Rio 2016: Day #7

We certainly kicked today off with a bang, as Helen Glover and Hannah Stanning, our rowing players for Team GB, struck Gold earlier, also retaining their Olympic title. What a perfect way to kick off Day #7 of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games.

It’s been quite an interesting day so far, and the medals will keep on coming, given that Michael Phelps had, last night, made history again after winning his 22nd Olympic Gold Medal.

It’s been announced that Team GB have just won a sixth gold medal in the men’s coxless four rowing  event. It’s like a Gold Rush today isn’t it?

Katarina Johnson-Thompson of Team GB lead the heptathlon earlier today, with Jessica Ennis-Hill coming third.

Team GB’s Andy Murray has beaten Steve Johnson to the semi-final.

Team GB also won the dressage team silver and the Trampoline silver as well.

Rim Jong Sim of North Korea has just won Gold in the women’s 75kg weightlifting event after lifting 121kg in the snatch and then 153kg in the clean and jerk, scoring her an overall 274kg.

Mel Clewlow (The ex-Team GB Hockey Player): “Great Britain haven’t really fired yet in this tournament and Spain have. It’s going to be a tough game at Deodoro.

Chris Boardman (The Olympic Cycling Champion for the BBC): “There will be a collective groan coming from the other competitors because the British team have done this on two previous Olympics, come to form at the right time.

Rafael Nadal has gone through to the semi-finals for the tennis event.

Olympic Sailing Champion, Shirley Robertson: “Nick Dempsey in the RS:X men’s windsurfing has, subject to confirmation, secured a silver medal. The gold medal will go to the Dutch sailor Dorian van Russelberghe, who won gold in 2012. Nick led until halfway through but Dorian came back in the closing stages. This is Nick’s fifth Olympics, he had a silver in London and a bronze in Beijing, and he retires after this event. And Britain is currently leading in the 470 class, both the men and the women.

Sir Chris Hoy (Six-Time Olympic Cycling Champion on BBC One): “It is gold or nothing for the GB team. It is always billed as an Australia v GB showdown and it may well be tonight.

Sir Chris Hoy: “The Aussies were on the rack but it just shows you that it is not over until the finish.

Sir Chris Hoy: : “I think we all predicted faster times across the board in qualifying for the team pursuit, for all of the nations, but the track suits the sprint dynamics. The team pursuit teams aren’t going as fast but the GB team look super impressive compared to other nations. Bradley wasn’t the strongest but he wasn’t struggling.

Chris Boardman: “What a ride by New Zealand, they are pushing GB all the way.

Team GB have set another world record in the Men’s Team Pursuit Cycling Event with a world record time of 3:50.70 seconds, placing Team GB in the final of the men’s team pursuit cycling event.

Chris Boardman: “I think GB had to work so hard they got to the last kilometre and they thought they might as well see what can do. It was a much more controlled ride. It wasn’t given to them at all, they rode much more smoothly.

Sir Chris Hoy: “They didn’t have to do that (go for world record) it was just a matter of winning the race. You have got to expect they will do a 3:49 in the final if they recover from that ride.

Sir Chris Hoy: “When you look at that time, unless something strange happens, you have got to look at GB for the gold medal now.

Sir Chris Hoy: “The Great Britain team don’t even look particularly stressed, they have just rode a world record race.

Chris Boardman: “Kenny can go in with confidence. He knows the form is good, he’s already got one gold medal. What a way to go into the competition.

Chris Boardman: “There was a lot of confidence in that ride. Kenny didn’t get drawn into any tactical battle, he just waited and waited and went when he was comfortable.

Chris Boardman: “That was a very seasoned ride from Callum Skinner.

China have seen off Russia with a Gold Medal in the Women’s team sprint event.

Sir Chris Hoy: “It is hard to explain how fast both of them went. They’re safely through the first round with no problems at all and these are the times when you can often make mistakes but they didn’t and they’re absolutely perfect so far.

Sir Chris Hoy: “I would be very surprised if Bradley has a massive emotional release tonight. I just see a man very much in control. He has one aim and that is to win this gold medal. You don’t sense he has a lot of pressure on his shoulders.

Sir Chris Hoy: “For the team pursuit to have gone that quick in the semi-final shows they have confidence. I reckon they will go at least a second quicker in the final. They might even catch the Aussies.

Mel Clewlow: “It’s a nightmare, any British fan will be glued to social media for the next hour to follow the other results. The positive is that it was a big improvement on the other performances.

Sir Chris Hoy: “Bringing Bradley into the team has been a masterstroke. His status, his leadership, everyone has used him to shoulder the pressure coming into Rio. It has gone as well as anyone could have hoped.

Denmark have won the Bronze Medal in the Men’s Team Pursuit Cycling Event.

Chris Boardman: “It is a difficult position for GB to be in because it really is all their’s to lose.

Chris Boardman: “There was a slight wobble from Clancy and that cost them but GB are getting back level now.”

Chris Boardman: “It is going to go down to the wire this one. GB are going to have to do something special.

Chris Boardman: “GB are coming back, they have got the momentum.

Thanks to Team GB’s Sir Bradley Wiggins, Steven Burke, Ed Clancy & Owain Doull, we have just won Gold in the Men’s Team Pursuit Cycling Event.

Simon Brotherton (BBC Commentator in Rio de Janeiro): “The awesome foursome have done it.

Chris Boardman: “GB had to work for it, we didn’t expect that. Australia produced at the perfect moment, GB had to give everything. I didn’t enjoy that.

The previous world record has been broken now as a result of Sir Bradley Wiggins and his cycling team winning Gold, which is the third time that Team GB have set a new mark within just two days, and the world record time is now 3:50.265.

Victoria Pendleton (Olympic Cycling Gold Medallist on BBC Radio 5 Live): “Australia had to go out fast, they had no other option and it took Great Britain time to get up to speed. The Australian team did not look as tight-knit as they could have done. It was an incredible final and you want it to be close, you don’t want it to be a walkover, and it was definitely close.

Sir Chris Hoy: “It was anything other than assured. It was a nail biter, a classic battle. I have goosebumps.

Sir Bradley Wiggins: “It’s hard not to come off the track and spout a load of cliches but really, the last 12 months we have done everything together. Training camps at altitude, early starts and late finishes. Cycling on Christmas Day. It was all for this and we’ve done it. These three guys here are amazing. When you have guys like that it makes your life easier. I was trying not to think about winning but these guys have been bouncing off the ceiling all afternoon. It was fantastic.

The Team Pursuit Gold Medallist, Ed Clancy for the BBC: “This is the best gold of them all. If truth be told we haven’t won a fat deal between London and now. We had some big downs and crossing the line there has made every single pedal rev and every training session worthwhile. We’ve been through the mill a bit. The medical team have put 1000 man hours into my back to get me here.

Anna Thompson (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “Sir Bradley takes an extra lap of the velodrome than the rest of his gold-winning team. He was probably trying to gather his thoughts after such an amazing achievement. There are plenty of hugs with the support crew and the Australia team who came so close. And he blows a kiss to the thousands of British fans who can proudly say they were there when history was made.

Team GB’s Gold Medal Winner, Owain Duoll: “It’s surreal. To pull it off now is unbelievable.

Steven Burke, who had also won Gold in 2012: “I really wanted to defend the title. It all came together at the right time. We’ve got the best team ever.

Sir Chris Hoy: “You see the emotion coming out now, that meant so much. It was a battle. It is wonderful to witness it.

Victoria Pendleton: “Australia knew they had a lot to do and they didn’t look as tidy as they had done, but they gave it their absolute all. Go out hard and see if they could hang on was their only option. Team GB picked up the pace, lap by lap, until they got to full capacity. It was a steady development for Team GB and that is how they like to approach the event.

Sir Chris Hoy: “Sticking his tongue out during the medal ceremony showed what a release of pressure it was. He’s happy, relaxed and loving the moment. He’s the greatest British cyclist of all time because of what he’s done across the board in so many disciplines. Chris Froome has won three Tours de France, which is no mean feat, but Bradley has won road world titles, Tour de France, track titles and set the world hour time record. Tonight hasn’t really changed that because he was the greatest before tonight.

Sir Steve Redgrave: “It is fantastic to be here. The atmosphere is very special.  I wanted to be here to see the team pursuit win and to see Brad win. I admire him so much. For his character, he’s very different, fresh and special. I am getting annoyed these cyclists are pushing me down the list!

Sir Bradley Wiggins has confirmed that he has no plans to race in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

Below is a link of the funny moment that Sir Bradley Wiggins made during Team GB’s National Anthem for added humour.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/olympics/37067095

Tom Bosworth may have missed out on the chance of claiming a medal earlier on during the 20k walk, but the 26 year old had smashed the British record with his own finishing time of 1:20.13, which stood initially at 1:22.03 since Ian McCombie’s own efforts in the Seoul Olympics in 1988.

Here’s what Tom Bosworth had to say about his 20k walk earlier on: “I’m in shock at what just happened, I can’t be disappointed with sixth place at the Olympics but I could have done better as I had a dodgy stomach last night and that affected me a little bit.  To break the British record by such a margin and at the Olympics is a dream come true. It was just an amazing experience. I’m so happy I cannot put it into words.

Denise Lewis (Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medallist for the BBC): “Great Britain’s Katarina Johnson-Thompson is first after two events of the women’s heptathlon, with Jessica Ennis-Hill in third. The shot put and 200m come up shortly. The heptathlon has been billed as the high point for British athletics here and it did not disappoint. We always knew Katarina Johnson-Thompson had the potential to perform well in a major event and she had not done so before, but did today. So far the script has gone according to plan. Katarina’s throws do let her down so she will need to be close to a personal best to stay in contention. Jess is a better shot putter and after the two events tonight it should swing back in Jess’s favour.
Michael Johnson (Four-Time Olympic Gold Medallist in Athletics for BBC One): “The Games have been great so far. Once the athletics starts, the pool, the gymnastics and all the rest begin, all of the talk about the preparation in Brazil, and the talk of the Russians goes into background. The credibility of the sport and the Olympic movement has been hit dramatically with everything that has been going on. It will take time to restore the credibility, a series of right decisions time and time again. Until that credibility is restored you will see fantastic performances that will be questioned as to whether it is real.
Michael Johnson: “I think this is going to be a really tough competition and really exciting to watch. Jess Ennis-Hill is such a tough competitor that you can never count her out. I’m sure Katarina Johnson-Thompson has learnt from last year – she’s got off to such a great start. But when you get to the Olympics, the big stage, it’s not about what type of shape you are in, all of these athletes are in top shape, it’s about the athletes who are mentally tough who can deliver their best performance on the day. Jess has proven that she can do that time and time again, and you can never count her out.
Tom Fordyce (Chief Sports Writer in Rio de Janeiro): “Disappointing crowds again in Estadio Olimpico. May be slightly fuller than morning session, but it’s a marginal one. It’s only day one of track and field, but so far Rio isn’t so much embracing the athletics as offering a half-hearted wave in the distance.
Laura Weightman just spoke to BBC one after finishing seventh to leave her relying on being the fastest loser to reach the semi-finals.
This is what she had to say: “I should go through in that time, it was a bit silly not to go through automatically,

It was a messy race, but that’s championship racing and hopefully it’ll get me through.Hopefully I’ll get into that semi and be fine. There were a few silly mistakes in that race but I know I’m in good form.

Brendan Foster (Olympic Medallist & BBC Athletics Commentator for BBC One): “Laura Weightman struggled in the back straight there. When Hassan came flying past her I thought that was a chance for Laura – she should have gone with her but there wasn’t any response. But she’s the fastest loser. She’ll have a bit of a nervous sweat on but she’ll be quite confident that six athletes won’t go faster than her.

Kianoush Rostami of Iran has won Gold in the Men’s -85kg weightlifting event, lifting a combined world record total of 396kg.

Michael Johnson: “This year has shaped up to be a fantastic year for the 400m. I know who will win the medals, or who I believe will, but I don’t know the order. In these early rounds we will see people get some kinks out.

Steve Backley (Four Time European Javelin Champion for the BBC): “That was an absolute mess, she’d have done better with a standing throw.

South Africa’s Wayde van Niekerk who is the reigning 400m world champion, had comfortably won his heat to progress on to the semi-finals. He told BBC Sport that: “It is starting from scratch again and I’m just grateful I could come through the heat. I’m just enjoying the blessing and the opportunity. I’m being inspired every day competing against world-class athletes.

Michael Johnson: “The mistake from Martyn Rooney was made early in the race. He was not pushing down the back stretch and lost touch with the rest of the field. You should not be able to accelerate in the last 100m of the 400m. That was poor running from him and he should know better. It is doubtful whether he will get through because of a massive mistake.

Team GB’s Martyn Rooney is unfortunately out of the 400m.

Darren Campbell (Former British Sprinter on BBC Radio 5 Live): “Her team feel like KJT’s going to fly in the 800m. What I love about our heptathletes is they’re not quitters. We might be up here all doom and gloom but we’ve never seen an athlete get seven world-class personal bests in one heptathlon.

Team GB’S Matthew Hudson-Smith moves into the men’s 400m semi-finals in his first Summer Olympic Games, and the 21 year old spoke to BBC Sport shortly after he finished third in his heat. He said: “It was difficult in lane two,

Everyone told me to treat it like a final. I thought I had second, but made a rookie mistake. But I negotiated the round and got through, that’s all I could do.

It is very surreal and I’m just soaking it up round by round. The semi-final is going to be very tough and you have to take every round like a final. The first part is done and it is on to the next round. It is about who wants it more.

Michael Johnson: “Martyn Rooney, who helped Great Britain to a bronze medal in the 4x400m relay at the 2015 World Championships, has failed to make it into the semi-finals of the men’s 400m after only finishing fifth in his heat. He should be disappointed. It was not the type of performance he knew he would have to put in. We have seen this from him before.

Maya Dirado has won Gold in the Women’s 200m Breaststroke, beating Katinka Hosszu and leaving her with any chances of claiming her fourth Gold Medal for this year’s Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Joseph Schooling has just claimed Singapore’s first ever Gold Medal and has just beaten Michael Phelps in the Men’s 100m Butterfly Swimming Event. That was unexpected. I did not see that coming!

Adrian Moorhouse: “Katie Ledecky is going to be going for the world record here.

Katie Ledecky has broken a world record in the women’s 800m freestyle swimming event.

Jazz Carlin has won a Silver Medal in the Women’s 800m freestyle swimming event.

Adrian Moorhouse: “Jazz Carlin did everything right and I’m so pleased for her. Two silvers against the great Katie Ledecky. Ledecky is one of the greatest swimmers I have seen.

Rebecca Adlington: “Katie Ledecky was 12 seconds ahead of everyone else in the field, it was just incredible. Jazz got second and I’m so pleased for her.

Anthony Ervin has won Gold in the Men’s 50m Freestyle Swimming Event and he’s 35. This Gold Medal comes just 16 years after he won in Sydney and he is the oldest ever Olympic Swimming Champion.

Andy Jameson: “What a race! Ervin, the 35-year-old, is the oldest ever champion in the swimming pool. Unbelievable!

Michelle Carter has won Gold in the Women’s Shot Put. Another medal for the United States.

Ben Proud after he came fourth in the 50m freestyle event tell’s BBC One: “I am really chuffed. It wasn’t a great swim but fourth is better than fifth. It’s going to be a long time until the next Olympics but I feel really motivated and will really focus on the 50m. I am really excited to see what’s going to happen in the future.

Team GB’s Katarina Johnson-Thompson after ending her first day of the heptathlon in fourth place: “I was thrilled with my high jump. After the 200m I’m a bit down. The 200m is one of my strongest events and I really wanted to drop under 23 seconds. They keep you out in the cold a long time but that’s no excuse, it’s the same for everyone but maybe that’s why the times are down.

Team GB’s defending champion, Jessica Ennis-Hill, after finishing at the top on her first day in the heptathlon: “It’s been a mixed day. l was really happy with my hurdles and high jump. I was obviously disappointed with my shot put – that was frustrating. I was a bit down on the 200m but generally happy. I need to rest up and come back strong tomorrow. I’m trying to enjoy it but it’s very stressful.

Anthony Ervin on when he witnessed the final result: “I kind of laughed. It’s almost absurd I was able to do it again.

Tom Fordyce: “A hep heads-up for Day Two: here are the PBs for the Saturday’s concluding three events for current gold/silver/bronze/fourth:

Long jump: JEH 6.63m, Thiam 6.51, Jones 6.80, KJT 6.93

Javelin: JEH 48.33m, Thiam 52.62, Jones 38.97, KJT 42.01

800m: JEH 2:07.81, Thiam 2:17.28, Jones 2:21.62, KJT 2:07.64.

Caveat: Ennis-Hill quite rightly prefers to reference to PPPBs – post-pregnancy personal bests. And don’t rule Brianne Thiesen Eaton out of the battle for bronze.

Here are the final medal table listings for Day #7:

Country
1

United States
20 13 17 50
2

China
13 10 14 37
3

Great Britain
7 9 6 22
4

Japan
7 3 14 24
5

South Korea
6 3 4 13
6

Germany
6 3 2 11
7

Russia
5 9 8 22
8

France
5 7 5 17
9

Australia
5 6 7 18
10

Hungary
5 3 3 11
11

Italy
4 7 4 15
12

Spain
3 0 2 5
13

Canada
2 2 6 10
14

Kazakhstan
2 2 3 7
15

Netherlands
2 2 2 6
16

Thailand
2 1 1 4
17

Switzerland
2 0 1 3
18

Croatia
2 0 0 2
19

New Zealand
1 6 0 7
20

North Korea
1 2 2 5
21

Sweden
1 2 1 4
22

Brazil
1 1 2 4
23

Belgium
1 1 1 3
23

Romania
1 1 1 3
23

Slovenia
1 1 1 3
26

Colombia
1 1 0 2
26

Slovakia
1 1 0 2
26

Vietnam
1 1 0 2
29

Poland
1 0 2 3
29

Chinese Taipei
1 0 2 3
31

Czech Republic
1 0 1 2
31

Ethiopia
1 0 1 2
31

Greece
1 0 1 2
34

Argentina
1 0 0 1
34

Fiji
1 0 0 1
34

Independent Olympic Athletes
1 0 0 1
34

Iran
1 0 0 1
34

Kosovo
1 0 0 1
34

Singapore
1 0 0 1
40

South Africa
0 4 1 5
41

Denmark
0 2 2 4
42

Ukraine
0 2 1 3
43

Azerbaijan
0 2 0 2
43

Indonesia
0 2 0 2
45

Cuba
0 1 1 2
45

Georgia
0 1 1 2
45

Lithuania
0 1 1 2
48

Belarus
0 1 0 1
48

Ireland
0 1 0 1
48

Kenya
0 1 0 1
48

Malaysia
0 1 0 1
48

Mongolia
0 1 0 1
48

Philippines
0 1 0 1
48

Turkey
0 1 0 1
55

Egypt
0 0 2 2
55

Israel
0 0 2 2
55

Norway
0 0 2 2
55

Uzbekistan
0 0 2 2
59

Estonia
0 0 1 1
59

Kyrgyzstan
0 0 1 1
59

Portugal
0 0 1 1
59

Tunisia
0 0 1 1
59

United Arab Emirates
0 0 1 1

Afghanistan
0 0 0 0

Albania
0 0 0 0

Algeria
0 0 0 0

American Samoa
0 0 0 0

Andorra
0 0 0 0

Angola
0 0 0 0

Antigua & Barbuda
0 0 0 0

Armenia
0 0 0 0

Aruba
0 0 0 0

Austria
0 0 0 0

Bahamas
0 0 0 0

Bahrain
0 0 0 0

Bangladesh
0 0 0 0

Barbados
0 0 0 0

Belize
0 0 0 0

Benin
0 0 0 0

Bermuda
0 0 0 0

Bhutan
0 0 0 0

Bolivia
0 0 0 0

Bosnia & Herzegovina
0 0 0 0

Botswana
0 0 0 0

British Virgin Islands
0 0 0 0

Brunei
0 0 0 0

Bulgaria
0 0 0 0

Burkina Faso
0 0 0 0

Burundi
0 0 0 0

Cambodia
0 0 0 0

Cameroon
0 0 0 0

Cape Verde
0 0 0 0

Cayman Islands
0 0 0 0

Central African Republic
0 0 0 0

Chad
0 0 0 0

Chile
0 0 0 0

Comoros
0 0 0 0

Congo
0 0 0 0

Cook Islands
0 0 0 0

Costa Rica
0 0 0 0

Côte d’Ivoire
0 0 0 0

Cyprus
0 0 0 0

Djibouti
0 0 0 0

Dominica
0 0 0 0

Dominican Republic
0 0 0 0

DR Congo
0 0 0 0

Ecuador
0 0 0 0

El Salvador
0 0 0 0

Equatorial Guinea
0 0 0 0

Eritrea
0 0 0 0

Finland
0 0 0 0

FYR Macedonia
0 0 0 0

Gabon
0 0 0 0

Gambia
0 0 0 0

Ghana
0 0 0 0

Grenada
0 0 0 0

Guam
0 0 0 0

Guatemala
0 0 0 0

Guinea
0 0 0 0

Guinea-Bissau
0 0 0 0

Guyana
0 0 0 0

Haiti
0 0 0 0

Honduras
0 0 0 0

Hong Kong, China
0 0 0 0

Iceland
0 0 0 0

India
0 0 0 0

Iraq
0 0 0 0

Jamaica
0 0 0 0

Jordan
0 0 0 0

Kiribati
0 0 0 0

Laos
0 0 0 0

Latvia
0 0 0 0

Lebanon
0 0 0 0

Lesotho
0 0 0 0

Liberia
0 0 0 0

Libya
0 0 0 0

Liechtenstein
0 0 0 0

Luxembourg
0 0 0 0

Madagascar
0 0 0 0

Malawi
0 0 0 0

Maldives
0 0 0 0

Mali
0 0 0 0

Malta
0 0 0 0

Marshall Islands
0 0 0 0

Mauritania
0 0 0 0

Mauritius
0 0 0 0

Mexico
0 0 0 0

Micronesia
0 0 0 0

Moldova
0 0 0 0

Monaco
0 0 0 0

Montenegro
0 0 0 0

Morocco
0 0 0 0

Mozambique
0 0 0 0

Myanmar
0 0 0 0

Namibia
0 0 0 0

Nauru
0 0 0 0

Nepal
0 0 0 0

Nicaragua
0 0 0 0

Niger
0 0 0 0

Nigeria
0 0 0 0

Oman
0 0 0 0

Pakistan
0 0 0 0

Palau
0 0 0 0

Palestine
0 0 0 0

Panama
0 0 0 0

Papua New Guinea
0 0 0 0

Paraguay
0 0 0 0

Peru
0 0 0 0

Puerto Rico
0 0 0 0

Qatar
0 0 0 0

Refugee Olympic Athletes
0 0 0 0

Rwanda
0 0 0 0

Saint Kitts & Nevis
0 0 0 0

Saint Lucia
0 0 0 0

Samoa
0 0 0 0

San Marino
0 0 0 0

Sao Tome & Principe
0 0 0 0

Saudi Arabia
0 0 0 0

Senegal
0 0 0 0

Serbia
0 0 0 0

Seychelles
0 0 0 0

Sierra Leone
0 0 0 0

Solomon Islands
0 0 0 0

Somalia
0 0 0 0

South Sudan
0 0 0 0

Sri Lanka
0 0 0 0

St Vincent & the Grenadines
0 0 0 0

Sudan
0 0 0 0

Suriname
0 0 0 0

Swaziland
0 0 0 0

Syria
0 0 0 0

Tajikistan
0 0 0 0

Tanzania
0 0 0 0

Timor-Leste
0 0 0 0

Togo
0 0 0 0

Tonga
0 0 0 0

Trinidad & Tobago
0 0 0 0

Turkmenistan
0 0 0 0

Tuvalu
0 0 0 0

Uganda
0 0 0 0

Uruguay
0 0 0 0

US Virgin Islands
0 0 0 0

Vanuatu
0 0 0 0

Venezuela
0 0 0 0

Yemen
0 0 0 0

Zambia
0 0 0 0

Zimbabwe
0 0 0 0

Day #7’s events have officially come to a close. Please make sure to check back soon for Day #8 of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Thanks to all of you for such a fantastic, positive and absolutely perfect seventh day and I hope and wish all of you a very positive and wonderful night.

Alex Smithson

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