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Australia at the Olympics on Monday: day 10 schedule of who and when to watch in Tokyo today

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<span>Photograph: Behrouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Behrouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images

Here is our full guide to all the Australians in action on day 10 of the Olympics. Check our schedule for Monday to see what time each event is on, so you know exactly when to tune in to watch today. All times are AEST.

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From 10:35am – women’s 1500m round one (Linden Hall, Jessica Hull, Georgia Griffith); 12:18am – women’s 200m round one (Riley Day); 8:20pm – women’s pole vault qualifying round (Nina Kennedy, Elizaveta Parnova); 9:13pm – men’s 400m semi-finals (Steve Solomon)


9:30am – men’s 25m rapid fire pistol qualification and finals (Sergei Evglevski); 12:30pm – men’s 50m rifle 3 position qualification and finals (Jack Rossiter, Dane Sampson)

Canoe sprint

11:20am – men’s kayak single 1000m (Thomas Green, Jean van der Westhuyzen); 1pm – women’s kayak double 500m (Jamie Roberts and Jo Brigden-Jones, Aly Bull and Alyce Wood)


1pm – women’s quarter-finals (Australia v India)


1:05pm – 470 men race 9-10 (Matthew Belcher, Will Ryan); 1:05pm – 470 women race 9-10 (Monique de Vries, Nia Jerwood); 3:33pm – skiff 49er FX women medal race (Tess Lloyd, Jaime Ryan); 4:33pm – skiff 49er men medal race (Sam Phillips, Will Phillips)


4pm – men’s 3m preliminary (Shixin Li)

Cycling track

4:50pm – women’s team pursuit qualifying (Ashlee Ankudinoff, Georgia Baker, Annette Edmonson, Alexandra Manly, Maeve Plouffe); 6pm – men’s team pursuit qualifying (Leigh Howard, Kelland O’Brien, Luke Plapp, Alexander Porter, Sam Welsford)


6pm – eventing jumping individual qualifier, individual and team final (Australia – Andrew Hoy, Shane Rose, Kevin McNabb)

Artistic swimming

8:30pm – duet free routine preliminary (Emily Rogers, Amie Thompson)


8:50pm – women’s +87 kg (Charisma Amoe-Tarrant)

Water polo

8:50pm – men’s Group A (Australia v Kazakhstan)


9pm – women’s semi-finals (Australia v Sweden)


10pm – women’s Group C (Australia v Puerto Rico)

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