Olimpíadas de Tóquio 2020 VIVER: Últimas notícias e resultados

Olimpíadas de Tóquio 2020 VIVER: Últimas notícias e resultados
Olimpíadas de Tóquio 2020 viver: Sweden stun USA as bear on the loose at softball venue


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O Olimpíadas de Tóquio continues today with softball and shooting on the agenda, while Germany meeting Brazil in Yokohama headlining a busy day of men’s football too. However the build-up continues to be overshadowed by news of emerging Covid cases among athletes and officials at the Games ahead of Friday’s opening ceremony.

Tokyo’s coronavirus infections surged to a six-month high on Wednesday with the host city logging 1,832 new cases just two days before the officially Games open. There have been a number of athletes reporting positive cases forcing them into isolation and potentially ending their hopes of competing, while the highly promising Team GB skeet shooter Amber Hill tested positive shortly before her flight and the “devastated” 23-year-old has been forced to stay at home.

The action started yesterday, when Great Britain opened the women’s football competition with a comfortable 2-0 win over Chile in Sapporo. A double from striker Ellen White secured the win and there were plenty of positives for head coach Hege Riise as Team GB opened their tournament with three points. The first big shock of the Games came shortly afterwards as the reigning world champions USA were humbled 3-0 by Sweden in Tokyo, as their 44-game unbeaten run came to an end.

Follow all the latest news and updates below.


Coming up on Thursday at the Tokyo Olympics

    Tóquio 2020: Yesterday’s round-up

    Coming up today

    • The men’s football tournament kicks off, with Brazil taking on Germany in a repeat of the 2016 Olympic final at 12:30 pm BST.
    • Japão, França, Spain and Argentina will also get underway. Here are eight stars to watch as the men’s tournament begins.
    • The softball tournament continues with Japan taking on Mexico, USA playing Canada and Australia facing Italy.
Lawrence Ostlere22 julho 2021 01:53

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