Olympics 2021

Tokyo Olympics latest news! Day 14 latest Team UK updates and results

Tokyo Olympics latest news: For anyone watching the Olympics, today is a big day. Team GB has already won 51 medals – 16 gold and 18 silver so far – but they’re looking to add more on this track with another win in the 400m hurdles or maybe even an 800 meter race.

Summary: Today could be double trouble for Great Britain’s Olympic team as they go up against world-class athletes from Australia (400M Hurdles) and Kenya (800 Meter). The country of 50 million only boasts 26 medalists at these games so it will take some serious effort if not outright luck to see them overtake their competitor countries by any significant margin before closing ceremonies next week

There are two big hopes on the track as Laura Muir and Dina Asher-Smith go for medals in their respective events. For British fans, there is a lot of hope that both will make it to the podium after recent disappointments. After failing to qualify from semi finals in 100m competition, Dina has withdrawn her entry from 200m due injury troubles which had been plaguing her this season leading up through Olympics trials last month

Elsewhere, Tom Daley – who already has a gold medal to celebrate in Tokyo – is back in the pool (well, on the diving board and then in the pool) in the 10m individual platform prelims, while Lauren Price is guaranteed a boxing bronze but is aiming for more when she competes in the women’s middleweight semi-finals.

In a day of upsets, the Olympic final had its fair share. In an intense matchup between Sweden’s Sara Bergevi and Norway’s Kristin Skogum Olafsen, it was Skogum who shined brightest at yesterday’s showpiece event carrying silverware home to Oslo in her hand luggage after out-dueling Bergevi for the title on this historic occasion for women’s hockey with gold medalists USA third

At the end of another Olympic day here is who has got some silverware in their hand luggage for the long flight home. In a day full of surprises; there were many different winners but two stood taller than all else as they carried away medals from Rio de Janeiro: Mart

Matt Walls (gold) – omnium cycling

Ben Maher (gold) – Individual showjumping

Hannah Mills, Eilidh McIntyre (gold) – sailing, women’s 470

Giles Scott (gold) – sailing, men’s Finn

Dylan Fletcher, Stuart Bithell (gold) -sailing, men’s 49er class

Oliver Townend, Laura Collett, Tom McEwen (gold) – eventing team

Max Whitlock (gold) – pommel horse

Jess Learmonth, Jonny Brownlee, Georgia Taylor-Brown, Alex Yee (gold) – mixed triathlon relay

Kathleen Dawson, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Anna Hopkin (gold) – mixed 4x100m medley relay

Tom Dean, James Guy, Matthew Richards, Duncan Scott (gold) – men’s 4x200m freestyle relay

Tom Dean (gold) -men’s 200m freestyle

Adam Peaty (gold) – men’s 100m breaststroke

Tom Daley, Matty Lee (gold) – men’s synchronised 10m platform

Tom Pidcock (gold) -men’s cross-country mountain biking

Beth Shriever (gold) – women’s BMX racing

Charlotte Worthington (gold) – women’s BMX park freestyle

Ben Whittaker (silver) – men’s boxing light heavyweight

Keely Hodgkinson (silver) – women’s 800m

Pat McCormack (silver) – men’s boxing

Jason Kenny, Jack Carlin Ryan Owens (silver) – cycling, men’s team sprint

Katie Archibald, Laura Kenny, Jessie Knight, Neah Evan (silver) – cycling, women’s team pursuit

John Gimson, Anna Burnet (silver) – sailing, nacra 17 multi-hull class

Emily Campbell (silver) – women’s +87kg weightlifting

Tom McEwen (silver) – individual eventing

Harry Leask, Angus Groom, Tom Barras, Jack Beaumont (silver) – men’s quadruple sculls

Duncan Scott (silver) – men’s 200m freestyle

Georgia Taylor-Brown (silver) – women’s triathlon

Alex Yee (silver) – men’s triathlon

Lauren Williams (silver) – women’s -67kg taekwondo

Bradly Sinden (silver) – men’s -68kg taekwondo

Mallory Franklin (silver) – women’s canoe slalom C1

Duncan Scott (silver) – men’s 200m medley

Kye Whyte (silver) – men’s BMX racing

Luke Greenbank, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Duncan Scott (silver) – men’s 4x100m medley relay

Holly Bradshaw (bronze) – women’s pole vault

Liam Heath (bronze) – men’s kayak single 200m

Frazer Clarke (bronze) – men’s boxing super heavyweight

Sky Brown (bronze) – women’s park skateboard

Jack Laugher (bronze) – men’s 3m springboard

Chelsie Giles (bronze) – women’s -52kg judo

Bianca Walkden (bronze) – women’s taekwondo +67kg

Alice Kinsella, Amelie Morgan, Jennifer and Jessica Gadirova (bronze) – gymnastics women’s team

Carl Hester, Charlotte Fry and Charlotte Dujardin (bronze) – dressage

Charlotte Dujardin (bronze) – individual dressage

Matt Coward-Holley (bronze) – men’s trap

Luke Greenback (bronze) – men’s 200m backstroke

Men’s eight (bronze) – rowing

Bryony Page (bronze) – trampolining

Emma Wilson (bronze) – windsurfing

Karriss Artingstall (bronze) – women’s featherweight boxing

Declan Brooks (bronze) – men’s BMX freestyle

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