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Olympics LIVE: McKeon’s shot at history

Welcome to Wide World of Sports’ daily live coverage of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Here’s all the latest Olympics news updates and headlines for Day 9.

TOKYO GAMES EVENT CENTRE: SCHEDULE, RESULTS, MEDAL TALLY HERE

AUSSIES + KEY EVENTS (all times AEST)

8.30am, men’s golf: Individual stroke play final round (Marc Leishman 9.03am, Cameron Smith 11.36am)

8.45am, equestrian: Eventing cross country team and individual (Shane Rose, Andrew Hoy and Kevin McNab)

9.30am, men’s shooting: 25m rapid fire pistol qualification (Sergei Evglevski)

10.10am-1pm, athletics: Women’s 3000m steeplechase round one (Georgia Winkcup, 10.40am,; Genevieve Gregson, 10.55am; Amy Cashin, 11.10am ); women’s long jump qualification (Brooke Stratton, 10.50am); men’s 400m round one (Alex Beck, 11.45am; Steve Solomon, 12.09pm)

11.10am, women’s BMX: Freestyle park final (Natalya Diehm)

11.30am-1pm, swimming: Women’s 50m freestyle final, 11.37am (Emma McKeon, Cate Campbell); Australian women’s 4x100m medley relay, 12.15pm; Australian men’s 4x100m medley relay, 12.36pm

12.20pm, men’s BMX: Freestyle park final (Logan Martin)

1pm, men’s hockey: Australia vs Netherlands, quarter-final

3.30pm, women’s table tennis: Australia vs Germany, Round of 16

3.33pm, men’s sailing: Laser medal race (Matt Wearn)

4pm, women’s diving: 3m springboard final (Esther Qin)

4pm, tennis gold medal matches: Women’s doubles, men’s singles (Alexander Zverev vs Karen Khachanov), mixed doubles

8pm-11pm, athletics: men’s high jump final, 8.10pm (Brandon Starc); men’s 100m semi-finals (Rohan Browning, 8.23pm); women’s 100m hurdles semi-finals (Liz Clay, 8.53pm); men’s 800m semi-finals (Charlie Hunter, 9.25pm; Peter Bol, 9.35pm; Jeff Riseley, 9.45pm); men’s 100m final, 10.50pm

8.50pm, women’s water polo: Australia vs South Africa

10pm, women’s beach volleyball: Australia (Mariafe Artacho Del Solar and Taliqua Clancy) vs China

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