What to watch on Day 2 at Tokyo Olympics: Summer McIntosh makes anticipated debut

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After a busy Day 1 of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the action continues with a busy Day 2 schedule.

Here are the Canadians who'll be competing on the second day of the competitions.

8:00 PM ET: Women's 10m Air Pistol Shooting

Lynda Kiejko looks to build on 2016 Olympic performance

After finishing 38th in the Women's 10m air pistol shooting event in Rio, Kiejko will look to improve upon her performance.

8:30 PM ET: Men's Individual Epee Fencing

Marc-Antoine Blais-Belanger aims to advance to Last 32

Competing in his first Olympics, Blais-Belanger will battle China's Dong Chao in the Last 64. The winner will advance to the Last 32.

9:00 PM ET: Men's Doubles Badminton

Jason Ho-Shue and Nyl Yakura look to bounce back after opening match loss

After a straight-sets loss to Indonesia's Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan to start the tournament, Ho-Shue and Yakura will try to earn a victory against Choi Sol-Kyu and Seo Seung-Jae of South Korea.

9:00 PM ET: Men's Lightweight Double Sculls Rowing

Patrick Keane and Maxwell Lattimer aim for semifinals spot

After failing to qualify for the semifinals in their heat, Keane and Lattimer need a strong showing in the repechage round in order to keep their podium hopes alive.

9:25 PM ET: Women's Individual Foil Fencing

Kelleigh Ryan, Eleanor Harvey, and Jessica Zi Jia Guo compete in Last 32

Ryan will face off against Japan's Sera Azuma, Harvey battles France's Pauline Ranvier, and Zi Jia Guo will square off against France's Anita Blaze. 

9:40 PM ET: Women's 100m Butterfly

Maggie Mac Neil and Katerine Savard swim in semis

Both MacNeil and Savard earned a spot in the semifinals during the heats on Day 1, with Mac Neil finishing fifth and Savard finishing 11th.

9:58 PM ET: Men's Street Skateboarding

Matt Berger and Micky Papa look to make history for Canada

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be the first time skateboarding is included as an event. Berger and Papa aim to take the podium in the sport's inaugural appearance.

10:00 PM ET: Women's Single Sculls Rowing

Carling Zeeman set to compete in Quarterfinal 2

Zeeman will be competing in her second Olympics at the Tokyo Games. At the Rio Games in 2016, she finished 10th.

10:40 PM ET: Men's Single Sculls Rowing

Trevor Jones looks to advance in Quarterfinal 2

Jones, 23, will be appearing in his first-ever Olympics.

10:45 PM ET: Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final

Canada looks to reach podium once again

Canada earned a bronze medal at the 2016 Olympics in this event and seem poised to medal at the Tokyo Games. Kayla Sanchez, Taylor Ruck, Rebecca Smith and Penny Oleksiak finished third in the heats.

10:49 PM ET: Women's Flyweight Boxing

Mandy Bujold competes in her second Olympics

Bujold will fight Serbia's Nina Radovanovic in the Last 32. At the Rio Games, Bujold finished fifth in this event.

11:00 PM ET: Women's Singles Badminton

Michelle Li opens up tournament

Li, who'll be competing in her third Olympics, matches up against Guatemala's Nikte Sotomayor.

11:05 PM ET: Women's Laser Radial Sailing

Sarah Douglas represents Canada

Douglas finished 27th at the world championships in 2020.

11:20 PM ET: Women's Double Sculls Rowing

Gabrielle Smith and Jessica Sevick hope to advance to final

Smith and Sevick finished second in Heat 2 to advance to the semifinals. The pairing now has a chance to qualify for the final.

12:00 AM ET: Women's Four Rowing

Canada has one last chance to qualify for final

A third-place finish in Heat 1 has landed Canada a spot in the repechage round.

12:00 AM ET: Men's C1 Canoe Slalom

Cam Smedley looks to improve in second Olympics

Smedley placed 15th during the Rio 2016 Olympics, missing the semifinals by one spot. The 30-year-old will aim to make it out of the heats this time around.

12:00 AM ET: Women's Road Race Cycling

Three Canadians bid for podium

Karol-Ann Canuel, Leah Kirchmann and Alison Jackson will try to medal in the 137-kilometre road race. 

12:10 AM ET: Men's Four Rowing

Canada competes in the repechage round

After finishing fifth in Heat 2, Canada will need a much better effort to qualify for the semifinals.

12:44 AM ET: Women's Featherweight 49-57kg Taekwondo

Skylar Park battles in Last 16

Park, 22-years-old, will face Australia's Stacey Hymer in her first-ever Olympic competition.

12:50 AM ET: Women's K1 Canoe Slalom

Florence Maheu makes her Olympic debut

Appearing in her first Olympics, Maheu will compete in the heats.

1:00 AM ET: Women's Singles Table Tennis

Mo Zhang will compete in Round 2

Zhang is a veteran who's participating in her fourth-ever Olympics. She'll do battle with Yana Noskova of the ROC.

1:30 AM ET: Softball

Canada squares off against division-leading Japan

Canada, who owns a respectable 2-1 record thus far, matches up against the undefeated Japanese, who also have the best run differential (+13).

2:00 AM ET: Women's 3m Springboard Synchro Diving

Jennifer Abel and Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu have sights set on podium

This team features an Olympic veteran and an Olympic newcomer. Abel will be competing in her fourth Games while Citrini-Beaulieu makes her debut. Abel won a bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics with Émilie-Joane Heymans.

2:05 AM ET: Women's RS:X Sailing

Nikola Girke continues her quest for podium

Sailing in her fifth Olympics, Girke begins the opening series on Day 2 of the Games.

4:00 AM ET: Individual Equestrian Dressage

Lindsay Kellock and Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu strive for success in first Olympics

Kellock will compete in Group D with horse Sebastien while Fraser-Beaulieu rides in Group F with horse All In.

4:00 AM ET: Team Equestrian Dressage

Canada continues its run at the Grand Prix

With a score of 2191.5, Canada currently sits 10th on the leaderboard.

6:02 AM ET: Women's 100m Backstroke

Kylie Masse and Taylor Ruck swim in heats

Racing in Heat 4, both Masse and Ruck look to advance to the semifinals. Masse competed at this event at the Rio Games and won a bronze medal.

6:20 AM ET: Mixed Doubles Badminton

Joshua Hurlburt-Yu and Josephine Wu look to avenge opening match loss

Hurlburt-Yu and Wu dropped their opening contest in straight sets to Thailand's Sapsiree Taerattanachai and Dechapol Puavaranukroh. The tandem will seek their first win at these Olympics against Marcus Ellis and Lauren Smith of Great Britain.

6:34 AM ET: Women's 100m Breaststroke

Kierra Smith and Kelsey Wog aim for semifinals

Wog will swim in Heat 4 while Smith swims in Heat 6. This represents Wog's first Olympics, while it's Smith's second Games.

6:51 AM ET: Men's 100m Backstroke

Markus Thormeyer and Cole Pratt swim hope to qualify for Semifinals

Pratt, just 18 years old, will be competing in his first-ever Olympics. Thormeyer will be making his second Games appearance, after representing Canada in 4x100m Freestyle Relay at the Rio Olympics. Both swimmers will be racing in Heat 6.

7:00 AM ET: Women's Doubles Badminton

Rachel Honderich and Kristen Tsai seek first win

After dropping the opening contest to Netherland's Selena Piek and Cheryl Seinen, Honderich and Tsai hope for a better result against Matsumoto Mayu and Nagahara Wakana of Japan.

7:06 AM ET: Women's 400m Freestyle Swimming

Summer McIntosh makes anticipated Olympics debut

At just 14-years-old, McIntosh is the youngest Olympian for Canada at the Games. She'll swim in Heat 3.

7:34 AM ET: Men's 4x100m Freestyle Relay Swimming

Canada looks to make it to final

In 2016, Canada's men's relay swimming team was qualified for the final and finished seventh.

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