TEAM GB have high expectations going into Day 12 in Tokyo.
Skateboarding starlet Sky Brown has clinched skateboarding BRONZE at the age of only 13.
In doing so, the California-based British star has become our youngest ever medallist at a Games.
She had become the youngest Brit to even COMPETE at a summer Games, surpassing by 15 days the record held by swimmer Margery Hinton from the 1928 Games.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson has started her heptathlon competition with a strong run in the first event, the 100m hurdles.
But then she dropped behind rival Naffi Thiam in the high jump, where she appeared to need treatment on her troublesome Achilles.
Team GB’s women have been thumped by the Dutch in their hockey semi-final as the 2016 silver medalists won 5-1, exacting revenge for their Rio final defeat five years ago.
In sailing Hannah Mills can become the most decorated female sailor in Olympic history if she wins a medal with parter Eilidh McIntyre in the 470.
Meanwhile Jason Kenny has the chance to go for another gold medal in the men’s track sprint.
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