Sports Chasing Gold: Katie Ledecky leaves Tokyo with four medals, Team USA headed for podium in baseball
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
Katie Ledecky is done in Tokyo, but Olympic fans haven't seen the last of her yet.
The 24-year-old completed awhen she won gold with a time of 8:12.57. It was her last race in Tokyo.
Ledecky now has six gold medals between her three Olympic appearances, the most of any female swimmer. She won a total of four medals in Tokyo: gold in the 800 and; silver in the and .
Canada Olympics schedule today: Day-by-day TV coverage to watch Team Canada at 2021 Tokyo Games
Sporting News has you covered on how to watch every Team Canada competition, including start times and TV channels for every sport, every day of the Tokyo Olympics.Canada is filled with gold-medal dreams as 370 athletes — including heavy favourites such as swimmer Penny Oleksiak and sprinter Andre De Grasse — take the field, pool, court or floor across Tokyo and Japan. While there are a number of first-timers, there's also a handful of athletes who are competing in a sport that's making its debut in 2021, such as sports climbing and skateboarding.
She's, and maybe even LA 2028. So don't be sad because her Tokyo run is over, smile because it happened and will probably happen again.
Other swimming storylines from Saturday (try saying that three times fast) include Caeleb Dressel capturingand breaking his own world record in the 100m fly, and Simone Manuel in the 50m freestyle.
Video: Katie Ledecky has her sights set on Paris Olympics in 2024, possibly Los Angeles in 2028 (USA TODAY)
On the podium:after beating South Korea 4-2 Saturday. They'll face Japan on Monday in the semifinals, and Olympic workers from the host country were happy to . The U.S. finished second in the , and the mixed 4x400 team that was originally disqualified during semifinals won bronze. Here's a of Team USA's medals.
Olympics schedule 2021: Day-by-day TV coverage to watch Tokyo Games on NBC channels, stream online
Here's what's happening at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics today as well as a TV schedule to watch every event in the United States and Canada.During the 2016 Rio Olympics, the United States broadcast 6,755 hours of Olympic action. Canada itself produced over 2,000 hours. Each country could set new Summer Games-highs in 2021.
Athletes out of competition: USA Gymnastics announced Saturday thatin the vault and uneven bars event finals, . International tennis star Novak Djokovic . The father of BMX racer Connor Fields said the Olympian in his crash Friday.
Taking a stand: U.S. men's epee team members took a stand against teammate Alen Hadzic, who's, by . Oh, and other Olympians are — ahem, the ROC — and it's .
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Olympic viewing guide: Can Damian Warner follow in De Grasse's golden footsteps? .
Here's what to watch on Wednesday night and Thursday morning, including potential Canadian gold medals in decathlon and canoe.De Grasse's victory gave Canada its first Olympic gold on the track since Donovan Bailey won the 100m and anchored the 4x100m relay team to gold in Atlanta a quarter century ago. It's also Canada's first Olympic title in the 200 since Percy Williams in 1928.