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Laurel Hubbard takes the world spotlight, as she competes as the first transgender athlete at the Olympics from 10:50pm.
Our men's and women's teams pursuits teams are in the hunt for the medals at the veladrome, but it's not looking good for our three-day eventing team.
Lisa Carrington started her quest for more Olympic gold with a bang, qualifying for the K1 200 and K2 500 semi-finals, with Caitlin Regal, by winning her heats.
They'll be joined by Teneale Hatton and Alicia Hoskin, who also qualified.
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke's 49er medal race has been delayed until Tuesday, due to a lack of wind.
Live updates have concluded
Wrap - That's us all wrapped up for the / morning. We will see yu all back here at Newshub.co.nz from 10am tomorrow.
Equestrian: Individual Final
Jesse Campbell 22nd, Tim Price 24th, Jonelle Price 11th
12:40am - Equestrian: All done and dusted in the individual comp. Jonelle Price 11th, Jesse Campbell 22nd and Tim Price 24th. New Zealand finished 5th in the team comp.
12:21am - Equestrian: Two rails down for Jonelle Price and Grovine De Reve will drop her outside the top 10. She will be the highest finishing Kiwi.
12:15am - Equestrian: Tim Price is looking likely to finish in 24th, Jesse Campbell 22nd, but Jonelle Price is yet to jump and is a slim chance at jumping into a medal spot.
12:06am - Equestrian: Tim Price and an exhausted Vitali struggle, knocking down four rails, so the Kiwi finishes well down the order - will let you know where exactly once the live scoring updates.
11:50pm - Equestrian: Jesse Campbell up in the individual jumping round on Diachello. Two rails down with 1.6 second in time penalties and that will drop him down to 24th with 54.50 total score.
Weightlifting: Women's 87kg Final - Laurel Hubbard
Result: Laurel Hubbard records a DNF after three failed attempts in the snatch.
11:41pm - Weightlifting: Just confirming that Laurel Hubbard wasn't able to land any of three snatch attempts and records a DNF.
11:39pm - Weightlifting: Hubbard back for a do or die lift at 125kgs and she can't manage it and she is eliminated from the competition.
11:38pm - Weightlifting: Korean Seon Lee is back at the 125kg mark and she nails it with ease again.
11:36pm - Weightlifting: Hubbard is back! Looking for 125kgs. And she struggles to get it up - she does get there, but the judges say no. 2-1 against. So no lift yet for the Kiwi and she is one miss away from being out of the medal hunt.
11:35pm - Weightlifting: Campbell back out and lands 122kgs this time and is in contention for a medal.
11:33pm - Weightlifting: Korean Seon Lee smashes 122kgs. Impressive.
11:33pm - Weightlifting: Campbell is back with the bar set at 122kgs - she can't quite get it up.
11:32pm - Weightlifting: The American and Korean lifters both nail 120kgs.
11:30pm - Weightlifting: Hubbard fails at 120kgs - just lost a little bit of control as she attempted to rise form her crouch.
11:29pm - Weightlifting: Here she comes New Zealand. Laurel Hubbard looking to lift 120kgs.
11:27pm - Weightlifting: Great Britain's Emily Campbell lifts 118kgs with her first of three snatch lifts.
11:26pm - Weightlifting: Saladin returns but fails in her attempt at 116kgs and is done for the snatch comp.
11:25pm - Weightlifting: Akmal returns to the stage and smashes a lift of 115kgs - just 3kgs below her PB - on her final snatch lift.
11:23pm - Weightlifting: Akmal is back and she lands her attempt at 111kgs.
11:22pm - Weightlifting: Saladin is back and nails a snatch attempt of 111kgs. One more to come for her.
11:20pm - Weightlifting: Indonesia's Nural Akmal lifts 107kgs with her first of three snatch attempts.
11:19pm - Weightlifting: Manumua from Tonga fails at 106kgs - so she finishes the snatch with 103kgs.
11:18pm - Weightlifting: Australian Amoe-Tarrant nails 105kgs with her final lift.
11:16pm - Weightlifting: Verinica Saladin from the Dominican Republic easily lifts 105kgs. Still 10kgs away from Hubbard lifting.
11:14pm - Weightlifting: Manumua lands 103kgs for a PB in the snatch.
11:12pm Weightlifting: Amoe-Tarrant from Australia with a succcesful lift of 100kgs.
11:09 - Weightlifting: Tonga's Kunini Manumua attempts and nails her snatch attempt at 100kgs.
11:06pm - Weightlifting: Hubbard will attempt 115kgs with her first lift in the snatch - several other ladies up first. Austrian Sarah Fischer lifts 93kgs and Australian Charisma Amoe-Tarrant lifts 95kgs.
Hockey quarter-final: Final score - New Zealand 0 v Netherlands 3
11:01pm - Hockey: All over and the Netherlands have coasted past the Kiwis, who never really looked like scoring. Just four penalty corners and they were all denied.
10:58pm - Weightlifting: Hubbard will be waiting around a while. Several lifters before her, who have elected to lift lower weights.
10:41pm - Hockey: 3-0 at three-quarter time to the Dutchies.
10:32pm - Hockey: Goal Netherlands - Stam scores from a penalty corner. O'Hanlon should have done better with that one. NED 3-0
10:30pm - Underway in the second spell. NZ needs something very special to have any chance.
10:15pm - Halftime in the hockey - 2-0 Netherlands.
10:14pm - Reminder that Laurel Hubbard is coming up at 10:50pm n the 87kg women's weightlifting comp.
Equestrian: Jumping Team Final and Individual qualifying
Result: New Zealand finish fifth overall
10:10pm - Equestrian: Jonelle Proce is 9th, Tim Price 16th and Jesse Campbell 22nd. They will all jump again in the individual. Jonelle Price is an outside chance of a medal but will need a clean run and several poor runs from the riders in front of her.
10:05pm - Equestrian: Great Britain win the teams gold, Australia silver and France bronze.
10:03pm - Hockey: Goal Netherlands - Welten scores again - this time from a penalty stroke for an illegal deflection preventing a goal from a Kiwi defender. NED 2-0
9:57pm - Equestrian: Not a great run for Tim Price and Vitali and that drops New Zealand out of medal contention in the teams and Tim Price has cost himself any chance of an individual medal. 121 penalty points in total with three rails going down leaving Price on 38.80 points and well out of contention.
9:50pm - Hockey: First quarter done in the hockey and the Kiwis are up against it. Only 1-0 down but all Netherlands in the first 15m.
9:46pm - Equestrian: So NZ has one rider to come (Tim Price), as does Australia, France and Great Britain. The Brits look to have teams gold wrapped up. The Kiwis need a clean run from Price and poor runs from the final French and Aussie riders to get into the medal hunt. Both Tim Price and Jonelle Price are in the medal hunt for the individual later tonight.
9:42pm - Hockey: Goal Netherlands - Verschoor glides into the D and fires a pass across goal and Welten gets her stick to it and deflects the ball past O'Hanlon. NED 1-0
9:40pm - Hockey: Penalty corner for the Kiwis comes to nothing.
9:36pm - Hockey: Good save from O'Hanlon keeps the match scoreless.
9:35pm - Hockey: Penalty corner for the Netherlands.
9:33pm - Equestrian: Kiwi Jesse Campbell has qualified for the individual final with 19 riders to go.
9:29pm - Hockey: New Zealand v Netherlands is underway.
9:23pm - Equestrian: A clear round for Price! She jumps to third spot and will ride again in the final. the Kiwis actually lead the teams event at the moment but several riders from GB, Australia and France to come.
9:22pm - Equestrian: Jonelle Price on the course now.
9:20pm - Cycling: New Zealand is done for the night at the velodrome. To recap; the women's pursuit team can still make the bronze medal ride off, but must beat Australia and then hope other results go their way.
The men are in the hunt for the gold medal - if they beat Italy the will ride for gold, if they lose, they need to record one of the top two fastest times from the remaining six teams to make the bronze medal ride off.
9:06pm - Equestrian: Jesse Campbell sitting in sixth spot with 20 of the 51 riders completing their jumps.
8:59pm - Cycling: The Brits record the fourth best time with a 3.47.507 so the Kiwis avoid Denmark in the semi-finals and will race Italy for a spot in the gold medal race.
8:52pm - Equestrian: The great thing about Campbell's run is he only added .40 of a point to New Zealand's overall total. The Kiwis still sit fourth behind Australia, France and Great Britain.
8:51pm - Cycling: The Australian team had a rider crash out after the handle bar snapped on his bike. That puts them out and the Kiwis will ride for a medal tomorrow regardless of how the Brits go in the final run.
8:49pm - Equestrian: Great run from Campbell to sit third overall with 17 riders gone - he's there or thereabouts to make the top 25
8:48pm - Equestrian: Jesse Campbell on Diachello is out in the course.
8:43pm - Cycling: Denmark have smashed the Italians time with a 3.45.014 - good enough for a new Olympic Record. The Kiwis down to third now with two teams to go.
8:38pm - Equestrian: Jesse Campbell about 10 or so minutes away from jumping.
8:36pm - Cycling: The Kiwis took the lead over the Italians for a couple of laps but fell off at the end. They are second with three teams to come. Their time of 3:46.079 would have broken the old Olympic record that Italy broke a few minutes ago.
8:34pm - Cycling: NZ second of five through 3000m
8:33pm - Cycling: NZ second of five through the first 1000m.
8:31pm - Cycling: The highly-rated Kiwi men's pursuit team begin their run. Need a top four finish minimum.
8:30pm - Diving: Anton Down-Jenkins has made in through to the semi-final dives tomorrow.
8:25pm - Diving: Down-Jenkins records a 69.70 in his last dive, which should be enough to progress to the semi-finals.
8:18pm - Cycling: Men's team pursuit team not to far away from their qualifying run.
Eight teams in this event - Top four will ride for the medals, bottom four for the minor places.
8:05pm - Equestrian: Jesse Campbell will jump 20th, Jonelle Price 34th and 48th of 51 riders in te eshow jumping. The top 25 will qualify for the individual later tonight, which will also be part of the teams event.
7:58pm - Diving: Great 5th dive from Down-Jenkins. He records a 72.00 taking him to 324.75 points to remain inside the top 18.
7:56pm - Plenty coming up in the next few hours. Our Equestrian team is in action shortly as they look for individual and team medals. The women's Black Sticks play the Netherlands for a spot in the medal matched from 930pm. The men's team pursuit team look to qualify for the medal races and Laure; Hubbard lifts for a medal from 10:50pm.
7:50pm - Cycling: Great Britain finished second fastest with a laser quick 4.09.022. NZ finishes sixth and will race Australia in the next round. In a convulated system, the Kiwis can still reach the bronze medal ride off if the record one of the best times from the bottom four teams, and the two losing teams in the top four.
7:45pm - Diving: Anton Down-Jenkins 16th after Round 4 with a 252.75 total - good enough tp qualify for the semi-finals if he can hold his spot.
7:44pm - Cycling: The USA knock the Kiwis down to fifth in the women's team pursuit, so New Zealand won't be winning a medal in this event.
7:36pm - Cycling: Canada goes slower than the Kiwis with a 4.15.832. New Zealand still fourth but two quick teams to come.
7:32pm - Diving: Anton Down-Jenkins records an impressive 69.75 on his fourth dive. That could get him back in the hunt for top 18 with two dives to go.
7:30pm - Cycling: The Australian team was on track to top the Kiwis early doors, but faded at the end and are now fifth. So the Kiwis still in the medal hunt but Great Britain are very quick.
7:24pm - Cycling: The Kiwis go 4th fastest with a 4.12.536 with four teams to come. Only the top four will have a chance at riding for a medal.
7:20pm - Cycling: The Kiwis are on the track - big effort needed to get into the gold medal ride.
7:19pm - Diving: Kiwi Anton Downs-Jenkins is 22nd after Round 3. Top 18 after six dives goes to the semi-finals.
7:18pm - Cycling: The German team have just smashed the world record with a 4.07.307. The previous record was 4.10.236. Destroyed it. The benchmark has been set.
7:15pm - Cycling: New Zealand's Women's Team Pursuit team coming up shortly at the velodrome.
7:05pm - Diving: Tough dive for the Kiwi and he records a 55.55 leaving him on 183.00 points. He is 12th with several divers still to come.
7:03pm - Diving: Not too far away from Down-Jenkins third of six dives.
6:52pm - Diving: Round 2 completed in the men's 3m springboard and Kiwi Down-Jenkins is in 17th. Top 18 quaify for the semi-finals.
6:51pm - Hello folks - Brad Lewis taking you through to the wee hours of the morning with a jam-packed schedule.
6:44pm - Diving
A handful of divers to come in round two. Down-Jenkins is 14th. China's Zongyuan Wang leads.
6:39pm - Diving
Down-Jenkins steps up for his second dive, and he scores 60.00, giving him 127.50 after his first two.
That's enough for 10th place for now.
6:26pm - Diving
At the end of the first round, Down-Jenkins sits in a three-way tie for 15th place with a score of 67.50.
That'd be enough to qualify, but there's still more rounds to come.
Round two is about to get underway.
6:13pm - Diving
Down-Jenkins steps up. Commentators describe his first effort as "reasonable."
Just waiting for the score, and it's 67.50, enough for eighth equal for now.
6:10pm - Diving
Great Britain's Jack Laugher takes the lead with a first up score of 83.30.
Down-Jenkins not far away.
6:07pm - Diving
Mexico's Rommel Pacheco Marrufo leads early with a first up effort of 76.50.
Down-Jenkins yet to dive.
6:04pm - Diving
The men's 3m springboard has just gotten underway. Down-Jenkins will dive 15th.
The top 18 qualify for the semi-finals.
5:48pm - Diving
The next Kiwi in action is Anton Down-Jenkins, competing from 6pm.
5:47pm - Sailing
So a lack of wind means that there won't be any any sailing today, but they'll hopefully be able to get out on the water tomorrow.
That's Burling and Tuke in the 49er, and Snow-Hansen and Willcox in the 470.
5:38pm - Sailing
Scratch that. All sailing has been postponed until tomorrow.
5:22pm - Sailing
Bad news from the sailing. Weather has caused a delay to the start of racing, meaning that the men's 470 pair of Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox won't get underway at 5:35pm.
We'll keep you updated with any developments, but fingers crossed we'll be able to see the 49er final with Peter Burling and Blair Tuke from 6:33pm.
4:48pm - Weightlifting
Andrews-Nahu's efforts see her finish fifth in Group B of the -87kg weightlifting, South Korea's Yeounhee Kang currently leads, but the results will be determined when Group A complete their competition later tonight.
4:43pm - Weightlifting
Kanah Andrews-Nahu has lifted 112kg in the clean and jerk, along with 94kg in the snatch, giving her a total of 206kg.
4:14pm - Canoe sprint
Apologies, it was the top four that qualified for the semi-finals, so Hatton and Hoskin have done enough to book their spot in tomorrow's semi after all.
4:10pm - Canoe sprint
Belgium are out in front, Germany second occupying the semi-final spots.
And Belgium win, Germany finish second, Austria third. NZ fourth, so they miss out on the semi-final.
4:09pm - Canoe sprint
Great start for the Kiwis! Germany also make a strong run, this is going to be close.
NZ are fourth at halfway.
4:08pm - Canoe sprint
NZ are up against Tunisia, Germany, Austria, Belgium and Denmark. Top two finishers advance to the semi.
They're lined up at the start, and they're off!
4:05pm - Canoe sprint
We're also nearly ready for the quarter-finals of the canoe sprint.
Hoskin and Hatton are up in the first of two races, looking to seal their spot.
3:58pm - Weightlifting
Andrews-Nahu's up attempting 112kg, and she gets it done!
3:52pm - Weightlifting
We're nearly ready to get underway in the clean and jerk.
3:27pm - Weightlifting
Andrews-Nahu up again, attempting 100kg.
But she can't get this either, so that's her done for the snatch at 94kg, which she'll take into the clean and jerk.
3:20pm - Weightlifting
Andrews-Nahu, up again, attempting 98kg. But she can't hold it.
3:13pm - Weightlifting
Kanah Andrews-Nahu is up, attempting her first lift of 94kg.
And she nails it! Great start for the Kiwi.
2:44pm - Weightlifting
So, Carrington can win two gold medals tomorrow, with the K1 200 and K2 500 semis and finals held on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, we'll jump over to the weightlifting, where Kanah Andrews-Nahu is competing in the women's -87kg division in a few minutes.
2:31pm - Canoe sprint
Germany fight back, but they won't catch the Kiwis.
Carrington and Regal get home first, and Germany second to advance to the semis!
2:30pm - Canoe sprint
At the halfway mark, and Carrington and Regal are pulling away in style!
They're first, Germany are second.
2:30pm - Canoe sprint
Great start from the Kiwis! Germany are right up there with them though.
This'll be a fight for Carrington and Regal.
2:29pm - Canoe sprint
2:27pm - Canoe sprint
We've just had heat three. Carrington and Regal are up next in the fourth and final heat of the day.
They're up against Australia, Germany, Belgium and Canada.
A couple of minutes to go before they race.
2:19pm - Canoe Sprint
Not a result that the Kiwi duo would have hoped for, but they've got another chance up their sleeve.
Stick about though, because in 10 minutes we've got Lisa Carrington backing up in the K2 500, alongside Caitlin Regal.
2:18pm - Canoe sprint
Poland take first, France second - they advance straight to the semi-final. China third, NZ fourth, Australia fifth.
So Hoskin and Hatton advance to the quarter-finals, where they'll have another chance to reach the semi.
2:16pm - Canoe sprint
It's a slow start from the Kiwis, but there's still some way to go.
France lead at the halfway mark, the Kiwi pair are fifth of five.
2:15pm - Canoe sprint
2:12pm - Canoe sprint
Minutes away from Hoskin and Hatton's race. They'll be in lane two, competing against China, France, Poland and Australia.
2:00pm - Canoe sprint
We're about 15 minutes away from the second Kiwi canoe sprint race of the day.
Next Kiwis up are Alicia Hoskin and Teneale Hatton in heat two of the women's kayak double 500m at 2:15pm.
A couple of Kiwis for you to note down for later - Kanah Andrews-Nahu will contest the women's 87kg weightlifting at 2:50pm, while Anton Down Jenkins takes to the 3m springboard in the men's diving at 6pm.
1:07pm - Canoe Sprint
Carrington will be back on the water at 2:29pm, paddling with Caitlin Regal in the kayak double 500m heats.
1pm - Canoe Sprint
Ominous start for Carrington, who progresses directly through to the K1 200 semi-final on Tuesday with a comfortable first-place in heat five of qualifying.
12:55pm - Canoe sprint
Here comes Carrington, lining up in lane five in the final heat of the K2 200m.
We're off! Carrington, as per, explodes out of the gates. Half a boat length lead.
Drops it back into third gear with about 50m to go and cruises over the line with a time of 40.715s.
12:44pm - Canoe Sprint
Into heat three of five now. Carrington is scheduled for the final run at 12:58pm.
Kia ora, good morning and welcome to Newshub's live coverage of the Tokyo Olympics, on a day that will witness a slice of history and (hopefully) more gold for New Zealand.
But first, two-time canoe gold medallist Lisa Carrington will try to add to her K1 200 success at London 2012 and Rio 2016, while also balancing a schedule that includes the solo 500, K2 500 and K4 500.
On Monday, she faces heats and quarter-finals of her specialty event, and combines with Caitlin Regal for heats and quarter-finals in the two-seat boat.
If you're counting, that's a possible four races in little more than three hours.
This evening, America's Cup stars Peter Burling and Blair Tuke will try to repeat the 49er sailing gold medal they won at Rio five years ago, leading into the double-point medal race off Enoshima.
Then, later tonight, Laurel Hubbard - the world's most scrutinised athlete - takes the stage in the women's +87kg weightlifting, becoming the first transgender athlete to compete at the Olympics.
Don't sleep on our equestrian riders either - Tim Price sits fifth and the NZ team are fourth heading into the final showjumping discipline, so medals are on offer there too.
Monday, August 2
Women's K1 200 heats & quarter-finals - Lisa Carrington 12:58pm NZ & 3pm NZ
Women's K2 500 heats - Teneale Hatton/Alicia Hoskin 2:15pm NZ & Lisa Carrington/Caitlin Regal 2:29pm NZ
Women's K2 500 quarter-finals - Teneale Hatton/Alicia Hoskin & Lisa Carrington/Caitlin Regal 4:08pm NZ
Women's team pursuit qualifying - Bryony Botha, Rushlee Buchanan, Holly Edmondston & Jamie Nielsen 6:54pm NZ
Men's team pursuit qualifying - Aaron Gate, Regan Gough, Jordan Kerby, Campbell Stewart & Corbin Strong 8:02pm NZ
Men's 3m springboard preliminary - Anton Down-Jenkins 6pm NZ
Eventing jumping - Jesse Campbell, Jonelle Price & Tim Price 8pm NZ
Women's quarter-finals - Black Sticks v Netherlands 9:30pm NZ
Men's 470, Races 9 & 10 - Paul Snow-Hansen & Daniel Willcox 3pm NZ
Men's 49er medal race, medal race - Peter Burling & Blair Tuke 6:33pm NZ
Women's 87kg - Kanah Andrews-Nahu 6:50pm NZ
Women's +87kg - Laurel Hubbard 10:50pm NZ
Kiwi canoe star Carrington eyes toughest Olympic opponent - herself
Kiwi canoe star Lisa Carrington knows the only thing stopping her from winning Olympic gold next week will be herself.
The 32-year-old believes achieving victory in her third Games will be determined by her mental edge.
Carrington has been here before in the heat of Olympic battle and has always stood up, winning two Olympic golds and a casual five world championships
She knows exactly what's required to do it again.
"When you want to go out there and perform your best, it can be a bit scary, to trust yourself that you'll be able to do it," Carrington tells Newshub.
"But ultimately, it's about getting over that hurdle and going, ‘you know what, I'm just going to do my best today and see what I can do’.
"The more I have learnt about how I can perform, how I go under pressure, the more I learn about myself.
"It's just kind of deepening how well I can turn up."
But turning up this time will be different - she's asking more from herself.
She'll feature in four events and should it all go to plan, the Kiwi could contest two gold medal races in an hour.
"I'll be able to get from point A to point B, out of the water warmed down, getting the ice-vest on, that type of thing... minute by minute has been planned out."
Carrington's a mentor to the next class of canoe sprinters.
They've just spent the last two weeks in camp with her and they've watched closely.
"I think the main thing Lisa brings is happiness to the squad," says teammate Max Brown. "It’s just really cool to see that you can be that good, but still be a great person."
And Carrington is primed to prove just how good she is in the coming days.