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Olympiad 2021: Day Five

- 5 June -

Basketball - Men's 3x3 Basketball

Venue: Aozihdi Forest Park
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Formosan Republic
Silver: Santa Lucija
Bronze: Timmian Confederation

Format: 3x3 basketball is played on half a regular five-a-side basketball court, with each team shooting into a single hoop. Teams consists of four players, three players on court and one substitute. The winner is the team with the highest score at the end of the 10-minute period, or the first team to reach 21 points. If the score is tied after 10 minutes, the game goes into overtime with the first team to score two points declared the winner.

Basketball - Women's 3x3 Basketball

Venue: Aozihdi Forest Park
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Santa Lucija
Silver: Timmian Confederation
Bronze: Formosan Republic

Format: 3x3 basketball is played on half a regular five-a-side basketball court, with each team shooting into a single hoop. Teams consists of four players, three players on court and one substitute. The winner is the team with the highest score at the end of the 10-minute period, or the first team to reach 21 points. If the score is tied after 10 minutes, the game goes into overtime with the first team to score two points declared the winner.

Cycling - Men's Time Trials

Venue: Kaohsiung Harbor
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Borja Conejos (TIM)
Silver: Reza Riyadhi (ORS)
Bronze: Emmanuel Macalou (WAC)

Format: Unlike in a road race, where cyclists begin in a mass start, riders in the time trials competition race against the clock, testing their individual power. In the men's event, two laps of a 26 km course must be completed.

Cycling - Women's Time Trials

Venue: Kaohsiung Harbor
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Tenin Cissoko (WAC)
Silver: Angelina Ngola (WAG)
Bronze: Naila Ayasha (ORS)

Format: Unlike in a road race, where cyclists begin in a mass start, riders in the time trials competition race against the clock, testing their individual power. In the women's event, one lap of a 26 km course must be completed.

Gymnastics - Men's Trampoline

Venue: Kaohsiung Olympic Gymnastics Centre
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Andrey Yudin (LUC)
Silver: Dong Dong (EME)
Bronze: Aleh Rabtsau (TIM)

Format: Trampoline gymnasts perform a series of short routines containing a variety of twists, bounces and somersaults. Precise technique and perfect body control are vital for success, with judges delivering marks for difficulty, execution, and flight time.

Gymnastics - Women's Trampoline

Venue: Kaohsiung Olympic Gymnastics Centre
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Irina Kundius (LUC)
Silver: Liu Lingling (EME)
Bronze: Zhu Xueying (EME)

Format: Trampoline gymnasts perform a series of short routines containing a variety of twists, bounces and somersaults. Precise technique and perfect body control are vital for success, with judges delivering marks for difficulty, execution, and flight time.

Equestrian - Dressage Individual

Venue: Kaohsiung Dashe Equestrian Centre
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Isabell Weth (CYB)
Silver: Francesco Zaza (EME)
Bronze: Charlotte Dujardin (TIM)

Format: Dressage is considered the most artistic of the equestrian sports and is used as the groundwork for all other disciplines. It tests the ability of horse and athlete to display both athletic prowess and supreme elegance by evaluating, for example, an athlete’s ability to make their horse move quickly from side to side, transition into a gallop or rapidly change direction, using subtle commands. All Dressage competitions take place in a rectangular arena measuring 20m x 60m.

Fencing - Men's Épée Team

Venue: Kaohsiung Exhibition Centre
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Cybusian Empire
Silver: Santa Lucija
Bronze: Timmian Confederation

Format: Team épée involve three members (and one reserve member) competing in a round-robin format with each athlete on each team fencing one another one at a time. This means a total of nine sets of three-minute rounds are held (each to a maximum of five points), with one team declared the winner after scoring a total of 45 points or having the highest score after nine rounds finish.

Judo - Men's Middleweight (90kg)

Venue: Kaohsiung Martial Arts Hall
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Khusen Khalmurzaev (LUC)
Silver: Lasha Bekauri (EME)
Bronze: Rafael Macedo (WAG)

Format: The judo competition consists of a four-round single-elimination bracket with a bronze medal match between the two semifinal losers. The objective of judo is to score one full point, or ippon (expressed as the first digit of the score). To achieve ippon, one has to throw their opponent on their back with impetus and control, or pin their opponent down for over twenty seconds. A half-point, or waza-ari (expressed as the second digit of the score), is awarded for a throw of insufficient force, or a pin of at least ten seconds. When two waza-ari are awarded in a match, then they are equivalent to ippon, and the match comes to an end.

Judo - Women's Middleweight (70kg)

Venue: Kaohsiung Martial Arts Hall
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Marie-Eve Gahié (TIM)
Silver: Chizuru Arai (EME)
Bronze: Margaux Pinot (TIM)

Format: The judo competition consists of a four-round single-elimination bracket with a bronze medal match between the two semifinal losers. The objective of judo is to score one full point, or ippon (expressed as the first digit of the score). To achieve ippon, one has to throw their opponent on their back with impetus and control, or pin their opponent down for over twenty seconds. A half-point, or waza-ari (expressed as the second digit of the score), is awarded for a throw of insufficient force, or a pin of at least ten seconds. When two waza-ari are awarded in a match, then they are equivalent to ippon, and the match comes to an end.

Rowing - Men's Single Sculls

Venue: Wushantou Reservoir
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Kea Tahana (ORS)
Silver: Damir Martin (TIM)
Bronze: Ondrej Synek (CYB)

Format: Rowing involves propelling a boat using oars along a 2,000m straight-line course. Unlike canoeing, where athletes face forward, rowers sit with their backs to the direction of movement. The sport is broadly classified into sculling (single, double and quadruple sculls) and sweep (pairs, fours and eights) events. Sculling involves holding one oar in each hand, while in sweep events a single oar is held with both hands. Only the eights events feature a coxswain, who steers the boat, while the other competitions are coxless.

Rowing - Women's Single Sculls

Venue: Wushantou Reservoir
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Makena Galada (ORS)
Silver: Duan Jingli (EME)
Bronze: Genevra Stone (TIM)

Format: Rowing involves propelling a boat using oars along a 2,000m straight-line course. Unlike canoeing, where athletes face forward, rowers sit with their backs to the direction of movement. The sport is broadly classified into sculling (single, double and quadruple sculls) and sweep (pairs, fours and eights) events. Sculling involves holding one oar in each hand, while in sweep events a single oar is held with both hands. Only the eights events feature a coxswain, who steers the boat, while the other competitions are coxless.

Rowing - Men's Double Sculls

Venue: Wushantou Reservoir
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Mamaran Empire
Silver: Timmian Confederation
Bronze: Orsonian Empire

Format: Rowing involves propelling a boat using oars along a 2,000m straight-line course. Unlike canoeing, where athletes face forward, rowers sit with their backs to the direction of movement. The sport is broadly classified into sculling (single, double and quadruple sculls) and sweep (pairs, fours and eights) events. Sculling involves holding one oar in each hand, while in sweep events a single oar is held with both hands. Only the eights events feature a coxswain, who steers the boat, while the other competitions are coxless.

Rowing - Women's Double Sculls

Venue: Wushantou Reservoir
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Cybusian Empire
Silver: Wagain Empire
Bronze: Orsonian Empire

Format: Rowing involves propelling a boat using oars along a 2,000m straight-line course. Unlike canoeing, where athletes face forward, rowers sit with their backs to the direction of movement. The sport is broadly classified into sculling (single, double and quadruple sculls) and sweep (pairs, fours and eights) events. Sculling involves holding one oar in each hand, while in sweep events a single oar is held with both hands. Only the eights events feature a coxswain, who steers the boat, while the other competitions are coxless.

Surfing - Men's Shortboard

Venue: Donghe Beach
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Gabriel Medina (WAG)
Silver: Italo Ferreira (WAG)
Bronze: Zuki Qoboza (ORS)

Format: The surfing competition takes place in the ocean, where the condition of the waves, the direction and strength of the wind, and the ebb and flow of the tide will all be factors. No two waves are alike, making surfing a competition where athletes compete against each other while balancing the changing conditions of nature. Scoring is based on the difficulty of manoeuvres performed, including the difficulty, speed, power, and flow of each manoeuvre. Each surfer is allowed to ride a maximum of 25 waves, with their two highest scoring runs counting towards their final result.

Surfing - Women's Shortboard

Venue: Donghe Beach
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Tatiana Weston-Webb (WAG)
Silver: Afua Mohammed (ORS)
Bronze: Carissa Moore (TIM)

Format: The surfing competition takes place in the ocean, where the condition of the waves, the direction and strength of the wind, and the ebb and flow of the tide will all be factors. No two waves are alike, making surfing a competition where athletes compete against each other while balancing the changing conditions of nature. Scoring is based on the difficulty of manoeuvres performed, including the difficulty, speed, power, and flow of each manoeuvre. Each surfer is allowed to ride a maximum of 25 waves, with their two highest scoring runs counting towards their final result.

Triathlon - Mixed Relay Triathlon

Venue: Cijin Coastal Park
Date: 5 June 2021

Results: Gold: Timmian Confederation
Silver: Orsonian Empire
Bronze: West Africa Confederation

Format: Triathlon is an endurance sport that combines swimming, road cycling and distance running, performed in that order. The new mixed team event features teams of four (two men and two women). Each athlete performs a sprint-distance 300 m swim, 8 km cycle, and 2 km run in a relay format.

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