Tokyo Olympics: When to watch canoeing, water polo and hockey

Still navigating exactly what Olympic event you should be watching when? We can help.

From BMX to shooting and sailing - and everything in between - there's lots to keep you on the couch.

It's been a huge day so far - with even more medals in the pool. Zac Stubblety-Cook has produced a stunning last lap to win the gold medal in the men's 200-metres breaststroke; Kyle Chalmers won silver in the 100m freestyle - and was just six-hundredths of a second away from gold

3.30pm SHOOTING:

Aussie trap shooters Penny Smith and Laetisha Scanlan have qualified for the final this afternoon.

3.39pm: CANOE

Multi-Olympian Jessica Fox goes for gold in the canoe slalom. She's one of the top qualifiers and will go 14th in the 18-strong field. The final is scheduled to at 4.55pm - and it will.

8.50pm WATER POLO:

The Australian men's team, the Sharks, play the third of their five preliminary round matches against Serbia at the Tatsumi Water Polo Centre. With a win and a loss so far, a win would be handy.

10.15pm HOCKEY:

The cool of the night? Well, not really. But the Hockeyroos will be out to keep that unbeaten run going when they tackle New Zealnd.


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