Jour 10 aux Jeux Olympiques de Tokyo – suivre les mises à jour en direct

Jour 10 aux Jeux Olympiques de Tokyo - suivre les mises à jour en direct
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<p>Great Britain’s Max Whitlock celebrates with his gold medal after winning the men’s pommel horse final in Tokyo (Mike Egerton/AP)</p><p>Great Britain’s Max Whitlock celebrates with his gold medal after winning the men’s pommel horse final in Tokyo (Mike Egerton/AP)</p>

Great Britain’s Max Whitlock celebrates with his gold medal after winning the men’s pommel horse final in Tokyo (Mike Egerton/AP)

Jour 10 in Tokyo is underway and we have another full schedule of Olympics action coming up, beginning with the final of the men’s long jump including Team USA’s JuVaughn Harrison. We’ll also have the women’s 100m hurdles finals to kick off the schedule on the track, where American athlete Kendra Harrison is in the mix.

The gold medal events for women’s doubles in badminton and men’s singles will take place in the afternoon. And New Zealand’s Laurel Hubbard is set to make history today as she competes in the +87 kg women’s weightlifting.

There will be big hopes for more GB success in the velodrome as the track cycling begins, avec Jason and Laura Kenny chasing history in Tokyo. Laura Kenny takes part in the women’s team sprint and will be aiming to win her fifth gold medal.

Sailors Dylan Fletcher and Stuart Bithell go for gold in the final race of the men’s 49er category, tandis que further medals could be won on Tuesday.

Hier, Max Whitlock won gold on the men’s pommel horse to retain his Olympic title, continuing a stunning day for Team GB in Tokyo which had already produced a stunning BMX freestyle gold for Charlotte Worthington and history in the pool for Duncan Scott.

And the new fastest man in the world is Lamont Marcell Jacobs. The Italian athlete won gold in the Tokyo Olympics 100m final, publier une heure de 9.80 secondes. Fred Kerley des États-Unis a remporté l'argent, 0.04s derrière, avec Andre De Grasse remportant le bronze pour le Canada, on a dramatic evening at the Olympic Stadium which saw Great Britain’s Zharnel Hughes disqualified for a false start.

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Jeux Olympiques de Tokyo: Greece win gold in men’s long jump

Miltiadis Tentoglou of Greece has won the gold medal in the men’s long jump in dramatic fashion, after jumping 8.41m in his sixth and final attempt.

Second and third positions were secured by Cuba’s Juan Miguel Echevarria and Maykel Masso. Echevarria matched Tentoglou’s 8.41m in his third jumpbut a count-back of their other attempts gave the Greek athlete the lead by the narrowest of margins.

Team USA’s JuVaughn Harrison, who was chasing history after qualifying for both long jump and high jump finals, could only manage fifth place.

Namita Singh2 août 2021 04:01
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Jeux Olympiques de Tokyo 2020: Argentina reach semi-finals in Women’s hockey

Argentina have reached the semi-finals of the women’s Olympic hockey tournament for the first time since 2012 on Monday following their 3-0 vaincre l'Allemagne.

The country will now face either Australia or India in the semi-final on Wednesday depending on who wins the quarter-final knockout match between those two later today.

Plus tôt, le samedi, India’s women’s hockey team reached the quarter-finals for the first time in 41 years after defeating South Africa 4-3.

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Welcome to The Independent’s live blog of Day 10 in Tokyo, and the action is already underway from another full schedule of events, beginning with the final of the men’s long jump including Team USA’s JuVaughn Harrison. We’ll also have the women’s 100m hurdles finals to kick off the schedule on the track, where American athlete Kendra Harrison is in the mix.

The gold medal events for women’s doubles in badminton and men’s singles will take place in the afternoon. And New Zealand’s Laurel Hubbard is set to make history today as she competes in the +87 kg women’s weightlifting.

There will be big hopes for more GB success in the velodrome as the track cycling begins, avec Jason and Laura Kenny chasing history in Tokyo. Laura Kenny takes part in the women’s team sprint and will be aiming to win her fifth gold medal.

Sailors Dylan Fletcher and Stuart Bithell go for gold in the final race of the men’s 49er category, tandis que further medals could be won on Tuesday.

And attention will turn back to the athletics later in the day, with the women’s discus throw finals and the men’s 3000m steeplechase finals coming in the evening, scheduled between 1900-2200 JST.

Namita Singh2 août 2021 03:24

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