Olympics Latest: Latvia wins gold in men's 3-on-3
TOKYO (AP) - The latest on the Tokyo Olympics, which are taking place under severe restrictions after a year delay due to the coronavirus pandemic:
Latvia's Karlis Lasmanis fired a shot behind the bow to end the game and to seal a 21:18 win over the Russians in their 3v3 basketball debut at the Olympics.
Lasmanis spotted and waved the shot, then was hung up by his three Latvian teammates. You will take home the country’s first medal at the Tokyo Games.
The US team around Stefanie Dolson, Allisha Gray, Kelsey Plum and Jackie Young won the first women's gold medal in the new Olympic sport of 3-on-3 basketball.
Plum picked up all five points early to help the Americans take the lead and they held on for an 18-15 win over the team representing the Russian Olympic Committee.
Plum led all goal scorers in this tournament. She finished the five-day event with 55 points, in which the US played nine games and lost only one.
China beat France 16:14 for the bronze medal and Serbia beat Belgium 21:10 in the men's third place match.
Japanese teenager Daiki Hashimoto won a gold medal in the men's all-around competition.
19-year-old Hashimoto used an exciting stretching exercise during the last rotation to defeat Xiao Ruoteng from China and the reigning world champion Nikita Nagornyy.
Hashimoto's grand total of 88,465 points included 14,933 on the high bar. That was good enough for him to push past Xiao and take the lead. The gold is the third consecutive Olympic title for the Japanese gymnast. Kohei Uchimura won in 2012 and 2016.
The victory was also a small release for Hashimoto. He thought his horizontal bar raised Japan to gold during the team finals, but Nagornyy's rock-solid floor exercise was just enough to win the title for the team representing the Russian Olympic Committee.
Shi Zhiyong of China set a world record and won his second gold medal in weightlifting in the men's 73-kilogram category.
Shi lifted 166 kg in the snatch and 198 kg in the clean and jerk, for a total of 364 kg. That was a kilogram more than his previous record.
Julio Mayora from Venezuela took silver and Rahmat Erwin Abdullah from Indonesia won bronze.
Shi won gold at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro in the then 69 kg category before the classes were reorganized.
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl from Germany sold Charlotte Dujardin from Great Britain for gold in the individual dressage test.
German team colleague Isabell Werth came in second with 89.657%. In her Olympic debut she was behind Von Bredow-Werndls 91.732%. Dujardin finished third with 88.543% after winning the title in 2012 and 2016.
Von Bredow-Werndl also helped Germany win the team competition for the country's ninth title at 10 Olympic Games on Tuesday. She also beat Werth for the best individual ranking.
Werth won her 12th medal in the equestrian record, but again fell short of the first podium. The long-time German rider has five silver medals in individual competitions, but only gold once at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
A German cycling official has apologized for the racist insult at the Olympic Games.
Patrick Moster, sports director of the German Cycling Association, was shown in television broadcasts in which he asked the driver Nikias Arndt to catch other drivers on the route with a maliciousness typical of people of North African or Arab origin. An Algerian started before Arndt.
Moster apologized in comments to the German news agency dpa. "In the heat of the moment," he "made the wrong choice of words," he says.
The President of the German Olympic Committee, Alfons Hörmann, welcomed the apology but said he plans to have further talks with Moster.
Lasha Bekauri from Georgia won an Olympic gold medal in judo in the 90-kilogram middleweight division by defeating Eduard Trippel from Germany in the final.
The 21-year-old Bekauri crowned his impressive rise into the judo elite with a Waza Ari on Trippel at the beginning of the last fight in Budokan. He held on to win the fourth gold medal in judo for Georgia.
Japan failed to win a gold medal in a men's weight category for the first time in Tokyo when Krisztián Tóth from Hungary beat Shoichiro Mukai in the round of 16 with ippon 2:55. The strong Japanese team won the first four men's gold medals in Tokyo.
Trippel defeated Tóth in the quarterfinals and secured his first Olympic medal. Tóth and Davlat Bobonov from Uzbekistan won bronze.
Tennis games in Tokyo have later start times from Thursday to protect players from extreme heat and humidity.
The International Tennis Federation says the games will start at 3 p.m. The games had started at 11 a.m.
Several players struggled with heat stroke on Wednesday.
Daniil Medvedev almost passed out in his win over Fabio Fognini, while Paula Badosa left the pitch in a wheelchair after her quarter-final against Marketa Vondrousova.
The temperature rose to 88 ° F (31 ° C), but the heat index made it feel like 99 ° F (37 ° C).
South Korea beat Italy 45:26 and won the men's team final in saber fencing. It is the South Koreans' first gold at the Tokyo Olympics in a sport other than archery.
Saber fencer no. 1 Oh Sanguk brought South Korea a big lead with a 5-0 win over Italian Aldo Montano in the second fight. His teammates Gu Bongil, Kim Junghwan and Kim Junho extended their lead.
South Korea retained the title it won in 2012. At the last games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, Team Saber was not in the Olympic program.
It was South Korea's fourth gold medal in Tokyo. The other three were won in the team archery competitions.
Hungary won its third fencing medal in Tokyo with a 45:40 victory over Germany for the bronze medal.
Chizuru Arai won Japan's sixth gold medal in judo at the Tokyo Olympics and defeated Austrian Michaela Polleres in the final of the 70-kilogram women's middleweight division.
Arai reached her first Olympic final with three Ippon victories and survived a nearly 17-minute semi-final fight against Russian athlete Madina Taimazova. The two-time world champion then won gold against Polleres with an early Waza Ari in the Budokan.
Arai is only the second Japanese woman to have won gold in five weight classes in Tokyo. The men won the first four gold medals in Tokyo, but they won't win a fifth after Shoichiro Mukai fell short before the medal rounds.
With eight medals from 10 weight classes, Japan still comes from the first five days in its domestic martial arts. The final three days of the Olympic tournament offer five more chances for gold, including the very first mixed team competition on Saturday.
Taimazova and Sanne van Dijke from the Netherlands won bronze for their first Olympic medals.
The Canadian gymnast Ellie Black has withdrawn from the all-around finals.
The International Gymnastics Federation announced on Wednesday. No reason was given for Black's withdrawal.
The 25-year-old black woman is taking part in her third Olympic Games. As a silver medalist at the 2017 World Championships, Black finished 24th during qualification at the Ariake Gymnastics Center.
Black is replaced in the final by Lieke Wevers from the Netherlands. The decision came hours after reigning Olympic champion Simone Biles withdrew from the all-around competition to focus on her mental health.
The US women play with the Russian athletes for the first gold medal in the new Olympic sport of 3-on-3 hoops.
Kelsey Plum and Allisha Gray each took free throws to give the United States an 18-16 win over France.
Then Russian Olga Frlkina made a 2-pointer to seal a 21:14 win over China.
The United States and teams from the Soviet Union have won every 5v5 women's medal since the sport was introduced into the 1976 Olympic program.
Russia's men's team angered Serbia at 21:10 to secure its place in the gold medal game. Officially known as the "ROC" - Russian Olympic Committee - the team will play against Latvia in the final. Latvia defeated Belgium 21-8.
Olympics organizers say another 16 people accredited for the Tokyo Games have tested positive for COVID, bringing the total to 174 since July 1.
The total number includes 20 athletes, although there have been no new positive tests among the athletes in the cases announced on Wednesday. Tens of thousands of people are accredited for the games.
Tokyo also posted a record daily high of 3,177 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, up from an earlier high of 2,848 on Tuesday.
The judo federation has officially warned a coach who hit an athlete hard in the face twice in preparation for an Olympic fight.
German judoka Martyna Trajdos later defended coach Claudiu Pusa from criticism, saying it was her request to "cheer me on" before stepping on the mat.
This did not satisfy the International Judo Federation, which shocked Olympic spectators the day after the incident.
The IJF said it issued "a serious official warning" for the German national coach about "the bad behavior he has shown".
Judo "is an educational sport and cannot tolerate such behavior," says the umbrella organization.
Trajdos, who lost the fight, later wrote on Instagram that "Looks like this isn't tough enough" regarding the slaps.
Fiji beat New Zealand 27:12 to defend the title they won when the rugby sevens made their Olympic debut in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.
The gold in Rio was Fiji's first Olympic medal in a sport. Now the Pacific island nation has two.
Jerry Tuwai was on the squad five years ago and led Fiji to defend their title in Tokyo, where they continued their unbeaten streak at the Olympics.
The silver medal was a huge improvement for New Zealand, who missed the podium in 2016 after a surprise opening game defeat to Japan and a quarter-final defeat to Fiji.
All medals went to the southern hemisphere, with Argentina beating the 2016 finalist Great Britain 17:12 to win bronze.
South Africa, the bronze medalist in Rio, defeated the USA in the playoff with 28: 7 for fifth place.
Tennis player Novak Djokovic's application for the Golden Slam is alive.
The high-ranking Serb defeated his training partner Alejandro Davidovich Fokina from Spain 6: 3, 6: 1 and reached the quarter-finals at the games in Tokyo.
Djokovic tries to become the first man to achieve a Golden Slam by winning all four Grand Slam tournaments and Olympic gold in the same calendar year.
He has already won the Australian Open and the French Open as well as Wimbledon this year. So now he needs the Tokyo Games title and the U.S. Open trophy to complete the unique collection.
Djokovic will later play again with the Serbian partner Nina Stojanovic against Marcelo Melo and Luisa Stefani from Brazil in the opening round of the mixed doubles.
Djokovic's opponent in the quarter-final in the singles will be Kei Nishikori from Japan.
Nishikori reached his third consecutive Olympic quarter-finals by defeating Ilya Ivashka of Belarus.
Primoz Roglic crowned an incredible month for Slovenian cycling by winning the Olympic time trial.
He added a gold medal to the bronze that Tour de France winner Tadej Pogecar won in the road race.
Roglic's closest rival was Dutch time trial specialist Tom Dumoulin, who won his second consecutive Olympic silver medal more than a minute behind. Rohan Dennis from Australia won the bronze medal.
The favorite before the race, the Italian time trial champion Filippo Ganna, weakened in the last few kilometers and came in fifth.
Tennis player Daniil Medvedev has turned down a question from a reporter who asked whether "Russian athletes carry the stigma of cheaters at these games".
The second ranked player on the Russian Olympic Committee replied that "for the first time in my life I will not answer a question and you should be ashamed of yourself."
Medvedev then nodded to a Tokyo 2020 employee to say, “I think you should (ban) him from the Olympics or the tennis tournament. I don't want to see him again at my interview. "
The consequences of a state-sponsored doping scandal led to a ban on Russia playing under the country's name at the Games in Tokyo and the Winter Games in Beijing next year.
The 335 Tokyo-accredited athletes officially compete for the Russian Olympic Committee known as the ROC. The word "Russia" is forbidden in their uniforms.
Medvedev had just played through extreme heat to reach the quarter-finals.
A second Swiss athletics team member who was supposed to take part in the Olympic Games in Tokyo was banned in a doping case.
The Sports Arbitration Tribunal says it has reinstated a temporary suspension for Alex Wilson, who was scheduled to compete in the men's 100m and 200m.
Wilson tested positive for the anabolic steroid trenbolone in March. The court says it was caused by eating contaminated beef in the United States.
World Athletics and the World Anti-Doping Agency intervened in court to ensure Wilson couldn't compete in Tokyo after a Swiss tribunal lifted his temporary suspension.
Swiss Kariem Hussein, a former European champion in the 400-meter hurdles, is now serving a nine-month suspension after testing positive for a stimulant in a case uncovered last week.
China won its third gold medal in diving at the Tokyo Olympics.
Wang Zongyuan and Xie Siyi won the men's 3-meter synchronized diving board. They finished with 467.82 points after leading during the six-dive competition.
Andrew Capobianco and Michael Hixon from the USA received silver at 444.36. It's the same color medal that Hixon won five years ago in Rio with another partner.
The Germans Patrick Hausding and Lars Rüdiger rallied from sixth place and took bronze with 404.73.
China previously won gold in the women's 10-meter synchro and the women's 3-meter synchro. The Chinese took silver in the men's 10-meter synchro.
The US women's water polo team lost for the first time since 2008 at the Olympics and fell 10-9 in the group game against Rebecca Parkes and Hungary.
The US were a big favorite to win their third straight gold medal when they got to Tokyo, but they were pushed hard by China during a robust 12-7 win on Monday and then battled Hungary. Despite the defeat, it should still be possible to advance into the knockout round.
Hungary were 9-8 behind with 2:28 to go, but captain Rita Keszthelyi hit from deep and Parkes won the game when she scored a no-look goal 45 seconds from time. Parkes finished three goals with a team high.
The US had the ball in the final seconds but turned it over.
It was the USA's first Olympic defeat since the 2008 final against the Netherlands. There was a draw in London but it was 6-0 on the way to the Rio title.
Simone Biles will not defend her Olympic title.
The American gymnastics superstar withdrew from Thursday's all-around competition to focus on her mental wellbeing.
USA Gymnastics said in a statement that the 24-year-old is choosing not to compete. The decision comes a day after Biles moved away from the team final after a rotation because she felt she wasn't mentally ready.
Jade Carey, who finished ninth in qualifying, will take Biles ’place in the all-around competition. Carey was initially unable to qualify as she was the third-placed American behind Biles and Sunisa Lee. The rules of the International Gymnastics Federation limit the countries to two athletes per event in the final.
The organization said Biles will be assessed daily before deciding whether to attend next week's individual events. Biles qualified for the finals on all four machines.
Quarantined Olympic skateboarder Candy Jacobs says she had to take steps to get some fresh air in an isolated hotel in Japan.
The Dutch athlete was removed from the Olympic Village after testing positive for COVID-19 a week ago.
Jacobs says in a video message posted on Instagram that "having no outside air is so inhuman".
She says she refused to move into a room where the window wouldn't open on her seventh day of quarantine.
After more than seven hours, she says, the officers agreed that she could stand under supervision at an open window for 15 minutes a day.
Jacobs says: "The first breath of outside air was the saddest and most beautiful moment in my life."
The 31-year-old skateboarder missed the street event on the sport's Olympic debut.
Jacobs says watching the event on TV was "a super cool distraction" from the quarantine.
At the Olympic boxing tournament in Tokyo, two world champions were eliminated in the round of 16. That breaks the brackets in the men's featherweight and men's light heavyweight division.
Irish featherweight Kurt Walker caused one of the biggest surprises of the tournament with a 4-1 win over Uzbek world champion Mirazizbek Mirzakhalilov.
Two hours later, the Russian light heavyweight Imam Khataev surprised the Kazakh world champion Bekzad Nurdauletov with a 4-1 victory. 26-year-old Khataev has nearly a decade of high-level amateur experience but no victories comparable to this surprise.
Walker controlled the first round and held out in the end to get a 29-28 decision on four of the five judge cards. Walker would not have attended the Olympics if they had been held on time: his daughter Layla was born three months early in May 2020 and had to be hospitalized for months before she was born healthy.
Nesthy Petecio of the Philippines and the Italian Irma Testa also won their nations' first Olympic boxing medals by advancing to the semi-finals in featherweight.
The U.S. men's volleyball team improved to 2-1 in the pool game at the Olympics by beating Tunisia 3-1.
The Americans recovered from a loss to the Russians on Wednesday. They beat the lowest ranked team in their group 25-14, 23-25, 25-14, 25-23.
The win keeps the US in a good position to advance to the quarterfinals as one of the top four teams in Pool B. Tunisia have lost all three games so far in Tokyo.
Annemiek van Vleuten took an emphatic victory in the women's time trial at the Tokyo Olympics. That gave her some revenge for some misunderstandings that may have cost her gold in road racing last weekend.
The Dutch rider led by more than six seconds at the first time control, then accelerated to a staggering 28 seconds before putting down the hammer to finish at Fuji International Speedway in 30 minutes and 13.49 seconds.
The sixth from last driver on the track, van Vleuten, had to sit in the hot seat for several minutes while those who started after her were done. Neither of them really stood a chance. Marlen Reusser from Switzerland was more than 56 seconds behind the silver medal and van Vleuten's teammate Anna van der Breggen took bronze.
Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee, and the Japanese great baseball Sadaharu Oh are at the start of the Olympic baseball tournament and were on the field for the ceremonial first pitch in Fukushima.
They were joined by Seiko Hashimoto, president of the Tokyo Organizing Committee, and Riccardo Fraccari, president of the World Baseball Softball Confederation, when a local high school baseball player threw the first blow - a full wrap from the tip of the rubber.
Bach, who wore gleaming white gloves on both hands, nudged the 14-year-old with his fist before Team Japan stepped onto the field for their game against the Dominican Republic.
It is the only Olympic baseball game played in Fukushima that was devastated by an earthquake and subsequent tsunami and nuclear accident in 2011. The remainder of the tournament will be played at Yokohama Baseball Stadium in Tokyo.
Baseball was put back on the Olympic slate that year for the first time since 2008. The sport will be suspended again for the 2024 Games in Paris, but is slated to return to Los Angeles in 2028.
Britain won the men's 4 x 200m freestyle relay at the Olympics for the first time since 1908, but narrowly missed a world record.
With a strong group that included the 1-2 finishers in the 200 freestyle, Great Britain blew the field away in 6 minutes 58.58 seconds. That was just below the American world record (6: 58.55) at the 2009 World Cup.
The 200-meter gold medalist Tom Dean led for the British. James Guy and Matthew Richards took the middle legs before the 200-meter silver medalist Duncan Scott swam the anchor leg. It was the first British gold at the event since it premiered at the first London Games.
Russia took silver in 7: 01.81 while Australia took bronze in 7: 01.84.
The four-time US defending champions finished fourth - the first time they failed to win a medal at an event other than the boycotted Moscow Games in 1980.
Katie Ledecky finally won her first gold medal at the Tokyo Games.
Ledecky has won the 1,500 meter freestyle, which made its Olympic debut for women this year. That helped the US star to make up for the worst performance of her Olympic career to date.
About an hour after finishing fifth in the 200-meter freestyle, Ledecky held off teammate Erica Sullivan and won the metric mile in 15 minutes and 37.34 seconds.
Sullivan took silver in 15: 41.41, while the German Sarah Kohler took bronze in 15: 42.91.
The Japanese swimmer Yui Ohashi swept the women's individual medley at the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Ohashi rallied to win the 200-meter medley, beating Americans Alex Walsh and Kate Douglass. Ohashi had previously won the 400-meter individual medley.
The winning time was 2 minutes, 8.52 seconds. Walsh took silver in 2: 08.65, bronze went to Douglass in 2: 09.04.
The reigning Olympic champion and world record holder Katinka Hosszu from Hungary came in seventh. At 32, she was the oldest female swimmer in the final.
China completed a record-breaking first day in the rowing finals by breaking the world record in the women's four-four and winning gold.
The Chinese boat finished in 6 minutes and 0.13 seconds and lost almost two seconds from the previous mark set by the Netherlands in 2014. The race was never close. Poland won silver, more than 6 seconds behind the Chinese. Australia won bronze for the country's fourth medal.
Windy conditions gave rowers a strong tailwind on the Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo, and new world or Olympic records were set in each of the six medal races on Wednesday.
Kristof Milak from Hungary won a sovereign victory in the men's 200-meter butterfly at the Tokyo Aquatics Center.
Milak won the gold with about two body lengths, confirming his status as one of the biggest favorites in the Olympic pool. He touched 51.25 seconds in 1 minute - about 2 1/2 seconds ahead of silver medalist, Japanese Tomoru Honda, who finished in 1: 53.73.
Bronze went to the Italian Federico Burdisso in 1: 54.45.
South African star Chad le Clos finished fifth. He won the 200 fly at the London 2012 Olympics, which annoyed Michael Phelps, but was no match for the Hungarian star.
The Netherlands set a new world record in the men's two-four with a sprint over the last 500 meters to win the gold medal.
Her time of 5 minutes and 32.03 seconds exceeded the previous mark of 5: 32.26 minutes that Ukraine had set at the 2014 World Cup.
The Dutch boat was fourth after the first 500 meters, but had closed in second place by the next marker. A late push overtook Great Britain at the top.
Britain then withheld a late attack from Australia to win silver. Australia's bronze was the country's third medal of the day after winning gold in the men's and women's.
Ariarne Titmus beat Katie Ledecky again at the Tokyo Aquatics Center. Ledecky didn't even win a medal - the first time that happened to her at the Olympics.
Titmus brought the Australians their third individual swimming gold with a victory in the 200 meters freestyle. Titmus set an Olympic record of 1 minute 53.50 seconds to make it 2-2 against the American star after a thrilling 400m freestyle win.
In the longer race, Titmus saved her energy over the first half of the race and then rallied to overtake Ledecky with the second fastest performance in history. Ledecky wasn't even close in the 200, made the first flip to seventh and never finished higher than her fifth place. She finished the race in 1: 55.21 - almost 2 seconds behind the winner.
Ledecky faces a grueling morning that also includes the final of the 1,500 free spins. She is a big favorite for gold in this race, which is new to the women's program this year.
The Italian Federica Pellegrini from Italy finished seventh in her fifth and last Olympic Games. She won gold in 2008 and is still the world record holder.
Australia doubled its win in Olympic rowing gold medals when the men's four men won their gold shortly after winning the Australian women.
Australia had pushed their way to the top by the 500m mark and were never challenged for the lead at the finish line as Romania battled a late push from Italy to claim the silver medal. Australia's 5 minute time, 42.76, set a new Olympic record.
Italy won bronze.
The Australian women's foursome set a new Olympic best in windy conditions on the Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo to win the gold medal.
The Australian boat led at every marker but had to beat the Netherlands in the final 50 meters to win in 6 minutes and 15.37 seconds, just 0.34 seconds ahead of the Dutch boat.
Ireland took bronze, more than 5 seconds behind.
The windy conditions that spurred the rowers in the water park caused the Olympic best times to fall quickly as new standards were set in the first three races.
The French team of Hugo Boucheron and Matthieu Androdias fended off a delayed attack by the Netherlands over the last 50 meters and won the men's double scull in the Olympic record time of 6 minutes and 33 seconds with a margin of 0.2 seconds.
China made a strong move from the start before falling behind even with the French and the Netherlands. Melvin Twellarr and Stef Broenink's Dutch boat briefly held the lead at 1,500 meters.
Boucheron and Androdias quickly caught up with the Dutchman with a powerful push good enough to fend off a late attack on the finish line.
China Zhiyu Liu and Liang Zhang finished third for bronze.
The new US beach volleyball partners Jake Gibb and Tri Bourne will still have some time to get to know each other at the Olympic Games.
The Americans had never played together before their first game on Sunday in Tokyo. They beat Switzerland on Wednesday 21:19, 23:21 and improved to 2-0 in the round robin. You still have one game ahead of you, against Qatar on Friday night.
Gibb qualified with Taylor Crabb as a partner for the Tokyo Games. Aber Crabb wurde positiv auf COVID-19 getestet und zog sich zurück, sodass Gibb ihn ersetzen konnte. Bourne war im Qualifikationsrennen auf dem drittplatzierten US-Team; jedes Land ist auf maximal zwei Plätze beschränkt.
Zwei Siege sollten ausreichen, um die Amerikaner in die K.o.-Runde zu bringen. Im schlimmsten Fall würde es sie in einem Dreier-Unentschieden für den ersten Platz lassen und ihnen ein Tie-Break-Match bescheren.
Die Rumänin Ancuta Bodnar und Simona Radis haben die erste Ruder-Goldmedaille der Spiele in Tokio im Doppelzweier der Frauen gewonnen.
Sie sind von Anfang an durchgeknallt und haben bei einer souveränen Leistung nie nachgelassen.
Die Rudermedaillen-Events hatten sich wegen schlechter Wettervorhersagen inmitten eines tropischen Sturms um einen Tag verschoben.
Wieder auf dem Wasser angekommen, wurden die Rumänen nie herausgefordert und mit nur 500 Metern vor dem Ziel zwei Bootslängen angeführt. Bodnar und Radis sind beide erst 22. Ihr Sprint zum Sieg hinterließ den einzigen Kampf um die Silbermedaille, bei dem die Neuseeländer Brooke Donohue und Hannah Osborne das niederländische Boot von Roos de Jong und Lisa Scheenaard hinter sich ließen.
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