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WHAT a golden day we potentially have ahead of us in Tokyo.

We’ve a host of big names coming your way from Japan through the night, but there has been disappointment for GB sprinter Adam Gemili who is out of the 200m after suffering a hamstring injury.

The performance of the day – and potentially the entire Games – has gone to Norway’s Karsten Warholm who became the first man to break 46 seconds ever in the 400m hurdles.

After the track events, there’s gold medals on offer in the water as Team GB look to go fastest in various sailing and canoe disciplines.

And if that wasn’t enough, the evening action from Tokyo will see Laura Kenny and Jason Kenny back on the medal hunt.

Simone Biles also returns to action in the balance beam final, before Pat McCormack goes for glory in the men’s welterweight boxing final and Laura Muir runs in the 1500m final.

  • Start times: Athletics from 1am, long jump final 2.50am, track cycling 6.30am, gymnastics 9am


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Source: The Sun

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