Here is what happened this Monday at the Japanese Olympics in Tokyo, between historic medals and incredible goals. Athletics, 3000 men's hedges: The Moroccan Soufiane El Bakkali won the 3000 hedges in 8'08 "90 ahead of the Ethiopian Lamecha Girma (8'10" 38) and the Kenyan Benjamin Kigen (8'11 "45).
Athletics, 5000m women: The gold of the 5000m is for Dutch Sifan Hassan (14'36 "79) ahead of Kenyan Hellen Obiri (14'38" 36) and Ethiopian Gudaf Tsegay (14'38 "87). Athletics, men's long jump: The Greek Miltiadis Tentoglou wins the gold medal in the long jump with a final deadlift at 8.41.
Juan Miguel Echevarria of silver because of the second lower measure than that of the Greek. Bronze to the other Cuban Maykel Masso with 8.21. Equestrian: Great Britain wins the gold medal with a negative total of 86.30, preceding Australia, silver with 100.20, and France, bronze with 101.50.
Gimnastyc, free style women: gold for the American Jade Carey, silver for the Italian Vanessa Ferrari, double bronze for the Japanese Mai Murakami and the Russian Angelina Melnikova. Gymnastics, men's rings: Chinese Liu Yang won the danati gold medal at the countryman You Hao and the Greek Elftherios Petrounias.
Women's Weightlifting: China's Zhouyu Wang won gold in Women's Weightlifting, 87kg Women's category. Silver to the Ecuadorian Tamara Yajaira Salazar Arce, bronze to the Dominican Crismery Santana. Men's 50m carbine: Changhong Zhang from China won gold.
Silver to Russian Sergey Kamenskiy and bronze to Serbian Milenko Sebic. Women's Badminton: Indonesians Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu have won the women's doubles badminton tournament. Silver for the Chinese Chen and Jia, bronze for the Koreans Kim and Kong.
Here is what happened on Olympic Sunday in Tokyo 2021
Athletics, 100 m men: Italian Marcell Jacobs, is Olympic champion in the 100 meters with a time of 9.80 US silver with Kerley in 9.84, bronze for Canadian Can de Grasse in 9.89.
Athletics, men's high jump: Italian Gianmarco Tamberi wins the Olympic gold medal in the high jump on a par with the Qatari Barshim. Bronze for the Belarusian Nedasekau. Tennis, men's singles: Alexander Zverev wins the gold medal in men's tennis, Germany's first for men at the Olympics.
Beaten in the final in two sets the Russian Karen Khachanov with a score of 6-3 6-1. The bronze went to Spaniard Carreno Busta yesterday, who had beaten Djokovic. Tennis, women's doubles: Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Sianakova won the gold medal in the final against the Swiss players Belinda Bencic and Victorija Golubic.
Tennis, mixed doubles: Russian players Anastasija Pavlyuchenkova and Andrey Rublev won the gold medal after the victory against their countryman and countrywoman Elena Vesnina and Aslan Karatsev. Sailing, laser radial men: gold medal to the Australian Wearn, silver to the Croatian Stipanovic, bronze to the Norwegian Tomasgaard.
Gymnastics, women: Simone Biles will not participate in the free style final. Biles had already given up on vaulting and asymmetrical parallels, only the possibility of competing on the beam remains on Tuesday. BMX, men's freestyle: ogan Martin, australian, wins gold in men's freestyle BMX.
Silver for the Venezuelan Daniel Dhers, bronze for the British Declan Brooks. BMX, freestyle women: Gold to the British Charlotte Worthington, silver to the American Hannah Roberts and bronze to the Swiss Nikita Ducarroz. Athletics, women's shot put: Chinese Lijiao Gon wins the gold medal, silver for USA Raven Saunders, bronze to New Zealander Valerie Adams.
Swimming, 1500 freestyle men: Gold for the American Robert Finke, silver for Mykhailo Romanchuk, bronze for the German Florian Wellbrock. Swimming, 50 freestyle men: Caeleb Dressel wins the third individual gold in his career in 21 "07.
Silver for the French Florent Manaudou, bronze for the Brazilian Bruno Fratus. Swimming, 50 free style women: Australian Emma McKeon wins the gold medal in front of the Swedish Sarah Sjoestrom and the Danish Pernille Blume. Swimming, 4x100 medley men: gold in the USA, silver in the UK, bronze in Italy.