Tokyo in 20

Tokyo in 20

Tokyo in 20 is the new daily podcast from Newstalk ZB, looking back the day's action from Tokyo 2020 and previewing what's coming up for our Kiwi athletes. It's a one stop shop to catch up on all you need to know from the biggest event in sport and celebrate New Zealanders competing on the world stage. Newstalk ZB - Official Radio Broadcast Partner of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

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August 1, 2021 18 min
Newstalk ZB's Jason Pine reviews day nine in Tokyo which saw Dame Valerie Adams become our most successful female Olympian ever. There are more medals on offer today in sailing and equestrian, and a bizarre protest by a French boxer.
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Newstalk ZB's Jason Pine looks back at a successful day at Tokyo 2020 with the New Zealand women's 7s team being crowned Olympic champions, a surprise medal in the men's trampoline, the Oly Whites miss out on the semi-finals and Dame Valarie Adams looks to light up the shotput circle.
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Newstalk ZB's Jason Pine reflects on a medal-laden day seven in Tokyo, the best ever in our Olympic rowing history, with a tinge of tennis triumph, too. There's also a look ahead to day eight with kiwis in action across multiple sports.
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Newstalk ZB's Jason Pine looks back on a golden day six in Tokyo, with prospects for more rowing glory on day seven of competition today. The Black Ferns Sevens get out of jail and there's a new record-holder for the least-populated medal-winning nation.
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Newstalk ZB's Jason Pine reflects on a double-silver winning day five in Tokyo, with our rowers and men's sevens side on the second step of the podium. It was also a big day for football and tennis and there's another medal in the offing today.
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Newstalk ZB's Jason Pine previews day five in Tokyo, with the NZ men's sevens team playing for medals today! There's also analysis of the Football Ferns' disappointing tournament, wraps of all the kiwis in day four and five action, the smallest ever gold-medal winning country, and a global pop superstar earning new fans in Norway for her support of the country's beach handball team.
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Newstalk ZB's Jason Pine reviews an emotional, medal-winning day three at the Tokyo Olympics, with Hayden Wilde claiming bronze in the men's triathlon. He also looks ahead to prospects for day four, including swimming, canoe slalom, and rugby sevens. 
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Newstalk ZB's Jason Pine wraps day two action from Tokyo, including an incredible swim from the youngest member of New Zealand's Olympic team, goalkeeping howlers in the OlyWhites' latest outing, wins for both our hockey teams and good performances in rowing, canoe slalom and surfing. We also look ahead to day three, with our men's triathletes and sevens team in action, along with mountain-biker Anton Cooper.
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On today's episode, Newstalk ZB's Adam Cooper reviews a dream start to Lewis Clareburt's Olympic swimming campaign, and outlines why there'll be extra confidence heading into today's final as a key opponent misses out on the final.
We look back on two rowing victories for New Zealand, and Adam explains why the men's cycling road race has been one of his highlights of the event so far, despite George Bennett f...
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July 23, 2021 19 min
On today's episode, Newstalk ZB's Adam Cooper looks at last night's opening ceremony that saw a last-minute change to one of the New Zealand Team's flag-bearers, we hear from Kiwi swimmer Lewis Clareburt ahead of his Olympic debut and weather causes a reschedule at the rowing. 
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On today's episode, Andrew Alderson looks at the Oly Whites' historic Olympics victory compared with the difficulty the Football Ferns face in their pool, Erica Dawson speaks as she recovers from injury to make her Olympics sailing debut, the already infamous cardboard beds and the 'fake news' surrounding them, and the Kiwis you should watch out for over the next two weeks. 
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July 22, 2021 31 sec
Tokyo in 20 is the new daily podcast from Newstalk ZB, looking back the day's action from Tokyo 2020 and previewing what's coming up for our Kiwi athletes. It's a one stop shop to catch up on all you need to know from the biggest event in sport and celebrate New Zealanders competing on the world stage.
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