Tokyo Olympics: Aussies in action on day 12 and day 11 results

August 3, 2021 BY

Australia's Patty Mills drives to the basket past Germany's Johannes Voigtmann, right, during a men's basketball preliminary round game. Photo: CHARLIE NEIBERGALL/AP

AUSTRALIA - 14 gold,  4 silver, 15 bronze   What’s on today? ATHLETICS Men's 1500m Round 1 - Stewart McSweyn, Jye Edwards, Oliver Hoare Women's Javelin Throw Qualifying Round - Kelsey-Lee Barber, Kathryn Mitchell, Mackenzie Little Women's 400m Round 1 - Bendere Oboya Women's Long Jump Final - Brooke Stratton Men's 110m Hurdles Round 1 - Nick Hough Men's Pole Vault Final - Kurtis Marschall Men's 5000m Round 1 - David McNeill, Morgan McDonald, Patrick Tiernan CANOE SPRINT Men's Kayak Single 1000m semi-final - Tom Green, Jean van der Westhuyzen (1100 AEST). Final to follow Women's Kayak Double 500m semi-final - Alyce Wood and Alyssa Bull, Jo Bridgen-Jones and Jaime Roberts (1123 AEST). Final to follow WEIGHTLIFTING Men's 109 kg - Matthew Lydement (1450 AEST) CYCLING TRACK Women's Team Pursuit first round and finals (Ashlee Ankudinoff, Georgia Baker, Annette Edmonson, Alexandra Manly, Maeve Plouffe) (1630 AEST) Men's Team Pursuit first round (Leigh Howard, Kelland O'Brien, Luke Plapp, Alexander Porter, Sam Welsford) (1722 AEST) Men's Team Sprint qualifying and finals (Matthew Richardson, Nathan Hart, Matthew Glaetzer) (1658 AEST) SAILING 470 Men: Race 9-10 - Matthew Belcher, Will Ryan (1305 AEST) 470 Women: Race 9-10 - Monique de Vries, Nia Jerwood (1315 AEST) Finn Men Medal race - Jake Lilley (1530 AEST) Foiling Nacra 17 Mixed Medal Race - Jason Waterhouse, Lisa Darmanin (1630 AEST) SPORT CLIMBING Men's Qualification Speed, Bouldering, Lead - Tom O'Halloran (1800 AEST) BOXING Men's Light quarterfinal - Harry Garside v Zakir Safiullin (Kaz) (1935 AEST) ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS Men's Horizontal Bar - Tyson Bull (1939 AEST) HOCKEY Men's Semifinals - Australia v Germany (2000 AEST) WATER POLO Women's Quarterfinals - Australia v Russian Olympic Committee (2050 AEST) ARTISTIC SWIMMING Duet Technical Routine - Emily Rogers, Amie Thompson (2030 AEST) BASKETBALL Men's Quarterfinals - Australia v Argentina (2200 AEST) BEACH VOLLEYBALL Women's Quarterfinals - Mariafe Artacho del Solar and Taliqua Clancy v Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes (Can) (2300 AEST)   How the Aussies fared on Day 11
ATHLETICS Women's 1500m Round 1 - Linden Hall - advanced to semi-finals, Jessica Hull - advanced to semi-finals, Georgia Griffith - eliminated Women's 200m Round 1 - Riley Day - advanced to semi-finals Women's Pole Vault Qualifying Round - Nina Kennedy, Elizaveta Parnova - both eliminated Men's 400m semi-finals - Steve Solomon - eliminated Women's 200m semi-finals - Riley Day - eliminated SHOOTING Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Qualification - Sergei Evglevski - 17th (eliminated) Men's 50m Rifle 3 Position Qualification - Dane Sampson - 27th (eliminated), Jack Rossiter - 29th (eliminated) CANOE SPRINT Men's Kayak Single 1000m - Thomas Green, Jean van der Westhuyzen - both advance to semi-finals Women's Kayak Double 500m - Jamie Roberts and Jo Brigden-Jones, Aly Bull and Alyce Wood - both advance to semi-finals HOCKEY Women's Quarterfinals - Australia lost to India 1-0 SAILING - all sailing postponed to Tuesday due to lack of wind DIVING Men's 3m Preliminary - Shixin Li - 27th (eliminated) CYCLING TRACK Women's Team Pursuit Qualifying (Ashlee Ankudinoff, Georgia Baker, Annette Edmonson, Alexandra Manly, Maeve Plouffe) - 7th fastest in qualifying, advance to first round v New Zealand Men's Team Pursuit Qualifying (Leigh Howard, Kelland O'Brien, Luke Plapp, Alexander Porter, Sam Welsford) 5th fastest in qualifying, advance to first round v Switzerland EQUESTRIAN Eventing Individual and Team Final: Team - Australia (Andrew Hoy, Shane Rose, Kevin McNabb), Individual - Andrew Hoy - 3rd, Shane Rose -10th, Kevin McNabb - 14th ARTISTIC SWIMMING Duet Free Routine Preliminary - Emily Rogers and Amie Thompson - 21st WEIGHTLIFTING Women's +87 kg - Charisma Amoe-Tarrant - 6th WATER POLO Men's Preliminaries; Group A - Australia bt Kazakhstan 15-7 FOOTBALL Women's Semifinals - Australia lost to Sweden 1-0 BASKETBALL Women's Preliminaries Group C - Australia bt Puerto Rico 96-69
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