Australia’s ruling Olympic 2020 Games modern pentathlon champion Chloe Esposito is pregnant and will not be defending her title at Tokyo 2020. The Games begin on July 24, with Esposito due to give delivery to her first child in August.
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Esposito said “A wonderful unforeseen surprise has happened. My husband, Matt Cooper and I are passing a small Cooper into this world in August. True to form, nothing ever works out the way we plan it. Defensive my name will have to stay another four years. Can’t wait to be a mum.”
The 28-year-old Esposito is not planning to give up work, after becoming Australia’s first Olympic modern pentathlon gold medalist in Rio 2016 and then taking a year off. However, she finished an inspiring return to action, winning the World Cup final in 2018 and becoming world number one again. While constraining injuries shortened her presentations last year, Esposito was watching to competition preceding to the news of her pregnancy.
Chiller said “I would like to fast my congratulations to Chloe and Matt they will be fantastic parents,Modern Pentathlon Australia President Kitty. We would have of course loved to have seen Chloe on the start line in Tokyo to defend her Olympic 2020 title. However, we know this is not the end of her strange career and watch next to supporting her in owing course when she revenues to the sport with an eye to the Paris Olympic 2024.”
She was rested due to childbirth and skip one of the famous events in the world like Olympic 2020. The doctors are suggested to being not play the Olympic 2020. She will wait for the next four years to play the Olympic 2024. She will play the other tournament after pregnancy.