I watched an Olympic judo match last night.
Uta Abe advanced to the women's 52Kg class final.
results with foreigners is 59 wins and 1 loss.
Match: There were many matches so it is plural.
Against vs With: When we are competing we say 'against' so an so. In most contexts against is negative and aggressive, but in the context of competition it is fine. 'I am against people enjoying holidays," means I am I mean person who hates people enjoying holidays. "I played against my brother in basketball," means I had a game of basketball with my brother without inflection or subtext.
Resulted: since the matches already occurred, this is in the past tense.
The only opponent who lost was the opponent in the final match.
The dropping of 'she' as a subject may have been essentially a typo and is the kind of mistake a native English speaker might make in writing a first draft, but wouldn't in speech.
That said, we lose to someone or something, while lost is a verb its associated with an object. Lost to time, lost to human history.
Note this can get a little tricky:
I lost my cheese to the mice. <- Means my cheese was take by Mice
The cheese was lost to the mice. <- Means the Mice lost their cheese through some circumstance.
However, she won the gold medal.
After that, her brother, Hifumi Abe, advanced to the finals in the men's 66 kg class.
He also won the gold medal.
I was really impressed.
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