Team GB wins six medals in a day with swimming, rowing and BMX victories

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Beth Shriever followed up team-mate Kye Whyte’s stunning silver medal in the men’s race to become the first British medalists in the sport since it was introduced to the Olympic roster in 2008.

In the pool, Duncan Scott won silver in the men’s 200m final to keep alive his hopes of a historic haul of four medals at a single Games.

Elsewhere in the pool, Luke Greenbank claimed another swimming medal for GB in Tokyo by taking bronze in the men’s 200 metres backstroke.

Great Britain’s men’s eight team produced an outstanding performance to take bronze in the regatta’s final event.

They finished third behind gold medallists New Zealand, with Germany taking second.

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