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05 August 2021, Japan, Tokio: Swimming: Olympics, open water – 10 km, men at Odaiba Marine Park. Florian Wellbrock from Germany in action. Photo: Oliver Weiken/dpa (Photo by Oliver Weiken/picture alliance via Getty Images)

TOKYO, Japan (BRPROUD)- In case you are unable to sit and enjoy the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games, we have you covered! We will blog in this story live, providing updates on every event tonight.

Men’s 10K Swimming

Each swimmer will swim around the marked area seven times. Coming up on lap 5, with 45 minutes left in the race, Germany remains in the lead with France following behind.

Florian Wellbrock (GER) is still in the lead entering lap 7.

Florian Wellbrock (GER) finishes in 1st place with a finishing time of 1:48:33 and takes the gold medal.

K. Rasovszky (HUN) finishes 2nd place and takes the silver medal.

G. Paltrinieri (ITA) finishes 3rd place and will take the bronze medal

USA finishes in 10th place.

Men’s Waterpolo– HUN vs. CRO

Hungary dominates the first half of the game and continues the lead in the third quarter.

With 6:55 left in the 3rd quarter, HUN leads 7-5

4 minutes left in the 3rd- CRO scores making the game a 1-point game 8-7 HUN

CRO ties the game. 8-8

HUN wins 15-11

HUN moves to the semi-finals against Greece.

USA vs. ESP

The United States kept Spain at bay during the first half of their quarterfinal match at the Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center on Wednesday, but the European team dumped the Americans in the last two quarters, winning 12-8.

Spain moves onto the semifinals, where they will face Serbia.

Men’s Beach Volleyball– ROC vs. NOR

Norway currently stands as the #1 Beach Volleyball team in the world.

Women’s 1500m Track and Field Semi-Finals

TOKYO, JAPAN – AUGUST 02: Sifan Hassan of Team Netherlands looks on during round one of the Women’s 1500m heats on day ten of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Olympic Stadium on August 02, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Sifan Hassan (NED) makes another historic run! Spending majority of her time at the end of the bunch and makes her way to 1st place in the last 300 m and stretches her stride all the way to the finish line. She qualifies for the finals.

Women’s Steeplechase finals 3000m

USA and UGA takes the lead in the final lap. Both countries have never placed high in this race.

22-year-old Peruth Chemuttai (UGA) wins 1st place/ gold medal. A historic win for Uganda.

Courtney Frerichs (USA) wins 2nd place/silver medal. Also a historic win for USA.

Hyvin Kiyeng (KEN) wins 3rd place/bronze medal.

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