Australia at the Olympics on Thursday: day 13 schedule of who and when to watch in Tokyo today

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<span>Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images</span>
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Here is our full guide to all the Australians in action on day 13 of the Olympics. Check our schedule for Thursday to see what time each event is on, so you know exactly when to tune in to watch today. All times are AEST.

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10am – men’s decathlon last five events (Ash Moloney, Cedric Dubler); 10:10am – women’s high jump qualifying round (Nicola McDermott, Eleanor Patterson); 11am – women’s 4x100m relay round 1 (Australia); 5:30pm – men’s 20km race walk final (Declan Tingay, Kyle Swan); 9pm – men’s 1500m semi-finals (Stewat McSweyn, Oliver Hoare);

Marathon swimming

7:30am – men’s 10 km (Kai Edwards)

Beach volleyball

11am – women’s semi-finals (Mariafe Artacho Del Solar/Taliqua Clancy v Tina Graudina/Anastasija Kravcenova)


11am – women’s 10m semi-final (Melissa Wu); 4pm – final

Canoe Sprint

11:19am – women’s K1 500m semi-final (Alyssa Bull, Alyce Wood); 11:26am – men’s K2 1,000m semi-final (Thomas Green and Jean van der Westhuyzen); 1:29pm – women’s K1 500m final; 1:55pm – men’s K2 1,000m final


10am – men’s park prelims and final (Keegan Palmer, Kieran Woolley)


2:15pm – men’s semi-finals (Australia v United States)


8:30am – women’s individual second round (Hannah Green, Minjee Lee)

Modern Pentathlon

2pm – men’s fencing ranking round (Edward Fernon); 5:30pm – women’s fencing ranking round (Marina Carrier)

Cycling track

4:30pm – men’s omnium to final (Sam Welsford); 5:16pm – women’s Keirin quarter-finals and final (Kaarle McCulloch)

Water polo

7:20pm – women’s semi-final (Australia v Canada)


6pm – women’s bronze medal (Australia v United States)


8pm – men’s final (Australia v Belgium)

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