The results of the 11th day of the Tokyo Olympics: Simone Byers and Laura Kenny played today, the British team won the gold
What a beautiful day we may have ushered in Tokyo.
We have many big names coming from Japan to stay overnight. Jazmin Sawyers and Abigail Irozuru won the gold medal in the long jump at 3am.
After the track and field competition, as the GB team hopes to run the fastest in various sailing and canoe events, the water will win the gold medal.
If this is not enough, Laura Kenny and Jason Kenny will return to the medal battle in the Tokyo evening game.
Simone Biles also returned to the field in the final of the balance beam, after which Pat McCormack won glory in the men’s welterweight boxing final, while Laura Muir ran in the 1500m final.
- Starting time: Field events 1am, Long jump final 2.50am, Track bike 6.30am, Gymnastics 9 o’clock in the morning
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Drop out of school
Jalkin just talked to the BBC about how happy she was to pass the exam… and then it was revealed that she had been disqualified.
There is no official information about the reason yet-some people think this is a lane violation-so please stay tuned.
How painful it is for American athletes.
In the fourth 400m Heat, Nicole Yeargin crossed the line in third place.
She found herself in a fight there, but dug deep to reserve her place in the semifinals.
Pippi is still in a good position and qualified to be one of the fastest losers.
Ama Pipi enters the third lane, one of which is in Allyson Felix.
The American hero has 9 Olympic medals, including 6 gold medals, and his goal is to become the female track and field athlete who has won the most awards in the history of the Olympic Games.
Felix won the Heat in 50.84 seconds, and Pippi recovered well from a slow start, finishing fourth in a three-person contest for second place.
The British hope her 51.17 seconds will be enough to see her progress.
There are six sports gold medals to compete for today.
So here is your reminder for every UK time…
- Women’s long jump (2.50am)
- Men’s 400m hurdles (4.20am)
- Men’s pole vault (11.20am)
- Women’s Hammer Throw (12.35pm)
- Women’s 800m (1.25pm??)
- Women’s 200m (1.50pm)
The stars of the British team Jodie Williams, Ama Pipi and Nicole Yeargin are all participating in the women’s 400m preliminaries.
Williams went up first…and won her warm-up in 50.99 seconds.
From the 27-year-old, he is advancing the lovely things impressively.
Laura Muir may have skipped 800m to focus on 1,500m, but there is still a lot of British interest.
Jemma Reekie, Keely Hodgkinson and Alexandra Bell will all participate in the 1.25 pm final.
The men’s 400m hurdle pistol made the final shot at 4.20 am-it is expected to become a firecracker.
Kerron Clement won the gold medal in Rio, but not in Tokyo.
This means that the new champion can write his name in the history book.
The Norwegian Karsten Warholm broke the world record of 400 million hurdles in July-a record that has been maintained for 29 years.
Can he support it by adding an Olympic gold medal today?
Deborah Kerr has been in action in the women’s kayak solo 200m semifinals.
The British started with a lightning start in the first 50m and finished second.
Her finals started at 3.37 am, and there may be another medal added to GB.
The third 1,500 meters high temperature, the third British participation.
Jack Hayward won the Heat after sitting on Australian Stuart Maxwayne and then performed well in the final game.
The time of the last Heat meant that Josh Cole had done enough to reach the semifinals to ensure that all three Britons passed.
Not Bayern Munich striker Robert, but fellow Polish compatriot Marcin who was knocked out in the middle of the game.
Before he leaves the field, he looks well qualified to advance.
The Poles did get up and finally finished-a minute later than the others-but it is likely that an appeal will be filed.
Elsewhere, the British Jack Whiteman finished third, and the 2016 Rio Olympic gold medalist Matt Centrowitz finished second, so they all passed.
In other news, the rain has passed and the sun is shining in Tokyo. happy time.
The Englishman’s first race of the day-this was Josh Kerr in the first race of the men’s 1,500 meters.
The 23-year-old from Edinburgh is expected to enter the top six, which will automatically make him enter the semi-finals.
But he was hit in the last few meters and crossed the line seventh in 3:36.29-which means he can’t wait to see if he can become the fastest loser.
Steve Kramm said on the BBC: “Josh Kerr! With all the talk about Josh Kerr, I’m not sure if he has the ability to always read the game well…
“He put himself in the right position today, he just didn’t finish the game as he hoped.
“Once you put yourself in a good position, you must be able to stay strong in that home.”
It is raining heavily at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.
If conditions are deemed unsafe, then some events may be slightly delayed.
Even a wet track can cause problems because of glare and nail grip on the track.
British sprinters Adam Gemili and Nathaneel Mitchell-Blake participated in the 200m sprint preliminaries this morning.
They will start to reserve seats for the semifinals at 12:50 noon.
Don’t have to wait too long
A major event in the schedule on Tuesday was to see two Englishmen in the women’s long jump final.
Abigail Irozuru and Jazmin Sawyers entered the top 12, and they both hope to win medals.
Irozuru retired in 2016 but returned to athletics three years later-combining her sports commitments with her own coaching business.
At the same time, Sawyers jumped out of 6.9 million pounds of PB in June, so he entered the Olympic final in his best form-and is expected to exceed 7 million for the first time.
The former sled and heptathlon star from Stoke City even participated in The Voice in 2017.
Canadian diver Pamela Ware (Pamela Ware) missed a rare 0.0 in the 3m springboard final of the Tokyo Olympics.
The 28-year-old woman made her Olympic debut and jumped into the swimming pool first after worrying about injury in her last attempt.
Ware made a mistake while diving with difficulty level 3.5 and was forced to abandon the planned attempt the second time she jumped.
As a result, the bronze medalist at the 2013 World Swimming Championships jumped into the pool with a pencil and scored 0.0 points.
There are many medals of the British team hanging in the balance, and tonight is destined to be a long game-I hope you have brought caffeine and willpower.
You will be rewarded for your efforts in some world-class sports.
Can anyone say no to this? Now it’s not far from the 11th day of action.
There are many Gold Medals to be competed for tomorrow:
Tuesday, August 3 01:00 – 04:35
- Men’s Triple Jump Qualifying Tournament
- Men’s 1500 meters, round 1
- Women’s Javelin Tournament Qualifying Tournament
- Women’s 400m, round 1
- Women’s Long Jump Final
- Men’s 200 meters, round 1
- Men’s 400m Hurdles Final
Tuesday, August 3 11:00 – 13:55
- Men’s 110m Hurdles, 1st round
- Men’s Shot Put Qualifying Tournament
- Men’s Pole Vault Final
- Men’s 5000m, round 1
- Women’s Hammer Throw Final
- Men’s 200m semifinals
- Women’s 800m Final
- Women’s 200m Final
Tuesday, August 3-Men’s Semifinals
- Mexico vs Brazil
- Japan vs. Spain
Henry Cejudo, the Olympic gold medalist at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, told gymnast Simone Biles to “check herself” after she withdrew from all competitions in Tokyo due to mental health issues.
The freestyle wrestling gold medalist said in a video posted on Twitter: “If you start to think of yourself as a goat, or the greatest ever-then you have to live.
“I think there is time for some hard love.
“If she were my sister, this is what I would do. I would never say something I would not say to my family, or even to me, because I believe that sometimes we need to kick a little bit on the ass. We Really do it, buddy.
“What we need is for someone to tell us and check us every four years, in this case every five years, so that you can become one of the greatest athletes of all time.”
Pursuing the gold medal
China has the most Gold Medals for the Tokyo Olympics!
So far, the British team has only 11 medals, but there are still many medals to chase in the next few days.
Victor Axelson of Denmark won the men’s badminton gold medal earlier today.
He did this:
Women’s pole vault
Sandy Morris of the United States team won the silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. He will not participate in the finals of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
It looks like Morris pulled something on her left thigh with a 4.55 second attempt during qualifying.
The American burst into tears. Although she tried for the third time, she failed to exceed that height, leaving her at 4.40.
Therefore, Morris will miss the final
Puerto Rican player Jasmine Camacho-Quinn revealed that before winning the women’s 100m hurdles gold medal, she trained herself to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics
Camacho-Quinn said: “It really means a lot.
“This year I train very hard. I don’t have a training partner, I train myself, so I try my best, which is what I want this year.
“I want to be a gold medalist, I did it. When I opened my heart [my season] I saw where I was, and I told myself that I might have a very fast year, and I worked hard for it.
“I can’t do it alone-I need the support of my parents, family, coaches and fans”
Medal table update
The British team ranks sixth in the Tokyo Olympic medal standings, with a total of 35 honors.
at the same time…
Greek player Mitos Tentoglu won the gold medal in the men’s long jump final.
Jasmine Camacho-Quinn of Puerto Rico finished first in the women’s 100m hurdles.
Valari Allman won the United States’ first track and field gold medal in the women’s discus competition at the Tokyo Olympics.
Sifan Hassan of the Netherlands won the women’s 5,000m race and competed for the first part of Tokyo’s potential triple crown.
Soufiane El Bakkali won Morocco’s first gold medal in the men’s 3,000-meter obstacle course since Athens 2004