Tokyo Olympics Day 14: Who to watch

10:58 am on 6 August 2021

Carrington to team up in the K4 canoe sprint event, Ko to take on round three of the women's golf event and Ellesse Andrews in back in action at the velodrome.

Here's who to watch on Day 14 of the Tokyo Olympics:

New Zealand's Lisa Carrington competes in a semi-final of the women's kayak single 500m event during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo on August 5, 2021. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

New Zealand's Lisa Carrington will team up in the K4 canoe sprint event as she looks to complete a clean sweep of her four events. Photo: AFP


After yet another glorious day on the water for Lisa Carrington on day 13, she's set to team up to compete in the women's K4 500m canoe sprint heats starting at 1:30pm

Now the most successful Olympian in New Zealand history, Carrington is aiming to complete a clean sweep of her events this time working alongside Caitlin Regal, Teneale Hatton and Alicia Hoskin in the K4 event.

The top two crews from each heat will advance to tomorrow's semifinals, with the rest to quarteerfinal at 3:05pm.


Lydia Ko will look to push her way up the field when she tees off for round three of the women's golf event at 11:42am, she is currently tied for ninth after finishing round eight shots off the lead at five-under par.


Quentin Rew will race for a medal when he embarks on the mammoth 50km men's walk event at 8.30am.

Rew finished in fifth place in the 20km walk event at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Ellesse Andrews of New Zealand celebrates coming second in the women's Keirin final (Silver)

Ellesse Andrews of New Zealand celebrates winning silver in the women's keirin final Photo: Photosport

Track Cycling

Ellesse Andrews will return to the velodrome to take on the women's sprint heats alongside Kirstie James at 6.30pm when Andrews will look to continue her momentum from her silver medal winning efforts in the women's keirin event on day 12.

Later on, Rushlee Buchanan & Jessie Hodges will team up in the madison event final at 8.30pm as they look to bring home New Zealand's third track cycling medal of the Tokyo Olympics.


The New Zealand equestrian team are scheduled to compete in qualification for the open team jumping event starting at 10pm.

The team will be hoping to ensure qualification to the team jumping final on Saturday in their last chance to secure New Zealand's first equestrian medal of the Tokyo Olympics.

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