Australia will hope to win the first medal at today’s Olympics because Tokyo’s schedule is full.
There are many medals today, especially in the swimming pool.
The following is the schedule for Tokyo on Sunday. All time is in AEST.
Swimming final Starting at 11.30 in the morning. Medal competitions for Australians:
— Men’s 400m individual medley, 11.30 am (Brendon Smith)
— Men’s 400m freestyle, 11.52 am (Jack McLaughlin and Ilya Winnington)
— Women’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay, 12.45pm
Other medal events:
Cycling: Women’s Road Race, 2pm
Weightlifter: 61 kg, 4.50 in the afternoon, 67 kg, 8.50 in the evening
Surfer man: Julian Wilson, 9.20 am, Irving Wright, 10 am (preliminaries)
Beach Volleyball Women: Australia vs. Cuba, 12 noon
Hockey Women: Australia vs. Spain, 11 am (pool)
softball: Australia vs. United States, 11 AM (pool)
Surfing women: Sally Fitzgibbons 12pm, Steph Gilmore, 12.40pm (preliminaries)
tennis: Ash Barty, 12 noon, Naomi Osaka, 12 o’clock, James Duckworth, 12 o’clock, Alja Tomljanovic, 1 o’clock (second round)
Water polo man: Australia vs. Montenegro, 4.30pm (pool)
Basketball man: Australia vs. Nigeria, 6.20pm, USA vs. France, 10pm (pool)
Hockey men: Australia vs. India, 7.30 night (pool)
boxing: Harry Garside, 7.54 p.m. (Round 32)
football: Australia vs. Spain, 8.30pm (pool)