Irish rower just misses out on a semi-final spot

Irish rower just misses out on a semi-final spot

Rower Sanita Puspure has lost out on a semi-final spot in the single sculls event.

Despite a strong finish the Cork based athlete finished fourth. She was just .65 of a second outside the top three.

In hockey, Ireland take on defending champions Germany at 4.30

Sailor Annalise Murphy resumes from third position in the laser radial class today at 5.05pm. Carlow's Finn Lynch is also back on the water this evening and he's in 21st overall.

Shane Ryan and Nicholas Quinn are in the pool this evening for their heats in the 100 metres freestyle and 200 metres breaststroke.

The three day eventing team resume from 8th overall around now.

In Boxing, David Oliver Joyce fights in the last 16 of the lightweight division tonight around quarter to ten.

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