Alessandra Perilli clinched bronze in the women’s trap shooting, becoming the first person to win an Olympic medal for the microstate of around 34,000 inhabitants. San Marino replaced Bermuda as the record holder, two days after Flora Duffy won the island nation’s second medal, but first gold, in the women’s triathlon.
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Canadian medal contenders Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes continued their unbeaten run in women's Olympic beach volleyball with a dominant win over Swiss duo Joana Heidrich and Anouk Verge-Depre, cruising into the last 16 as pool winners. Switzerland, who also progressed after finishing second in Pool A, saved four match points but were unable to overcome Canada's supreme blocking skills at Shiokaze Park, with Pavan snatching the final point to secure a 21-13 24-22 win. Reigning world champions Pavan and Humana-Paredes are chasing Canada's first Olympic beach volleyball gold in Tokyo, and are relishing their role as tournament favourites.