Australia at the Olympics on day 4: schedule of who and when to watch in Tokyo today

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9:48am – men’s quarter-finals (Owen Wright v Lucca Mesinas); 12:12pm – women’s quarter-finals (Sally Fitzgibbons v Amuro Tsuzuki); 4:46pm – men’s final; 5:31pm – women’s final


7:30am – women (Ashleigh Gentle, Emma Jeffcoat, Jaz Hedgeland)


11:51am – women’s 100m backstroke final (Kaylee McKeown, Emily Seebohm); 11:59am – men’s 100m backstroke final (Mitch Larkin)

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10:30am – men’s Pool A (Argentina v Australia)


2pm – women +67 kg (Reba Stewart)


12:50am – women’s -59 kg (Erika Yamasaki); 12;50am – women’s -64 kg (Kiana Elliott)

Table tennis

3:30pm – women’s singles, third round (Jian Fang Lay v Han Ying)


12:30pm – men’s singles, second round (James Duckworth v Karen Khachanov)

Rugby sevens

11:30am – men’s pool round (Australia v New Zealand); followed by placing and quarter-finals


2:20pm – women’s singles (Hsuan-Yu Wendy Chen v Linda Zetchiri); 12:20pm – women’s doubles (Setyana Mapasa and Gronya Somerville v Maiken Fruergaard and Sara Thygesen)


6:20pm – women’s Group C (Australia v Belgium)


10am: mixed team 10m air pistol qualification and finals (Sergei Evglevski and Elena Galiabovitch, Daniel Repacholi and Dina Aspandiyarova)


From 12:05pm – laser men (Matt Wearn), laser radial women (Mara Stransky), finn men (Jake Lilley), skiff 49er men (Sam Phillips, Will Phillips), skiff 49er FX women (Tess Lloyd, Jaime Ryan)

Canoe slalom

3pm – kayak K1 women’s finals (Jessica Fox)

Cycling mountain bike

4pm - women’s cross-country (Rebecca McConnell)


6pm – women’s group G (Australia v United States)

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