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2021 Olympics Live Updates – Colin Morikawa starts golf at the Games, Caleb Dressel goes for gold again, plus more from Tokyo

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Is the Olympics a fifth discipline? Depends on the person you ask. Either way, golf — which made a comeback in 2016 following a 112-year absence — begins in Tokyo at 6:30 ET tonight.

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New US Open and World Open champion Colin Morikawa starts at 9:25 p.m. ET. Also on the field is Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama who will try to add a gold medal to the host country. Not on the field are a few big names, including US Open champion John Ram and Bryson DeChambeau, both of whom came out following testing positive for COVID-19.

In the pool, Team USA will resume its quest for all gear, as athletes compete in the men’s 800m freestyle final, men’s 200m final, women’s 200m butterfly final, and men’s 100m freestyle final (Caeleb Dressel’s first event). For the medal since taking gold in the men’s 4 x 100m freestyle relay) and the women’s 4 x 200m freestyle relay final.

From golf to kayaking, you already know we’ve got you covered:

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The first-ever men’s 800-meter freestyle event will be remembered for a lengthy time – American Bobby Fink, who wasn’t in the top three in the final round, sprinted in the final 25 meters to claim the gold in 7:41.87. He became the first American man to triumph the free distance gold medal since 1984. Aishwarya Kumar


The synchronized diving duo of the men’s starting point in the US of Andrew Capobianco and Michael Hickson were in sync in a way that would make Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, and company elated, as they showed up to grab the silver.

Claes, Sponsell rolls to triumph

US beach volleyball duo Kelly Claes and Sarah Sponsell didn’t waste much time beating Kenyans Brackcides Khadambi and Gaudencia Makokha, and took a 21-8, 21-6 triumph to move to 2-0 in Pool D.

Matsuyama announced his existence

The first round of men’s Olympic golf has begun in Tokyo, and Japan’s favorite son, Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama, will take gold in his home country. It looks like he’s ready to go.

Meanwhile, Team USA has one distinct fan, one who’s won a gold medal or two in the former.

Sing it out loud, sing it proudly

The Fiji rugby team is very pleasing at what they do, as proven by their 27-12 triumph over New Zealand in the Rugby Sevens gold medal match. But the Flying Fijians are so brilliant that they came out in song to celebrate their gold. Seriously, they could book a party at the next Catalina Wine Mixer.

Meanwhile, distinguished technological things are happening in the women’s Olympic rugby world. Don’t ask, just have fun.

Do you lift up, brother?

China’s Shi Zhiyong certainly does. Cheung, who competed in the 73 kg class, broke his own world record by lifting 364 kg (802.48 lb) en route to winning the gold medal. Not only that, but Shi added some flair to his leverage.

jerk of triumph

Who said there is no passion in badminton? Not us, and certainly not Kevin Cordon of Guatemala, who gave us a flawless showcase of what the Olympics unkind by this reaction to Hong Kong’s annoyance Angus Ng Ka Lung.


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