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thunderstorms and recent widespread thunderstorms and recent areas, particularly heavy in parts of northern ireland where we have already had some impact. an amber warning in force from the met office but thunderstorms across northern and central scotland through the evening. flooding and disruption likely with some intense rain in a short space of time. a rash of showers across much of the uk into the evening hours. four southern parts of england and wales, most showers should fade away through tonight but will continue across the north west of england and particularly the central parts of scotland through the night as well. temperatures 12—15, mild to start wednesday but pretty wet for many areas from the word go. this area of low pressure staying with us tomorrow. slow moving particularly across parts of scotland and another amber warning across parts of scotland and another amberwarning in across parts of scotland and another amber warning in force for parts of the highlands for heavy rain tomorrow. some flooding impact and disruption likely across parts of scotland. it is notjust scotland which will see heavy rain, heavy
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showers and thunderstorms bubbling up showers and thunderstorms bubbling up through the day for many parts of the uk. in the south, they will move through a little quicker, a breeze developing here. across parts of central and northern scotland, they will be particularly slow—moving. temperatures will be between 16—21. into thursday and more heavy showers for some northern and north—western parts of the uk. towards the south, things looking a little drier. temperatures around 15—21 and you can find all the details of all those warnings on website. where did the summer go? ok, thank you for that. that's it, so goodbye from me. now on bbc one, let'sjoin our news teams where you are. have a very good evening.
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hello, and welcome to a fantastic olympics sportsday. i'm jane dougall. another victory in the pool. it's the most successful start to an olympics for team gb. 13 medals and counting, including this one in the pool after an incredible swim from tom dean. it puts britain fit than the metal table. cheering his family and friends were partying at 3am
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after watching him bring home the gold. a worry for the usa as their star gymnast pulls out of the team event. but britain take a medal for the first time in almost 100 years. and not the colour she wanted, but bianca walkden takes bronze again in the taekwondo. also coming up in the programme... the stormy conditions haven't been welcomed at most events, but they make for great waves. we'll have the results from the surfing — one of the new olympic events. and, there are other sports going on away from the olympics. we'll bring you the latest from the lions tour. welcome to the programme.
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it's been the best start to an olympics yet for team gb, with 13 medals afterjust four days of competition. but behind every one of those medals is a story and a battle. britain's tom dean swam a thrilling 200m freestyle, taking a surprise gold, especially considering he had covid twice last year. dean just pipped fellow brit duncan scott, who got silver, giving team gb a rare one, two in the pool. joe lynskey was watching. it hasn't happened for 113 years. two british swimmers, one and two in an olympic final. for tom dean and duncan scott this was the race where it all went right. nerves reallyjangling at the start of that 200 metres freestyle. tom dean looks really good. dean is just 21. he studies mechanical engineering and deferred two years of his course to train for the games. in the last 20 metres it was worth it.
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can they be gold and silver? yes! tom dean is olympic champion. britain has gone 1—2. can you believe that! dean beat his team—mate by less than a tenth of a second. for scott it was bittersweet. but for british swimming it was extraordinary. this is dean's first olympics. back home in maidenhead they watched him reach for the wall. cheering as a child in london, dean watched from the stands. now he was top of the podium. amazing. it's amazing. i've said it before. it shows the confidence in this event and how five team gb have come. i couldn't have asked for anything more. —— howfarjean —— how farjean gb have come. it's amazing. injanuary, dean had severe covid.
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he struggled to walk up the stairs. now he is the first british man to win freestyle gold since 1908. the same year two gb swimmers last shared the podium. british swimming is on course for its best modern games. and in tokyo and berkshire we saw what it means to win the gold or watch your loved one do it. joe lynskey, bbc news. really lovely to see, wasn't it? there was a shock in the women's 100m breaststroke final too, with usa's17—year—old lydia jacoby taking gold. jacoby beat south africa's tatjana schoenmaker and pushed the favourite, her team mate lilly king into third. jacoby, whose parents are both sailers, wanted her to learn to swim as a child so she would be safe on the family boat. that has paid off, hasn't it? it's been an incredible day in the gymnastics. for the first time in almost 100 years, team gb won a medal in the women's team gymnastics. amelie morgan, alice kinsella
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and 16—year—old twinsjessica and jennifer gadirova were in tears after getting the bronze. there was another first though — for the first time in a decade, team usa were not top of the podium, beaten into silver by the russian olympic committee after their star, simone biles, withdrew from the competition because of a medical issue. john watson has more from tokyo. what drama here this evening. not least of course for gp pots a women gymnast who won the bronze medal but also for the us team and simone biles who won silver here this evening but simone biles after that opening faults and that this meant that followed, she took no further part in the women's team final competition. the us gymnastics confirming shortly afterwards that she returned to the arena after a short break after that first rotation that she would not be
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continuing in the first competition but her team—mates stepped up in her absence and she was there to cheer them on threat and having taken their place on the podium securing that silver, the first time they have not one gold in these olympic games, they won gold here to previous times but silver this time around and this is what they had to say after that silver tonight. i’m say after that silver tonight. i'm 0k, “ust say after that silver tonight. i�*mi 0k, just dealing say after that silver tonight. i“n 0k, just dealing with things ok, just dealing with things internally that will get picks out internally that will get picks out in the next couple of days but super proud how they stepped up to the point tonight and work. congratulations to you all. a great team effort and clearly a great bond of the team?— of the team? yes, thank you. it has made us stronger— of the team? yes, thank you. it has made us stronger for _ of the team? yes, thank you. it has made us stronger for sure. - of the team? yes, thank you. it has made us stronger for sure. simone | made us stronger for sure. simone biles confirming _ made us stronger for sure. simone biles confirming she _ made us stronger for sure. simone biles confirming she will _ made us stronger for sure. simone biles confirming she will be - made us stronger for sure. simone biles confirming she will be back. made us stronger for sure. simone | biles confirming she will be back to compete in the all—around final which takes place here on thursday. let's not forget, she has qualified in all five individual finals. let's not forget, she has qualified in all five individualfinals. when i asked her there, she said she would be back here and there is a content beat. what a night it was
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though for gb pontiac women. there were a few shaky moments and qualification but they put that to one side with some brilliant performances wasn't alice kinsella, amelie morgan and the first olympic gamesjust 16 years old, amelie morgan and the first olympic games just 16 years old, leaving here with a bronze medal, the first time they have won a bronze in this event since 1928, the best finish since then was in effect at the last olympics in rio dejaneiro. let's hearfrom them. it olympics in rio de janeiro. let's hear from them.— olympics in rio de janeiro. let's hear from them. it is a dream we never thought — hear from them. it is a dream we never thought could _ hear from them. it is a dream we never thought could come - hear from them. it is a dream we never thought could come true. l hear from them. it is a dream we never thought could come true. i | never thought could come true. i never thought could come true. i never thought could come true. i never thought this was possible but it is, it happened! i don't know what to say. it it is, it happened! i don't know what to say-— it is, it happened! i don't know what to sa . , ., ., ., ., what to say. it is more than a dream come true. — what to say. it is more than a dream come true, really. _ what to say. it is more than a dream come true, really. just _ what to say. it is more than a dream come true, really. just incredible. i come true, really. just incredible. we are _ come true, really. just incredible. we are such — come true, really. just incredible. we are such an amazing team and i think_ we are such an amazing team and i think without each and every single one of— think without each and every single one of us_ think without each and every single one of us working hard and just doing _ one of us working hard and just doing the — one of us working hard and just doing the performances we did, it would _ doing the performances we did, it would have been possible and i am so thankful_ would have been possible and i am so thankful for— would have been possible and i am so thankful for all of you guys. i am so roud thankful for all of you guys. i am so proud of _ thankful for all of you guys. i am so proud of all _ thankful for all of you guys. i am so proud of all of _ thankful for all of you guys. i am so proud of all of you. _ thankful for all of you guys. i am so proud of all of you. and - thankful for all of you guys. i am so proud of all of you. and it - thankful for all of you guys. i am so proud of all of you. and it is l
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so proud of all of you. and it is not over _ so proud of all of you. and it is not over of _ so proud of all of you. and it is not over of course _ so proud of all of you. and it is not over of course for - so proud of all of you. and it is not over of course forjust - so proud of all of you. and it is not over of course forjust or. not over of course forjust or jennifer gadriova, jessica goes in the all—around final and deep for front office ofjennifer competing in the all—around final to come on thursday as well simone biles we believe. and then of course it is the turn of the menswear of those individual finals getting under way, the man all—around final tomorrow night. we will see james hall and action along withjoe frazier as well, the two british men competing in the all—around final and joe frazier as well has the parallel bars final to come as does max whitlock let's not forget who is hoping to successfully defend his pommel horse title at these games. tom watson there. i think there was something in my after the interview with the british gymnasts. a slight update on the situation. in another interview simone biles has said she has to do "what's right
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she went on to say "we have to protect our minds and our bodies and notjust go out and do what the world wants us to do." we're joined by katelyn ohashi, former us gymnast and close friend of simone biles. she is commentating on the gymnastics for the bbc. so much pressure on simone biles, this shouldn't really be a surprise? it is crazy because it is so overlooked sometimes and people don't recognise that but she has beenin don't recognise that but she has been in the public eye, she has not lost a competition since 2013, on top of the world, billions and billions of people constantly watching her so she has also had a lot of time off from gymnastics. she just recently came back in april and was off for 19 months so i think there is a lot of pressure on her and the team heavily relied on her. so it is something that one person does not recognise because they don't feel that the millions of other people putting on the pressure she feels. we other people putting on the pressure she feels. ~ , ., i. other people putting on the pressure she feels. ~ , ., ., she feels. we should say you are the erson she feels. we should say you are the person that — she feels. we should say you are the person that be _ she feels. we should say you are the person that be her _ she feels. we should say you are the person that be her in _ she feels. we should say you are the
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person that be her in 2013. - she feels. we should say you are the person that be her in 2013. but - she feels. we should say you are the person that be her in 2013. but has l person that be her in 2013. but has there been any indication of this happening previously? were you surprised when you heard about this? not at all. when you look at her social media account, she is open about how she feels and even yesterday she put out something that was saying it was not her best competition and that she sometimes just shrugs it off. she is always smiling and laughing and has a bubbly personality but is also honest about what she has gone through with you a sag and larry nasser. she still feels a lot of the pain that has been dealt with properly. and it is a lot. —— usag. i am not surprising this is a huge moment in history forjust talk about mental health and in all sports across.— about mental health and in all sports across. that is still a blow for the us _ sports across. that is still a blow for the us team. _ sports across. that is still a blow for the us team. and _ sports across. that is still a blow for the us team. and for - sports across. that is still a blow for the us team. and for some i sports across. that is still a blow| for the us team. and for some on herself because she still has targets she wants to meet. at}! targets she wants to meet. of course, she is aiming for being the most decorated gymnast this olympics which she still gets that silver
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metal so that is one step closer to the four she needs to get for decent epics but on top of that i think thatis epics but on top of that i think that is the most beautiful thing about having this team final because gymnastics is so individualised and the second you have a team and a team it can step up likejordan did today, it is beautiful to know that everybody has your back and that is what this sport is all about, being able to come in and do the best of your ability and being ready at every single second and that is what they showed today. 50 it every single second and that is what they showed today.— they showed today. so it did team gb. positive story for team gb though, how impressed were you by those four members of the team? it was so insane, we had the tvs up and be a close eyes on america and russia and then great britain as well. and just knowing that most of those girls are 16 and then we have an 18 and 20—year—old in their first
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olympics, what a beautiful thing. i feel like when you don't put that pressure and a sense because that they were back, "we didn't even know this was possible!" you go in hoping for the best and put it all out there and that is what they did and look, every single ever counts and a lot of people were making mistakes today. and great britain slipped up in their which two rotations in favour in seventh place. so go from seventh all the way to third is beautiful. we were sitting there we were so distracted because there was a lot happening. and then finally i look at ellie and i like, "great look at ellie and i am like, "great is about to get third britain is about to get third place!" and trying to do all the calculations and i feel like place!" and trying to do all the calculations and ifeel like i have been adopted this whole trip so i am practically on great britain's side. we are happy to have you. that is within the books are about. caitlin, thank you so much. —— that is what the olympics are all about.
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battling through hot and humid conditions, the first medal of the day for team gb in the triathlon. and, away from the olympics, we'll have the latest on the hundred. charlotte dujardin is officially the joint most decorated british female olympian after getting bronze in the team dressage competition. dujardin, along with carl hester and charlotte fry got the bronze behind germany and the usa. she now has five olympic medals, equal with rower katherine grainger. dujardin is the reigning individual dressage champion. to come away with another metal is absolutely unbelievable. i feel so proud to be here, we have the most fantastic team, the support from uk sport. it really is unbelievable to i think now come away with another metal and be months so many
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incredible inspiring women and sportspeople, i can't say much more really, i am really, really happy. she came for gold but she leaves with a bronze. bianca walkden gave it absolutely everything in this olympics, but after her heartbreaking loss in the semifinal, she fought for third place and won. it's the second time walkden has come away with an olympic bronze after the same outcome in rio. she said she was devastated, but determined not to leave empty handed. our reporter nick hope has the story. went beyond come bronze in 2016, she was devastated and wanted gold. she had gone in as the reigning world champion as she did here in tokyo 2020, determined to right the wrongs of rio. she came into the semifinal at tokyo 2020 against south korea with the number one rank and founder best form in the closing stages. she led with just seconds remaining but her opponent found a way through and
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took a dramatic victory. it was controversial, there were allegations of a push area but walkden fuelled that frustration in the bronze medalfinal, she differed for it —— she delivered a professional performance defeating the polish fighter to secure her place. i the polish fighter to secure her lace. . ., _, the polish fighter to secure her lace. . ., u. ., ., the polish fighter to secure her lace. . ., ., ., , place. i wanted to come out and be the champion _ place. i wanted to come out and be the champion and _ place. i wanted to come out and be the champion and i _ place. i wanted to come out and be the champion and i think _ place. i wanted to come out and be the champion and i think i - place. i wanted to come out and be the champion and i think! am. - place. i wanted to come out and be the champion and i think i am. i - the champion and i think i am. i hope all the kids that are watching can take a little bit of inspiration watching and remember it is not about the colour, it is about being who you want to be. in your heart and soul and then you can come off the match with your head held high and go after your dreams no matter what because i gave my soul today and maybe one day, i can get a goal for some early on the british male heavyweight suffered eight discipline for trying to be. it means gb tight window and with three metals following this earlier silver medals for lauren and bradley. it
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matches their record haul from rio 2016 with three and although they do not get the gold they crave, there were so many fighters desperate to get on this team and in addition to those who were here who will all have metal prospects come paris 2024, there is a bright future for this sport. nick hope there. another shock earlier on in the tennis as the home favourite and one of faces of the games — naomi osaka — was knocked out in the third round by the world number 42 marketa vondrousova. osaka, who made history as the first tennis player to light the olympic cauldron at an opening ceremony, was beaten in straight sets. but, andy murray goes on in the men's doubles, he and his partnerjoe salisbury are through to the quarterfinals in tokyo. they backed up their impressive opening—round win to beat germany's kevin krawietz and tim putz 6—2, 7—6. and in the singles, a really impressive win for liam brodie. he was only called up to the team a week before the games, but he's now knocked out hubert hurkacz — the man who beat roger federer at wimbledon. brodie winning in three sets to reach the third round for one of the biggest wins
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of his career so far. team gb�*s first medal of day came in the first hour of day four. it was a very hard won silver for georgia taylor—brown in the women's triathlon, who — not only had to contend with a delayed start because of bad weather, but also had a puncture during the race! nick parrott reports. for georgia taylor—brown, this was a triumph over adversity. just make it the start line was an achievement for the reigning world champion. three months ago she was on crutches after injuring her leg and hadn't raised since september. not that she let on to her rivals who just thought she would be ill. her swim went well leaving the water and fit place with compatriotjessica in the lead. as part of the leading group, the bike ride was going even better untilfate the bike ride was going even better until fate intervened. the bike ride was going even better untilfate intervened. she the bike ride was going even better until fate intervened.— untilfate intervened. she is writinu untilfate intervened. she is writing with _ untilfate intervened. she is writing with a _ untilfate intervened. she is writing with a flat _ untilfate intervened. she is writing with a flat back - untilfate intervened. she is writing with a flat back tire. | untilfate intervened. she is- writing with a flat back tire. and that mightjust be the end of her
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gold medal chance. for that mightjust be the end of her gold medal chance.— that mightjust be the end of her gold medal chance. for a moment it looked like all _ gold medal chance. for a moment it looked like all hope _ gold medal chance. for a moment it looked like all hope was _ gold medal chance. for a moment it looked like all hope was lost. - gold medal chance. for a moment it looked like all hope was lost. but i looked like all hope was lost. but despite her troubles she made it to the final transition and left training byjust 22 seconds. this would have to be the run of her life. georgia taylor—brown had spent the last six weeks building her running back up again. the hard work paid off as first she passed her countrymen and then the german runner, and then finally with just one left to go, america pots by 2019 world champion. the race ferret and world champion. the race ferret and world champion. the race ferret and world champion favourite was out of sight and went on to secure a place in the record books with bermuda's first victory in any event making it the smallest country to win a summer olympics gold. but silver is still britain's best performance in the women's triathlon. i britain's best performance in the women's triathlon.— britain's best performance in the women's triathlon. i panicked, i did not know what _
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women's triathlon. i panicked, i did not know what to _ women's triathlon. i panicked, i did not know what to do _ women's triathlon. i panicked, i did not know what to do so _ women's triathlon. i panicked, i did not know what to do so i _ women's triathlon. i panicked, i did not know what to do so i just - women's triathlon. i panicked, i did not know what to do so i just wrote | not know what to do so i just wrote on the flat. i was maybe 15 seconds on the flat. i was maybe 15 seconds on the flat. i was maybe 15 seconds on the curb. so the first lap of the run was panic mode. i think i paid for at the latter end of the run but it paid off. for at the latter end of the run but it aid off. , ., ., for at the latter end of the run but it aidoff. , ., ., ., m, �*, it paid off. georgia taylor-brown's silver was great _ it paid off. georgia taylor-brown's silver was great britain's - it paid off. georgia taylor-brown's silver was great britain's seventh l silver was great britain's seventh olympic triathlon metal, the most of any country and there could be another to come in the mix to relay this weekend. nick parrott, bbc news. now, while the conditions weren't great for the triathlon, the remnants of a typhoon that's hit parts of tokyo, made it idealfor surfing. it's one of the new sports included in the olympics and there's been some incredible stories along with it. ben croucher has more. along with it. surfing along with it. had to wait an extra year for surfing had to wait an extra year for its on bout but it started a day early, taking advantage of the more powerful wind and waves provided by a passing typhoon. so strong in fact it broke this surfers board in the final. keeping his composure is not a prompt for the brazilian using the
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lead of his dad puts a cold box. the aim was simple, find the big wave, write it as best he can't with judges assessing skill, commitment and difficulty. he judges assessing skill, commitment and difficulty-— and difficulty. he likes that. i thinkthat _ and difficulty. he likes that. i think that might _ and difficulty. he likes that. i think that might have - and difficulty. he likes that. i think that might have been . and difficulty. he likes that. i l think that might have been his and difficulty. he likes that. i - think that might have been his best wave. . . think that might have been his best wave, ., ., think that might have been his best wave. . ., ., _ , wave. ferrera made it look easy but the home favourite _ wave. ferrera made it look easy but the home favourite wasn't _ wave. ferrera made it look easy but the home favourite wasn't making l wave. ferrera made it look easy but l the home favourite wasn't making the right kind of splash. just not on the same level as the brazilian along with the fourth place server, they duo are known as the brazilian storm. today ferrera blue the japanese competitor away. i think all the surface _ japanese competitor away. i think all the surface here _ japanese competitor away. i think all the surface here made - japanese competitor away. i think all the surface here made history| all the surface here made history for sure — all the surface here made history for sure. everybody has a piece of this metat — for sure. everybody has a piece of this metal-— this metal. this is special. america's _ this metal. this is special. america's or _ this metal. this is special. america's or temporal - this metal. this is special. - america's or temporal champion carissa moore is so successful that they honoured her carissa moore date, in the 4th of january in case you're wondering. they might think of something originalfor the you're wondering. they might think of something original for the 27th of something original for the 27th ofjuly, surfing tradition dictates the winter's beat should not touch
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the winter's beat should not touch the sand when they leave the water. for ferrera and more, you suspect they will be floating on cloud nine for a few days yet. ben croucher, bbc news. so much going on in the olympics today. let's take a quick look at some of the other sports and great britain's progress. in the women's football, team gb top their group after drawing 1—1 with canada. caroline weir equalised in the 83rd minute to get the point. they go onto the knockout stages of the competition now. in the men's hockey, it was a disappointing 5—1 loss to germany which ended great britain's unbeaten start to the games. florian fuchs getting a hat—trick as the brits struggled in defence. in the rugby sevens, it was an incredible comeback for great britain's men who were losing 21—0 to the united states, but fought back to win the match 26—21. they're now through to the semifinal against new zealand. and the swiss filled the podium at the women's mountain bike event. jolanda neff leading with gold, sina frei crossed in second and linda indergand completed the swiss sweep with bronze.
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the last time one nation took gold, silver and bronze in an olympic cycling event was in 1904. away from the olympics, there are a few other sports taking place around the world. in rugby union, british and irish lions head coach warren gatland has made three changes to their line up ahead of their second test gainst south africa on saturday. scotland scrum half ali price makes way for ireland's conor murray to come into the side. prop mako vunipola replaces rory sutherland and centre chris harris will start in place of elliot daly. number eight taulupe faletau is on the bench after missing out on the first test. the lions won the series opener 22—17. you want them to build on that first test performance because you think the cohesion with the combinations
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and then planed that frisk and they will get better as well so it is trying to get that balance what we have achieved. not making too many changes butjust picking what we think is the best team that can do a job on said day. australia and new zealand players were not consulted before their countries withdrew from the world cup. that is according to the players association. the scheduled competition was good be held in november but australia and new zealand pulled out due to safety and concerns. christian walton said the players had been excited about the world cup. we had an understanding _ the world cup. we had an understanding of - the world cup. we had an understanding of the - the world cup. we had an. understanding of the pretty the world cup. we had an - understanding of the pretty harsh protocols and the quarantine. it was not going to be the most enjoyable trip. compared to what it would have beenin trip. compared to what it would have been in pre—covid times but the majority of players came to give it a go so i guess that is what was so
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disappointing about the decision by them. manchester united look likely to continue their summer spending by completing the signing of real madrid defender raphael varane. an initialfee of around £34 million has been agreed, potentially rising to £42 million with add—ons. varane won four champions league titles with real along with the world cup with france in 2018. belgium international toby alderweireld has completed a transfer from tottenham hotspur to qatar stars league side al—duhail. to the 100s and the southern breeze punk comfortably beat them, they coasted to victory with 16 balls to spare. —— the breeze. the turn of the men right now and a short while ago, the welsh buyer were 45—1, you can listen to commentary on 55 sports extra. —— five live sports
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extra. she has won the a great year for hollie doyle is getting even better. she's just won the goodwood cup on the alan king—trained horse trueshan. doyle becomes the first woman to ride the winner of the group one race, which was first run more than 200 years ago. right, let's take you back to the olympics and a reminder of how well team gb are doing. let's take at the medal table as it stands, and japan are top with ten gold medals, usa and china on nine gold, usa with 24 altogether, and great britain are in fifth with a total of 13 medals, four golds. -- usa with 25. it's team gb�*s best—ever start to the olympics, four days in and plenty more to come. so could we be in for more medals tomorrow? well, there's not long to wait before the action gets under way again. you'll need to set your alarm for 6am if you want to see whether britain's geraint thomas and tayo gaygan hart recovered enough from their crash in the men's road race to win a medal in the time trial. the women's event gets under way from 3.30pm.
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from 7am, jack laugher will be defending his three metre synchronised springboard title alongside new partner, dan goodfellow. and just before 4.30 britain's men will be going for gold in the four by 200 metres freestyle final. it's team gb�*s best hope of gold in a relay. two of the members of the team we started the programme with — gold and silver medallists,tom dean and duncan scott. if you want more from day four, today at the games will have the best of the highlights on bbc one at 7.30pm. and there's plenty more on the bbc sport website. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening. hello. our unsettled spell of sherry weather is said to continue over the next couple of days. some of the shares have been heavy and thundery, we have had a amber warning enforce a product —— across parts of
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scotland and through the course of the evening and heavy showers and thunderstorms here could have localised flooding. further south they have showers from earlier willie isa way through this evening and overnight. things will become mostly dry and south—west overnight, more of those downpours across the north lasting through into wednesday morning and lows around 13—15 overnight, a mild start to once a but we have another amber warning enforce across parts of scotland come at this time heavy rainfall first central and northern parts. flooding, delays and disruption is likely due to the slow moving system of this rainfall across scotland. for the south across the uk, sunshine of paris will move through on the breeze in the south and top temperature is around 16 or 21 degrees.
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hello, i'm nuala mcgovern, this is outside source. in washington, hearings have begun in congress, into the attack on the us capitol. they ripped off my badge, they grabbed and stripped me of my radio. they seized ammunition that was secured to my body. they began to beat me with their fists and with what felt like hard metal objects. i'm frustrated that six months after a deadly— i'm frustrated that six months after a deadly insurrection breached the united _ a deadly insurrection breached the united states capital for several hours _ united states capital for several hours on — united states capital for several hours on live television, we still don't _ hours on live television, we still don't know— hours on live television, we still don't know exactly what happened or why -- _ don't know exactly what happened or why —— capitol. the events are described as a coordinated attack to derail the
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peaceful transfer of power. we

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