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Team GB events Saturday 20th August

Usain Bolt completed his historic ‘triple triple’ last night as Usain helped Jamaica win gold in the 4x100m relay after already winning the 100m and 200m individual titles, matching London 2012 and Beijing 2008.

For Team GB, Nick Skelton won gold in the show jumping yesterday. He is the oldest Team GB Olympic champion in 108 years and he has never before won an individual Olympic medal, with this Olympics being his seventh.

Team GB women won gold yesterday after nail biting penalty shootout. After normal time, it was 3-3 against the Netherlands, but Team GB’s goal keeper saved the day and secured the gold medal. The Netherlands were the defending champions, but Team GB powered through to win their first Olympic Hockey gold medal.

Lutalo Muhammad won silver in the taekwondo while Team GB women took bronze in the 4x100m.

In the taekwondo today, Mahama Cho and Bianca Walkden are starting their Olympic campaigns (starts 15:45 – other rounds later throughout the day).

In the women’s triathlon with three members of Team GB participating. Can Non Stanford, Helen Jenkins or Vicky Holland make the podium? The action starts from 15:00.

Mo Farah is defending his 5000m medal later today (01:40 Sunday), but will he make it his 4th Gold medal? He is already one of the most decorated athletes in British athletics history. Keep going Mo!

Nicola Adams is defending her London 2012 gold medal in the boxing at 18:00 this evening. In 2012, she became the first female to win gold in boxing at an Olympics.

Tom Daley is back in the pool today with the semi-final and final of the 10m platform diving. Last week he won bronze with Daniel Goodfellow in the Synchronised platform.

Team GB are 5 medals of London 2012 final medal tally, but will we surpass it? Today and tomorrow will tell!


Charley Hull – Golf (currently tied in 5th) – 11:00

Bianca Walkden and Mahama Cho – Taekwondo – 13:00

Liam Heath – Canoe 200m Sprint final– 13:07

Non Stanford, Helen Jenkins and Vicky Holland – Triathlon – 15:00

Mahama Cho – Taekwondo – 15:45

Jamie Cooke – Modern Pentathlon – 16:00

Bianca Walkden – Taekwondo – 16:30

Nicola Adams – Boxing – 18:00

Tom Daley – Diving – Semi Final 15:00, Final 20:30

Men’s Football Final – Brazil vs Germany 21:30

Mo Farah – 5000m – (01:40 Sunday)

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