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Live Reporting

Stephan Shemilt and Ellie Thomason

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye for now

    What a day! Tokyo 2020 is in full swing, with 11 medal events already done and dusted.

    You can scroll down for the best highlights from day one and see more action here.

    We go again on day two where there are 18 medal events. You can read all about what's coming up here.

    That's all for now. We'll leave you to get some sleep and see you again at midnight when we'll do it all again!

  2. Gymnastics highlights

    Britain's Max Whitlock advanced to the final of the pommel horse - the event in which he won gold four years - ago.

    His team-mate Joe Fraser wowed on the horizontal bar, but Japanese hero Kohei Uchimura crashed out.

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  3. Football highlights

    Over in Sapporo, Great Britain's women's football team made it two wins from two with victory over hosts Japan. Manchester City's Ellen White scored the winner and her third goal of the Games.

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  4. Tennis highlights

    In tennis, two-time singles champions Andy Murray is through to the second round of the men's doubles with his partner Joe Salisbury, but Heather Watson is out of the women's singles.

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  5. Road Cycling highlights

    On the road - including a climb of Mount Fuji - there was disappointment for Britain as Geraint Thomas first crashed, then retired from a race won by Ecuador's Richard Carapaz. GB's Adam Yates finished ninth.

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  6. Rowing highlights

    From the pool to the Sea Forest Waterway, where two-time Olympic champion Helen Glover and her partner Polly Swan made hard work of qualifying in the women's pairs, but the GB men's four - looking for a sixth successive gold - eased into the final.

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  7. Swimming highlights

    In the pool, Adam Peaty started the defence of his 100m breaststroke title by reaching the semi-finals. He was joined by British team-mate James Wilby, while Max Litchfield is through to the final of the 400m individual medley.

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  8. Taekwondo

    Men's 58kg

    Vito Dell'Aquila's taekwondo gold was the last medal action of the day, so let's recap what you might have missed elsewhere throughout the day.

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  9. 'It puts us in a good position'

    FT: Japan 0-1 Great Britain

    Team GB

    Team GB

    Team GB head coach Hege Riise: “We are all happy with two wins now. It puts us in a good position, able to rest players and recover well. We are very happy.

    "We put Sophie Ingle in more as a defensive player against Japan. I think that worked well.

    "Of course attacking-wise we lacked a little more. But we knew that could happen. I feel like the connection has got better and better each game and that’s what we need to get used to.

    "That will be during the tournament as well. In the second half we changed the formation a little. We came out well and controlled the game much better."

  10. Gold Medal - Vito Dell'Aquila (Italy)

    Men's 58kg taekwondo

    Italy are up and running with their first gold medal at Tokyo 2020!

    Vito Dell'Aquila has won the men's 58kg taekwondo title, with Tunisia's Mohamed Khalil Jendoubi having to settle for the silver.

  11. Taekwondo

    Men's 58kg

    There's one last medal up for grabs today as Tunisia's Mohamed Khalil Jendoubi takes on Italy's Vito Dell'Aquila in the men's 58kg taekwondo gold medal contest.

  12. 'No one better in the box than White'

    FT: Japan 0-1 Great Britain

    Karen Carney

    Former England and GB international on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Lucy Bronze is so good getting down that right hand side into attacking areas, she pushes defenders back.

    Put the ball into the box and there is no one better than Ellen White to sniff out opportunities and we saw that with the goal.

    She got across the defender, anticipated it, was brave and it's a fantastic finish.

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  13. Hockey

    FT: Great Britain 3-1 South Africa

    From that great result for GB women's football team, to a win for GB's men in the hockey against South Africa.

    Goals from Sam Ward, Liam Ansell and Jack Waller gave them the victory.

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  14. 'GB are good enough to beat Canada'

    FT: Japan 0-1 Great Britain

    Casey Stoney

    Former England and GB international on BBC TV

    You want to top the group, you want to play third place rather than second-place in the Dutch and Brazil group.

    Beverly Priestman the Canada manager will know a lot of these players very well having been an England assistant under Phil Neville.

    So, it's a big job for Team GB but they are good enough to win that game against Canada on Tuesday.

  15. 'Qualification is main thing'

    FT: Japan 0-1 Great Britain

    Casey Stoney

    Former England and GB international on BBC TV

    Team GB will want to play better and they will need to as the tournament progresses.

    But in tournaments you need to win and they've got three points on the board, six points and they are through to the quarter-finals and that is the main thing when they go back into that dressing room, that they've qualified.

  16. 'Fantastic from White'

    FT: Japan 0-1 Great Britain

    Casey Stoney

    Former England and GB international on BBC TV

    It's fantastic for Ellen White.

    It was the timing of the goal, it's so difficult to mark that.

    She comes across the front of the defender and for the defender it's really difficult to see the run and see the ball.

  17. Football

    FT: Japan 0-1 Great Britain

    Here's the goal from Ellen White that made it two wins from two for Great Britain in the women's football.

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  18. Get involved

    #bbcolympics

    Ross Quinn: Good win by Team GB there. Got it done but I'd rest a few against Canada. Players like Little and White need a rest.

  19. Football

    FT: Japan 0-1 Great Britain

    The final whistle blows and it's job done for Great Britain.

    Ellen White's goal is the difference and Hege Riise's side reach the knockout stages with two wins from two.

    Hosts Japan are still searching for their first win of the Games.

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  20. Football

    Japan 0-1 Great Britain

    Caroline Weir lifts a free-kick over the wall but it just lacks that little bit of dip and lands on the roof of the net.

    Close!