Tue. Sep 28th, 2021

Day 16 of the Tokyo Olympic Games brings even more possibilities for Team GB to include to their medal tally.
Britain enter into the final day of the Games with a haul of 63 medals – just 2 brief of their 65 haul at London 2012.
Heres a brief introduction of where Great Britains medals may begin Tokyo 2020s last day of action..
Boxing: Lauren Price will be gunning for gold in her ladiess middleweight final versus Chinas Li Qian at the Kokugikan Arena. Galal Yafai advanced on Saturday in the maless flyweight last and Price has the possibility to provide a second gold for the British team.
Costs medal will be Britains sixth of the Games following Yafais gold, silvers for Pat McCormack (welterweight) and Ben Whittaker (light-heavyweight) and bronze medals for Frazer Clarke (super-heavyweight) and Karriss Artingstall (featherweight).
Cycling: Laura Kenny will be wanting to conclude her Games with a second gold in Tokyo when she goes in the ladiess omnium.
Kenny already has a Tokyo gold medal to her name, having actually won the ladiess Madison with Katie Archibald, along with a silver medal via the womens group pursuit.
Now she will be intending for what would be her 6th Olympic gold medal, the five she already has making her Britains most successful female Olympian.
There is a more British medal opportunity in the velodrome on Sunday, with Kennys hubby Jason and Jack Carlin competing in the mens keirin.
As ever, well be here for all of the updates over day 16, taking you through the mens marathon, which began about 30 minutes earlier, in addition to the closing ceremony.
In the mens marathon, its defending champion, Kenyas Eliud Kipchoge blazing a trail at about the quarter mark. Can he bring home a 2nd Olympic gold?


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