Tokyo 2020 Olympics – Chelsie Giles wins bronze for Team GB's first medal, Japan's Abe siblings make history
After the opening day failed to produce a medal for Team GB, they are up and running on Day 2 after Giles won via ippon. Bradly Sinden is guaranteed a medal in the taekwondo, while there a number of medal opportunities for the Brits on Monday – including swimming sensation Adam Peaty in the 100m breaststroke.
'Amazing!' - Giles wins Britain's first medal in Tokyo with judo bronze
Giles beat Belgium’s Charline van Snick to give herself a medal shot, which she took with aplomb by beating Kocher in the bronze-medal bout.
Abe then struck gold for the host nation in the final against France’s Amandine Buchard, moments before brother Hifumi Abe defeated Georgia's Vazha Margvelashvili in the men's -66kg competition. It is the first time siblings have won gold on the same day at an Olympics.
Watch the moment Giles and Team GB win first medal in Tokyo
Team GB's taekwondo debutant Bradly Sinden, who has already beaten the defending Olympic champion, is guaranteed at least a silver medal in the men’s -68kg category. His final takes place at 13:45 BST.
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