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What’s on Tokyo Olympics at present: August 1 – Swimming, hockey, tennis, BMX, crusing, diving, athletics

Cam Smith will be looking to make a surge toward the medals in the final round of golf action in Tokyo.

See the full schedule for Day 9 at the Games.


MEDAL EVENT Men’s Golf Final Round

The prize that only comes around once every four (or five!) years in golf – Olympic gold is decided today. Can Cam Smith make one last surge?

Can Cam Smith make a charge?
Camera IconCan Cam Smith make a charge? Credit: MICHAEL REYNOLDS/EPA


Hockey: Men’s Quarter-Finals

The Kookaburras face off with The Netherlands from 11am in a do-or-die clash.


MEDAL EVENT Swimming Finals: 50m Freestyle Finals and Medley Relay Finals

Emma McKeon will look for a new Aussie record with 10 gold medals in the 50m freestyle sprint, which starts at 9.37am.

The Aussie women will be a strong force against the Americans in the 4x100m Medley Relay final at 10.15am.


MEDAL EVENT Cycling (BMX Freestyle)

Women’s and Men’s Park Finals: History will be made when the first BMX Freestyle gold medals are awarded, with Australia in the thick of it thanks to Logan Martin.


MEDAL EVENT Tennis: Men’s Singles Medal Matches

Will Alexander Zverev join an honour roll that includes Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Andre Agassi?


MEDAL EVENT Sailing: Men’s Laser Medal Race

Matt Wearn will be crowned champion after building an unassailable lead.


MEDAL EVENT Aquatics (Diving): Women’s 3m Springboard Final

A medal chance for Australia.


MEDAL EVENT Gymnastics (Artistic): Men’s and women’s Apparatus Finals

Medals in Men’s Floor, Women’s Vault, Men’s Pommel Horse and Women’s Uneven Bars.


Aquatics (Water Polo): Women’s Preliminary Round: Aus v South Africa

The Aussie Stingers have a rich Olympic history but missed the podium in Rio and they’re out to make amends.


MEDAL EVENT Athletics Finals: Men’s 100m Semi-Final and Final

This is the big one: The men’s 100m final at 8.50pm. Who will rise to the occasion and replace Usain Bolt’s thunder?

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