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We are just over an hour away from the first medal races at the Tokyo Water Sports Center. Men in the 400 meters singles mixed are in first place – Australian Brendon Smith was the unexpected fastest qualifier in the qualifiers last night, but will face stiff competition in the third and fifth lanes from American Chase Kalisz, who won silver at the event in Rio, and Kiwi Lewis Clareburt.

The women’s semifinal butterfly at 100 meters it will be enchanting – Swedish Sarah Sjöström, Australian Emma McKeon, American Torri Huske and Chinese Yufei Zhang are all candidates for gold medals.

This will follow three individual medal races: men in the 400 meters freestyle (watch out for the Aussie Elijah Winnington), women in the 400 meters (IM is the favorite American Emma Weyant) and men in the 100 meters breaststroke (Briton Adam Peaty will win in the country).

The big morning in the pool will end with the women Relay 4x100m freestyle, where it would be remarkable if anyone could lead the Australians holding the world record.















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Key events for Sunday, July 25th

Surfing has begun. We offer medals in archery, rhythmic gymnastics, road cycling, diving, fencing, judo, shooting, skateboarding, swimming, taekwondo and weightlifting.

All events are listed here in local Tokyo time. Add an hour to Sydney, subtract eight hours to Manchester, thirteen hours to New York, and seventeen hours to San Francisco. We will all figure it out eventually.

🌟 If you watch only one thing: 11:00 tennis – the exact start time will depend on how long Australian Ashleigh Barty lasts with Spaniard Sarah Sorribes Tormo, but, fresh from lighting the Olympic cauldron, Naomi Osaka plays Chinese Saisai Zheng as second on the central court at Ariake Tennis Park.

  • 9.30 Archery – The first game is Great Britain against Italy in the quarterfinal eliminator in the women’s team competition. By 4.40pm we reached the finals. 🥇
  • 10.3012.20pm Swimming – Morning swimming includes the finals of men’s disciplines in the 400 m individual, 400 m freestyle, women’s 400 m individual and women’s relay 4 × 100 m freestyle. Australia will imagine their chances in the latter. 🥇
  • 9:00 – 21:15 Fencing – the day of the duel ends with the women’s individual foil and the men’s final epée final. 🥇
  • 10:00 Rhythmic Gymnastics – It’s morning for women’s qualifiers.
  • 11:00 – 19:50 Judo – by the end of the session we will know who are the Olympic champions in the category of women -52 kg and men -66 kg.
  • 15:00 Diving – it is a women’s synchronized 3 m springboard tournament. 🥇
  • 13:00 Road cycling – Sunday means that these are women’s races and Dutch riders Annemiek van Vleuten i Marianne Vos they have strong tips. Maybe you remember that van Vleuten ended up in hospital after an absolutely horrific fall while leading the same event in Rio 2016. 🥇
  • 10:00 – 21:45 Taekwondo – GB team Jade Jones will compete for the third gold in the category up to 57 kilograms. Her first clash is at 11.52, and the final, if she arrives, is at 21.30.
  • You can find our full interactive event schedule here.

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