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Tigers At The #TokyeauxOlympics: Watch Guide, July 30-Aug 2

Athletics - Olympics: Day 7 Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

(All times and dates mentioned are US central)

Softball

Team USA and LSU assistant coach Howard Dobson lost the Gold Medal vs Japan and will take home Silver.

3B Amanda Sanchez and Mexico lost in the Bronze medal game to Canada.

It was a nice return for softball to the Olympics, all things considered. The US will have to wait some time for revenge though. Softball will not return to the Olympic lineup until the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles.

Soccer

Allysha Chapman and Team Canada continue to advance, beating Brazil on penalty kicks to advance to the Semifinals. They will play the great USWNT at 3am on Monday Aug 2.

Basketball

One more round of Group Play to go in basketball. Sylvia Fowles and the 2-0 US women’s team will take on France Sunday at 11:40pm. Duop Reath and 2-0 Team Australia face Germany at 3am Saturday.

Tennis

Michael Venus has won the first medal in Tennis for New Zealand in 109 years as he and his partner Marcus Daniell defeated the US in the Bronze Medal match Thursday night. It is also the first olympic medal of any kind for an LSU tennis player. Neal Skupski and Great Britain were eliminated in the 2n round of Men’s Doubles competition.

Swimming

As reported earlier, Brooks Curry (and his jorts) were subbed out of the Men’s 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay Final, which the US won. As he swam in the qualifying heat, he will still receive a Gold medal as part of the team.

Juan Celaya-Hernandez placed 4th in Men’s Synchronized 3m Springboard, missing a medal by just 5 points.

Track & Field

JuVaughn Harrison nailed his High Jump qualifying and advances to the Finals on Sunday Morning. He will also begin Long Jump qualifying on early Saturday morning.

LSU Legend MONDO Duplantis, the current world record holder in multiple disciplines of the pole vault, will finally make his Olympics debut Friday night with qualifying at 7:40pm.

Also in action on the track for LSU this weekend will be Michael Cherry-USA in the Men’s 400m, Favour Ofili-Nigeria in the Women’s 200m, and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake-Great Britain in the Men’s 200m

Kelly-Ann Baptiste for Trinidad & Tobago in the Women’s 100m was eliminated in a qualifying heat.

Tigers At The #TokyeauxOlympics: Watch Guide, July 30-Aug 2

Sport LSU Player/Coach Representing Event Live Time (CT) Watch Live
Sport LSU Player/Coach Representing Event Live Time (CT) Watch Live
Softball Amanda Sanchez Mexico Loss in Bronze Medal game v Canada
Howard Dobson USA (Assistant Coach) Silver Medal vs Japan
Soccer Allysha Chapman Canada Semifinal v USA 8/2 3am Streaming
Women's Basketball Sylvia Fowles USA Group Stage v France 8/1 1140pm Streaming
Men’s Basketball Duop Reath Australia Group Stage v Germany 7/31 320am Streaming
Women’s Golf Madelene Sagstrom Sweden No action STARTS AUG 4
Men’s Tennis Michael Venus New Zealand Men's Doubles - Bronze Medal
Neal Skupski Great Britain Men's Doubles - 2nd Rd elimination
Swimming Brooks Curry USA Gold Medal 400m Relay Freestyle Relay
Juan Celaya-Hernandez Mexico 4th place Diving Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard
Anne Tuxen Norway Diving Women's 10m Platform STARTS AUG 4
Rick Bishop Hong Kong (Head Coach)
Track & Field Favour Ofili Nigeria W 200m 8/1 830pm NBC
W 4 x 100m Relay 8/5
Mondo Duplantis Sweden M Pole Vault 7/30 740pm Streaming
Michael Cherry USA M 400m 7/31 845pm Streaming
Damion Thomas Jamaica M 110m Hurdles 8/3
JuVaughn Harrison USA M High Jump - Finals 8/1 510am Streaming
M Long Jump 7/31 5am Streaming
Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake Great Britain M 4 x 400m Relay 8/6
M 200m 8/2 10pm
Kelly-Ann Baptiste Trinidad & Tobago W 100m - 6th place in Heat 2
W 4 x 100m Relay 8/5
Vernon Norwood USA M 4 x 400m Relay 8/6
Aleia Hobbs USA W 4 x 100m Relay 8/5
Richard Thompson Trinidad & Tobago M 4 x 100m Relay 8/5
Semoy Hackett Trinidad & Tobago W 4 x 100m Relay 8/5
Akanni Hislop Trinidad & Tobago M 4 x 100m Relay 8/5