When a Jamaican national team player who won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics made a mistake in the competition venue, a woman from the tournament staff lent a taxi fare to the correct venue, and on the 19th, a woman at the Jamaican embassy in Tokyo. A ceremony was held to thank.

Mr. Tyana Kawashima, who was a tournament staff member at the Tokyo Olympics, was invited to the Embassy of Jamaica in Minato-ku, Tokyo.

Mr. Kawashima went to the national stadium when Hansle Parchment, a representative of Jamaica who won the gold medal at the 110-meter hurdle for men's track and field at the Tokyo Olympics, got on the wrong bus and arrived at the wrong competition venue on the day of the semifinal on the 4th of this month. I lent you a taxi fare.

The parchment player might not be in time for the warm-up if he traveled by bus, but he was able to participate in the race safely by heading directly by taxi.

At the ceremony, a video message from a parchment player was played, saying, "I would like to express my deepest gratitude on behalf of the country. I am deeply grateful for your support. Thank you." Mr. Kawashima said, "I can do what I can." I just did it. "

After winning the gold medal, the parchment player visited Mr. Kawashima and posted a thank-you video directly on SNS, which has become a hot topic, and the Jamaican government plans to invite Mr. Kawashima to a sightseeing trip to his home country in the future. That is.