The British team won the silver medal in canoe slalom and bronze medals, Biles is the newest and Frazer Clarke wins
After a painful day in Tokyo, Great Britain finally won some medals on the sixth day.
Mallory Franklin won the silver medal in the canoe obstacle course and lost to Australian opponent Jessica Fox, while Matthew Coward-Hawley won the bronze medal in the trap final.
In a difficult race for rowers, Imogen Grant and Emily Craig missed the medal for a hundred seconds after taking pictures in the women’s lightweight double scull competition.
Helen Glover could not win an outstanding comeback medal in the women’s duo with Polly Swann.
The 35-year-old Glover retired after winning the event for the second time in the 2016 Olympics and has three children with her husband, TV presenter Steve Baksher.
While raising three children, she only sleeps for two hours a night and is trained in Tokyo.
Although this is not all bad news, golf has already begun-Paul Casey and Tommy Fleetwood are playing for England.
The super heavyweight boxing with GB hopes that Fraser Clark has won in Tokyo.
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Five to go
In the women’s hockey game, the British team still trailed the Dutch team 1-0.
The Dutch camped in the British half and they were unable to go out and create opportunities on their own.
The British team opposes another position of inequality in these games.
Lead the way.
The world number one Novak Djokovic reached the semi-finals of the Olympic tennis tournament after beating Japan’s Kei Nishikori 6-2 and 6-0.
Djokovic has won the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon this season, and his goal is to complete the historic “Golden Slam”.
He is two games away from the gold medal, and then winning the U.S. Open later this year will ensure an extraordinary achievement.
They are coming
Individual gymnasts on the floor in Tokyo!
The all-around final is about to begin!
The British women’s hockey team is currently playing against the Netherlands, which is a repeat of the 2016 Olympic finals.
So far, Britain has fallen 1-0 to midfield in tight and tense games.
A tie or victory will move the GB team into the knockout stage of the game.
Ten minute warning
There are only 10 minutes left to the 16-year-old twins Jennifer and Jessica Gadirova, who will compete for the GB team in the individual finals of the all-around rhythmic gymnastics event.
Can one or even both of them win an impressive bronze medal in the team competition on Tuesday?
Stay with us to find out.
Pursuing the gold medal
Soon after, fans of the GB team will meet Dina Asher-Smith for the first time at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The 25-year-old athlete started her Olympic campaign in the 100m preliminaries in the early hours of Friday morning.
Asher Smith owns an Olympic medal named after her-the bronze medal of the 2016 Rio Olympics 4x100m relay-but this is the most likely chance for the British team to win a medal on the track.
The 2019 200m world champion will participate in the 100m and 200m individual events and the 4x100m relay.
It is now less than an hour before the 16-year-old twins Jennifer and Jessica Gadirova will compete for the GB team in the individual finals of the rhythmic gymnastics all-around event.
The twin sisters are part of the team that won the bronze medal for Britain on Tuesday, along with Emily Morgan and Alice Kinsella.
Now the Gadirova sisters will compete with each other in individual projects.
The program will start at 11:50 am.
Former Chelsea and Manchester United coach Mourinho is enjoying watching the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The Portuguese coach of Roma released a video of him and his coaching staff celebrating Jorge Fonseca’s winning the men’s -100kg bronze medal for Portugal.
Paul eye podium
The British team golfer Paul Casey (Paul Casey) shot an excellent -4 round 67 in the men’s golf event, and he was 4 shots away from the leader Sepp Straka, his eyes Staring firmly at the medal.
After his round, Casey said: “I have to try and deliver as much as possible.
“There are other traditional sports-as we said-the Olympic sports that we are used to watching. We are not in the spotlight. But I think there is a great sense of responsibility.”
The British women’s seven-a-side rugby team will restart their game against Kenya in the early hours of tomorrow morning.
Winning there should qualify for the quarter-finals that will also be played tomorrow morning.
The whistle of the audience blew in Tokyo. New Zealand fell behind with 21 points and beat GB 26-21.
That’s full time!
New Zealand fell 21-0 and beat GB 26-21!
Try to score
Michaela Bylde gave New Zealand the lead for the first time in the game!
Only 30 seconds left!
This is the GB 21-26 New Zealand team.
Try to score!
Another new zealand
After falling behind the GB team 21-0, they restored the score to 21-19!
Toby Penty’s Olympic dream is over.
In the past 16 games, he trailed Denmark’s Anders Antonsen 21-10, 21-15.
What an incredible game!
Try New Zealand twice in one minute!
The conversion missed, but at halftime it was England 21-12 New Zealand.
That was halftime.
Fives Scored in six minutes in the first half of the game.
Michaela Blyde scored a goal for New Zealand!
Oh, my words are three!
EMMA UREN ends TEAM GB!
What a good start!
GB 21-0 New Zealand team!
Try to score!
TEAM GB has another one!
This is Captain Megan Jones!
The British team leads 14-0!
Try to score!
Helena Roland opened the scoring for the GB team!
This is the beginning of a dream!
The conversion in front of the column passed, and the United Kingdom led New Zealand 7-0!
The British team and the New Zealand Women’s Rugby Sevens played before the billiards game.
The next issue will start soon!
Toby Penty is currently playing badminton for the GB team.
He has faced Denmark’s Anders Antonsen in the past 16 games, but his start was not the best.
After the first 21-10 loss to the Danes, he is now a loser.
About 20 minutes later, the women’s rugby sevens of the GB team began to play again.
They played against New Zealand, the silver medalist at the 2016 Rio Olympics, in the second billiards game.
Rugby in the United Kingdom started with a victory this morning, and at the last minute beat the Russian Olympic Committee 14-12.
The following is the live medal list for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
So far, the bronze and silver medals on the sixth day means that the total number of medals for the British team has increased by two, so far, their total score has reached 18.
Japan took the lead at the end of yesterday’s game, but important days for China and the United States have seen them surpass Japan on the medal standings.