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Sport OJ of Tokyo: The program of Friday, July 30 (with Rinner)

03:40  30 july  2021
03:40  30 july  2021 Source:   sports.fr

Mystery Solved: Why the 2021 Olympics are still called the ‘Tokyo 2020’ Olympics

  Mystery Solved: Why the 2021 Olympics are still called the ‘Tokyo 2020’ Olympics In fact, throughout Tokyo, “2020” is everywhere. Because the 2021 Olympics are, officially, the 2020 Olympics. “There are many reasons,” a Tokyo organizing committee source told Yahoo Sports. One of them, he said, was that “last year in March, torches, medals, other branding items, and merchandise were already being made using the name ‘Tokyo 2020’ and a name change would have meant additional costs.” Maintaining the ‘Tokyo 2020’ brand In other words, Olympic organizers had already committed millions upon millions of dollars to the "Tokyo 2020" brand.

Teddy Riner entre en scène à Tokyo. © provided by Sports.co.uk Teddy Riner between the scene in Tokyo.

Tokyo

Olympic Games in French Time (for Tokyo Time, add 7 hours)

Friday 30 July 2021

from 0h30

Golf (H): Stroke Individual Play, 2nd Tour ( with Romain Langasque and ANTOINE ROZNER )

from 1h30

Equestrian sports: Competition Full

Dressage Competition Team and Individual ( with Christopher Six, Nicolas Touzaint and Karim Florent Laghouag )

from 2h00

Athletics (m / f): start Events from 2h00

from 2h30: 3 000m Steeple Men, 1st round ( with Djilali Bedrani, Louis Gilavert and Alexis Phelut )

From 2h45: Men's disk throw ( with Lolassonnon djouhan )

from 3h25 : 800m Women, 1st round, Series 1 ( with Rennel Lamote )

Where are the Olympics in 2021? Locations, venues & more to know about Tokyo Games

  Where are the Olympics in 2021? Locations, venues & more to know about Tokyo Games Sporting News breaks down everything you need to know about the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, including locations, venues and more.The 2021 Olympics, delayed a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will finally take place from July 23 through Aug. 8 in Tokyo, even as the pandemic continues to take its toll not just on the sports world, but the world at large. Indeed, the 2021 Olympics — including the opening and closing ceremonies — will be held without spectators amid growing coronavirus numbers in Japan.

From 4h25: 400m Hays Men, 1st Tour ( Ludvy Vaillant and Wilfried Happio )

From 12h05: Triple Jump Women, Qualifs ( with Rouguy Diallo )

from 13h30: 10 000m men ( with morhad amdouni )

rumbb Y at 7 (F): Pool matches

from 2h30: France - Canada

rowing (m / f): SKIFF finals and eight tip

handball (h): preliminary round

from 7:15: France - Spain

Beach -Volley (m / f): preliminary round

volleyball (h): preliminary round

from 14h40: France - Russia

shot (F): final 25m pistol

badminton (m / f): individual phases in individual and mixed

Archery (F): Individual Competition from 2h30


Video: Fencing - Brunet Bronze Medalist (Dailymotion)

From 2h55: Eighth of Final ( with Lisa Barbel )

Hockey (m / f) : Hen matches from 2h30

from 3h00

basketball (f): oule matches

from 10h20: france - nigeria

bmx racing (m / f): half individual test

EXPLAINER: Why Japan 'rising sun' flag provokes Olympic ire

  EXPLAINER: Why Japan 'rising sun' flag provokes Olympic ire SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Japan considers the “rising sun” flag part of its history. But some in the Koreas, China and other Asian countries say the flag is a reminder of Japan’s wartime atrocities, and is comparable to the Nazi swastika. © Provided by Associated Press FILE - In this Oct. 14, 2012, file photo, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) escort ship "Kurama," left, navigates behind destroyer "Yudachi," with a rising sun flag, during a fleet review in water off Sagami Bay, south of Tokyo.

from 3h00: series 1 and 2 (H) ( with Sylvain André, Romain Mahieu and Joris Daudet )

From 3h15: Series 2 (F) ( with Axelle Etienne )

Water-Polo (H): Preliminary Tour

Fencing (H): Sword by team S

from 4:15: quarter of final France - United States or Japan ( with Yannick Borel, Alexandre Bardenet and Romain Cannone )

Swimming (H / F): Final 100m Freestanding (F), Final 200m Brasse ( F), final 200m back (h), final 200m four swimming (h)

from 3h30: half 100m butterfly ( with mehdy metella )

from 12h15: 50m free men, series ( with maximed grouset and Florent Manaudou )

12h41: 50m free women, series ( with marie wattel and melanie henique )

14h15: relay 4х- $ m 4 swimming men, series

from 4h00

judo (f): + 78kg ( with Romane Dicko )

Judo (H): + 100kg ( with Teddy Rinner )

Boxing (F): 57-60 kg; 64-69 kg

boxing (h): 63-69 kg; 75-81 kg; 81-91 kg

from 5h00

veil (m / f): 470; RS: X; Laser; 49er

from 5h05: Solitary Deriver (F) ( with Marie Bolu )

From 5h05: Skiff (H) ( with Lucas Rual and Emile Amoros )

As Tokyo Games open, can Olympic flame burn away the funk?

  As Tokyo Games open, can Olympic flame burn away the funk? TOKYO (AP) — Disputed, locked down and running a year late, the Tokyo Games begin at last on Friday night, a multinational showcase of the finest athletes of a world fragmented by disease — and an event steeped in the political and medical baggage of a relentless pandemic whose presence haunts every Olympic corner. © Provided by Associated Press FILE - In this July 10, 2021, file photo, Yoyogi National Stadium, where handball will be held for Tokyo 2020 Olympics, is seen in Tokyo.

From 5h05: Double deriver (H) ( with Kévin Peponnet and Jérémème Mion )

From 5:15: Double Deriver (F) ( with Camille Lecoint and Aloïse Retornaz )

From 7:35: Solitary Deriver (H) ( with Jean-Baptiste Bernaz )

From 7:50: Skiff (F) ( with lili sebesi and albane dubois )

tennis (h): double finish; Simple

Baseball (H) semi-finals:

chicken matches from 6H00

Trampoline (F): Final ( with Laboose )

from 7:00

Canoeing (H): Slalom K1 ( with Boris Neveu )

Water-Polo (F): Preliminary Tower

from 8h00

Diving (F): Preliminary Tour Tremplin 3M

from 10:00

Football (F): quarter-finals

from 13h00

Tennis Table (H): Final Simple

10 Tokyo Olympians to Watch Ahead of Paris 2024 .
Here's a look at some U.S. athletes or teams who did not win gold medals in Tokyo, but could have their golden moments in three years. With just three years until the next Summer Olympics, it’s never too soon to think of athletes to watch before they make an impact in Paris. Here are 10 U.S. athletes or teams who did not win gold medals in Tokyo, but could have their golden moments in 2024.Erriyon Knighton, track & fieldWith a poor showing in Tokyo, U.S. male sprinters could use a new version of Jesse Owens or Carl Lewis, but would probably settle for Maurice Greene or Justin Gatlin-lite.

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