The Tokyo Games are in full swing and the action will be busy and fast for the second full day match on Sunday.
Swimmers, rovers and tennis stars in Australia take part in the Games, while Hockey Street, Surfers, Surfards and Jess Fox’s Kano Slalom provide plenty of local interest in the action – packed schedule.
Follow the full results for each event in our interactive table below and check throughout the day when the updated Aussie results arrive.
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Aussie results in Day 2
Men’s 400m Individual Medley Final: Brendan Smith Bronze medal (4: 10.38)
400m freestyle men Last: Jack McLaughlin Silver medal (3: 43.52) Elijah Winnington Seventh (3: 45.20)
Final 4 x 100m Women’s Freestyle Relay: Gold Medal In World record (3: 29.69) – Brunt Campbell, Mc Harris, Emma McCain and Kate Campbell.
100m Butterfly Simi Simi: Emma McCain, who finished second in the semifinals 1 (56.33) – was the third fastest to finish in the final on Monday – sixth-ranked Brianna Throcel (57.59) – the last miss.
Beach Volleyball: Preliminary round women – Australia (Talico Clanci and Maria Artacio del Solar) excelled. Cuba 2-0
Hockey: Hogiroz of Australia defeated Spain 3-1
Rowing: Women’s Doubles (Amanda Batman and Tara Rigny), A / B Semi-Final 2 (7: 15.25) – Qualifying for the Final B Wednesday, July 28 at 9:30 AM (AEST) |Women’s Quad Rowing, 1st place in Appendix 1 (6: 36.67) – to the final
Shooting: Women’s 10m Air Pistol Qualifying – Elena Jalyapovich 27 (569 points) Dina Aspandiarova 46 (558).
Skateboarding: Shane O’Neill (19.52) Street comrades did not qualify
Soft ball: Women’s Match 3, American team defeated. Australia 2-1
Browsing: Owen Wright 9.80 (2/4 in Heat 4), Julian Wilson 8.77 (4/4) in the third round of the men’s short qualifiers | In the women’s short playoffs Steve Gilmore, third round first (1450 points) Sally Fitskibans, second round first (12.50 points).
Tennis: Women’s Singles – Sarah Soribes Tormo (Spain) wins. Ashes party (Stop) 6-4, 6-3
Opening Ceremony Best Choices: The champion returns without a shirt while stunning Italy’s teledopees
Full table: Australians are attacking their waters
‘Absolutely irrelevant’: The television station desecrates the coffees with photos of the Chernobyl Mar opening ceremony
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