GREAT BRITAIN have added another five medals to the haul this morning on Day 7 in Tokyo, including GOLD in BMX.
Bethany Shriever won gold in the women’s race while Kye Whyte took silver in the men’s for a stunning double in the sport.
Earlier on, Brit swimming sensation Duncan Scott picked up his third medal of this Olympics with a painfully close silver in the men’s 200m freestyle final.
While Luke Greenbank added a bronze in the 200m backstroke as Team GB got on the medal board.
And while Britain’s rowers bagged a bronze in the men’s eight final, this has been the first Games since 1908 that GB picked up no golds.
On the track, Dina Asher-Smith kicked off her 100m quest as she came through her heat.
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