And that’s it for one other day. Some astonishing action again and we’ll be abet tomorrow to hit upon more history made. Will Bayley’s semi-final is tomorrow by the manner. Thanks for reading and I’ll leave you with the current medal table.
Desk tennis: The all-action Will Bayley assures himself of a medal after a 3-0 victory over Germany’s Bjoern Schnake. He wins 13-11, 11-8, 11-9 in 26 minutes. To take into accounta good watch. The GB megastar is elephantine of energy, bounding around and constantly letting out victory cries on every level. A medal is coming his manner but what colour will it be?
Desk tennis: It’s been an engaging contest but Will Bayley appears to be like to contain the measure of his German opponent and takes Game 2 11-8 to toddle 2-0 up. He’s closing in on a medal.
Desk tennis: Will Bayley survived sport level in the opener to buy it 13-11 and he’s 8-6 up in Game 2. Undergo in mind, victory here will guarantee him of a medal.
Silver medal for GB’s Natasha Baker
Equestrian: It’s confirmed – one other medal for Monumental Britain and it’s silver for Natasha Baker! A wonderful performance on Keystone Crack of dawn Chorus sees her impression at the abet of gold medal winner Tobias Jorgensen of Denmark. Rixt van der Horst (appropriate title) takes bronze.
Desk tennis: One of ParalympicsGB’s most acquainted faces, Will Bayley, is currently in quarter-final action. The Strictly megastar wishes a gold medal here in the Tokyo Metropolitan Health club and is taking on Bjoern Schnake but German has sport level in the opener.
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Equestrian: We’re practically done but there’s going to be one final GB medal today as Natasha Baker sits in silver medal position with proper one rider final. Contemplate this region!
Athletics: Consequence in from the Girls’s seated discus and it’s pleasure for Poland as a international-fable throw of 28.74 from Roza Kozakowska seals victory. Ukraine’s Anastasia Moskalenko takes silver and Algeria’s Mounia Gasmi the bronze.
Athletics: There became once disappointment for David Weir in his 5000m T54 warmth earlier. It proper didn’t happen for the Weir Wolf today because the six-time Paralympics gold medal winner failed to fabricate the top three. Disappointing, but he tweeted this the day prior to this and soundless has a bunch of occasions to attain.
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Desk Tennis: Victory for Australia’s Samuel von Einem over Spain’s Eduardo Cuesta Martinez in their quarter-final clash at the Tokyo Metropolitan Health club. Von Einem drops the hole sport but hits abet to buy 3-1.
Impolite warmth delays wheelchair tennis: A fable from our man in Tokyo.
“There became once a new fable at the Paralympic Video games on Friday, but one organisers would reasonably now not had been set aside of abode, after play became once suspended due to extreme warmth.
“The opening day of competition in wheelchair tennis became once set aside of abode to initiate at 11am on a sweltering day in Tokyo but suits on uncovered exterior courts at the Ariake Tennis Centre had to be rescheduled after moist globe bulb temperatures (WGBT), which measure humidity in addition to warmth, exceeded limits set aside of abode for athletes’ safety.
“The suspension became once the predominant of its kind after safeguards were drawn up by the International Tennis Federation, who operate the tennis occasions at the Olympic and Paralympic Video games, ahead of Tokyo 2020.”
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Athletics: In the males’s seated shot set aside, it’s gold for Brazil’s Wallace Santos with a international fable throw of 12.63. Ruzhdi Ruzhdi (so precise they named him twice) takes silver for Bulgaria whereas Poland’s Lech Stolteman bags bronze.
Thanks Geoff. A number of things soundless to contain an behold out for because the evening comes to a stop. Cease tuned!
The recap, as of 9pm Tokyo time
Phew. Barely the evening.
- A toddle of medals for Monumental Britain in the pool, they’re having a enjoyable time. Two gold, one silver, two bronze.
- Two bronze medals for Australia’s girls in the pool as smartly.
- Any other Ihar Boki masterclass, and a title defence by Wen Xiaoyian.
- A standard and emotional Novel Zealand swimming gold, in a Tokyo first.
- An Azerbaijani medal toddle across sports actions.
- Any other profitable evening for China in swimming, fencing, and lifting.
- Crew USA’s late buy after an big comeback against GB in chair rugby.
They pack a lot in to one evening of the Video games. That’s adequate for me, I’ll be here next on Tuesday. David Tindall will most likely be your organization for now.
Desk tennis: Australia’s Ma Lin smashes thru his Class 9 quarterfinal in straight objects, whereas Monumental Britain’s Joshua Stacey loses a 5-setter after leading 2-1 after three.
Equestrian: Protect an behold on Monumental Britain’s Natasha Baker, she’s proper gone top of the Grade III dressage riding Keystone Crack of dawn Chorus. Indifferent seven riders to attain but she’s given herself an opportunity. Australia’s Emma Sales region is out of the operating in seventh.
Long soar: Gold for Di Dongdong in the males’s T11! No one improves on their supreme soar when they toddle for his or her sixth and final, but Di soars gracefully with the final soar of the evening to toddle smartly past six metres for a final exclamation ticket on his evening. That final soar will get a red flag, but his evening’s supreme became once 6.47 and that will get him gold.
USA silver for Lex Gillette, an wonderful title that sounds delight in a 70s action hero. And bronze for Ronan Pallier of France.
Wheelchair basketball: And in the East Asia derby, Japan lead Korea 14-9 in the males’s b-ball sport.
Wheelchair basketball: In the meanwhile, Monumental Britain girls are off to a shocker against Germany, down 7-18 in the predominant quarter.
Wheelchair rugby: Novel Zealand obtained knocked around by america in sport one, now they’re getting done by Canada in sport two. It’s 28-19 to the north of the north in the third quarter.
Athletics: Some very long occasions are nice looking along gradually, with athletes allowed six throws or jumps. Brazil currently leads the males’s seated shot set aside, Ukraine the girls’s seated discus/club, and China the males’s long soar for the T11 visually impaired class.
Desk tennis: Any other Monumental Britain consequence, with Paul Karabardak profitable his quarterfinal in the males’s Class 6 singles.
Men’s 400 metres: A home gold on the athletics be conscious for Sato Tomoki in the males’s 400m T52 toddle. And a Video games fable to boot, operating 55.39. Eastern bronze as smartly, from Ueyonabaru Hirokazu, either facet of Raymond Martin with a USA silver.
Wheelchair fencing: Russia buy gold in the males’s épée crew competition, beating China, plus bronze in the girls’s. China buy gold in the girls’s, beating Ukraine.
Powerlifting: Any other Chinese language gold with Liu Lei lifting 198kg in the males’s -65kg division. Amir Jafari Arangeh (Iran) takes silver, Hocine Better (Algeria) bronze.
Men’s 100 metres: The T47 class follows straight, with a Brazilian gold-bronze double. Petrucio Ferreira dos Santos wins, exterior his contain world fable time of 10.53, with Washington Junior third. Between them is Michal Derus of Poland.
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Men’s 100 metres: On the athletics be conscious, gold for USA’s Cut Mayhugh in the T37 class, shaving a couple of hundredths off his contain world fable to toddle it in 10.95 seconds.
Andrei Vdovin (Russia) silver, Saptoyoga Purnomo (Indonesia) bronze.
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One final Australian medal in the pool
Swimming: The final match for the evening in the pool is the girls’s 400m S13. Australia’s Katja Dedekind leading into the second lap, but she perchance won’t contain the gasoline to withhold that toddle. Italy’s Carlotta Gilli is up to the front by the 150 ticket. Then Ukraine’s Anna Stetsenko comes up to Gilli after the 200.
They flip into the final 100 neck and neck. Stetsenko kicks away up to the 350, then drives to the wall practically uncontested after all. Her fourth Video games gold, after three in Rio. Gilli silver, and Dedekind manages to hang on for bronze, a dauntless swim from the young Australian. Her second bronze.
Ihar Boki does it again
Swimming: His Paralympic fable now stands at 14 gold, one silver, one bronze. His third gold in Tokyo. Holds the arena fable in the males’s 400m S13, the class for partial visible impairment. Doesn’t rupture that fable today, but doesn’t need to, shaking off the 2 swimmers either facet of him in the final 50 metres to buy by the scale of the straight.
All of Belarus’ medals at Tokyo to this level contain attain from Boki. Kyrylo Garashchenko wins silver for Ukraine, Alex Portal bronze for France.
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