도쿄 2020 올림픽 브리핑: 비, 통증, 영국을 위한 승마의 영광

오늘은 한마디로: 매우 젖은 올림픽 경기장은 Sifan Hassan이 그녀가 원하는 3개의 금메달 중 첫 번째 금메달을 주장하는 것을 지켜봤습니다., GB팀은 단체전에서 금메달을 땄다., 과 USWNT가 축구에서 추락했습니다. 준결승 단계에서.

내일의 중요한 순간들: 스포츠 클라이밍, 데뷔하다, 여자 800m와 200m 결승전, 과 Simone Biles는 경쟁에 복귀할 것으로 보입니다., 밸런스 빔 결승전에서.

월요일 아침 운동회에서, 밀티아디스 텐토글루 남자 멀리뛰기에서 그리스와 동점을 만들어 우승 후안 미구엘 에체바르NS 8.41m. 그의 두 번째로 멀리뛰기, 쿠바보다 더 멀리, 그런 다음 결정적인 것으로 판명되어 이전 날의 반복이 없었습니다. 높이뛰기에서 듀얼 골드.

재스민 카마초 퀸 여자 우승 100 미터 허들 금메달 – 푸에르토리코 역사상 두 번째 금메달. 카마초-퀸은 그 후 눈물을 터뜨렸다., 속담: “이 작은 나라에 작은 사람들에게 희망을 줍니다.. 나는 단지 내가 그것을 할 사람이 기쁘다. 난 지금 정말 행복해. 무엇이든 가능합니다.”

시판 하산 | 네덜란드 생산 기적적인 회복 그녀가 큰 낙상을 입은 후에도 그녀의 대담한 올림픽 고음을 유지하기 위해 25 여자 1500m 예선의 마지막 랩에서 라이벌보다 미터 표류. 380m를 앞두고 다리 엉킴에 빠졌고…. 몇 시간 후에, 그녀는 편안하게 5,000m를 우승했습니다.. 케냐의 브라이트 오비리 에티오피아 구다프 체가이 각각 은메달과 동메달을 차지했다..

수피안 엘 바칼리 모로코의 남자 3,000m 장애물 경주에서 금메달 획득. 라메차 기르마 에티오피아의 은을 주장하고 Benjamin Kigen 케냐의 동메달. 폭우로 경기장의 많은 행사 중단, 그러나 결국 지연된 여자 원반은 발레리 올만 미국의.

승마 경기에서 GB팀의 11번째 금메달이 있었습니다., NS 올리버 타운엔드, 로라 콜렛톰 매큐언 이후 처음으로 영국의 단체전 우승 1972. 62세 앤드류 투데이 호주 팀을 은메달로 이끈, 디펜딩 챔피언 프랑스와 함께 3위. McEwen은 Hoy가 동메달을 획득하면서 개인 은메달을 추가했습니다., 그의 여섯 번째 올림픽 메달. 그는 지금 호주 최고령 올림픽 메달리스트. 개인전은 독일이 이겼다. 줄리아 크라예프스키.

리 웬웬 중국을 위해 +87kg 역도에서 우승하여 올림픽 기록을 세웠습니다., NS 에밀리 캠벨 이후 영국의 첫 역도 메달 획득 1984 은으로. 로렐 허버드의 역사적인 모습은 그녀가 리프트 등록에 실패한 것을 보았습니다..

트랙 사이클링에서, 독일의 여자는 여자 단체 추월 예선에서 세계 기록을 경신했습니다.. 그들의 시간은 5년 전 리우에서 금메달을 딴 영국이 세운 기록보다 거의 3초 빨랐습니다.. 팀 GB 2위 자격.

트랙 톱의 첫 번째 메달 중국 Bao Shanju와 Zhong Tianshi의 새로운 짝으로 여자 팀 스프린트 타이틀 유지, 와 독일 은으로. 그만큼 러시아 올림픽 위원회 선수들은 동메달을 획득했습니다..

The artistic swimming joined the party today with the first session featuring the preliminary round of the women’s duet free routine, as teams from 22 countries competed.

Here’s the best of day 10 in pictures.

A despondent Megan Rapinoe reacting to the USWNT 1-0 defeat to Canada in today’s semi-final which sees the 2019 World Cup winners chasing a bronze at best. Canada will face Sweden in Friday’s final. The US will contest third place against 호주 on Thursday.

Jade Carey took gold in the women’s floor final in the gymnastics. Italy’s Vanessa Ferrari claimed silver and there were two bronzes as Japan’s Mai MurakamiAngelina Melnikova of Not Russia could not be separated in third.

그만큼 US women’s basketball team stretched their unbeaten run to 52 games with ㅏ 93-82 win over France.

The IOC said it was looking into shot put silver medallist Raven Saunders’s gesture yesterday as potentially breaking rules banning protest on the podium. Saunders, who is black and gay, 말했다 she formed an “X” with her wrists as she held her arms above her head – to represent “the intersection of where all people who are oppressed meet”.

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee have made their feelings clear, 속담: “Raven Saunders’ peaceful expression in support of racial and social justice that happened at the conclusion of the ceremony was respectful of her competitors and did not violate our rules.”

There was a frustrating day in the sailing, as a lack of wind saw all the races cancelled on Monday, 그러나 Deborah Kerr progressed to the semi-finals of the women’s kayak single 200m. Emily Lewis missed out in the same quarter-final by the narrowest of margins – Canadian Michelle Russell was placed ahead of her on a time of 42.940, Lewis was timed at 42.945.

Race walker Tom Bosworth wasn’t making any friends in Japan, having complained of the “cold slop” being served up to athletes in Sapporo and saying the host city for the distance races “feels like a prison”.

Spain came from behind twice to force defending champions Great Britain to a women’s hockey shootout after a 2-2 draw. The Spaniards were no match for Maddie Hinch’s goalkeeping, as she shut them out completely, setting up a Wednesday semi-final against the Netherlands.

호주 suffered a shock 1-0 defeat to 인도the Hockeyroos’ quest to end their Olympic medal drought was over for another Games. The Matildas’ went down 1-0 너무, in a semi-final loss to Sweden in the football.

There was also a catastrophic equipment failure in the men’s team pursuit on the cycle track, 와 Alex Porter ending up on the deck. He eventually recovered enough for the team to continue for a rerun, where they finished fifth.

Jean Quiquampoix of France won the 25m rapid fire pistol final, while China’s Zhang Changhong set a world record in the men’s 25-metre three-position rifle to win. Ukrainian shooter Serhiy Kulish missed out on a medal after committing one of the most extraordinary howlers at the Tokyo Olympics by hitting an opponent’s target.

“I shot into someone else’s target,” Kulish fumed after his early exit at the Asaka Shooting Range. “I am not happy. Who shoots into someone else’s target? Only people like me. The button on my jacket came undone and I felt some discomfort, but time passed and I had to make a shot. I didn’t notice that I was already aiming for someone else’s target.”

Eighteen-year-old Namibian Christine Mboma, who is banned from competing in the 400m under World Athletics rules as she is an athlete with differences in sex development (DSD), ran the fastest time in the heats of the women’s 200m in 22.11sec, a world under-20 record. Niger’s Aminatou Seyni, who was also not allowed to compete in elite events between 400m and a mile due to high testosterone levels, came third in the same heat in 22.72.

Wang Zhouyu won the women’s 87kg class to give China its sixth gold medal in weightlifting at these Games. Ecuador’s Tamara Salazar took silver, Dominican Republic’s Crismery Santana bronze.

World number six women’s doubles pair Greysia PoliiApriyani Rahayu of Indonesia won their badminton final, an event Indonesia had never previously won. “People said: ‘You’re not going to make it because Indonesia doesn’t have a history in women’s doubles,” said a sobbing Polii, 33, whose Olympic dream began two decades ago. “Here I am now.”

When the 1956 Olympics were held in Melbourne, Australia’s strict quarantine rules forbade the importation of horses, so the equestrian events at that Games were held four months before the opening ceremony, in Stockholm.

All events are listed here in local Tokyo time. Add an hour for Sydney, subtract eight hours for Harrogate, 13 hours for New York and 16 hours for San Francisco.

🌟If you only watch one thing: 5오후, 6pm and 9.10pm Sport climbing – there are qualification rounds for the men today. You’ve probably never seen sport climbing before. You’ve definitely never seen it at the Olympics before because it is making a debut and this is the first day. And I’ve got a hunch you are going to absolutely love it.

You can find our full interactive events schedule here. It also carries live scores of everything that is going on at any given moment.

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 🇬🇧 Great 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

With the news that Simone Biles is lined up to resume her Olympics tomorrow on the balance beam, I’ve noticed a bit of chatter on social media about the different ways that Biles’s withdrawal from the gymnastics has been treated to the way that Novak Djokovic pulling out of the mixed doubles bronze medal match has been treated. There’s been acres of coverage of Biles, and scant attention to Djokovic who threw his racket into the stands and later violently smashed one up during his defeat to Pablo Carreño Busta in the singles bronze match. He then withdrew, citing a “left shoulder injury”, leaving Serbian partner Nina Stojanovic high and dry without a medal.

나를 위해, one of the key difference is that Biles came forward and spoke about her mental health openly, making it a subject of debate, whereas Djokovic cited a physical injury, meaning it is just speculation to suggest something else was at play in his no-show. A lot of people on social media have posted to remind Djokovic of his words earlier in the week though, thought to be aimed at Biles, when he said: “Pressure is a privilege. Without pressure there is no professional sport. If you are aiming to be at the top of the game you better start learning how to deal with pressure.”

What do you think? You can get in touch with me at martin.belam@theguardian.com about this or anything else you want to chat about – especially if it is about how brilliant track cycling is and why having equestrian sports at the Olympics is a must. I’ll see you at the same time tomorrow – take care and stay safe.

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