• July 24, 2021

Softball, basketball; men’s soccer; Boomers; Olyroos; Spirit; NBA players; Day two; Team USA; Kevin Durant


Brendon Smith, the fastest qualifier in last night’s heats, is the first in the final of the men’s 400-meter medley individual (11.30 am AEST), followed by Elijah Winnington and Jack McLoughlin in the 400m freestyle final (11.52 a. M.).

Women’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final (12.45 p. M.) will complete the morning events. Australians are the Olympic and world record holders.

Swimming finalists Brendon Smith, Elijah Winnington, Jack McLoughlin and Cate Campbell.

Tonight, Kaylee McKeown, who broke the women’s 100-meter backstroke record in the Olympic trials, and Ariarne titmus (400m freestyle) are among a star-studded field in the heats of 20:00 h.


It should start at 9.20 a. M. AEST at Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach, subject to conditions. Stephanie Gilmore, Sally Fitzgibbons, Owen Wright and Julian Wilson lead the Australian charge.


For the first time in an Olympic Games, we will see the men’s street race with Shane O’Neill representing Australia. Competition starts in 9.30 a.m. M. and the final starts at 1.25 pm.


The Hockeyroos open their campaign at 11 in the morning against Spain while 7.30pm the Kookaburras face India, who also won their first outing on Saturday.


World No. 1 Ash Barty will begin her singles campaign, alongside Ajla Tomljanovic and James Duckworth. Tennis starts in midday every day.

Ash Barty's Singles Campaign begins today.

Ash Barty’s Singles Campaign begins today.Credit:AP


The women’s road race begins at 2 pm, with Australians Grace Brown, Tiffany Cromwell, Sarah Gigante and Amanda Spratt.


Flag bearer Patty Mills and her Boomers open their Olympic tournament against Nigeria in 18.20 h.


TO 8.30 pm The Olyroos face Spain in their men’s Group C match, encouraged after their first-round win against Argentina.

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