Tokyo 2020 Day Two: Live Blog


What to expect on Saturday night: Surfing, Beach Volleyball, Skateboarding, Women's Gymnastics, Softball, Swimming, Tennis and more

Simone Biles of the United States smiles as she trains for artistic gymnastics at Ariake Gymnastics Centre ahead of the 2020 Summer Olympics, Thursday, July 22, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

TOKYO, Japan (BRPROUD) – Surfing is making its Olympic debut on Saturday.

Many eyes will be on Simone Biles as she takes the competition floor for the first time in Tokyo.

Check out what you can see live on NBC Saturday night.

We will be watching right along with you, keeping this blog updated with the latest results.

And we are off, Women’s Beach Volleyball is underway.

April Ross and Alix Klineman defeat China by a score of a 21-17 and 21-19.

Ross and Klineman are now 1-0 in Pool B.

U.S. men gymnastics qualifies for the team final with a fourth place finish in qualifying.

In case you missed it, U.S Women’s Soccer bounced back with a 6-1 win over New Zealand.

Swimming is now up in Tokyo.

The Men’s 400 Individual Medley Final starts everything off with Michael Phelps on commentary.

The United States wins Gold and Silver in the Men’s 400 Individual Medley Final.

Chase Kalisz wins the Gold and Jay Litherland finishes strong to get the Silver.

The women’s 100-meter butterfly finals are set and Torri Huske of the United States qualifies in 5th place.

The Men’s 400m Freestyle Final is over. Kieran Smith takes home bronze for the United States.

Japan takes gold in the Women’s 400 IM Final while the United States takes silver and bronze.

Emma Weyant wins Silver in her Olympic debut while Hali Flickinger takes home the bronze.

The United States now has five Gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics.

Australia wins the 4×100-meter freestyle relay while the United States finishes third.

The USA women’s softball team wins their fourth game in a row at these Olympics. This one was a comeback win over Australia, 2-1.

Jagger Eaton takes the bronze in Men’s Skateboarding Street with a total score of 35.35.

The United States women’s volleyball team got off to a good start at the Tokyo Olympics.

The Americans won in straight sets, 25-20, 25-19, 25-20.

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