Team SA schedule for day seven of Rio Olympic Games 2016 (11th August)
Team South Africa’s Rio Olympic Games schedule for day seven of the 2016 edition of the Games, with accompanying SA times, have been released.
13:52 – Men’s stroke play, first round (Brandon Stone).
14:25 – Men’s stroke play, first round (Jaco van Zyle).
13:30 – Women Pairs, Semi-finals (Lee-Ann Persse and Kate Christowitz).
13:50 – Lightweight Women’s Double Skulls, Semi-finals (Kirsten McCann and Ursula Grobler).
14:20 – Lightweight Men’s Double Sculls, Semi-finals (James Thompson and John Smith).
14:30 – Men’s Four, Semi-final (David Hunt, Jonathan Smith, Vincent Breet and Jake Green).
15:44 – Men’s Pair Final (Lawrence Brittain and Shaun Keeling).
20:00 – Men’s Semi-finals (South Africa vs. Great Britain).
Final to be followed at midnight.
18:14 – Men’s 50-metre freestyle, heat number seven (Doug Erasmus).
18:18 – Men’s 50-metre freestyle, heat number nine (Brad Tandy).
19:28 – Men’s 100-metre butterfly, heat number five (Chad le Clos).
Friday 04:34 or 04:42 – Men’s 100-metre butterfly, Semi-final (Chad le Clos).
Friday 02:23 – Men’s singles group stages, Group N (Jacob Maliekal [SA] v Wan Ho Son [Korea]).
18:15 – 470 Class, Race number three.
Team SA have only picked up a solitude two silver medals in the Rio Games 2016 thus far, with the United States on top of the medals tally count with 32 medals (11 gold); followed by China with 23 medals (10 gold).
Image: Team SA waving the SA flag at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony.
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