Even before Mathieu van der Poel’s Olympic debut, there is already a lot for Dutch sports fans to enjoy. Arno Kamenga is the first Dutchman to win a medal on day three of the Olympics. At 4.12 a.m., the swimmer in the 100-meter butterfly will compete with Olympic champion Adam Petty, among others.
If you don’t want to miss the debuts of skateboarders Keet Oldenbeuving and Roos Zwetsloot, get up early (or stay up long): qualified skaters start at 01:30 and the final round starts at 05.25 a.m.
Women’s hockey will play their second game of the group against Ireland at 3 AM. You also have to get up early for your first judo fight, Sunny Verhagen. At 4.40am, she began her class up to 57kg class against Austrian Sabrina Felsmosser.
Those who don’t like night work are in luck with the Olympic race schedule on Monday. Matthew van der Poel and Milan Feder aren’t looking for an Olympic gold medal on mountain bike until 8am.
For water polo players, the games will really start after a few hours. At 11.20 am, Australia is the number one contender.
Furthermore, Dutch badminton players, bowlers (country teams), sailors, beach volleyball players and 3×3 basketball players will be in competition on the third day of the games.
Check out our comprehensive program and results pages for a complete overview.
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