Tokyo Olympics Day 12: Your Manual For The Kiwis In Real Life
Lisa Carrington and Caitlin Regal may have won a gold decoration together on Tuesday, however they are set to go up against one another on Wednesday on day 12 of the Tokyo Olympics.
The kayaking pair will have their warms in the K1 500m from 1.54pm today, hoping to complete in the best two and advance directly to the elimination rounds on Thursday.
Mariners Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox are sitting fourth heading into the men’s 470 decoration race at 5.33pm, where they will require a solid completion to win an award.
The men’s interest group will race against Australia on the track for bronze at 8.59pm, while weightlifter David Liti is likewise in real life late around evening time in the +109kg weightlifting occasion, what begins at 10.50pm.
Wednesday likewise brings cycle one for golf player Lydia Ko, who is expecting to add to the silver award she won in Rio five years prior.
Kiwis in action on day 12 of the Tokyo Olympics; Wednesday, August 4
11.40am: Lydia Ko (women’s individual strokeplay – round one)
1.54pm: Caitlin Regal (women’s K1 500m, heat 3)
2.15pm: Lisa Carrington (women’s K1 500m, heat 6)
2.22pm: Max Brown & Kurtis Imrie (men’s K2 1000m, heat 1)
3.50pm: Lisa Carrington, Caitlin Regal (women’s K1 500m quarterfinals if they don’t finish top two in their heats)
4.18pm: Max Brown & Kurtis Imrie (men’s K2 1000m quarterfinals if they don’t finish top two in their heat)
5.33pm: Paul Snow-Hansen & Dan Willcox (Men’s 470 medal race)
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CYCLING – TRACK
6.30pm: Ethan Mitchell, Sam Webster (men’s sprint qualifying, round of 32 if qualified, round of 16 if qualified)
7.25pm: Ellesse Andrews (women’s Keirin first round, heat 4)
8.59pm: Aaron Gate, Regan Gough, Jordan Kerby, Campbell Stewart & Corbin Strong (men’s team pursuit bronze medal race)
EQUESTRIAN – SHOWJUMPING
10pm: Daniel Meech (individual final)
10.50pm: David Liti (men’s +109kg)