Olympics 2020 Live: Day Three - 1
JJ Chalmers introduces coverage of day three in Tokyo, with British interest in the men's triathlon at Odaiba Marine Park from 10.30, and various swimming finals at Tokyo Aquatics Centre. Alistair Brownlee has won the last two men's triathlon titles, but didn't qualify this time around. Can brother and two-time Olympic medallist Jonny finally claim gold at his third Games - or could rising star Alex Yee be the man on top of the podium? Adam Peaty will be expecting to claim gold in the men's 100m breaststroke final at 3.11. Peaty has been in dominant form since winning in Rio, and the world champion and world record-holder is aiming to become the first British swimmer to retain an Olympic title. Shortly after the men's breaststroke final at 3.19, American superstar Katie Ledecky will be looking for the first of a possible five golds at these Games in the women's 400m freestyle final.
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