day 2 scores, medals, Australian results in every event, schedule, start times

The Tokyo Olympics are going well and really going and the matches will be tight and fast on the second day of competition on Sunday.

Australian swimmers, rowers and tennis stars are among those competing while Hockey, surfers, skaters and Jess Fox in the ski regatta bring to a lot of local interest in a multi-action schedule.

Follow the full results from every event in our interactive schedule below and check throughout the day for updated Australian results on arrival.


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SURVEY: Julian Wilson (7.50) and Owen Wright in the men’s short match

Swim (Night ONE)

Men’s 400 m individual medley (final round on Sunday): Brendon Smith 1 (4:09.27), Se-Bom Lee eliminated (4:15.76)

100 m butterfly female (semifinals): Emma McKeon 1st (55.82), Brianna Throssell 16th (58.08)

Men’s 400 m freestyle (playing Sunday’s final): Elijah Winton, Jack McLoughlin tied for 4th (3:45.20)

Men’s 100 m breaststroke (semifinals): Matthew Wilson (1:00.03), Zac Stubblety-Cook (1:00.05) did not qualify.

Women’s 4×100 m freestyle relay (playing Sunday’s final): Australia 1 (3:31.73)

BEST OPENING FESTIVAL: The shirtless hero returns as a stunning Italian Teletubbies

FULL SCHEDULE: The Australians launch their assault on the water

FULL LIST: Every Australian, every result at the Tokyo Olympics

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