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Australia at the Olympics on Wednesday: day 12 schedule of who and when to watch in Tokyo today

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<span>Photograph: Ina Fassbender/AFP/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Ina Fassbender/AFP/Getty Images

Here is our full guide to all the Australians in action on day 12 of the Olympics. Check our schedule for Wednesday 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 10:08am – men’s decathlon first five events (Ash Moloney, Cedric Dubler); 12pm – men’s 110m hurdles semi-finals (Nick Hough); 8pm – women’s 1500m semi-final 1 (Jessica Hull); 8:12pm – women’s 1500m semi-final 2 (Linden Hall); 9pm – women’s 3,000m steeplechase final (Genevieve Gregson); 10:05pm – men’s 800m final (Peter Bol)

Marathon swimming

7:30am – women’s 10 km (Kareena Lee)

Canoe sprint

From 10:30am – Men’s Kayak Single 200m (Thomas Green), Women’s Canoe Single 200m (Bernadette Wallace), Women’s Kayak Single 500m (Catherine McArthur), Men’s Kayak Double 1000m (Riley Fitzsimmons, Jordan Wood)


8:30am – women’s individual, first round (Hannah Green, Minjee Lee)


10am – women’s park preliminaries (Poppy Star Olsen); 1:30pm – final


2:40pm – women’s quarter-final (Australia v United States)


3:33pm – 470 men medal race (Matthew Belcher, Will Ryan); 4:33pm – 470 women medal race (Monique de Vries, Nia Jerwood)


4pm – women’s 10m preliminary (Nikita Haines, Melissa Wu)

Cycling track

From 4:30pm – men’s sprint qualifying and rounds of 32 and 16, plus repechage (Matthew Glaetzer and Matthew Richardson); from 5:10pm – women’s Keirin round one and repechage (Kaarle McCulloch); 6:59pm – men’s team pursuit finals (Leigh Howard, Kelland O’Brien, Luke Plapp, Alexander Porter, Sam Welsford)


8pm – jumping individual final (Daniel Meech)


From 6pm – sport climbing, women’s qualification speed, bouldering, lead (Oceana Mackenzie)

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