Remaining night’s spectacular fracture within the velodrome, when Alex Porter’s handlebar perceived to snap tidy off his bike mid-flee, has prompted AusCycling to start an investigation into the rare technical mishap.
“Discussion referring to what brought on the incident is understandable, on the opposite hand it is sure that this would possibly perchance salvage a whereas to attach precisely what took location,” AusCycling stated in a observation on Tuesday. “Whereas the immediate focal level is on the success of the Australian cycling team across the relaxation of the Olympic program, there’ll be a thorough investigation and overview of the factors infected relating to the incident.”
Porter came flying off his bike after 1,000m when his handlebar perceived to snap tidy off his bike. Whereas the Australians were well-liked a 2nd qualifying try, the fatigue of their first piece of their initial effort – and shock at Porter’s fracture – saw them characterize a slower time than expected. Their gold medal hopes are over.
A high-performance bike is made up of many parts, however AusCycling confirmed the piece infected relating to the incident became once not manufactured by Argon 18, which provides bikes to the national team. Bastion Cycles – a dealer of parts for the bikes – stated it is additionally conducting an investigation into the incident.
“Our first mumble became once for Alex Porter and the total team,” co-founder Ben Schultz stated. “We are in fixed contact with the Australian Olympic cycling team and coaches, and give our assurances that we’re the use of all potential available to compare why this passed off. Our focal level immediately is to continue supporting the Australian cycling team for the relaxation of the competitors.”
Personnel GB decide men’s skiff 49er gold!
There became once nothing in it within the medal flee as Dylan Fletcher and Stuart Bithell held off Germany by puny more than a pair of centimetres. The decide hands Personnel GB their first Olympic gold on this class and relegates the dominant Fresh Zealand duo Peter Burling and Blair Tuke to silver medal plot. After a disappointing day on the be conscious for Personnel GB, here’s honest the tonic.
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Males’s basketball: it’s quarter-finals time at Tokyo 2020. In the first knockout, Slovenia thrashed Germany 94-70 and it is quarter-time between USA and Spain … the Spanish main 21-19.
Olympic Boxing in a stadium without crowds on the Kokugikan Enviornment is a decided journey. Every punch and audible exertion echoes across the world whereas the ambiance is supplied handiest by the boxers’ countrymen and women from the stands.
As Carlo Paalam of the Philippines defeated Uzbekistan’s Shakhobidin Zoirov within the boys’s 48-52kg quarterfinal earlier, Paalam fell to his knees in pleasure whereas his compatriots within the stands brandished their flags and screamed loudly.
In the intervening time, the Ghanaian delegation that became once honest watching their fighter Samuel Takyi has technique to Tokyo geared up with drums. Teammates of his American opponent, Duke Ragan, burst out into hundreds of “USA! USA!” cheers.
A volunteer honest walked around retaining a laminated card instructing folks within the team to sit down down down and chorus from chanting. Unbiased correct success with that.
Caroline Dubois, the Guardian’s columnist in Tokyo, boxed well however misplaced on capabilities to Sudaporn Seesondee within the quarter-final of the ladies’s light (57-60kg) competitors.
Canoe high-tail: sooner than we depart the gleaming waters of the Sea Woodland Waterway, let’s tie up some free ends from on the present time’s medal races.
In addition as to Lisa Carrington’s heroics, Cuba won gold within the boys’s canoe double 1000m from China and Germany. And Hungarian Balint Kopasz added an Olympic gold to his world title when a success the boys’s kayak single 1000m from compatriot Adam Varga and Portuguese Fernando Pimenta. Australia’s Thomas Green struggled into seventh location.
In Carrington’s K1 200m flee, Personnel GB’s Deborah Kerr done eighth of nine. And in Fresh Zealand’s K2 500m final, Australian duo Australian duo Alyssa Bull and Alyce Wood done a creditable fifth.
Canoe high-tail: Lisa Carrington, salvage a bow. Carrington, and by extension Fresh Zealand, enjoy had moderately a day on the Sea Woodland Waterway.
First there became once Carrington’s decide within the ladies’s kayak single 200m final – in an Olympic very top time of 38.120. Nonetheless not state with that, Carrington then teamed with Caitlin Regal to make your mind up gold from Poland and Hungary within the ladies’s kayak double 500m – additionally in an Olympic very top time (1: 35.785).
Carrington joins fellow kayakers Ian Ferguson and Paul MacDonald and equestrian extensive name Sir Price Todd because the handiest Kiwis to make your mind up five Olympic medals. Her decide within the K1 became once her third straight Olympic gold in that class after victories in London and Rio.
Comely. Fully beautiful. She the GOAT in boat. No argument.
A disastrous Olympic Games for Personnel GB’s sprinters modified into even worse on Wednesday as Adam Gemili tore his hamstring on the warm-up be conscious – and then took virtually two minutes to inch around his 200m heat.
With Nathaneel Mitchell-Blake additionally failing to get out his 200m heat it intended that the litany of woes – which has incorporated Zharnel Hughes false beginning within the 100m semi-final and Zharnel Hughes doing the the same sooner than his semi-final – persevered.
With Dina Asher-Smith, who became once strongly fancied to make your mind up a 100m and 200m medal, additionally tearing a hamstring honest five weeks sooner than the Tokyo Games it has not been the Olympics that UKA head coach Christian Malcolm would enjoy envisaged in his worst nightmares.
Asher-Smith bravely recovered to reach the semi-finals and would possibly perchance well almost definitely almost definitely yet decide a 4x100m women’s relay medal, however Gemili’s absence will hit the boys’s 4x100m team exhausting.
Speaking after hobbling across the road in one min 58.18 sec, having pulled up a pair of strides out of the blocks, Gemili stated he had injured his hamstring on the last bustle sooner than he entered the name room.
“On the last blocks start up I actually felt it chase,” he stated. “I needed to salvage a gape at however I’m in so grand distress apt now – I stated to my physio, honest strap it up and let me on the least try to push out however I will be able to expose without extend. You don’t honest cramp up whenever you happen to high-tail so it became once a inch. I will be able to’t command this has took location.”
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya: An replace on the Belarusian sprinter’s mumble has approach from the IOC, which is anticipating a characterize from the Belarusian Nationwide Olympic Committee in a while the present time.
Spokesperson Price Adams stated the IOC has twice spoken with the athlete on Tuesday as it makes an try to get the total information sooner than taking any more circulation.
Tsimanouskaya, who refused to waft home on team orders, sought refuge on the Polish embassy in Tokyo and has been offered a humanitarian visa by Poland.
She is in a “stable mumble”, the Japanese international minister Toshimitsu Motegi stated on Tuesday. “We, in cooperation with connected occasions, are attempting to put her stable.”
Canoe high-tail: some canoe high-tail? Why not. And it’s yet more gold for Fresh Zealand and the unbelievable Lisa Carrington, together with Caitlin Regal, decide the ladies’s kayak double ahead of Hungary and Poland. Australian duo Alyssa Bull and Alyce Wood substandard the road in fifth.
Girls folks’s javelin throw: so sooner than we depart the athletics on the support of within the intervening time, USA’s Maggie Malone and Australia’s Kelsey-Lee Barber were the standout performers in Personnel B qualifying. Nonetheless there’ll be no final appearance for Czech champ Barbora Spotakova, the 40-year-extinct ending ninth within the team and failing to qualify for the final.
Apologies, I’m a little bit of flushed after that 400m hurdles final. Now, support to alternate. Or monkey alternate more love. And here’s me thinking handiest rock stars trashed rooms.
These “young folks”, eh Ian Chesterman?!?!
Karsten Warholm (NOR) wins men’s 400m hurdles gold!
And in world characterize time whenever you happen to don’t mind. The extensive Norwegian himself looks terrorized. In addition he would possibly perchance well almost definitely perchance. Warholm cleared far from USA’s Rai Benjamin within the closing 20 metres to quit the clock at an completely fabulous 45.94. Wow. He has smashed via the 46-2nd barrier. Speechless.
Rather a noteworthy performance – one of many very top the Olympic Games has considered – and a noteworthy flee for that topic. Warholm became once the extensive name flip, obviously, however silver medalist Benjamin ran an area characterize of 46.17, bronze medalist Alison dos Santos (BRA) did the the same in 46.72 and area data or national data were bustle the total methodology down to seventh location.
This flee, this bustle by Warholm, will be talked about for future years support. That point: 45.94!!!!!! That can well almost definitely almost definitely be competitive in some races on the flat over 400m.
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Malaika Mihambo (GER) wins women’s long soar gold!
Huge final soar of seven.00m from the German so as to add an Olympic gold to her world title. USA’s Brittney Reece (6.97m) became once in entrance for hundreds of the session however would possibly perchance well almost definitely almost definitely not higher Mihambo’s last effort and will ought to make attain with silver, which she won from Nigeria’s Ese Brume on countback.
USA’s Tara Davis became once not far off with a truly top soar of 6.84m in sixth location however she became once inconsolable after the match. Australia’s Brooke Stratton (6.83m, seventh) jumped well whereas Jazmin Sawyers (6.80m, eighth) and Abigail Irozuru (6.51m, 11th) rounded out Personnel GB’s performance within the match.
Girls folks’s long soar final:
- Mihambo jumps first and it looks a protracted one … she jumps 7.00m to pass into gold medal plot!!!!!!
- Brume subsequent … 6.90m. Unbiased correct however no cigar. Bronze at very top for the Nigerian.
- And now Reese … no, 6.84m isn’t ample and this would possibly perchance be a silver medal for the American.
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Girls folks’s long soar final: Brittney Reese, Ese Brume and Malaika Mihambo formally will attain within the medals. Nonetheless in what advise? Let’s glimpse.
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Girls folks’s long soar final: into the final round of jumps now. USA’s Brittney Reese is restful retaining sway with that soar of 6.97m, ahead of Nigeria’s Ese Brume and Germany’s Malaika Mihambo.
There’ll be no medal for Australia’s Brooke Stratton, whose very top soar of 6.83m became once correct however not correct ample to done higher than seventh. One residing higher sits USA’s Tara Davis with a truly top of 6.84m. Not long now for the last jumpers to make a fee on the tip three, or indeed for the tip three to alternate their advise.
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Males’s 200m heats: Canadian Aaron Brown took out the fifth heat in a late 20.38, with Liberian Joseph Fahnbulleh coming 2nd and Swiss William Reais third.
Nonetheless tongues were wagging after the running of the sixth heat as USA’s Kenneth Bednarek cleared away in a sizzling time of 20.01. In his wake became once a runner-up, Yancarlos Martinez, who residing a unique Dominican characterize, and four other men who ran seasonal very top conditions. Impressive.
Personnel GB’s Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake (20.56) became once one of those sprinters however he done fifth and won’t be progressing beyond this stage.
In the last of the seven heats, Noah Lyles won in 20.18 to cap an staunch session for USA sprinters. This heat incorporated Eswatini Sibusiso Matsenjwa, who became once disqualified from heat three however reinstated here on explain.
Correct as well he did kick up a fuss: Matsenjwa ran 2nd to Lyles in a national characterize time of 20.34.
Lately guarantees to be a mountainous day for Personnel GB, with a that you’re going to be ready to imagine eight golds on offer and a surge up the medal table within the offing.
Two would possibly perchance well almost definitely almost definitely approach on the velodrome, with Jason and Laura Kenny going for a first double gold uncover within the ladies’s and men’s pursuit finals. If Laura wins she will enjoy five Olympic golds to her name, and this would well almost definitely almost definitely be her third team pursuit gold in a row; if Jason wins he’ll enjoy a seventh Olympic gold to pull sure of British extensive Chris Hoy.
Additionally up for grabs are four golds within the crusing, which is support on after the day before on the present time’s postponement due to the an absence of wind, whereas Pat McCormack within the boxing ring and 19-year-extinct Keely Hodgkinson within the ladies’s 800m are additionally possibilities to make your mind up gold for GB.
The day prior to this wasn’t defective, either.
Girls folks’s long soar final: the cream is rising to the tip on the Olympic Stadium. USA’s Brittney Reese is improving because the session progresses and after three jumps she is showing the methodology with a soar of 6.97m.
Nigeria’s Ese Brume has additionally jumped 6.97m however on the 2nd sits 2nd on countback. Germany’s Malaika Mihambo, thought of Reece’s important risk on this match, is in bronze medal plot however Personnel GB’s Jazmin Sawyers (6.74m), Abigail Irozuru (6.27m), Australia’s Brooke Stratton (6.83m) and USA’s Tara Davis (6.84m) can enjoy to pray to get a wriggle on within the event that they are to push for a medal.
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Males’s 200m heats: Qatari Femi Ogunode has taken out the third heat in a time of 20.37, honest ahead of Turkey’s Ramil Guliyev and embellished Canadian Andre de Grasse, the 2016 200m final runner-up on the support of Usain High-tail. De Grasse barely got out of first equipment here, however he did what he desired to achieve.
Heartbreak for Eswatini sprinter Sibusiso Matsenjwa, who jumped the gun and became once shown the crimson card.
The fourth heat has long previous the methodology of wunderkind American teen Erriyon Knighton, who confirmed glimpses of his mountainous skills to quit the clock at 20.55. Grand is expected of this raw 17-year-extinct. A heat to forget for Personnel GB’s Rio fourth Adam Gemili, who pulled up quickly after the start up.
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Girls folks’s long soar final: we’re into the 2nd round of jumps now and Nigeria’s Ese Brume sits on the tip of the pops with an soar of 6.97m. USA’s gold medal like, Brittney Reese, improved on her opening 6.60m effort with a 6.81m soar to upward push to fourth on the support of Brume, Germany’s Malaika Mihambo and Serbian Ivana Spanovic.
Personnel GB’s Jazmin Sawyers fluffed her first soar however got her act together subsequent time, leaping 6.80m whereas Australia’s Brooke Stratton put her opening unlawful soar on the support of her to register 6.52m.
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Males’s 200m heats: venerable Jamaican Rasheed Dwyer has taken out the first heat in a time of 20.31, with Divine Oduduro (NGR) and Anaso Jobodwana (RSA) additionally via to the semi-finals.
In the 2nd heat, Trinidadian Jereem Richards more or less coasted around for a Tuesday stroll in a time of 20.52. Shaun Maswanganyi (RSA) and Dutchman Taymir Burnet enjoy additionally the stepped forward, the latter running a seasonal very top.
Girls folks’s sea journey volleyball quarter-finals: a scientific performance by USA’s Alix Klineman and April Ross to beat Germany’s Laura Ludwig and Margareta Kozuch in straight sets, 21-19 within the first and 21-19 within the 2nd.
Australia’s Mariafe Artacho del Solar (not obvious I’ll ever tire of that name) and Taliqua Clancy are in circulation in a while on the present time against Canada.
And now, the news you’ve all been anticipating.
Drum roll please …
Assign your hands together for on the present time’s Covid replace.
Tokyo Olympics organisers reported on Tuesday 18 unique Games-connected Covid-19 cases, bringing the general since 1 July to 294.
Don’t teach I don’t present you with nuthin’.
The women’s long soar final has honest commenced. USA’s Brittney Reese, the London gold medalist and one of many favourties here in Tokyo, gets her session below methodology with what can handiest be termed a loosener, hitting the sand at 6.60m in an effort she will no query higher. Australia’s Brooke Stratton begins with a defective. She, too, will be taking a gape to give a enhance to on that. Naturally.
The early tempo is being residing by Germany’s Malaika Mihambo with a soar of 6.83m however there’s a looooooooooong methodology to head.
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Girls folks’s javelin: Poland’s Maria Andrejczyk has already improved to the final courtesy of a 65.24m throw – conveniently sure of the 63.00m distance required to progress robotically. Australia’s Mackenzie Dinky is playing an subtle day, sitting 2nd in Personnel A with a non-public-very top throw of 62.37m. USA’s Kara Winger is some methodology down the world with an effort of 59.71m.
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Crusing: okay, no more Rod Stewart references however the correct news is Crusing is support on!
Opponents is decided to resume on the Enoshima Yacht Harbour as winds are expected to grab up on Tuesday following the cancellation of Monday’s circulation.
Monday’s medal races within the boys’s and women’s 49er class will now happen on Tuesday, with the boys’s Finn class and the mixed Nacra 17 class additionally down for a resolution on a busy day on the harbour.
A weather forecast from governing physique World Crusing predicts winds of 10 to 12 knots within the course of the day.
Girls folks’s 400m: onto the last of the six heats and a highly impressive bustle by Dominican Republic’s Marileidy Paulino to make your mind up in a swiftly 50.06 after putting the flee to mattress rounding the final bend. USA’s Wadeline Jonathas finishes some methodology on the support of in 2nd however is safely via to the semis, as is Lieke Klaver of the Netherlands. It became once such a swiftly heat that the fourth and fifth placegetters – Aauri Lorena Bokesa of Spain and Eleni Artymata of Cyprus – are additionally via as two of the quickest losers.
Some very tired runners available. It’s a scorching one in Tokyo on the present time.
Girls folks’s 400m: venerable Jamaican Stephenie Ann McPherson, sixth within the Rio 400m final, wins heat five in a competitive-taking a gape 50.89. Natalia Kaczmarek and Paolo Moran are the opposite computerized qualifiers, the latter running a seasonal very top.
Okay, so Personnel GB’s Nicole Yeargin has been booted out of the 400m match due to the lane infringement. Heartbreaking for the Brit as she done third in her heat and would enjoy made it via to the semi-finals.
Girls folks’s 400m: impressive bustle by Jamaica’s Candice McLeod, on the least visually, to sure away within the straight from Amandine Brossier, whose time of 51.65 is a French national characterize. Austrian Susanne Walli is additionally via to the semis however the mountainous news out of the warmth is the fate of Personnel GB’s Nicole Yeargin, who in actuality done third however has been disqualified. Defend you posted on that one.
Girls folks’s 400m: heat three is subsequent. The evergreen USA runner Allyson Felix is in lane four. Extremely, here’s her fifth Olympic Games. And it’s puny more than a stroll within the park for the Rio silver medalist as she wins in 50.84 from Jamaica’s Roneisha McGregor. Personnel GB’s Ama Pipi became once honest nosed out of third location and will ought to wait on and glimpse if she progresses to the semis as one of many following six quickest.
Thanks Tom. Steadily a pleasure to grab up what you’ve put down. Gigantic day on the Olympics on the present time – aren’t all of them? – with medals galore up for grabs every on land and in water.
Waiting for the football, hockey, basketball and cycling in a while (and, obviously, sport rock climbing) however for now it’s all taking place on the Nationwide Stadium, or the Olympic Stadium, or whatever it’s known as.
Additionally taking a gape ahead to your company again on the present time. Let’s attain it.
Allyson Felix of six gold medals standing is subsequent within the 400m heats at her fifth Olympics. Scott Heinrich will salvage you via the circulation. Bye!
Australia’s Bendere Oboya, GB’s Jodie Williams and Quanera Hayes of the US are in heat two. Williams, Hayes and Portugal’s Cátia Azevedo attain 1-2-3. Oboya is fifth.
In the intervening time, Portugal’s Pedro Pablo Pichardo puts in a mountainous soar to decide the boys’s triple soar qualifying. Turkey’s Necati Er and China’s Zhu Yaming additionally regarded correct. USA’s Donald Scott and Will Claye additionally made it. Nonetheless their compatriot Chris Benard and GB’s Ben Williams uncared for out.
The ladies’s 400m heats now. The defending champion, Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas, begins her campaign in lane two. She jogs around and restful wins a ridiculously relaxed bustle, however on the opposite hand she’s within the 200m final in a while the present time. Roxana Gómez of Cuba and Sada Williams of Barbados are the opposite computerized qualifiers.
The posthaste titled Canoe Speed Girls folks’s K1 200m has taken location and we enjoy our line-up for the final. NZ’s Lisa Carrington, GB’s Deborah Kerr and Canada’s Andreanne Langlois all made it.
Emma Jørgensen (Denmark), Poland’s Marta Walczykiewicz, Spain’s Teresa Portela Rivas, Linnea Stensils (Sweden), Francesca Genzo of Italy and Hungary’s Dora Lucz (no relation) are additionally via.
The ladies’s sea journey volleyball quarter-finals are on. USA’s Alix Klineman and April Ross lead Germany’s Laura Ludwig and Margareta Kozuch after a success the first residing. It’s 15-15 within the 2nd.
Norway’s Jakob Ingebrigtsen is a popular on this flee, and we additionally enjoy Soufiane Elbakkali of Morocco who won gold within the steeplechase last night – give the man a relaxation. Prick Willis is 38 (38!) and racing for Fresh Zealand.
Ingebrigtsen hangs on the support early on. Yared Nuguse of the US pulled out honest sooner than the start up with a quad damage. The talented Stewart McSweyn of Australia leads us out pursued by GB’s Jake Heyward (and no undergo). The Aussie and Brit enjoy a mountainous lead on the bell. They’re inevitable chased down however every make it to the semifinals. Ingebrigtsen decides to race up gradual and grab his location. Ethiopia’s Teddese Lemi, Robert Farken of Germany and Spain’s Adel Mechaal additionally qualify.
And that’s the boys’s 1500m heats done. GB’s Josh Kerr, NZ’s Prick Willis, Ireland’s Andrew Coscoran, Spain’s Ignacio Fontes, Djibouti’s Ayanleh Souleiman and Kenya’s Charles Cheboi Simotwo all buckle down and do as quickest losers.
Elbakkali, the steeplechase champ, decided last night’s exertions were too grand and pulled out on the final lap, luminous his legs were long previous.
Heat two of the boys’s 1500m now and we can glimpse the defending champion, USA’s Matthew Centrowitz. Additionally running is Aussie Jye Edwards, GB’s Jake Wightman and NZ’s Samuel Tanner. Centrowitz done within the US trials however he’s a artful venerable and has the smarts to make the final on the least.
The be conscious will be moist on the opposite hand it’s restful 86F/30C at 9.20am within the morning in Tokyo. Most almost definitely that’s why the tempo of the first lap is so late – 62 seconds. That late tempo potential no one is out of it on the final lap with all americans bunched up. Poland’s Marcin Lewandowski falls and nudges Jye Edwards, however the Aussie stays on his feet. Then Morocco’s Anass Essayi falls too!
The champ Centrowitz goes via in 2nd on the support of Kenya’s Abel Kipsang. Luxembourg’s Charles Grethen additionally makes it as does GB’s Jake Wightman, France’s Azeddine Habz and Ethiopia’s Samuel Abate. Australia’s Jye Edwards recovers from that nudge to achieve in seventh on the opposite hand it’s a late time and he doubtlessly won’t make the seimifinal.
The boys’s 1500m is subsequent. The defending champion is USA’s Matthew Centrowitz, who brought on a shock in Rio when he modified into the first American to make your mind up the Olympic final since 1908. He’s within the 2nd heat. Nonetheless first up, logically is heat one. The important six runners qualify robotically.
It’s a soggy be conscious after overnight rain however I’m obvious the athletes are happy to get far from the blistering solar. Australia’s Olly Hoare is the early leader on the first lap. The shock is Ethiopia’s Samuel Tefera, thought of a medal contender, who fades very badly and finishes down the world. Australia’s Hoare and USA’s Cole Hocker ending within the qualifying spots alongside Belgium’s Ismael Debjani, Kenya’s Timothy Cheruiyot, Poland’s Michal Rozmys and Morocco’s Abdelatif Sadiki. GB’s Josh Kerr is seventh and faces a wait to detect if he’ll progress as a quickest loser. It became once a slightly late flee even supposing, so he would possibly perchance well almost definitely almost definitely merely not be lucky.
Must you’re questioning the build the actual sport is, the first match starts at 9am native time in Japan. Or around five minutes whenever you happen to’ll be ready to’t be to figure out the time distinction. First up is the boys’s triple soar qualification and 1500m heats; and the ladies’s sea journey volleyball quarterfinals.
In the intervening time, reader Kurt Perleberg has a question. “Who will decide basically the most medals within the Olympics, China or The United States?” The US enjoy basically the most on the 2nd however China enjoy more golds. I enjoy the US will live wakeful edging it, honest.
It became once a momentous day within the weightlifting on Monday. Sean Ingle became once there to envision it:
History became once made on a Tokyo night of superhuman power and simmering pressure as Laurel Hubbard, a 43‑year‑extinct weightlifter from Fresh Zealand, modified into the first overtly trans girl athlete to compete at an Olympic Games.
Nonetheless Hubbard, who became once born male however began identifying as a girl in 2013, buckled below pressure of the world’s look, as well to the weight of the mountainous bar she became once in search of to thrust over her head. Twice the barbell, which had 120kg and then 125kg on it, fell on the support of her after she had snatched it powerfully from the ground. On one other event Hubbard got it off the ground and perceived to enjoy made a successive decide, honest for 2 of the three judges to rule she did not enjoy rotund control.
She left the world having smiled and drawn a heart along with her hands. It became once a snappy and beautiful live to her Olympic desires and it intended she done last within the over‑87kg extensive‑heavyweight class, won effortlessly by China’s Li Wenwen. Britain’s Emily Campbell claimed a ultimate silver – and Personnel GB’s first ever female weightlifting medal.
You would possibly perchance well almost definitely learn the rotund article below:
And now we’ve done the day for Australia, we would possibly perchance well almost definitely almost definitely merely as well gape at US possibilities/highlights.
9pm EDT/2am EDT: men’s 3m springboard semi-final/final
A total of 18 divers will compete within the morning semi-final, and the tip 12 scorers reach to the afternoon final. One American, Andrew Capobianco, qualified for the semi; he won a silver within the synchronized match last week. Capobianco, 21, done 17th within the preliminary round.
9.50pm EDT: women’s long soar final
Two Americans, Brittney Reese and Tara Davis, qualified for the long soar final, competing in a area of 12. Reese is ranked No 5 within the world, Davis No 15, however Davis is having a occupation year. The Americans will face stiff competitors within the event that they hope to medal; the tip four jumpers within the world ahead of Reese qualified for the final, as did Nos 7, 8, 10 and 11 ahead of Davis.
11.20pm EDT: men’s 400m hurdles final
Rai Benjamin, 24, is competing in his first Olympics in Tokyo and is appreciated to medal within the 400m hurdles after putting 2nd in his semi-final heat. Benjamin is the 2nd-ranked athlete within the world within the match, and he posted a non-public-very top time of 46.83 seconds on the US trials in June—which additionally marked the 2nd-quickest time anyone has ever posted within the match.
2.33am: mixed Nacra 17 crusing medal flee
Americans Anna Weiss and Riley Gibbs will soar for a medal in Enoshima within the mixed match. Both are competing of their first Olympics, however as a pair, they were Pan American Games Champions in 2019 and won a bronze medal on the Oceania Championship in 2020.
2.44am/4.19am EDT: women’s team pursuit cycling first round heat three/finals
The US team of Jennifer Valente, Chloe Dygert, Emma White and Lily Williams will flee against the British team in heat three of the team pursuit first round. The winner of that flee will reach to face the winner of the warmth four matchup between Germany and Italy. The losers of those heats will be entered right into a pool with the last four groups and seeded by first-round conditions; two quickest groups in that pool will compete for bronze.
4.50am EDT: women’s balance beam final
Simone Biles will return for one last Olympic match: the balance beam final. After withdrawing from the team competitors and the relaxation of her particular person occasions citing mental well being strains, Biles will compete in one final competitors on the Games sooner than she retires. Sunisa Lee, the 18-year-extinct who helped propel Personnel USA to a silver within the team competitors and won gold within the actual person all-around last week, will additionally compete within the match.
5.39am EDT: men’s horizontal bar final
Brody Malone, the US’s reigning national champion, positioned 10th within the all-around—however he did attain a unique trick on the parallel bars, that would possibly perchance well almost definitely almost definitely merely be named for him within the code of capabilities. He has a gamble for his first medal within the horizontal bar particular person match, the build he’s had solid showings at previous NCAA championships, a success gold in 2019 and ‘21.
6.20am EDT: men’s pole vault final
Two Americans, KC Lightfoot and Chris Nilsen, improved to the pole vault final after clearing the 5.75 meter establish within the semis. Nilsen is the fifth-ranked pole vaulter within the world, and Lightfoot, 21, cleared six meters on a soar at a meet in February, setting a collegiate indoor pole vault characterize.
7.35am EDT: women’s hammer throw final
Three Americans—Brooke Andersen, DeAnna Tag and Gwen Berry—qualified for the final area of 12 within the hammer throw, the build the US has a solid likelihood to medal. Tag is the tip ranked thrower within the world; she residing an American characterize on the Olympic trials in June, when her 80.31-meter throw marked the 2nd-farthest throw in historical previous. Berry, who’s No 6 on the all-time list of longest throws, has made a name for herself protesting injustice in American and systemic racism. She, love Tag, is purchasing for her first Olympic medal, as is Andersen.
8.25am EDT: women’s 800m final
Both Raevyn Rogers and Athing Mu won their respective heats within the semi-final of the 800m, and the 2 Americans are eyeing medals within the final. Rogers, 24, ran at Oregon and residing a collegiate characterize there within the 800, and Mu, 19, races for Texas A&M. She’s become a breakout face at these Olympics after a success the 800 handily on the US trials—even after stumbling. Her time on the pains became once the quickest anyone has bustle the 800 this year, and she wasn’t even challenged on the live of the flee and coasted to the attain.
8.50am EDT: women’s 200m final
On the Olympic trials, Gabrielle Thomas modified into the 2nd-quickest girl of all time within the 200m flee, ahead of Marion Jones and on the support of handiest Florence Griffith-Joyner. Thomas, who became once identified with a benign liver tumor earlier this year and is finding out for a grasp’s stage in epidemiology, is eyeing gold in Tokyo.
Australia are flying high within the medal table: fourth, honest above Positively Not Russia. What likelihood more medals on the present time? Well, Kurtis Marschall and Brooke Stratton chase for be conscious and area medals, be conscious cycling continues within the velodrome, crusing medals are on offer and the Kookaburras face Germany in a hockey semi-final. For a rotund rundown, learn our handy data to Aussies on Day 11:
Up so far
The mountainous news of the day (APART FROM THIS) is the return of Simone Biles. I are inclined to think she thought: “I could perchance well almost definitely almost definitely merely as well give it a shot, even supposing I handiest approach out and all I will be able to achieve is stroll down the beam”. Then again, my colleague Bryan Graham – who in actuality knows about gymnastics – thinks the mental block she has experienced won’t be such a anguish on the beam as it’s handiest in twists that she has been losing her bearings within the air. Her dismount from the beam is a a double support dismount. No twists – no twisties.
Here is the subtle Tumaini Carayol on “the twisties” which were troubling Simone:
Hello. A mountainous day ahead on the Olympics [note to self: STOP SAYING THIS: it’s always a big day at the Olympics]. We enjoy now the boys’s football semifinals, all forms of finals on every be conscious and area and the return of one Simone Biles.
For a rotund rundown, here is my colleague Martin Belam:
Key occasions for Day 11
All occasions are listed here in native Tokyo time. Add an hour for Melbourne, subtract eight hours for Harrogate, 13 hours for Philadelphia and 16 hours for Seattle.
🌟Must you handiest be taught one thing: 5pm, 6pm and 9.10pm Sport rock climbing – there are qualification rounds for the boys on the present time. You’ve doubtlessly below no circumstances considered sport rock climbing sooner than. You’ve the truth is below no circumstances considered it on the Olympics sooner than because it is making a debut and here’s the first day. And I’ve got a hunch you is probably going to be going to fully worship it.
- 9.00am-12.35pm and 7pm-9.55pm Athletics – highlights on the present time are the women’s long soar final (10.50am), the men’s 400m hurdles final (12.20pm), the men’s pole vault final (7.20pm), the women’s hammer throw final (8.35pm), and then todays session finishes with the women’s 800m final (9.25pm) and the women’s 200m final (9.50pm) 🥇
- 9.30am-12.56pm Canoe high-tail – from 11.37am we get into finals territory within the water, with the ladies’s kayak single 200m, the boys’s canoe double 1,000m, the boys’s kayak single 1,000m and the ladies’s kayak double 500m 🥇
- 10am-9pm Basketball – the boys’s competitors has quarter-finals right via the day. Personnel USA face Spain within the 2nd, at 1.40pm.
- 10am and 3pm Diving – on the present time courses are the semi-final and then the final of the boys’s 3m springboard 🥇
- 10.30am and 7pm Hockey: the boys’s competitors reaches the semi-final stage – India v Belgium chase first, Australia v Germany is the night sport.
- 11am-1.40pm and 5pm-7.40pm Boxing – there’s the final of the ladies’s featherweight at 1.05pm and the final of the boys’s welterweight at 7.05pm 🥇
- 3.30pm-6.10pm Cycling be conscious – it is the ladies’s team pursuit and the boys’s team high-tail on the present time. The finals start up from 5.19pm 🥇
- 5pm Inventive gymnastics – its the actual person finals within the boys’s parallel bars, the boys’s horizontal bar and the ladies’s balance beam final – with, it looks, Simone Biles 🥇
- 5pm and 8pm Soccer – the boys’s semi-finals are on Tuesday, Mexico v Brazil at 5pm and the hosts face Spain at 8pm.
- 7.30pm Inventive swimming – it is the duet technical routine within the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.
You would possibly perchance well almost definitely almost definitely obtain our rotund interactive occasions schedule here. It additionally carries stay rankings of every thing that is taking place at any given 2nd.
Because it stands
Here’s how the emoji table stood at 11.15pm Tokyo time
1 🇨🇳 China 🥇 29 🥈 17 🥉 16 total: 62
2 🇺🇸 USA 🥇 22 🥈 25 🥉 17 total: 64
3 🇯🇵 Japan🥇 17 🥈 6 🥉 10 total: 33
4 🇦🇺 Australia 🥇 14 🥈 4 🥉 15 total: 33
5 ◽️ Not Russia 🥇 12 🥈 21 🥉 17 total: 50
6 🇬🇧 Huge Britain 🥇 11 🥈 12 🥉 12 total: 35
7 🇫🇷 France 🥇 6 🥈 10 🥉 7 total: 23
8 🇩🇪 Germany 🥇 6 🥈 6 🥉 11 total: 23
9 🇰🇷 South Korea 🥇 6 🥈 4 🥉 9 total: 19
10 🇳🇱 Netherlands 🥇 5 🥈 7 🥉 6 total: 18