Olympia 2021: All decisions at night at a glance

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From: Florian Shimak

Olympia 2021: All decisions at night at a glance – here were the medals © Imago-Images / Bildbyran

The 2021 Olympics in Tokyo are exciting. During the night from Tuesday to Wednesday, some medal decisions are yet to be made. Who won gold, silver or bronze?

  • Olympia 2021: The sixth day in Tokyo begins – many medals are won again
  • There were gold, silver and bronze medals in rowing, swimming and the women’s individual time trial.
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Munich / Tokyo – This is usually the destination of a long journey – the Olympic Games. Highlight in the life of every athlete. The fight about Gold, silver, and bronze* Leads all athletes. Five days have passed so far in Tokyo Olympia 2021* So already need to win a few medals.

As well as The fifth day was a battle for the precious metal* Hot again! Medals were again awarded on the night (July 28) in the individual time trial of rowing, swimming and road cyclists.

A Brief Summary: Tokyo has a seven-hour time difference, with some matches taking place in the morning and afternoon, and sometimes in the early morning (local time). It’s midnight with us. From Tuesday to Wednesday (CET) night we summarize the decisions and medals of Olympia 2021.

Rowing

Double skull, women

Gold: Nicoletta-Ancutta Bodnar / Simona Gianna Radis (Romania)

Silver: Brooke Donog / Hannah Osborne (New Zealand)

Bronze: Roose de Jong / Lisa Schinard (Netherlands)

Double skull, males

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Gold: Hugo Boucheron / Matthew Androdius (France)

Friday: Melvin Tweller / Stefan Bronink (Netherlands)

Bronze: Liu Xiu / Zhang Liang (China)

Four people who do not hold the helm

Gold: Australian (Lucy Stephen, Rosemary Pope, Jessica Morrison, Annabelle McIntyre)

Friday: Netherlands (Ellen Hogerwerf, Caroline Florigin, Yenkje Clevering, Veronica Meister)

Bronze: Ireland (Eiffrey Kiyog, Emir Lambe, Fiona Murtagh, Emily Hegarti)

Four people who do not hold the helm

Gold: Australian (Alexander Purnell, Spencer Turin, Jack Hargreaves, Alexander Hill)

Friday: Romanian (Mihaita-Vasily Tiganescu, Mugurel Vasily Senseyuk, Stefan-Constantine Berariu, Cosmin Paskari)

Bronze: Italian (Matteo Castaldo, Bruno Rossetti, Matteo Lodo, ​​Giuseppe Close)

Quadruple skull, men, final

Gold: Netherlands (Uttenbogard, Weirsma, Whitten, Metsmakers)

Friday: Great Britain (Leesk, Groom, Barras, Beaumont)

Bronze: Australian (Cleary, Antilles, Guardstone, Lecture)

Quadruple skull, women, final

Gold: China (Chen Yungxia, Zhong Ling, Liu Yang, Qi Xiaotong)

Friday: Poland (Agnieszka Kobas-Savojskaya, Marta Viliksko, Maria Sajdak, Katarsina Silman)

Bronze: Australian (Rhea Thompson, Rowena Meredith, Harriet Hudson, Caitlin Cronin)

To swim

200m freestyle, women

Gold: Ariarne Titmus (Australian)

Friday: Siobhan Bernardette Houge (Hong Kong)

Bronze: Penny Olexiak (Canada)

200m Butterfly, Men

Gold: Christoph Milak (Angorn)

Friday: Tomoru Honda (Japan)

Bronze: Federico Bardiso (Italian)

200m medley, women

Gold: Yui Ohashi (Japan)

Friday: Alex Walsh (USA)

Bronze: Kate Douglas (USA)

1500m freestyle, women

Gold: Katie Ledecky (USA)

Friday: Erica Sullivan (USA)

Bronze: Sarah Kohler (Frankfurt)

4 x 200m Freestyle, Men

Gold: Great Britain (Dean, Guy, Richards, Scott)

Friday: ROC (Maljutin, Girev, Rylo, Dougaljuk)

Bronze: Australia (Graham, Chamorro, Inserti, Neil)

Cycling

Individual time trials, women

Gold: Annemiek van Vleuten (Netherlands)

Friday: Marlene Tusser (Switzerland)

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Bronze: Anna van der Bregen (Netherlands)

Personal Time Trial, Men (7:00 am)

Gold: Primož Roglič (Slovenia)

Friday: Tom Domoulin (Netherlands)

Bronze: Rohan Dennis (Australia)

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