On the 7th day of the Tokyo Olympic Games, Aaron Wolf won the gold medal in the men's 100 kg class of judo, Naori Hamada won the gold medal in the women's 78 kg class, and Mima Ito won the bronze medal in the women's singles of table tennis. did.
Wolf Aaron, who faced the first Olympics in the judo and men's 100-kilometer class, won the Olympics with his strong throwing technique, and in the final, he won the gold medal by deciding Ouchi mowing in overtime against the Korean player.
This is the first gold medal in this class in Japan for the first time in five tournaments since the men's Japan national team coach Kosei Inoue won the Sydney tournament.
In the women's 78-kilometer class, Shori Hamada won by making full use of her strong grounding skills, and even in the final, she won one by holding down the French player.
Hamada is the gold medal that won all four games up to the final at the first Olympics.
As a result, the Japanese judo team has won gold medals for six consecutive days from the first day of the competition.
In table tennis, Mima Ito won the bronze medal in the women's singles bronze medal by beating the Singaporean player with a game count of 4 to 1.
This is the first time for a Japanese player to win a medal in women's singles.
Tennis was the men's singles quarter-final, when Kei Nishikori lost to world champion Novak Djokovic in a straight with a set count of 0-2, and did not win the medal following the bronze medal of the previous tournament.
Gymnastics is the final of the women's individual all-around, and Mai Murakami is good at deciding the "Siribas" of H difficulty and marking the top score overall, and this event is the 5th place, which is the highest ever among Japanese players. I entered.
In the men's 200-meter breaststroke final, Ryuya Mura finished in 7th place with a time of 2: 08.42.
In the men's 200-meter backstroke semi-final, Ryosuke Irie advanced to the final in 8th place overall, but Keita Sunama was eliminated in the semi-final in 14th place overall.
In the semi-finals of the men's 200m individual medley, Daiya Seto finished 3rd overall and Kosuke Hagino finished 6th overall.
In the qualifying for the mixed 400-meter medley relay, a new event in this tournament in which Rikako Ikee also participated, Japan did not advance to the final in 9th place overall.
In the mixed doubles semi-finals, the pair of Yuta Watanabe and Arisa Higashino, who ranked 5th in the world, lost to the Chinese pair, who ranked 3rd in the world, and did not advance to the final.
On the 30th, we will face the 3rd place playoff with the aim of winning the first medal of this event Japanese player.
In the first round of the women's singles final tournament, Nozomi Okuhara, who is third in the world, beat the Canadian player, who is 11th in the world, straight with a game count of 2-0.
Akane Yamaguchi, who is 5th in the world, also defeated the 18th Korean player in the world in a straight line to advance to the quarterfinals on the 30th.
On the other hand, in the women's doubles quarterfinals, the "Fukuhiro" pair of Yuki Fukushima and Sayaka Hirota, who ranked first in the world, lost to the Chinese pair, who ranked third in the world, and did not advance to the semifinals.
The first round of golf men was held, and Hideki Matsuyama started in 20th place with 2 unders.
In the fencing and women's foil groups, Japan lost to Canada in the 5th and 6th place playoffs and finished 6th.