Olympia 2021: All decisions of the night at a glance – here were the medals

Olympia 2021: All decisions of the night at a glance - here were the medals
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The 2021 Olympics in Tokyo are in full swing. Some medal decisions were pending from Tuesday to Wednesday night. Who won the gold, silver or bronze?

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Munich / Tokyo – This is usually the goal of a long journey – the Olympic Games. Highlight in every athlete’s life. The battle for Gold, Silver and Bronze* inspires all athletes. It’s been five days in Tokyo so far Olympia 2021* So to win some medals already.

The battle for precious metals* heats up again on the 5th day! On the night (28 July) the medals were again awarded in the individual time trial of sailing, swimming and road cyclists.

As a short summary: there is a time difference of seven hours after Tokyo and some competitions are held in the morning and afternoon, sometimes in the morning (local time). With us it is midnight. We present a summary of the decisions and medals in Olympics 2021 in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday (CET).

rowing

double sculls, women

Sleep: Nicoletta-Ankata Bodnar / Simona Genina Radice (Romania)

Silver: Brooke Donoghue/Hannah Osborne (New Zealand)

Brass: Ross de Jong/Lisa Sheinard (Netherlands)

double sculls, men

Sleep: Hugo Boucheron / Mathieu Androdias (France)

Silver: Melvin Twelar / Stefan Broenink (Netherlands)

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A bronze: Liu Zhiyu/Zhang Liang (China)

foursome without a helmsman

Sleep: Australian (Lucy Stephens, Rosemary Popa, Jessica Morrison, Annabelle McIntyre)

Silver: Netherlands (Alain Hogerwerf, Karolian Florijn, Yamkje Cleavering, Veronique Meester)

A bronze: Ireland (Afrik Keogh, Eimer Lambe, Fiona Murtagh, Emily Hegarty)

foursome without a helmsman

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

Silver: Romanian (Mihaeta-Vasile Tignescu, Mugurel Vasile Cemcik, Stefan-Constantin Berariu, Kosmin Pascari)

A bronze: Italian (Matteo Castaldo, Bruno Rossetti, Matteo Lodo, ​​Guiseppe Close)

quadruple sculls, men’s, final

Sleep: Netherlands (Utenbogaard, Wiersma, Wieten, Metsemaker)

Silver: Great Britain (Lisk, Groom, Barras, Beaumont)

A bronze: Australian (Clery, Antille, Girdlestone, Lecher)

quadruple sculls, women’s final

Sleep: China (Chen Yunxia, ​​Zhang Ling, Liu Yang, Cui Xiaotong)

Silver: Poland (Agnieszka Kobus-Zawojska, Marta Wieliczko, Maria Sjadak, Katarzyna Zillmann)

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

swimming

200m Freestyle, Women’s

Sleep: Ariane Titmus (Australian)

Silver: Siobhan Bernadette Haughey (Hong Kong)

A bronze: Penny Oleksiak (Canada)

200m Butterfly, Male

Sleep: Kristof Milak (Ungarn)

Silver: Tomoru Honda (Japan)

A bronze: Federico Berdiso (Italian)

200m Medley, Women’s

Sleep: Yui Ohshi (Japan)

Silver: Alex Walsh (USA)

A bronze: Kate Douglas (USA)

1500m Freestyle, Women’s

Sleep: Katie Ledecky (USA)

Silver: Erica Sullivan (USA)

A bronze: Sarah Koehler (Frankfurt)

4 x 200m Freestyle, Men

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

Silver: ROC (Maljutin, Giru, Rylo, Dogaljuk)

A bronze: Australia (Graham, Chalmers, Uncertain, Neil)

cycling

individual time trial women

Sleep: Anemic van Vleuten (Netherlands)

Silver: Marlene Reiser (Switzerland)

A bronze: Anna van der Bregen (Netherlands)

Individual Time Trial, Male (7:00 a.m.)

Sleep:

Silver:

A bronze:

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