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Marlyse Hourtou, the first Olympic archer from Chad, shot her first arrow for a perfect 10 and took a set off a top-ranked South Korean opponent before bowing out in the women's individual event on Thursday. Although she eventually lost to South Korea's An San in her first matchplay appearance, Hourtou said she felt "no stress", enjoying one of the biggest moments of her life. The 25-year-old, who celebrated her birthday on Thursday, secured a spot at the Tokyo Games through a tripartite invitation, which are special invitational quota places intended to improve universality.
Why was Rory McIlroy not wearing a hat? While that question presented the biggest head-scratcher for many on the first day of the Olympic male golf tournament, the sight of Austrian Sepp Straka on top of the Tokyo leaderboard was just as perplexing for observers of the PGA Tour. Certainly, Paul Casey would not have expected to shoot a sparkling 67 at the Kasumigaseki Country Cub and find himself four behind a player ranked 161st in the world who has missed six of his last seven cuts. Out in the
The short haircut of South Korean archer An San, who has won two gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics, has attracted anti-feminist sentiment at home. Online abuse, calling her hairstyle "feminist", comes against a backdrop of rising anti-feminist sentiment among South Korean young men. The 20-year-old archer won South Korea's first gold on Saturday, then claimed another gold in the women's team event.
The head of this year’s Rugby League World Cup admitted on Thursday that the chances of the tournament taking place were “50-50” following Australia and New Zealand’s controversial withdrawal. Jon Dutton revealed a decision on whether to go ahead with the event, postpone it until 2022, or cancel it altogether would be taken within the next week after describing the non-participation of two of its biggest teams as “irreversible”. Australia and New Zealand pulled out of the tournament last week ci
In a performance oozing calm and confidence, Mallory Franklin claimed the silver medal in the C1 Canoe Slalom, on the first occasion women have been able to compete in this discipline at the Olympic Games. It was a result that the 28-year-old from Windsor celebrated by jumping on to the podium, spreading her arms wide and drawing a smile across her facemask with her finger. And no wonder. In the broiling water of the slalom course, hers was a superb display of paddle control, beaten only by a se
Team GB have revealed their dismay that commentary of their match against Canada in the Olympic Games repeatedly included incorrect names such as “Ellie White”. Great Britain's 1-1 draw on Tuesday, which saw them top the group and set-up a quarter-final meeting with Australia tomorrow, was shown live by Eurosport. It is understood the commentator was working for the Olympic Broadcasting Service, who provided the feed. He referred to GB’s top scorer, Manchester City striker Ellen White, as “Ellie
Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama made a promising start at his home Olympics on Thursday after his recent COVID-19 infection but said he felt the lingering effects of the illness as his momentum stalled later in his round of 69. Matsuyama had four birdies in his first eight holes, but bogeys on the ninth and 11th brought him back into the pack, six strokes behind the leader Sepp Straka at Kasumigaseki Country Club.
Austrian surprise package Sepp Straka upstaged a slew of golf's biggest names at the Olympics on Thursday to take a one-shot lead in a sweltering opening round as home hero Hideki Matsuyama battled to stay in touch after a recent brush with COVID-19. Teeing off in the first group with his twin brother Sam carrying his bag, 28-year-old Straka shot an Olympic record-equalling eight-under 63 at Kasumigaseki Country Club to be one stroke clear of Thailand's Jazz Janewattananond. Belgium's Thomas Pieters and Mexican Carlos Ortiz were a stroke further back on six-under as headline acts Justin Thomas (71) and Rory McIlroy (69) laboured on an oppressive day marred by a long suspension due to the threat of lightning.