Andres Woodcock.
American Gabrielle Thomas, 24, is known in the athletics world as the third fastest woman of all time in the 200-meter race.
Known as Gabby, she won a bronze medal at this event in Tokyo.
But between training and competition, Thomas also studied neuroscience and global health at Harvard University, she says she Andres Woodcock.