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Tokyo 2020: LiveUpdate-New Zealand athletes and events, how to watch in New Zealand, livestreaming

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The New Zealand Herald Focus Sport’s Choree Kinnear concludes our first medal, Day 4, with boxer David Nyika preparing for the first Olympic match.Video / NZ Herald / Sky Sports

All actions today from the Tokyo Olympics.

With the start of New Zealand medals, several 2016 Olympic medalists will be on the starting line today.

That’s all you need to know about today’s actions (Tuesday, July 27).

Kiwi behavior today

Canoeist Luuka Jones is urging New Zealand’s big medal hope in Tokyo today, with the 2016 silver medalist aiming to add a second medal to her collection.

Jones set himself third in the K1 canoe slalom qualifying and marked himself as a chance to repeat her success, but Australia’s Jessica Fox won a silver medal in London and a bronze medal in Rio. It looks like you’re determined to do it. Set in Tokyo.

Everything is in the right direction for Jones, but there are still many gates to pass before the medal is awarded.

In the semi-finals and finals, there is only one run per paddler, so a single mistake can end the Olympic dream. The top 10 semi-finals will advance to the finals late in the evening.

Jones is the only realistic medal opportunity today, but Ainsley Thorpe and Nicole van der Kay’s female triathlon duo try to emulate Hayden Wilde’s stunning bronze when competing for the gold medal this morning. However, the medals have surprising results, as both are rated as having a 151-1 chance of winning.

Elsewhere, All Blacks Seven can take a big step towards correcting its 2016 mistakes. Kiwi, who already has a safe passage to the quarterfinals, will have an easier path if he defeats Australia early this afternoon before facing the quarterfinals. Night final.

At that stage they were dumped in 2016 and some players on the team returned to Tokyo for redemption.

In addition, 2016 medal-winning crew members Peter Burling and Blair Tuke, Alex Maloney and Molly Meech launched a campaign on the water, and sailing crew members who had a completely enjoyable time in Tokyo were also active. I am.

Check out the interactive “Who is competing” above for a complete list of running kiwis and when the event will start.

Today’s sport

3×3 basketball (pool play and quarterfinals)
Archery (32 and 16 individual rounds)
Gymnastics (Women’s Team Final)
Badminton (pool play)
Basketball (women’s pool play)
Beach volleyball (pool play)
Boxing (qualifying)
Canoe Slalom (Women’s Slalom Final)
Cycling (Women’s Cross-Country Mountain Bike Final)
Diving (Women’s 10m High Diving Final)
Equestrian (Baba Equestrian Group Final)
Fencing (Women’s Epe Team Medal Match)
Soccer (women’s pool play)
Handball (women’s pool play)
Hockey (Men’s pool play)
Judo (63 kg women’s medal match, 81 kg men’s medal match)
Rugby Sevens (Men’s Pool Play and Quarterfinals)
Sailing (opening race)
Shooting (10m air pistol and air rifle mixed team final)
Softball (medal match)
Surfing (semi-finals and semi-finals)
Swimming (4 finals)
Table tennis (individual round 32 and round 16)
Taekwondo (Women + 67 kg and Men + 80 kg medal match)
Tennis (2nd and 3rd rounds)
Triathlon (Women’s Individual Race)
Volleyball (women’s pool play)
Water polo (men’s water polo play)
Weightlifting (Women’s 59 kg and 64 kg medal competitions)

How to follow the action

Herald will have a live update starting at 9am and you can catch all the actions on Sky Sports. All Sky events can also be viewed via Sky Sport Now or Sky Go streaming.

Tomorrow sports

3×3 basketball (medal match)
Archery (32 and 16 individual rounds)
Gymnastics (Men’s Allround Final)
Badminton (pool play)
Baseball (pool play)
Basketball (men’s pool play)
Beach volleyball (pool play)
Boxing (Round 16, Quarterfinals)
Canoe Slalom (Women’s Canoe and Men’s Kayak Heat)
Cycling (Women’s and Men’s Individual Time Trial Finals)
Diving (Men’s 3m Flying Board Final)
Equestrian (Baba Equestrian Individual Grand Prix Final)
Fencing (Men’s Saber Team Medal Match)
Soccer (Men’s pool play)
Handball (Men’s pool play)
Hockey (girl and boy pool play)
Judo (70 kg women’s and 90 kg men’s medal match)
Rowing (6 finals)
Men’s Sevens (Men’s Medal Match)
Sailing (classification race)
Shooting (trap shooting qualification)
Swimming (Final Five)
Table tennis (individual quarterfinals)
Tennis (TBC)
Volleyball (Men’s Volleyball)
Water polo (women’s water polo)
Weightlifting (Men’s 73 kg medal tournament)

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