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Tunisia and Japan stun swimming superpowers as Barty and Murray exit

Tunisia and Japan stun swimming superpowers as Barty and Murray exit

7/25/2021 8:15:00 AM

Tunisia and Japan stun swimming superpowers as Barty and Murray exit

Surprise gold medal joy in the pool for Tunisia and Japan and an Aussie world record contrasted with abject misery for some of the world's best athletes whose Oly mpics were over in a flash on a dramatic Sunday in Tokyo.

"I just can't believe it. It's a dream and it became true. It was great. It was my best race ever," the 18-year-old Hafnaoui said after he produced a blistering finish to pip Australia's Jack McLoughlin, with U.S. swimmer Kieran Smith taking bronze.

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The joy in the teenager's face was in sharp contrast to the misery of Wimbledon champion Ash Barty upon her shock departure in the first round. Britain's twice Olympic champion Andy Murray didn't even get that far. He pulled out of the tournament injured before his opening singles match.

The Aussies got their moment in the pool in the last of the morning races when the Dolphins beat their own world record of 3:29.69 in the 4x100m women's freestyle relay. Chase Kalisz delivered Team USA its first gold in the men's 400m medley.Ohashi's gold offers organisers hope of improving enthusiasm for the delayed Olympics among the Japanese public, who are labouring under a state of emergency in the capital amid elevated COVID-19 cases.

The shadows of the pandemic continued to hang over the Games. World number six golfer Bryson DeChambeau was replaced in the U.S. men's team after testing positive for COVID-19 before his departure. The Dutch rowing coach also tested positive as Olympic organisers

, bringing the total disclosed to 132.The International Olympic Committee (IOC) insisted thatmasks were a "must to have"at Tokyo medal ceremonies after swimmers were seen taking off theirs on the medal podium and hugging other competitors in violation of COVID-19 rules.

"It's not a nice to have. It's a must to have," said IOC spokesman Mark Adams.TOKYO SWELTERSEarlier in the day, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga phoned judoka Naohisa Takato to offer congratulations after the triple world champion secured Japan's first gold medal with

victoryover Taiwan's Yang Yung-wei on Saturday."This gold medal give hopes and dreams to many children and young people. There are also reports that many families are really delighted," Suga said in the call.Japanese tennis superstar Naomi Osaka, who lit the Olympic cauldron on Friday at the opening ceremony, started her first match against China's Saisai Zheng at the Ariake Tennis Park.

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With temperatures rising above 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in Tokyo,skateboarderswere sweating at their historic Olympic debut, part of organisers' attempts to broaden the appeal of the world's largest sporting event.Competitors at the unshaded Ariake Urban Sports Park on the Tokyo waterfront said the heat was already unbearable at 9 a.m. and that it was a distraction from performing their tricks.

Yahoo Tenki, one of Japan's most popular weather apps, offered caution over the risk of heatstroke, saying users should "avoid exercising under the sun" and "minimise vigorous exercise".Surfing also made itsOlympic debuton Sunday, with competitors meeting with a strengthening swell after flat conditions a day earlier at Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach in Chiba prefecture, which borders the capital.

A typhoon is currently forecast to hit the main Japanese island of Honshu midweek, potentially bringing heavy rain and high winds.Simone Biles was also about to get into action on Sunday, setting the stage for a gymnastics gold medal assault that could enshrine the American in the pantheon of Olympic all-time greats.

Biles and her U.S. team mates go into the qualification competition as the gold medal favourites in almost every event.The 24-year-old, who has won every all-around competition she has contested since 2013, needs three more medals to move past Shannon Miller as the most decorated U.S. gymnast.

Reporting by Sam Nussey, Takashi Umekawa, Mari Saito and Steve Keating; Editing by Stephen Coates and Muralikumar AnantharamanOur Standards:More from ReutersSign up for our newsletterSubscribe for our daily curated newsletter to receive the latest exclusive Reuters coverage delivered to your inbox.

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