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Medal predictions for events at the Tokyo Olympics
TOKYO — Olympic medal predictions by AP beat writers: ___ ARCHERY Mixed Team Gold: South Korea Silver: India Bronze: United States Men’s Individual Gold: Brady Ellison, United States Silver: Kim Woojin, South Korea Bronze: Mauro Nespoli, Italy Women’s Individual Gold: Kang Chae Young, South Korea Silver: Deepika Kumari, India Bronze: An San, South Korea Men’s Team Gold: South Korea Silver: China Bronze: United States Women’s Team Gold: South Korea Silver: Taiwan Bronze: Mexico ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS Team Final Men Gold: ROC Silver: China Bronze: Japan Women Gold: United States Silver: ROC Bronze: China All-Around Men Gold: Nikita Nagornyy, ROC Silver: Sun Wei, China Bronze: Daiki H
With a gossip ahead, the Russian gymnasts have secured the gold medal at the Olympic Games. In a thrilling three-campaign they are against Japan and China.
In the Judo Competition of Women, Nora Gjakova grew from Kosovo Gold in lightweight. Silver went to the Frenchwoman Sarah Leonie Cysique. In the men, lightweight Shohei Ono from Japan was able to look forward to a gold medal.
in fencing was at the top of the podium at the men at the end of Ka Long Cheung. Two-placed was Daniele Garozzo from Italy.
The Saber Fencers were in the final two Russians opposite: Sofia Posdniakowa defeated Sofia Welika yes with 15:11 points.
Hidilyn Diaz from the Philippines is the gold medal winner in weightlifting in the class featherweight. She stemmed 127 kilograms.
in the medal mirror is 50 out of 339 competitions Japan in front of the US and China.
Not so crazy: Hovasse, Japan making women's hoops history .
SAITAMA, Japan (AP) — Tom Hovasse spoke of the unthinkable when he was hired as the head coach of Japan’s women’s basketball team. The Durango, Colorado, native, who speaks fluent Japanese, wasn't misquoted when he said he would have his team playing for gold at the Tokyo Games against the U.S. Now, he is one win away from being a man of his word. “They thought I was crazy,” Hovasse said. “They don't think I'm crazy anymore. We have a legitimate shot if we continue to play with this level of energy and determination.” The Japanese edged Olympic newcomer Belgium 86-85 in a thrilling quarterfinal Wednesday to reach the medal round for the first time in the country's history.