Tokyo Olympics 2020: What happened 5th day: What you need to know
Primoz Roglic (Slovenia) won the men's Olympic Games title after finishing the 44.2km course in a time of 55:04 to take the gold medal. Surprisingly not a single rider abled to finish within a minute of Roglic, with resurgent Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands) taking silver with a time 1:01 down and Rohan Dennis (Australia) forced to settle for bronze.
The Dutch cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten, won the time trial, with a 56-second margin over silver medalist Switzerland's Marlen Reusser while fellow Dutch rider Anna van der Breggen took bronze after finishing the line 1.01 minutes after Van Vleuen.
Australia's Ariarne Titmus won her second gold medal in the women's 200-meter freestyle beating Hong Kong's Siobhan Haughey with Canada's Penny Oleksiak third.
Hungary's Kristof Milak won the 200m butterfly today, set an Olympic record time of 1:51.25, by beating Japan's Tomoru Honda with Italy's Federico Burdisso taking bronze.
Japanese judoka Chizuru Arai won the gold medal in the women's -70 kg category in Tokyo on Wednesday, beating Michaela Polleres of Austria in the final. Sanne Van Dijke of the Netherlands and Madina Taimazova of the Russian Olympic committee were awarded bronze medals.
Britain's Tom Dean scorched to the men's Olympic 200 m freestyle gold medal on Tuesday, overpowering teammate Duncan Scott. Dean came from behind in the final 50m to touch in a new national record of 1min44.22 sec, with Scott taking silver (1:44:26) ahead of Brazil's Fernando Scheffer (1:44:66).