Australia enters day nine of the Tokyo Olympics with 10 gold locked away and probabilities to achieve the highest of medal podium in swimming, golf, BMX and crusing.
Emma McKeon leads the Dolphins charge within the pool the place she’s going to bid for her sixth medal of the video games.
The 27-year-old has two probabilities — the 50m freestyle and the 4x100m medley relay — with one other gold seeing Australia match its document eight from the Melbourne Video games of 1956
Cult hero Cameron Smith is effectively and really within the combine within the golf, sitting 5 pictures off the lead heading into the ultimate spherical (FOLLOW LIVE)
Logan Martin, in the meantime, is the red-hot favorite to take gold within the BMX Males’s Park last having certified for the ultimate in first place.
Sailor Matt Wearn all however has the gold sewn up within the Males’s Laser. He simply wants to show up on time and end the race.
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AUSSIE HIGHLIGHTS – DAY 9 (All instances AEST)
Last spherical: Cam Smith (5 again) and Marc Leishman (from 8:30am)
Girls’s 3000m Steeplechase: Georgia Winkcup, Genevieve Gregson, Amy Cashin (from 10:40am)
Girls’s Lengthy Leap: Brooke Stratton (10:50am)
Males’s 400m: Alex Beck, Steven Solomon (from 11:45am)
Girls’s Park last: Natalya Diehm (11:10am)
Males’s Park last: Logan Martin (12:20pm)
Girls’s 50m Freestyle: Emma McKeon, Cate Campbell (11:37am)
Girls’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)
Girls’s 3m Springboard last: Esther Qin (4pm)
Males’s Excessive Leap: Brandon Starc (from 8:10pm)
Males’s 100m semi-final: Rohan Browning (8:23pm)
Girls’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 last: Rohan Browning? (10:50pm)
Girls’s Water Polo
Australia v South Africa (8:50pm)
Final 16: Australia v China (10pm)
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