|Dates: 23 July-8 August Time in Tokyo: BST +8|
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Great Britain kicked off a golden Saturday by winning two of the new mixed relay events but there was disappointment for world champion sprinter Dina Asher-Smith.
Asher-Smith failed to reach the 100m final and later said she would drop out of the 200m because of an injury.
But GB claimed the inaugural Olympic triathlon mixed relay title.
And their swimmers followed that up by winning the 4x100m mixed medley relay in a world-record time.
Emma Wilson then added a sailing bronze medal in the women’s RS:X windsurfing and boxer Karriss Artingstall collected featherweight bronze after losing her semi-final against Japan’s Sena Irie.
It takes GB’s total medal haul in Tokyo to 28, with eight gold medals, four of those coming in swimming – the first time they have won that many in the pool in 113 years.
Double world medallist Asher-Smith was eliminated from the 100m after finishing third in the semi-final – and 10th fastest overall.
The 25-year-old spoke afterwards about her lack of preparation for the Games after suffering a hamstring tear and, in an emotional interview, said she would not compete in the 200m, an event in which she is the reigning world champion.
“It broke my heart because I am a competitor. It is the Olympics but there are plenty other championships…