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Karriss Artingstall wins featherweight boxing bronze

Karriss Artingstall collected Team GB’s first confirmed boxing medal of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with bronze in the women’s featherweight division. The 26-year-old lost to Japan’s Sena Irie in a tight semi-final but takes home Team GB’s 28th medal of the Games. Artingstall, a gunner in the British Army, lost the first round 10-9

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GB’s Women Into Tokyo 2020 Quarter-Finals

In the first Olympic meeting between the two, GB beat Ireland 2-0 Susannah Townsend and Hannah Martin score; Anna Toman makes 50th GB appearance Finish third in the group and will play Spain in their quarter-final at 13:00 BST on Monday 2 August GB’s men play their quarter-final against India at 13:00 BST on Sunday

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Black Ferns win gold in Tokyo Olympic Sevens

New Zealand beat France 26-12 to win the women’s Olympic rugby sevens gold in Tokyo Fiji win bronze medal with 21-12 victory over Great Britain, claiming Fiji’s second rugby sevens medal in Tokyo following the men’s team’s golden triumph New Zealand needed an extra time golden point score to overcome Fiji in a thrilling semi-final

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More Olympic gold for Bath-based swimmers

James Guy won his second gold medal of Tokyo 2020 and University of Bath graduate Anna Hopkin was also crowned as Olympic Champion as Team GB’s gold rush in the swimming pool continued in magnificent style this morning. Victory came in world-record time too as, after being given a strong start to the mixed 4x100m

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New Zealand, Fiji, Great Britain and France into Sevens semi-finals

New Zealand and France maintain perfect records in pursuit of Olympic gold Rio 2016 Olympic Champions Australia knocked out by impressive Fiji while Great Britain beat the USA to claim semi-final spot Olympic debutants China and the Russian Olympic Committee team showed their potential by reaching the quarter-finals but were beaten by France and New

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Trampoline Bronze for Bryony Page

Bryony Page claimed her second Olympic medal with a brilliant trampolining bronze in Tokyo. The 30-year old became the first Brit to win an Olympic medal in the discipline five years ago when she won silver in Rio. In the years since she has had to overcome a series of injuries, which knocked her confidence

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Defeat for GB in Dutch thriller

Great Britain 0 (0) Netherlands 1 (1) Matla (13’, PS) Having won three from three at the Games so far, the Dutch started firmly on the front foot as Marloes Keetels and Maria Verschoor forced Hinch into early saves. Shona McCallin then produced a brilliant goal line block to keep out one corner before Hinch

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Enthralling opening day of Women’s Sevens

Australia, France, New Zealand and the USA finish first day of Tokyo 2020 women’s rugby sevens competition with perfect records Thrilling encounter between New Zealand and Great Britain saw the Black Ferns Sevens overcome a 21-0 deficit to win 26-21 in a scintillating match Top two in each pool and the two best third-placed teams

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