Tokyo Olympics on Thursday: No Easy Wins – The New York Times

Youth was on display as 13-year-old Rayssa Leal of Brazil won silver in womens street skateboarding. Momiji Nishiya of Japan won gold and shes also 13.

The U.S. softball team celebrated a walkoff home run by Kelsey Stewart to beat Japan. The teams will play again on Tuesday for a gold medal.

Ariarne Titmus of Australia, in Lane 3, outswam Katie Ledecky, in Lane 4, in the 400-meter freestyle. Ledecky led for much of the race but Titmus finished stronger.

Germany attacked Argentinas goal in the handball preliminary round, winning 33-25.

Naomi Osaka needed just 65 minutes to get past Viktorija Golubic of Switzerland, 6-3, 6-2. The womens singles field opened up widely for her as two other top players lost.

Fiji, the reigning Olympic champions, beat Canada in rugby qualifying.

The United States and China had a surprisingly close first half in womens water polo. The Americans prevailed and remain the dominant team in the sport.

The sun was setting as the Netherlands played Belgium in three-on-three basketball.

Nikita Nagornyy of Russia helped his country get past Japan and China in the mens gymnastics team final.

David Tshama Mwenekabwe of the Democratic Republic of Congo fought in the mens middleweight class round of 32.

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