Tokyo (Associated Press)-On the 5th day of the Tokyo Olympics report, five swimming finals and men’s diving synchronized springboard finals will be held at the Aquatic Center on Thursday. This will be another busy day.
Americans participate in men’s and women’s games Beach Volleyball, The US men’s volleyball team against Tunisia. Men’s football all-around, men’s all-around gymnastics champion will be crowned.
Here are some things worth paying attention to. (All times are Eastern):
The Tokyo Olympics is coming to an end and Katie Ledecky will win another Olympic medal in the women’s 4X200m freestyle relay. Ledkey is the five gold medal winner in these Olympics, and she tried to break the historical record of eight gold medals won by American women.
The silver medal in the 400m freestyle slowed her pursuit.
Caeleb Dressel, who has won a gold medal in Tokyo, finished second in the men’s 100m freestyle. Medals will also be awarded for men’s 800m freestyle, men’s 200m breaststroke and women’s 200m butterfly. Reporting of the swimming finals will begin on NBC at 9:30 pm.
The American men’s diving competition began with the 3-meter synchronized springboard final.
Michael Hixon and Andrew Capobianco won silver medals at the Rio Olympics and sought their first gold medal in Tokyo.
Later this week, Capo Bianco will also participate in the men’s individual 3-meter springboard competition. The Synchronized Springboard Finals will be broadcast live on USA Network at 2 a.m. and again on NBC during prime time.
Two nights after the thrilling men’s gymnastics team final turned into a three-person showdown between Russia, Japan and China, the three superpowers will face off again in the all-around final.
The Russian team defeated the Japanese team to win the gold medal in the 2019 World Champion Nikita Nagornyy’s team competition. Nagornyy and teammate Artur Dalaloyan will face off against Japan’s rising star Daiki Hashimoto, and the personal gold medal is online.
The 19-year-old Hashimoto achieved the best results in qualifying. China’s Sun Wei and Xiao Ruoteng are also expected to win medals. The game will be part of NBC’s prime time coverage.
Due to bad weather, the rowing race was rescheduled for one day, and the first medal race will be held on the sea forest fairway.
The US team Gevvie Stone and Kristi Wagner will participate in the women’s double scull final. Stone is a three-time Olympic athlete and a silver medalist in the 2016 single scull event. After her retirement, she postponed her medical hospitalization for nearly three years in order to pursue another Olympic medal. The final will be her last game.
Two-time Olympian Anders Weiss leads the United States in the men’s semifinal final. These events will be broadcast live on CNBC at 8pm, with additional coverage of the quarter-finals of BMX racing and the semi-finals of the women’s fencing team.
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USA Network’s activities lasted until 2 am and included five live events.
American men’s and women’s Beach Volleyball In the billiards game, Kelly Claes and Sarah Sponcil played against Kenya, and Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena played against Argentina.
The American men’s water team played against Italy, and the women’s rugby qualifier continued to be broadcast live. The women’s table tennis semi-finals will also appear.
NBCSN will replay the US men’s basketball game against Iran.
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