Tokyo Olympics: Adam Gemili immediately PULLS UP in 200m heats with injury

Heartbreak for Gemili! Team GB star immediately PULLS UP in 200m heats with injury as British sprinter is left inconsolable following ‘worst feeling in the world’ after Tokyo agony By Ollie Lewis For Mailonline Published: 22:40 EDT, 2 August 2021 | Updated: 00:55 EDT, 3 August 2021 Adam Gemili was left in tears after the … Read more

American news outlet trolled for ranking Olympic countries by total medals instead of golds

American news outlets have been mocked for ranking countries at the Tokyo Olympics by total medals won instead of golds. The longstanding practice keeps the US on top of the leaderboard with a two-medal lead as of Tuesday morning, even though China has seven more golds. The New York Times posted a medal count to Facebook … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Laura Muir set to have to deliver the run of her life to beat rival Sifan Hassan

For a fleeting moment, Britain’s Laura Muir might have fancied that prospects of all those years of work translating into Olympic 1500m gold had improved when her rival Sifan Hassan stumbled and fell in her heat with only a lap to go. What ensued was a reminder gold may need divine intervention, as well the … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Holly Bradshaw through to pole vault final with first-ever Team GB medal available

Holly Bradshaw eases through to pole vault final off her first attempt as she attempts to become the FIRST EVER Team GB athlete to win a medal in the event By Tom Sizeland For Mailonline Published: 10:12 EDT, 2 August 2021 | Updated: 10:42 EDT, 2 August 2021 Holly Bradshaw reached Thursday’s pole vault final … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Emily Campbell becomes Team GB’s first-ever Olympic women’s weightlifting medallist

Emily Campbell makes history by becoming Team GB’s first-ever Olympic women’s weightlifting medallist as she wins silver in the +87kg category… with New Zealand’s transgender athlete Laurel Hubbard failing to register a lift Emily Campbell won a silver medal for Great Britain in the +87kg category  Campbell won Team GB’s first-ever women’s Olympic weightlifthing medal  … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Jonny Brownlee reveals he is considering continuing triathlon career at Paris 2024

Jonny Brownlee reveals he is considering continuing his Olympic career at Paris 2024 despite plans to move into ironman competitions… and claims Team GB teammate Alex Yee could become the ‘most successful triathlete EVER’ By Andy Sims, Press Association Sport Published: 11:50 EDT, 2 August 2021 | Updated: 11:54 EDT, 2 August 2021 Jonny Brownlee … Read more

British Cycling threatened with legal action as Dutch brand accuse GB of COPYING design for new bike

British Cycling threatened with legal action as Dutch brand accuse GB of COPYING their patented design for radical new bike Jason Kenny and Co will use on the velodrome in Tokyo By David Coverdale For Mailonline Published: 11:51 EDT, 2 August 2021 | Updated: 13:57 EDT, 2 August 2021 British Cycling have been threatened with … Read more

Fans label US media ‘misleading’ for ranking medals table by total medals rather than golds

Olympics fans label US media ‘misleading’ for ranking their medals table by total won rather than just golds… which puts America in first place and ahead of China, despite having seven less first-place finishes! By Jack Bezants for MailOnline Published: 11:55 EDT, 2 August 2021 | Updated: 12:03 EDT, 2 August 2021 American media has … Read more

Rafael Nadal tells Novak Djokovic off for hurling his racket into the stands in Olympic bronze match

Rafael Nadal chides old rival Novak Djokovic for angrily hurling his racket into the stands during Olympic defeat, calling his reaction ‘strange’ and reminding him he’s ‘an example for many children’ By Richard Martin For Mailonline Published: 05:12 EDT, 2 August 2021 | Updated: 13:18 EDT, 2 August 2021 Rafael Nadal has given Novak Djokovic … Read more

Soufiane El Bakkali becomes the first non-Kenyan man to win the 3,000m steeplechase since 1980

Soufiane El Bakkali becomes the first non-Kenyan man to win the Olympic 3,000m steeplechase as Moroccan ENDS their 37-YEAR reign of dominance after pushing to the front on the final lap in Tokyo Soufiane El Bakkali finished fourth at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro  The Moroccan also came third at the 2019 World … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Valarie Allman wins gold for the United States in the women’s discus

Valarie Allman claims Team USA’s first athletics gold at the Tokyo Olympics in the women’s discus with a best effort of 68.98 metres in a rain-affected final By Reuters Published: 11:40 EDT, 2 August 2021 | Updated: 11:43 EDT, 2 August 2021 Valarie Allman claimed the United States’ first athletics gold medal of the Tokyo … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Equestrian Andrew Hoy becomes Australia’s oldest EVER medallist aged 62

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 … Read more