Australia’s swimmers have already gained seven gold medals, and may break their abroad Olympic file on the final day of motion within the pool.
Plus with real medal possibilities within the golf and BMX, plus all eyes on Rohan Browning within the 100m semi-final, there’s loads to observe on Sunday.
Comply with the Aussie information from day 9 in Tokyo under!
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The Dolphins will attempt to win an eighth gold medal – and extra – within the closing day of swimming in Tokyo.
No Australian swimming workforce has gained greater than seven golds in a video games held exterior of Australia.
Emma McKeon equalled the file for essentially the most medals gained by an Australian at a single Olympics with 5 on Saturday, and has two extra possibilities on Sunday – the 50m freestyle and the 4x100m medley relay. She additionally equalled Ian Thorpe and Leisel Jones’ Australian file of 9 for profession medals.
In the meantime Cameron Smith begins the day 5 strokes again of the chief Xander Schauffele within the final spherical of the golf.
Then within the BMX Males’s Park closing Logan Martin is the favorite for gold.
The Kookaburras enter the playoff stage and face the Netherlands within the afternoon whereas one other Aussie gold medal is sort of sure as Matt Wearn should merely end the medal race within the Males’s Laser to say it.
AUSSIE HIGHLIGHTS – DAY 9 (All instances AEST)
Last spherical: Cam Smith (5 again) and Marc Leishman (from 8:30am)
Ladies’s 3000m Steeplechase: Georgia Winkcup, Genevieve Gregson, Amy Cashin (from 10:40am)
Ladies’s Lengthy Soar: Brooke Stratton (10:50am)
Males’s 400m: Alex Beck, Steven Solomon (from 11:45am)
Ladies’s Park closing: Natalya Diehm (11:10am)
Males’s Park closing: Logan Martin (12:20pm)
Ladies’s 50m Freestyle: Emma McKeon, Cate Campbell (11:37am)
Ladies’s 4x100m Medley Relay: Australia (12:15pm)
Males’s 4×100 Medley Relay: Australia (12:36pm)
Quarter-final: Kookaburras v Netherlands (1pm)
Final 16: Australia v Germany (3:30pm)
Males’s Laser medal race: Matt Wearn merely should end to win gold (3:33pm)
Ladies’s 3m Springboard closing: Esther Qin (4pm)
Males’s Excessive Soar: Brandon Starc (from 8:10pm)
Males’s 100m semi-final: Rohan Browning (8:23pm)
Ladies’s 100m Hurdles semi-final: Liz Clay (8:53pm)
Males’s 800m semi-final: Charlie Hunter (9:25pm), Peter Bol (9:35pm), Jeffrey Riseley (9:45pm)
Males’s 100m closing: Rohan Browning? (10:50pm)
Ladies’s Water Polo
Australia v South Africa (8:50pm)
Final 16: Australia v China (10pm)
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