On the 6th day of the Tokyo Olympic Games, 19-year-old Daiki Hashimoto in the gymnastics men's individual all-around, Yui Ohashi in the 200-meter individual medley for swimming women, and Chizuru Arai in the 70-kilometer class for judo women won gold medals. Won.


This is a highlight video of the 6th day of the tournament.

Gymnastics

In gymnastics, 19-year-old Daiki Hashimoto won the gold medal in the men's individual all-around.


Hashimoto, who ranked first in the qualifying, marked 14.833 in the first event, and in the second event, the pommel horse and the fifth event, the horizontal bar scored in the 15-point range, leaving the first event in China. In 3rd place, 0.467 behind Xiao Ruoteng, he faced the final event, the horizontal bar.


On the horizontal bar, Xiao, who acted earlier, remained at 14.066, while Hashimoto succeeded in releasing techniques such as "Cassina" of G difficulty one after another, marking a score of 14.933 and winning the gold medal at the first Olympics in the reversal. Won.


In this event, Kohei Uchimura has won the championship for the second time in a row, and Japan is the gold medal for the third consecutive tournament.

According to the Japan Gymnastics Association, Hashimoto was the youngest gold medal in the men's individual all-around at the Olympic Games.


18-year-old Takeru Kitazono, who participated in the same individual overall, was fifth.

Swimming

In the women's 200-meter individual medley, Yui Ohashi faced the final and moved up in the ranking with his favorite backstroke and won the gold medal.


Following the women's 400m individual medley, it was the first Japanese female athlete to win two gold medals in one tournament at the Summer Olympics.


In the men's 200m butterfly, Honda Akira finished at 1: 53.73 and won the silver medal.

It is the fifth consecutive Olympic Games since the 2004 Athens Games that Japanese athletes have won medals in this Olympic event.


In addition, in the men's 200-meter breaststroke semi-final, Tatsuya Takera advanced to the final in 6th place overall at 2: 08.27, but Japan record holder Shoma Sato was in 10th overall at 2: 09.04. I didn't advance to the final.


In the women's 200m butterfly semi-final, Suzuka Hasegawa missed the final in 9th place overall at 2: 09.42.

judo

In judo, Chizuru Arai won the gold medal in the women's 70 kg class.


Arai successfully won the second round of the first round and the quarterfinals, and in the semifinals, he won the longest fierce battle of 16 minutes 41 seconds through men and women.

In the final, he won the championship by setting up foot and ground fighting one after another, and won the gold medal at the first Olympics.


On the other hand, in the men's 90 kg class, Shoichiro Mukai was eliminated in the third round.


Japanese men have won gold medals for four consecutive days since the first day of the competition, but for the first time they finished without medals.

boxing

Boxing was a women's featherweight quarter-final, with Sena Irie defeating a Romanian player to advance to the semi-finals, with a bronze medal or better.


This is the first time that a Japanese boxing girl has been awarded a medal.

Table tennis

In table tennis, Mima Ito, who won the gold medal in mixed doubles in the women's singles quarterfinals, defeated South Korea's Jeon Ji-hee with a game count of 4-0 and decided to advance to the semifinals.


On the other hand, Kasumi Ishikawa played against a Singaporean player and lost with a game count of 1 to 4, and did not advance to the semi-finals.

badminton

Badminton missed the final tournament in the men's singles qualifying league, with Japanese ace Kento Momota losing straight to 38th-ranked Korean player Heo Kwang-hee with a game count of 0-2. Did.


On the other hand, in the mixed doubles quarterfinals, the pair of Yuta Watanabe and Arisa Higashino, who ranked 5th in the world, became the pair of Thai Dechapon Puawaranukuro and Sapsiree Taerattanachai, who ranked 2nd in the world. We won 1 to 1 and decided to advance to the semi-finals for the first time in this event.

football

In the men's soccer league, Japan defeated France 4-0 in the third round of the qualifying league, and decided to advance to the quarterfinals with all three wins in the qualifying league.


Japan opened the scoring with Takefusa Kubo's three consecutive goals in the 27th minute of the first half, and Hiroki Sakai scored an additional goal in the 34th minute of the first half.

Japan, who added 2 points in the second half, won 4-0 and passed Group A in 1st place with all 3 wins.


Japan will face New Zealand in the quarterfinals on the 31st of this month.

tennis

In the third round of men's singles, Kei Nishikori, who ranked 69th in the world, beat Ilya Ibashka of Belarus, who ranked 66th in the world, with a straight win with a set count of 2-0, deciding to enter the best 8 of the third consecutive tournament. rice field.


The quarter-finals will face world champion Novak Djokovic of Serbia.


Meanwhile, in the men's doubles quarterfinals, Kei Nishikori and Ben McLachlan played against Croatia's Mate Pavić and Nikola Mektić, losing straight with a set count of 0-2.

baseball

The qualifying league for baseball began on the 27th, and Japan played against the Dominican Republic in the first match held at the prefectural Azuma Baseball Stadium in Fukushima City.


Starting pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto pitched 6 times with 2 hits and no runs, but the second pitcher Koyo Aoyagi was the first to score 2 points in the 7th inning, and the 5th pitcher Ryoji Kuribayashi added points in the 9th inning. Was robbed.

After returning 1 point in the 7th inning and tying in the 9th inning, Hayato Sakamoto hit a hit from 1 out bases loaded and won a goodbye 4 to 3 to start the first game.


Japan will face Mexico in the second round of the qualifying league on the 31st.

Rugby sevens

A sevens rugby boy, Japan finished 11th, beating South Korea 31-19 in a ranking match to decide 11th and 12th.


Japan, which had lost four games in a row so far, won their first victory in the final match of this tournament.

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