How the Aussies fared on Day 11 of the Tokyo Olympics:

ATHLETICS

Women’s 1500m Round 1 – Linden Hall – advanced to semi-finals, Jessica Hull – advanced to semi-finals, Georgia Griffith – eliminated

Women’s 200m Round 1 – Riley Day – advanced to semi-finals

Women’s Pole Vault Qualifying Round – Nina Kennedy, Elizaveta Parnova – both eliminated

Men’s 400m semi-finals – Steve Solomon – eliminated

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Women’s 200m semi-finals – Riley Day – eliminated

SHOOTING

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Olympics on 7plus

Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Qualification – Sergei Evglevski – 17th (eliminated)

Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Position Qualification – Dane Sampson – 27th (eliminated), Jack Rossiter – 29th (eliminated)

CANOE SPRINT

Men’s Kayak Single 1000m – Thomas Green, Jean van der Westhuyzen – both advance to semi-finals

Women’s Kayak Double 500m – Jamie Roberts and Jo Brigden-Jones, Aly Bull and Alyce Wood – both advance to semi-finals

HOCKEY

Women’s Quarterfinals – Australia lost to India 1-0

SAILING – all sailing postponed to Tuesday due to lack of wind

DIVING

Men’s 3m Preliminary – Shixin Li – 27th (eliminated)

CYCLING TRACK

Women’s Team Pursuit Qualifying (Ashlee Ankudinoff, Georgia Baker, Annette Edmonson, Alexandra Manly, Maeve Plouffe) – 7th fastest in qualifying, advance to first round v New Zealand

Men’s Team Pursuit Qualifying (Leigh Howard, Kelland O’Brien, Luke Plapp, Alexander Porter, Sam Welsford) 5th fastest in qualifying, advance to first round v Switzerland

EQUESTRIAN

Eventing Individual and Team Final: Team – Australia (Andrew Hoy, Shane Rose, Kevin McNabb), Individual – Andrew Hoy – 3rd, Shane Rose -10th, Kevin McNabb – 14th

ARTISTIC SWIMMING

Duet Free Routine Preliminary – Emily Rogers and Amie Thompson – 21st

WEIGHTLIFTING

Women’s +87 kg – Charisma Amoe-Tarrant – 6th

WATER POLO

Men’s Preliminaries; Group A – Australia bt Kazakhstan 15-7

FOOTBALL

Women’s Semifinals – Australia lost to Sweden 1-0

BASKETBALL

Women’s Preliminaries Group C – Australia bt Puerto Rico 96-69

How the Aussies Fared in Tokyo: Day 11
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