TEAM GB are back amongst the medals on Day 11 in Tokyo.
Dylan Fletcher and Stuart Bithell pipped New Zealand to 49er gold after a thrilling race, securing GB’s first sailing medal of the Games.
And Giles Scott backed it up just an hour or so later, taking gold in the Finn.
But there was disappointment for GB sprinter Adam Gemili who is out of the 200m after suffering a hamstring injury, leaving the sprinting star in tears on the track.
Laura Kenny and co. then lost their Team Pursuit final to Germany, who set a world record time in the process.
The performance of the day – and potentially the entire Games – has gone to Norway’s Karsten Warholm who became the first man to break 46 seconds ever to take 400m gold in stunning fashion.
Simone Biles also returns in the balance beam final, before Pat McCormack goes for glory in the men’s welterweight boxing final.
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Team GB’ Boxer Galal Yafai beats Cuba’s Yosvany Veitia 4-1 in the Men’s flyweight quarter-final.
That means he’s guaranteed at least a bronze medal.
Another silver medal on the board for Team GB.
Jason Kenny and Co. can’t quite get the better of the Netherlands in the gold medal match-up.
That silver for Jason though is his eighth Olympic medal, making him Team GB’s joint most decorated Olympian.
If you’re birthday is March 23 then you might want to start trying out some new sports.
You never know, you’re quite likely to win Olympic gold in it!
NEW WORLD RECORD!
Germany set a new world record of 4:04:249 to beat Team GB to the gold medal.
Great Britain can only finish in 4:10:607 but take home a hard earned silver.
At the halfway stage Team GB trail by over two seconds!
The next half of the race needs to be a massive effort.
A SECOND DOWN
Team GB are 1.3 seconds down after 1000m.
That’s a big gap with only quarter of the race gone, but have Germany gone too quickly?
GOLD MEDAL MATCH
Right here we go.
It’s Team GB vs Germany in the Women’s team pursuit for the gold medal!
Who will come out on top here?
A couple of small errors for Joe Fraser but it’s a very good effort on the whole.
The 22-year-old only scores 14.500 though!
It’s only good enough for seventh place.
What a shame for Joe Fraser.
HERE HE IS
Parallell bars World Champion Joe Fraser is about to get his routine underway!
What has he got in the locker?
Earlier this morning Team GB’s Jack Laugher secured a bronze medal in the Diving 3m springboard final.
It follows a silver from Rio 2016 in the same event and gold in the 3m synchro that year to be the 26-year-olds third Olympic medal.
It’s Team GB’s fourth medal of Day Eleven after Sailing two golds (49er and Finn) as well as a Sailing silver in the mixed Nacra 17.
It’s still not clear what the outcome of that Team GB vs Denmark team pursuit will be.
Denmark are arguing that they caught up with Team GB and therefore won.
Great Britain meanwhile are arguing that Frederik Madsen should be disqualified for crashing into the back of Charlie Tanfield.
Team GB could be reinstated and put through to the gold medal match!
In other news Joe Fraser is representing Team GB in men’s parallel bars.
He’s the current World Champion in the event and is a real chance for another medal for Great Britain.
Elsewhere on the track Team GB have set a new Olympic record in the Men’s team sprint to take them into the gold medal match for that event.
It means Jason Kenny is guaranteed at least a silver medal which will make him Team GB’s joint-most successful Olympian of all time.
He will match Sir Bradley Wiggins’ record of eight Olympic medals.
OUT OF ORDER
Frederik Madsen reacted to the crash with an angry shout towards Charlie Tanfield.
Tanfield was a last minute replacement to the Great Britain pursuit team for the injured Ed Clancy and has ended up being in the middle of some serious controversy.
Denmark are set to go through because they technically caught up with Team GB, but they could still be disqualified.
Here’s the moment Denmark’s Frederik Madsen crashes into the back of Team GB’s Charlie Tanfield.
Charlie Tanfield was called into the Team GB squad to replace the injured Ed Clancy, and struggled with the pace of the team pursuit.
He dropped off the back of the Team GB convoy, with Denmark closing in.
As they did two of the three Danish riders moved away from Tanfield but one rider went clattering straight into the back of Tanfield’s bike.
There’s nothing Tanfield could do there, the Danish rider just wasn’t looking where he was going.
Thankfully both men are uninjured but the Danish cyclist is not happy at all.
He doesn’t really have reason to be though, he went straight into the back of Charlie Tanfield.
There’s a crash between a Danish rider and a Team GB rider!
Denmark were about to lap a struggling Team GB rider at the back but the lead Danish man cycles straight into the rear wheel of Charlie Tanfield!
What a bizarre sequence of events.
Team GB are 0.8 seconds behind Denmark after 2000m in the Track Cycling Men’s team pursuit.
They’ve got it all to do here.
NEW WORLD RECORD
Italy beat Germany in the Men’s team pursuit with a new world record to get themselves into the gold medal race.
They’ll take on either Team GB or Denmark for the gold, with those teams about to take to the track.
What have Team GB got in the locker?
Simone Biles returns to Olympic action on Tuesday morning after stepping aside to focus on her mental health, SUNNI UPAL reports.
The American superstar was seen at the gymnastics arena in Tokyo ahead of competing in the balance beam final.
Biles, 24, smiled as she went through her warm-up routine hours ahead of the 9.50am UK time final at the Ariake Arena.
She pulled out of the team and individual all-around finals last week – as well as the vault, uneven bars and floor.
USA gymnastics confirmed the four-time Olympic gold medallist’s return in a statement on Twitter on Monday.
CHINA GOLD AND SILVER
And Xie Siyi will take the gold for China.
He scores 102.60 on his final dive to finish on 558.75!
It’s a China one and two with Jack Laugher in third to claim bronze and James Healy back in ninth.
BRONZE FOR JACK
China’s Wang Zongyuan’s final dive is a superb one, scoring a whopping 102.60!
It’s a total score of 534.90, putting him above Jack Laugher.
Jack Laugher’s last dive is a cracking one, but will it earn him a silver or a bronze medal?
He scores 87.75 to post a total of 518.00.
Wang Zongyuan is up next.
James Heatly ends with a 64.35 to post a total score of 411.00 after six dives.
Jack Laugher is up next.
He’s currently third on the leaderboard, two points behind second.
Can he do it?
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