Tokyo Olympics 2020: Live updates – New Zealand athletes and events in action

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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Lisa Carrington is set to take her third gold medal today as she competes in the K1-500m semifinals at 1.19pm, with teammate Caitlin Regal racing in another semifinal at 12:58 pm. The final will be held 3:29pm and there are also races for men’s K2 1000m duo Max Brown and Kurtis (at 1:26) which may lead into a potential finals race that day at 3:55 PM.

New Zealand’s other big medal chance today is in the men’s shot put final (2.05pm) where Rio bronze medallist Tom Walsh and fellow Kiwi Jacko Gill will enter the circle. While America has its own favourite, Ryan Crouser with his world record of 22.09m and defending champion title for a year now, it would be unfair to not mention that New Zealanders have their eyes on one another as they look forward to seeing who can snag this gold trophy from him after he beat them both at last year’s World Championships by more than 3 metres each time!

It’s an exciting time for the Olympics with so many different sports to watch. In other events, Lydia Ko has her second round in the women’s golf event and Andrea Anacan competes in the women’s Kata as karate makes its Olympic debut! Nick Willis looks to make another 1500m final at velodrome while Sam Webster races against a talented field of competitors seeking medals on Day 2-4! Ellesse Andrews will also be racing again tomorrow – only this time it is one of just two medal opportunities given track cycling today.

Sports in action today

Athletics (Six finals – Men’s triple jump, men’s shot put, men’s 110m hurdles, men’s 20km race walk, women’s pole vault, men’s 400m)
Baseball (semifinal)
Basketball (Men’s semifinals)
Beach Volleyball (women’s and men’s semifinals)
Boxing (Semifinals, final)
Canoe Sprint (Four finals)
Cycling Track (Women’s Keirin, Men’s omnium)
Diving (Women’s 10m platform final)
Football (Women’s bronze match)
Golf (Women’s second round)
Handball (Men’s semifinals)
Hockey (Men’s gold and bronze matches)
Karate (Three finals)
Marathon swimming (Men’s 10km final)
Modern Pentathlon (Men’s and women’s fencing)
Skateboarding (Men’s Park final)
Sport Climbing (Men’s combined, lead final)
Table Tennis (Women’s team gold and bronze finals)
Volleyball (Men’s semifinals)
Water Polo (Women’s semifinals)
Wrestling (Three finals)

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How to follow the action

The Herald will have live updates running from 10am, while you can catch all the action on Sky Sport. Every event on Sky can also be watched via streaming on Sky Sport Now or Sky Go.

Sports in action tomorrow

Artistic Swimming (Team technical routine)
Athletics (Eight finals)
Baseball (semifinal)
Basketball (Women’s semifinals)
Beach Volleyball (Women’s medal matches)
Boxing (Semifinals, final)
Canoe Sprint (Heats, quarter-finals)
Cycling Track (Women’s madison, Men’s sprint)
Diving (Men’s 10m platform preliminary)
Equestrian (Jumping team qualifier)
Football (Women’s gold medal match, men’s bronze medal match)
Golf (Women’s third round)
Handball (Women’s semifinals)
Hockey (Women’s gold and bronze matches)
Karate (Three finals)
Modern Pentathlon (Women’s laser run)
Rhythmic Gymnastics (Individual all-around qualification)
Sport Climbing (Women’s combined, lead final)
Table Tennis (Men’s team gold and bronze finals)
Volleyball (Women’s semifinals)
Water Polo (Men’s semifinals)
Wrestling (Three finals)

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