It’s all fun and games
Olympic diving champion Tom Daley knitting a Team GB cardigan while in the stands during the competition. He also took to social media to show off his yarn pocket to keep his gold medal safe.
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Men’s 49er sailors Erik Heil and Thomas Ploessel of Germany jump into the waters at Enoshima Yachting Harbour to celebrate their bronze medal.
Handball player Yuta Iwashita of Japan saves a shot, with his face, against Egypt during their Group B match.
A giant Gundam robot watches Japan’s Miho Nonaka (left) compete against American Brooke Raboutou in the women’s sport climbing speed quarter-finals at the Aomi Urban Sports Park.
Performers recreating the pictogram for the sport of surfing during the Tokyo 2020 opening ceremony – the quirky segment was a big hit with viewers all around the world.
Top fashion moments
Russian swimmer Evgeny Rylov wears a cat-themed mask to receive his 200m backstroke gold medal.
Germany’s women’s artistic gymnastics team certainly caught attention with their full-length unitards in their fashion statement against the sexualisation of the sport.
Colombia’s contigent generated buzz with their opening ceremony look – a traditional Japanese garment called the Happi, infused with colours of the Colombian flag.
Skateboarders led the way in street fashion, with the Philippines’ Margielyn Didal putting on a show of style and swagger with her bright orange cargo pants and a white T-shirt emblazoned with the colours of the Philippine flag, topped off with gold accessories.
Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce sporting multi-coloured hairdos in her 100m and 200m races.
Favourite Team SG moment
Table tennis player Yu Mengyu captured Singaporeans’ hearts by battling into the semi-finals of the women’s singles, before losing the third-place play-off to Japan’s Mima Ito.
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