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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games I What you cannot miss about the Games on the 13th (Thursday, August 5)

WHAT YOU CANNOT MISS ON DAY 13 OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES

GAME SCHEDULE AND SCHEDULES

After the full canoeing session this Wednesday, the Spanish representatives aspire to fight for medals. And among all stands out Saul Craviotto who will row with Carlos Arevalo in the final of K-1 200 trying to hang the first medal in these Olympic Games in Tokyo at 02:30. At 03:12 it will be the turn of Francisco Cubelos and Íñigo Peña. It also highlights the debut in Tokyo, of the best karate fighter in history, Sandra Sanchez, who will look for a medal in a day that starts at 03:40.

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Another medal can be secured in women’s water polo, where the women’s team faces Hungary at 12:50 p.m.. The hispanics, for their part, they will try to seize the medal and get into the final by beating the almighty Denmark, starting at 14:00.

The day starts with Alberto Martinez competing in open water, and Azahara Muñoz and Carlota Ciganda continuing with his participation in women’s golf. And in athletics, Asier Martinez, will try to surprise in the final of 110m hurdles, hanging a medal like Orlando Ortega in Rio 2016. It also highlights the participation in the men’s 1,500m semifinals of Ignacio Fontes, Jesús Gómez and Adel Mechaal. And to that is added that Maria Vicente and Jorge Ureña They will continue their participation in heptalon and decathlon.

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