TEAM GB are back amongst the medals on Day 11 in Tokyo.
Dylan Fletcher and Stuart Bithell pipped New Zealand to 49er gold after a thrilling race, securing GB's first sailing medal of the Games.
And Giles Scott backed it up just an hour or so later, taking gold in the Finn.
But there was disappointment for GB sprinter Adam Gemili who is out of the 200m after suffering a hamstring injury, leaving the sprinting star in tears on the track.
The performance of the day - and potentially the entire Games - has gone to Norway's Karsten Warholm who became the first man to break 46 seconds ever to take 400m gold in stunning fashion.
And if that wasn't enough, the evening action from Tokyo will see Laura Kenny and Jason Kenny back on the medal hunt.
Simone Biles also returns in the balance beam final, before Pat McCormack goes for glory in the men's welterweight boxing final.
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