A Little Roundup
It's not only a silver medal -it's an engagement with her boyfriend for Team Canada diver Jennifer Abel.
Team Poland's Jolanta Ogar was about to retire, but came to Tokyo and won Olympic sailing silver.
Team Tunisia's marathon swimmer Oussama Mellouli, Londo 2012 champion, may be 37 and an 18th-place finisher at Tokyo 2020, but he's got an eye on Paris 2024.
Field hockey sees Team India back on the podium for the first time since Moscow 1980, with a statement of support for Covid-19 frontlineworkers.
Six years after a heart attack, Team Netherlands' Shanne Braspennincx strikes track cycling gold in the kierin.
Lisa Carrington: Three canoeing golds at Tokyo 2020 and now Team New Zealand's "greatest-ever Olympian".
Myles Amine's wrestling bronze medal means three (!) medals for Team San Marino at Tokyo 2020.
Team USA's track & field legend Carl Lewis does not hold back in his assessment of the latest men's sprint relay woes.
It was only his second-ever 50km race walk, but Team Poland's David Tomala dominated for gold.
Steeplechase bronze medalist Hyvin Kiyeng of Team Kenya calls it a career on the track.
Ash Moloney's first decathlon medal for Team Australia is spurred on by a teammate Cedric Dubler's mid-race encouragement.
"Queen of karate", Team Spain's Sandra Sanchez, fittingly wins kata gold. "I'm happy but I want to cry."
Ones to Watch
âTeam Mexico's star goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa will be eager for a 'consolation bronze' in men's soccer today.
Brian Irr started karate at age eight, and is ready to "enjoy the challenge of facing different opponents" for Team USA.
Stoyka Krasteva is the first Team Bulgarian Olympic boxing finalist in 25 years.
Meanwhile, Kellie Harrington is close to cementing her status as Katie Taylor's Olympic heir apparent for Team Ireland in boxing.
For Team USA's Evita Griskenas, "the excitement is coming in waves" for Olympic rhythmic gymnastics.