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We’ve reached the final week of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and a number of sports are at the all-important medal stages.
Sure, it’s flown by, but with an action-packed week ahead the best action could still be yet to come…
You can check out the latest betting for the Olympics by heading to Paddy’s dedicated page at paddypower.com/olympics.
Below you’ll find details of 13 key medal events in the remaining days of the Tokyo Olympics.
Tuesday August 3
It’s a busy day of track and field action with six medal events including the men’s 400m hurdles (4.20am) featuring Norway’s world-record holder Karsten Warholm.
There are two gold medal matches in the ring, one of which sees Great Britain’s Pat McCormack face Roniel Iglesias of Cuba in the men’s welterweight (11.05am).
It’s the final day of artistic gymnastics and 2019 world champion Joe Fraser goes for gold for Great Britain in the men’s parallel bars (9am).
Wednesday August 4
The men’s 200m (1.55pm) is the standout attraction of the seven athletics medal events, with Noah Lyles of the USA the favourite to claim the gold ahead of the heats on Tuesday.
To the boxing for the only final of the day, which sees Team GB’s Benjamin Whittaker take on Cuba’s Arlen Lopez in the men’s light heavyweight competition (7.35am).
Skateboarding has been a monster hit on its Olympics debut, and Great Britain’s Sky Brown – the world’s youngest pro – competes in the women’s park (from 1am).
Thursday August 5
Sport climbing is one of the new sports on the Olympics schedule for Tokyo 2020 and the men’s combined (from 9.30am) will attract plenty of attention, with Tomoa Narasaki of Japan the favourite to claim gold on home soil (well, admittedly a few feet above the ground…)
Friday August 6
The women’s football has been as competitive as ever with pre-Games favourites USA only making it to the bronze medal match – so it’s Sweden vs Canada in the final (3am).
Saturday August 7
It’s a super Saturday as a whole host of sports reach their conclusion including the men’s basketball (3.30am), with Luka Doncic’s Slovenia appearing the most likely to upset the odds and beat USA to the gold.
Who doesn’t love a relay? The baton dominates proceedings once again and Great Britain have outside hopes of topping the pile in the women’s 4×400 relay (1.30pm).
Tom Daley finally got his hands on gold in the men’s synchronised 10m platform and he attempts to double up on his own in the 10m platform (from 2am).
Sunday August 8
Irish and British eyes could well be focused on the boxing ring on the final day of competition, with Kellie Harrington and Caroline Dubois hoping to win gold in the women’s lightweight boxing (6am).
While Frazer Clarke could land one last gold for Team GB if he reaches the men’s super heavyweight final (7.15am).
Olympics betting guides
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