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Australia’s men rout India 7-1, Netherlands win

Australia’s men rout India 7-1, Netherlands win

Australia secured a crushing 7-1 victory over India in the men’s hockey tournament yesterday, while Germany handed Britain their first Olympics loss in women’s hockey since the London Games.

Champions Brazil held as Gignac rescues France

Champions Brazil held as Gignac rescues France

Reigning champions Brazil were held to a goalless draw by the Ivory Coast in the men’s Olympic football competition yesterday, while Andre-Pierre Gignac’s hat-trick in a 4-3 win over South Africa kept France’s hopes alive.

Bhuvneshwar shines as India beat Lanka by 38 runs in first T20

Bhuvneshwar shines as India beat Lanka by 38 runs in first T20

Seam bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar led a disciplined bowling performance as India hammered Sri Lanka by 38 runs in the opening Twenty20 international after a Covid scare at the stadium yesterday.

Pooran powers West Indies past Australia

Pooran powers West Indies past Australia

Half-centuries from Nicholas Pooran and Jason Holder guided the West Indies to a series-levelling four-wicket win the second One-Day International of the three-match series against Australia at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Saturday.

Qatar’s beach volleyball pair begin campaign with Swiss precision

Qatar’s beach volleyball pair begin campaign with Swiss precision

Qatar’s Cherif Younousse and Ahmed Tijan kick-started their Tokyo Olympics beach volleyball campaign on a winning note on Sunday.

Qatar beat El Salvador 3-2 to reach semi-finals

Qatar beat El Salvador 3-2 to reach semi-finals

Qatar defeated El Salvador 3-2 in a thrilling quarter-final to seal their place in the 2021 Gold Cup semi-finals at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Saturday night.

Japan celebrates gold rush on day of upsets

Japan celebrates gold rush on day of upsets

A Japanese skateboarder claimed a piece of Olympic history as the host nation enjoyed a gold rush at the Tokyo Games yesterday, while France inflicted the first defeat on a men’s USA basketball team since Athens 2004.

‘Refreshed’ Osaka wins on return as Barty dumped out

‘Refreshed’ Osaka wins on return as Barty dumped out

Japan’s Naomi Osaka won in straight sets on her highly-anticipated return to the court at the Tokyo Olympics yesterday, while world number one Ashleigh Barty crashed out in the first round.

Tunisian Hafnaoui powers to 400m gold

Tunisian Hafnaoui powers to 400m gold

On the day Tunisians marked the moment the monarchy was abolished in 1957, they will have permitted themselves to at least celebrate an Olympic king after a sensational performance in Tokyo from swimmer Ahmed Hafnaoui.

Sheikh Joaan meets Kuwait Olympic Committee chief, visits Qatar athletes at Olympic Village

Sheikh Joaan meets Kuwait Olympic Committee chief, visits Qatar athletes at Olympic Village

Qatar Olympic Committee President HE Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad al-Thani visited Qatar athletes and delegation at the Olympic Village in Tokyo on Saturday.

Younousse eyes glory in Tokyo after Rio disappointment

Younousse eyes glory in Tokyo after Rio disappointment

It may not be easy for Qatar’s Cherif Younousse to let go of the memories of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Younousse and his partner Jefferson Santos Pereira were one of Qatar’s medal hopes five years ago.

China claim early golds, Carapaz wins cycling crown

China claim early golds, Carapaz wins cycling crown

China claimed three gold medals on the first day of the Tokyo Olympics yesterday and cyclist Richard Carapaz became just the second competitor in Ecuador’s history to top the podium, with victory in the road race.

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