Tokyo Olympics LIVE RESULTS: Dina Asher-Smith in action, Team GB win TWO relay golds in swimming and triathlon – updates

TEAM GB are at it again – and there's another Super Saturday brewing.

Adam Peaty put in another terrific performance as Team GB took gold in the 4x100m mixed medley, smashing the world record in the process.

It was already a golden morning for the Brits in relay events, with the mixed triathlon relay getting things off to the perfect start.

Jess Learmonth, Jonny Brownlee, Georgia Taylor-Brown and Alex Yee were on sublime form to thrash the field in a thrilling race and take gold.

Dina Asher-Smith goes in the 100m semi finals later on, with South Wales boxing sensation Katliss Artinstall also on the medal hunt.

And a third medal of the day has come in the windsurfing, with 22-year-old Emma Wilson taking the bronze.

Britain's rugby sevens women couldn't land a medal though after losing to Fiji in the bronze medal match.

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    Jamaica star Elaine Thompson Herah comes first, followed by Switzerland's Ajla Del Ponte.

    Dina Asher-Smith will have to wait and see if her time is good enough to take her through to the final.

    Thompson-Herah and Del Ponte are automatically through to the final

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    We are now set for the women's 100m semi-final!

    Dina Asher-Smith is on the seventh lane!

    Ready to go at any moment!

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    We are less than five minutes away until Dina Asher-Smith's 100m semi-final.

    Asher-Smith is among Team GB's highest hopes of a medal in Tokyo

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    Team GB boxer Luke McCormack had no complaints after his loss to Cuba's Andy Cruz.

    McCormack said: “I gave everything but he was really tough.

    “I’d have preferred to meet him in a medal fight because he should win.

    “But now I’ll stay and cheer on my brother for gold”

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    Here's the report on Luke McCormack's elimination by SunSport's Martin Lipton from Tokyo:

    Luke McCormack’s Olympic train ran off the rails as he was out-thought by Cuban Andy Cruz.

    Lightweight McCormack, whose twin brother Pat remains on course for welterweight glory, struggled to get to grips with the two-time world champion.

    McCormack knew he could not afford a headlong charge against “El Matador” in a tough last 16 contest and despite seeming to hold his own he lost the first with all five judges.

    But a lightning jab kept snaking out to tag the Sunderland fighter, and when the Cuban also took the second more comfortably he was on….Cruz control despite the screams of McCormack's GB team-mates in the corner of the Kokugikan Arena.

    It meant McCormack had to find a way to stop the Cuban – and it proved hard enough to even hit him.

    McCormack knew his time was up at the bell and the 5-0 verdict in favour of Cruz was a formality

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    Team GB's Luke McCormack has been eliminated from Cuba's Andy Cruz.

    McCormack gave his all in the ring but the two-time world champion is the one who goes through to the quarter-finals.

    Cruz, who is the favourite for the gold, advanced with a unanimous points decision

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    Team GB's Luke McCormack takes on Cuba's Andy Cruz for a place in the quarter-finals.

    McCormack's twin brother Pat has already guaranteed himself a medal in the welterweight division.

    Cruz stood out in the first round

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    Here's SunSport's Martin Lipton reporting Team GB's boxer Galal Yafai's win from Tokyo:

    Galal Yafai continued GB’s winning ring streak to reach the last eight – but admitted he was nowhere near good enough.

    Flyweight Yafai, 28, edged past Patrick Chinyemba of Zambia to set up a showdown with former world champion Yosmany Veitia of cuba on Tuesday.

    Brummie Yafai, the third of three boxing brothers including 2008 Olympian and WBA super-flyweight champion Khalid, squeaked out a 3-2 majority verdict by a single point from the Cuban judge.

    Bizarrely, the Argentine official gave the slippery and elusive Chinyemba, who boxed entirely on the retreat, the second round despite taking a standing count.

    Yafai admitted: “It was a nightmare.

    “I have to step it up on Tuesday, one million per cent. If I box like that again I don't deserve a medal, do I?”

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    Team GB have lost in the bronze medal play-off against Fiji!

    Britain's players are distraught after losing 21-12 and missing out on third place.

    This is just the third time Fiji have won an Olympic medal

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    Pablo Carreno Busta has just won the bronze medal in the Tokyo Olympics.

    Carreno Busta and Djokovic went through an absolutely intense third set in Japan.

    But it is the Spaniard who prevails over the world No1 with 6-4, 6-7, 6-3 to make the podium



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    The men's bronze play-off is at a knife's edge as neither Carreno Busta or Djokovic are giving up.

    Both men are basically just one point away from third place.

    Advantage Carreno Busta

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    Fiji have just extended their lead and are making things even harder for Team GB.

    Britain had a glimmer of hope with a try before half time but a great offload sees Reapi Ulunisau away for her country's third try.

    Fiji now lead 21-5

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    Team GB's women are going for the bronze medal in the rugby sevens against Fiji now.

    The Brits endure a difficult start as Alowesi Nakoci gets an early try and Fiji lead 7-0.

    Things get worse as Nakoci races away again to extend their lead to 14-0 just before half time.

    But Britain hit back with Megan Jones' try that cuts Fiji's lead to 14-5.

    And that's half-time

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    Team GB boxer Galal Yafai clinches a 3-2 split decision win over Zambia's Patrick Chinyemba in the final round.

    That means Yafai is through to Tuesday's quarter-finals where he'll face Cuba's Yosvany Veitia

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    Team GB's Galal Yafai is taking on Zambia's Patrick Chinyemba and has had the upper hand.

    However, three of the judges' scorecards are tied 19-19 after two rounds.

    This means the fight is still in the balance heading into the final round

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    Pablo Carreno Busta has come out stronger in the third set after losing the second to Novak Djokovic.

    The world number one has been very frustrated so far…

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    British tennis legend Andy Murray has praised mixed events in sports.

    This comes after the morning's medals in the 4×100 metres mixed medley relay and the triathlon mixed relay

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    Novak Djokovic has really lost his cool…

    Djokovic sends the ball out and is so frustrated he BREAKS his racket!

    Reminding you all that he previously threw his racket to the empty stands.

    Good thing the Olympics are taking place behind closed doors

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    Team USA's Xander Schauffele leads ahead of the final round of the men's golf.

    But Paul Casey and Tommy Fleetwood are following closely

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    Djokovic is growing increasingly frustrated as he threw his racket to the empty stands.

    Carreno Busta is taking world No1 Djokovic to the absolute limit!

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    Novak Djokovic fought back after losing the first set to Pablo Carreno Busta.

    Here's how he came back in the second set of the bronze medal play-off:

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    Novak Djokovic has won the second set against Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta.

    After losing the first set 4-6, Serbia's Djokovic took the second on a tie-break 7-6 (8-6) to set up a deciding third.

    The encounter has been going on for one hour and 53 minutes, so far

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    Team GB star athlete Adam Peaty took to social media after today's triumph.

    Peaty thanked everyone back home for their immense support

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    British Athletes Commission Chair Vicki Aggar praised Team USA's Simone Biles' decision to prioritise her mental health over the Olympics.

    Aggar said: "The phrase ‘defining moment’ – in a sporting context – usually refers to performances which will be remembered for years or even decades, and inspire generations to come. What Simone Biles choose to do at Tokyo’s Ariake Gymnastics Centre this week ticks those boxes and more.

    "For a long time sport, like society, has not treated mental health with the respect and importance that it deserves. Whilst there has been ample focus and investment on getting athletes back to health after a physical injury, for decades, mental wellbeing has been at best misunderstood, and at worst, ignored.

    "There’s no doubt now, that things are changing. While some of the more general reaction to Simone Biles’ withdrawal illustrates the progress still to be made in society’s understanding of mental health issues, it was incredibly heartening to see the universal support that her decision attracted from her fellow athletes.

    "These athletes – for the most part, of Simone’s generation – have grown up surrounded by a more progressive attitude to mental health, and are involved in an elite sport system which, while still being some way short of perfect, has genuinely now begun to invest in its athletes as people, rather than sporting commodities.

    "Like us at the British Athletes Commission, many of Biles’ peers see this as a potentially seminal moment in sport. For one of the highest-profile names at an Olympic Games to, whilst in the running for a fifth career gold medal, put her mental health first is a huge statement.

    "Her courage can now ensure that the conversation can move on even further; that athletes can feel more comfortable speaking out about such issues; that decisionmakers within sport will find it impossible not to factor in mental health considerations when building an environment for training or competition.

    "For all Simone Biles’ countless extraordinary achievements, pushing forward the conversation on mental health and providing a courageous and unprecedented example to current and future athletes around the world, may just turn out to be her most important"

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    Novak Djokovic and Pablo Carreno Busta's second set has turned into a marathon.

    It's 6-6 between the two men and there have been no break points.

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