SEC will honor scholarships for athletes who don't want to play in 2020
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There were hundreds of incredible athletes lined up and ready to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, right up until sports were shut down. Now we're talking about the Tokyo 2021 Olympics, and athletes are adapting and adjusting their plans as we speak. It's a long way off and the majority of sports have yet to hold their qualifying competitions, which means we don't know exactly who we'll see at the Opening Ceremony next year - but it also means there are even more athletes to keep your eye on as they look to fulfill their Olympic dreams. Ahead, check out just a small sampling (in no particular order) of the women athletes we're hoping to see in Tokyo next year, from familiar gold medal favorites to new faces looking to take the sports world by storm.
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Alyson Gurney makes wool replicas of her customer's pets and the resemblance is uncanny.
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If your hair hasn't seen a pair of scissors in the year 2020, you probably have a few extra inches to deal with this summer. Now, that could be great — maybe you're fully leaning into the longest hair of your life and loving it. But in the heat, when you're looking to pull it up, back, and off your neck, you might already be feeling fatigued from styling the same high ponytail on repeat. Here's where the humble claw clip comes into play. No matter your curl pattern or texture, it's an instant accessory upgrade: You just wrap all your hair into a knot, secure it with a gold-plated or tortoiseshell acrylic clip, and you have a sleek updo that looks 10 times chicer than your twice-wrapped scrunchie. If you're influenced to try the '90s trend that's made a full comeback this summer, shop the gallery, ahead. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?"Naked Hair" Is Fueling A Natural Hair Movement24 Leave-In Conditioners To Try This SummerTaylor Swift Did Her Own Braided Buns For Folklore
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