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the cathedral contains a story of england's history, its artistry and its religious thinking. now, a new scientific discovery has given us afresh perspective on the nation's past. pallab ghosh, bbc news, canterbury cathedral. time for a look at the weather here's tomasz schafernaker. storm clouds like the one behind me could be in the forecast for tomorrow, as tall as seven miles, delivering thunder and lightning and drawing in a very volatile, unstable atmosphere in the centre of this low pressure tomorrow. you can see the wind blowing around the low pressure but not in the middle of it, which is fairly calm which will move those showers around a lot so it could be raining for a long time in any one spot. this is the outlook, we will
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be checking the daily forecast. these symbols will be changing periodically during the day. that is what they are designed to do. let me explain. here is the model, the forecast, for the showers tomorrow, the showers could be plotted in one weather model update and a few hours later plotted 20 miles away and that will be reflected, so lots of changeable weather on the way. the overall envelope of where we think the showers will be will remain the same but local details can be very difficult to forecast stop there will be lots of showers around, slow moving, delivering a lot of rainfall to a small area in a short space of time. we have seen flash flooding in the last couple of weeks in places. 0n the last couple of weeks in places. on wednesday, the low pressure is further north. this is where the calm weather is, to the south you can see the white arrows, more of a breeze, so the showers that all the middle of the week move swiftly along across southern parts but may hang around, may be stagnant, across northern parts of england and scotland, so the risk of heavy
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downpours with some flash floods in places, i think, downpours with some flash floods in places, ithink, true, downpours with some flash floods in places, i think, true, for these northern areas of the uk, but they are showers, discrete areas of very heavy rain with lots of sunshine in between as well so it is not all bad. let's end on that. that's all from the bbc news at six — so it's goodbye from me — and on bbc one, hello, welcome to sportsday after a magic monday for team gb in tokyo — i'm austin halewood, here's what's coming up tonight. he's finally done it. after 13 years of trying, tom daley can call himself an olympic champion! did you ever really doubt him?! perfection once again, from adam peatey in the pool. and remember the name. tom pidcock completes a golden day for team gb, in the men's mountain bike.
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also coming up in the programme... lauren williams rounds off another impressive day for the brits in the taekwondo. and away from the olympics. hello, welcome to the programme. on a day that team gb�*s, 2020 olympics, burst into life. they won three golds on the third day of competition two of them coming from, two of the most recognisable faces in the british team. the unstoppable adam peaty, of course, and then finally — at his fourth games — tom daley was able to put that gold medal around his neck. 0ur 0lympics reporter
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nick hope has more. they took your 0lympic aquatic centre was undoubtedly one of if not the place is to be on day three of the place is to be on day three of the olympic games here in tokyo. we will come to the incredible success in a moment looked first to diving because after all of these years, after the olympic debut in beijing in 2008 he finally has his hands on 0lympic in 2008 he finally has his hands on olympic gold. he was joined by mattie lee and the ten metre stick secret eyes pop from final, they do emit a strong start. therefore the round die which moved him from silver to gold medal contenders. we witnessed an incredible battle between the brits and the defending champions from china. there was an agonising wait to see if three and mattie lee had done enough. this was their reaction that they learned they had and they're only the second british diving gold medallist in olympic history. we british diving gold medallist in olympic history.— british diving gold medallist in olympic history. i've been diving for 20 years _ olympic history. i've been diving for 20 years and _ olympic history. i've been diving for 20 years and it's _ olympic history. i've been diving for 20 years and it's my - olympic history. i've been diving for 20 years and it's my fourth . for 20 years and it's my fourth olympic— for 20 years and it's my fourth olympic games and of people probably would have counted me out at these on the _ would have counted me out at these on the vicks— would have counted me out at these on the vicks being the older person
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but i'm _ on the vicks being the older person but i'm in_ on the vicks being the older person but i'm in the best shave done in shape _ but i'm in the best shave done in shape physically and with the surmort— shape physically and with the support of mattie coming to this competition and we'll be have been preparing _ competition and we'll be have been preparing we had the unstoppable mentality this year and is the first to my— mentality this year and is the first to my ever— mentality this year and is the first to my ever been able to think like that _ to my ever been able to think like that to— to my ever been able to think like that. ., , . , to my ever been able to think like that. ., , ., , ., , ., , to my ever been able to think like that. .,, ., , , that. to be able to share my first ol mics that. to be able to share my first olympics with — that. to be able to share my first olympics with tom _ that. to be able to share my first olympics with tom and _ that. to be able to share my first olympics with tom and get - that. to be able to share my first olympics with tom and get a - olympics with tom and get a gold medal and be part of this gold medal team has been special.— team has been special. standing behind that _ team has been special. standing behind that over _ team has been special. standing behind that over there _ team has been special. standing behind that over there and - team has been special. standing | behind that over there and about team has been special. standing i behind that over there and about to behind that over there and about to be announced as an olympic champion, and hearing _ be announced as an olympic champion, and hearing the national anthem play i was and hearing the national anthem play iwas gonna _ and hearing the national anthem play i was gonna even sing. he and hearing the national anthem play i was gonna even sing.— i was gonna even sing. he will be back looking _ i was gonna even sing. he will be back looking for _ i was gonna even sing. he will be back looking for metal— i was gonna even sing. he will be back looking for metal number. i was gonna even sing. he will be | back looking for metal number two i was gonna even sing. he will be - back looking for metal number two in the individual competition but go to. —*tfi;i 5 5:2 a: % ; go to swimming because what a let's go to swimming because what a morning it was for adam peaty. the other big world european and commonwealth champion became the first british athlete to successfully defend an olympic swimming title. with the dominant performance in the 100 metre brushstroke. almost half a second over the world record but understandably he was just delighted to be on top of the podium again. i
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to be on top of the podium again. i have not felt this good since 2016. itjust means the world to me. i thought i had the best preparation in my life but you throw that all of the window. that's what it takes to be an athlete, not who is the best all year round, it's the best on the day. all year round, it's the best on the da . p, all year round, it's the best on the da . . ., ., all year round, it's the best on the da. . .,., day. he will have two more chances in metals in — day. he will have two more chances in metals in real— day. he will have two more chances in metals in real events _ day. he will have two more chances in metals in real events but - day. he will have two more chances in metals in real events but already| in metals in real events but already talking about paris 2a and tried to defend the alaba crown individually again. his main focus now will be trying to lower his world record. an incredible athlete. he really is, another brilliant performance from adam peaty once again. but we're going to concentrate on the diving for a moment now. and that gold medal for tom daley and matty lee. well, i'm delighted to say that i'm joined now by chris mears, diving gold medallist in rio. thank you very much for speaking with us. you know tom so well, after
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all those years of trying just how special it is going to be for him to finally have the gold medal? i don't really know — finally have the gold medal? i don't really know how _ finally have the gold medal? i don't really know how to _ finally have the gold medal? i don't really know how to put _ finally have the gold medal? i don't really know how to put into - finally have the gold medal? i don't really know how to put into words l finally have the gold medal? i don't| really know how to put into words to do itjustice. like the instagram post is the bbc did was fantastic with the photo of him with the tears and four on the big games, all of those chances and tries, every time you do in olympic games you are baring your soul, you are showing everybody your life is work. and for that to come off in that wayjust everybody knowing, we are so invested in his life and his career, for him to do that on that day is insane. ~ . , , .. insane. we have seen his career develttped _ insane. we have seen his career developed from _ insane. we have seen his career developed from a _ insane. we have seen his career developed from a young - insane. we have seen his career developed from a young boy - insane. we have seen his career| developed from a young boy into insane. we have seen his career i developed from a young boy into a man commencing with so many other big games. his partnership, because he said a few partners over the years but this one with a matt healy, just how good were they today? healy, 'ust how good were they toda ? , p, ., ~ healy, 'ust how good were they toda ? , ~ ., , today? they look like two minutes stood next to _ today? they look like two minutes stood next to next _ today? they look like two minutes stood next to next which - today? they look like two minutes stood next to next which of - today? they look like two minutes stood next to next which of that i
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today? they look like two minutes i stood next to next which of that had absolute faith in each other that there were going to perform and i think one of the reasons for that is matty lee is eight leads boy through and through, and he moved delighted to train together to form that strong with tom and you can see that done itjustice, done the performance justice. done itjustice, done the performancejustice. you done itjustice, done the performance justice. you just see any performance. performance justice. you 'ust see any performancefi performance justice. you 'ust see any performance.�* any performance. absolutely. it's like a partnership _ any performance. absolutely. it's like a partnership that _ any performance. absolutely. it's like a partnership that you - any performance. absolutely. it's like a partnership that you had i like a partnership that you had yourself in rio. you have been there and done it, you have one that gold medal. just tell us what it's like when you know you are in a good position going for that final dive, and the board of a platform, what are those few seconds like before that crucial last dive?— that crucial last dive? hectic, manic, that crucial last dive? hectic, manic. i _ that crucial last dive? hectic, manic, i don't _ that crucial last dive? hectic, manic, i don't know- that crucial last dive? hectic, manic, i don't know really - that crucial last dive? hectic, l manic, i don't know really how that crucial last dive? hectic, - manic, i don't know really how to put into words. as an athlete you are always trying to think when you are always trying to think when you are up their process, process, process and you don't want to think anything outcome—based. like if i do this and if i land on my head, you know, that's all i need to do. it's
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what if this happens, all of that needs to go. for me ijust use one keyword on every single dive, that's how my brain worked, i'm sure tom has his different methods as does tom matty lee. has his different methods as does tom matty lee-— has his different methods as does tom matty lee. what's the keyword ou use? tom matty lee. what's the keyword you use? different— tom matty lee. what's the keyword you use? different on _ tom matty lee. what's the keyword you use? different on every - tom matty lee. what's the keyword you use? different on every dive. i you use? different on every dive. it's you use? different on every dive. it's gonna — you use? different on every dive. it's gonna be _ you use? different on every dive. it's gonna be one _ you use? different on every dive. it's gonna be one word _ you use? different on every dive. it's gonna be one word per - you use? different on every dive. it's gonna be one word per dive. | it's gonna be one word per dive. that's all i can remember. breathe in five seconds, five times when i was on the stairs and then i would go was on the stairs and then i would 9° up was on the stairs and then i would go up step up onto the board and thenif go up step up onto the board and then if it was a front for one half it would be head up, and that was my process. for it would be head up, and that was my rocess. ., . . , process. for those watches perhaps only watching _ process. for those watches perhaps only watching diving _ process. for those watches perhaps only watching diving until— process. for those watches perhaps only watching diving until a - process. for those watches perhaps only watching diving until a big - only watching diving until a big games, how big of a deal is it that they beat the chinese particularly in this event? to they beat the chinese particularly in this event?— in this event? to put into perspective _ in this event? to put into perspective for _ in this event? to put into perspective for me - in this event? to put into perspective for me in - in this event? to put into perspective for me in my| in this event? to put into - perspective for me in my opinion, i think the chinese, they always lead,
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read, most times they lead to but in this event they were beaten, they did not really make a huge mistake. there were actually beaten, the form of our pairing was better than theirs and i think we are going to see some more events potentially where they are being challenged. looking forward to her already. pleasure to speak to you, thanks very much. so a brilliant day for team gb in the aquatics centre, but the action didn't stop there because the race everyone wanted to see was australia's ariarne titmus against katie ledecky of the usa in the final of the women's 400 metres freestyle. and it was titmus that beat the defending champion ledecky, to win her first—ever olympic gold, after swimming the best time of her career. america's ledecky had dominated the pool over the last 5 years, winning 4 golds and one silver in rio. and just look what that victory meant to titmus's coach dean boxall — wil celebrations from him after that win. and his passion sparked a big reaction on social media,
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with many saying he represented "all of australia right now". and one of the world's very best — caeleb dressel — got his games off to the perfect start helping the usa to gold in the men's 4—by—100 meter freestyle relay. he set the pace in the opening leg with zach apple securing the win. italy took the silver with australia in third for the bronze. now, to team gb�*s third medal of the day and this one came from an unlikely source you'd be forgiven for not having heard of cyclist tom pidcock before, but the 21—year—old from leeds blew away the rest of the field, to take gold in the men's mountain bike cross country. at one stage it looked like he might not even make the games, after breaking his collar bone just two months ago. ben croucher has more. tom pidcock takes gold in tokyo! the
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man for all occasions, the man for this occasion. be on the road or off it, tom pidcock can do it all and he is used to playing catch up as well. he broke his collarbone two months ago and starting behind the favourites quickly made his way to the front. cross—country courses can be rocky, dangerous and unpredictable where you must master the jumps without the bumps, just ask one of the favourites. the crash forced him out into hospitalfor checks. his explanation? there was a mmp checks. his explanation? there was a ramp on that section of the course during his training rides. that left just a couple of swiss writers to beat, so tom pidcock surged up ahead on the third lap. his pace was relentless, his focus unwavering, his rivals left eating his dust. that's the world number one cracking on the climbs. tom pidcock splits his time between road racing and mountain biking. he only turned his focus to this event late last year.
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boyhood dream come true maybe not quite, but good decision? absolutely. it has not been a dream that long but i work so hard for her and i can't imagine how it would feel to build up for years for this event because yes it was bloodied stressful enough. less than a year and unbelievable, really.— and unbelievable, really. thomas pidcock! he's _ and unbelievable, really. thomas pidcock! he's the _ and unbelievable, really. thomas pidcock! he's the youngest - and unbelievable, really. thomas- pidcock! he's the youngest champion in ol mic pidcock! he's the youngest champion in olympic mountain _ pidcock! he's the youngest champion in olympic mountain bike _ pidcock! he's the youngest champion in olympic mountain bike history, - pidcock! he's the youngest champion in olympic mountain bike history, an| in olympic mountain bike history, an to savour. we will be seeing play more of him over the next few years i'm sure. still to come on sportsday. we'll tell you how team gb got on in the men's gymnastics team final with max whitlock leading the way on the pommel horse. in the latest from trent bridge as ben stokes northern superchargers look for their first win at the hundred.
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now, over the last few olympics, team gb have enjoyed plenty of success in taekwondo. and the good form continued today with 22—year—old lauren williams taking silver in the women's under 67 kilo category. just like bradley sinden yesterday, she came agonisingly close to gold. beaten in the final by croatia's matea jelic, who's the reigning european champion. williams was ahead going into the last few seconds of the final round but had the gold snatched from her right at the end. this felt so much like a normal competition. it was quite bizarre. i do not think it would be this calm and normal. isuppose do not think it would be this calm and normal. i suppose that's a good approach to have, not picking it up, it'sjust approach to have, not picking it up, it's just another competition. i really enjoyed all day and thoroughly enjoyed myself. i'm gutted, although it does really hurt are not showing it, it does really hurt. i know everyone back home is
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proud already. well team gb�*s first medal of day three, actually came last night uk time the men's triathlon kicked—off in the early hours in tokyo, to try and minimise the impact of the sweltering weather conditions but they didn't seem to have any effect on britain's alex yee. on his olympic debut, the 23—year—old took a brilliant silver medal, as craig templton reports. it was a race that was planned to start early to beat the tokyo heat. but this was surely too early. pp, but this was surely too early. false start, half of them got left behind. this is a false start. this is a shambles. pp, behind. this is a false start. this is a shambles.— is a shambles. a boat blocking the wa of is a shambles. a boat blocking the way of half — is a shambles. a boat blocking the way of half the _ is a shambles. a boat blocking the way of half the athletes _ is a shambles. a boat blocking the way of half the athletes whilst - is a shambles. a boat blocking the way of half the athletes whilst the | way of half the athletes whilst the other half dived in. double olympic medalsjohnny brownlee was one of the ones left on the pontoon, he at least saw the funny side. the restart with thankfully plain sailing and brown the rain the number 5a started the one and a half kilometres swim in a strong
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position. at the left the water, gb's position. at the left the water, gb�*s other metal hope alex yee who was 30 seconds behind and needing to get on his bike. that's exactly what he did, that's him at the front of the chasing pack. not leading the race, but cutting the gap. the transition from cycling to running was so quick that the camera missed it. his feet are also quick. one of the fastest runners in sport and he soon had the lead. meat. the fastest runners in sport and he soon had the lead.— soon had the lead. alex yee leads the olympic _ soon had the lead. alex yee leads the olympic triathlon. _ soon had the lead. alex yee leads the olympic triathlon. part - soon had the lead. alex yee leads the olympic triathlon. part of- soon had the lead. alex yee leads the olympic triathlon. part of a i the olympic triathlon. part of a breakaway _ the olympic triathlon. part of a breakaway grouo _ the olympic triathlon. part of a breakaway group of _ the olympic triathlon. part of a breakaway group of three i the olympic triathlon. part of a breakaway group of three with | the olympic triathlon. part of a i breakaway group of three with johnny breakaway group of three withjohnny brownlee in fourth and losing ground. in that trio was norway's kristin blumenfeld who started to make his move. has kristin blumenfeld who started to make his move.— kristin blumenfeld who started to make his move. �* ., make his move. has blumenfeld gone to earl ? make his move. has blumenfeld gone to early? in — make his move. has blumenfeld gone to early? in the _ make his move. has blumenfeld gone to early? in the moment _ make his move. has blumenfeld gone to early? in the moment he _ make his move. has blumenfeld gone to early? in the moment he timed i make his move. has blumenfeld gone to early? in the moment he timed it l to early? in the moment he timed it 'ust riaht to early? in the moment he timed it just right and _ to early? in the moment he timed it just right and he's _ to early? in the moment he timed it just right and he's the _ to early? in the moment he timed it just right and he's the new- just right and he's the new olympic champion. am just right and he's the new olympic chamion. �* . just right and he's the new olympic chamion. . . , ., . . champion. an invalid performance, what an effort! _ champion. an invalid performance, what an effort! 11 _ champion. an invalid performance, what an effort! 11 six _ champion. an invalid performance, what an effort! 11 six behind - champion. an invalid performance, what an effort! 11 six behind was i champion. an invalid performance, what an effort! 11 six behind was a | what an effort! 11 six behind was a man from lewisham _ what an effort! 11 six behind was a man from lewisham and - what an effort! 11 six behind was a man from lewisham and his i what an effort! 11 six behind was a man from lewisham and his first i man from lewisham and his first
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games. man from lewisham and his first names. �* , man from lewisham and his first names. . , . , games. alex yee, silver medallist. i'm 'ust a games. alex yee, silver medallist. i'm just a normal _ games. alex yee, silver medallist. i'm just a normal guy _ games. alex yee, silver medallist. i'm just a normal guy from - games. alex yee, silver medallist. i i'm just a normal guy from southeast london _ i'm just a normal guy from southeast london so _ i'm just a normal guy from southeast london so this is crazy that, yeah, dreams— london so this is crazy that, yeah, dreams really do come true. my mum always— dreams really do come true. my mum always says _ dreams really do come true. my mum always says it takes a village to build _ always says it takes a village to build a — always says it takes a village to build a person and i think it has taken _ build a person and i think it has taken the — build a person and i think it has taken the whole of gb today so i'm over the _ taken the whole of gb today so i'm over the moon stopped byjohnny brownlee — over the moon stopped byjohnny brownlee on the left of your screen and it _ brownlee on the left of your screen and it fit _ brownlee on the left of your screen and it fit in— brownlee on the left of your screen and it fit in his final olympics. all i_ and it fit in his final olympics. all i could've done was trained as hard as i could commit a lot of sacrifices. and that's what i did. i raced hard and again everything. the lea is raced hard and again everything. the legacy is well—kept question, and it seems british triathlon is in capable hands. well yesterday we saw simone biles in action in the gymnastics for the first time today, it was the men's turn to take to the floor in the team final. and the british quartet, led by max whitlock, finished agonisingly close to the medals in fourth place, as russia's gymnasts took the gold. john watson was at the ariake
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gymnastics centre for us. so the russian olympic committee hold on to take gold in the team event. theirfirst hold on to take gold in the team event. their first olympic gold in this competition for 25 years. it was a thrilling finish here at the arena. great britain finished fourth, they moved up from fifth place after the final rotation. max whitlock warm up from his pommel horse final as he looks to successfully defend his title. he was back in action for the team tonight as wasjoe frazier in the parallel bars as well. along with james hall who will go in the all—around final alongsidejoe all—around final alongside joe frazier as all—around final alongsidejoe frazier as well for me gb gymnast it will be pleased when you consider that they have qualified in five finals as a group so far in this olympic games. and as we know, tomorrow, all eyes on the women's gb team to come as well. led by the
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sisters who are just 16 years old, they have impressed already on their of debut. and then a woman who needs no introduction for team usa, simone biles showed that she is human after all with some uncharacteristic mistakes on the floor and vault as well but she was impressive in qualifying making it through to all five of those individual events. but team usa will have to go some if they are to win the lipid title in they are to win the lipid title in the —— olympic title in the team event. it's all to play for tomorrow and as is always the case with simone biles you cannot take your eyes off her. absolutely — another one not to miss tomorrow. elsewhere, jamie murray's olympics are over. he and partner neal skupski were beaten in the second round of the men's doubles. they lost in straight sets to the japanese pair of kei nishikori and ben mclachlan. it's the fourth time murray's failed to get past the second round of the men's doubles
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at an olympics. and japan's naomi osaka cruised into the third meanwhile, in the men's singles the world number one novak djokovic continues his hot run of form. he comfortably beat germany's jan—lennard struff in straight sets. and japan's naomi osaka cruised into the third round of the women's singles with a comfortable win over viktorija gol—ubic in little over an hour. osaka was chosen to light the olympic flame in the opening ceremony and the japanese world number two said it was an incredible honour. it's something that, you know, you see as a kid on tv and you gather around the tv with your family at the only banks and you watch the whole ceremony. for me i guess being a part of it it was a really big honour and i guess the role of course. my grandparents were already public crying and my mum of course. so another busy day injapan, here's some of the other headlines
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from day three in tokyo. great britain's women got the defence of their hockey title back on track with a comfortable 4—1 win over south africa. they'd lost their first match to germany. the men's side also beat canada to make it two wins from two. great britain's men are into the quarter—finals of the rugby sevens after a brilliant first day of the tournament. they thrashed canada and hosts japan, without conceding a point, to top their pool. they face reigning champions fiji next in theirfinal group game, before their quarter—final later on tuesday. and there's been more to celebrate for the hosts on day three with their second gold of the games in the skateboarding and this one went to 13—year—old momiji nishiya in the women's street event. the average age of the podium — just 1a! away from the olympics, the british and irish lions are preparing for their second test against south africa this saturday, with a series win in their sights. the tourists lead 1—nil
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after that impressive comeback win at the weekend — but prop mako vunipola insists the squad didn't celebrate too much after the final whistle. came in andjust came in and just spoke to us, delighted with the results but we fully comprehend that this weekend will be even bigger challenge and with the series on the line we know that it's going to be a step up. well with the olympics in full swing it's easy to forget that its less than 3 weeks now to the start of the new premier league season. now fans may be required to give proof that they have been double jabbed, to watch matches. but the football supporters association say that could cause �*chaos'. fsa chairman malcolm clarke says support and communication will be key to making the proposal work. my main concern is to make sure that
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if this— my main concern is to make sure that if this comes — my main concern is to make sure that if this comes in that it's adequately stopped at the outside ground _ adequately stopped at the outside ground and 20 of clear explanation given— ground and 20 of clear explanation given in— ground and 20 of clear explanation given in advance of what's going to happen _ given in advance of what's going to happen so — given in advance of what's going to happen. so that we don't have any kind of— happen. so that we don't have any kind of difficulty or chaos outside the turnstile. which i think is a risk uniess— the turnstile. which i think is a risk unless it's properly planned and properly staffed. in the hundred, the northern supercharges have made it two wins from two — after beating the trent rockets. after choosing to bat first, the superchargers made 149 for seven — from their 100 balls — jemimah rodrigues topscoring with 60. and the rockets fell 28 runs short of their target of 150 — eventually finishing on 122 for seven. the win takes the supercharges top of the table. and the same fixture in the men's competition has just got under way at trent bridge. only 38—3. ben stokes they are just out for five.
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the rockets won their opening match — but the supercharges and they are without their head coach after he tested positive for covid. so lets return to the olympics and bring you the medals table after day three in tokyo. and what a start it's been for the hosts... japan sit top of the shop with eight golds — 13 medals in total. the usa second with seven golds and then team gb up into fifth with those three golds, three silvers and a bronze. so could we be in for more medals tomorrow? well there's not long to wait before the action gets under way again. coverage starts with the women's triathlon on bbc one just after 10.30 this evening — that's an early morning start injapan. vicky holland became gb�*s first female medallist in the event in rio and she's back, alongside georgia taylor—brown and jess lear—month. injury�*s forced andy murray out of the men's singles, but he and joe salisbury will play the second round of
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the doubles at around 3am. they face the german pair of kevin kravitz and tim putz. and at around 6.30am, bianca walkden — taekwondo world champion and bronze medallist at the rio games — will begin her quest for a medal in the over 67kg category. team gb have won two silvers so far, but could walkden be our golden girl this time around? so lots to look forward to on day four in tokyo. but tonight we're going to leave you with some of the best moments from a magic monday injapan for team gb. golds for adam peaty, tom daley and tom pidcock. their friends and family may not have been in tokyo to cheer them on, but thatjust makes the celebrations back home, all the more special. goodnight. music.
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now, tomorrow, showers are expected to develop widely across the uk but there will also be slow—moving showers because there's very little wind in the atmosphere to push them around. so if you encounter a heavy, thundery downpour it could be stuck over you for quite some time and that could lead to some flash floods. so a real mixed bag on the way. and you can see the scattered nature of these clouds into tomorrow evening as well, so quite a mixed bag on the way over the next couple of days in fact.
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hello, i'm kasia madera. this is outside source. japan tops the medal table at the tokyo olympics. the host nation won three golds on monday, and success too for british diver tom daley, who was finally crowned an olympic champion. in other news, tunisia faces its worst crisis since the arab spring, after the president sacks the prime minister and suspends parliament. america's top infectious disease expert warns the us is heading �*in the wrong direction�* as cases surge among the unvaccinated. and in the uk, there's been another fall in the daily number of coronavirus cases for the sixth day in a row.

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