Tokyo 2020: GB sailing golds, cycling, Warholm breaks world record and more – live!
Brazil go into the men’s football final
More gold for Japan! The men’s high bar final
Gold for Cuba in the men’s welterweight
Great Britain goes for boxing gold
Boxing bronze at a minimum for Galal Yafai
China’s double gold, Simone Biles wins bronze on her return to competition
Gold for Netherlands in the men’s team sprint
Gold for Germany, silver for Great Britain at the velodrome
Gold for China, silver for Germany, bronze for Turkey
Great Britain – presumably – will go through?
We have a collision in the race for gold
Gold and silver for China, bronze for Great Britain in the diving
Thanks Scott, off we go again. The 3m springboard final is well underway for the men, and the velodrome is back in action. Let’s start with an update from Kieran Pender who is currently at the latter.
Australia’s women’s team pursuit squad have hit back after a sluggish time yesterday to beat New Zealand in the first round on day two of the Tokyo 2020 track cycling action. The team’s time of 4:09.992 would have broken the previous world record, but the mark had already been smashed yesterday by Germany on Monday with 4:07.307. Australia’s seventh placing in qualifying yesterday means they are no longer in gold medal contention, but can race for bronze if their time just now is in the top two times (excluding the two teams that race for gold). They will be keeping their fingers crossed with the other races up now.
And that is all from me. Geoff Lemon will take over from here. Thanks for your company on an eventful day. Let’s do it again tomorrow.