She is one of the frontrunners for the Tokyo Olympics. However, given the conditions, there could be a significant number of DNFs. Three British women are competing: Jess Piasecki, Stephanie Twell, and Stephanie Davis.
Throughout the day, we’ll cover the following events in detail, with an emphasis on Great Britain’s medal hopes, which currently sit fourth on the medal table.
We’ll have updates on women’s golf, the men’s basketball final, and Tom Daley, who competes in the 10m individual platform semi-final at 2 a.m. and, if he advances, the lastbronze-winning. At 6:00 a.m. Galal Yafai competes in the men’s flyweight final, followed by the modern pentathlon.
Later on, more from the Izi velodrome, where Ethan Hayter will compete for gold in the men’s madison, hoping to follow in the footsteps of Laura Kenny and Katie Archibold, who won the women’s version on Friday.
Then, in the Tokyo evening, athletics begins with the 4x400m relays, the men’s 1,500m, the women’s 10km, and the high jump final, all of which are of interest to the British.