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Tokyo Olympics: day four so far in photos

22 photos of the Olympics so far today

There's more swimming finals on the cards today, along with hockey, weightlifting, tennis, rugby sevens, surfing, shooting and more for Aussie's taking part in the Olympics.

The world's photographers have their lenses trained on the action and we're doing out best to share some of the very best images with you.

If you're looking for something more Aussie-focused, check out our live blog over here.

Earlier success on Tuesday morning belonged to Aussie surfer Owen Wright who has a shot at an Olympic medal after advancing to the semi-finals in Japan.

After a slow start in messy conditions at Tsurigasaki Surfing Beach due to the impact of Tropical Storm Nepartak, Wright took control with scores of 6.67 and 6.07 to beat Peru's Luca Mesinas 12.74 to 7.83.

Australian swimmer Kaylee McKeown has won the gold medal in the 100-metre backstroke.

McKeown's triumph is Australia's third gold of the Games, following the women's 4x100m freestyle relay and Ariarne Titmus in the 400m freestyle.

The Kookaburras have underlined their gold-medal credentials while crushing reigning Olympic champions Argentina 5-2 in Tokyo.

While Australia's pistol shooters missed out on the medal shootouts.

See the photos in the gallery above.

MORE OLYMPICS:

See all the photos from day three here.

See all the photos from day three here.

Day two photos right here. Just hit the image to see more pics.

Day two photos right here. Just hit the image to see more pics.

Click on the photo to see what happened on Day One of the Olympics.

Click on the photo to see what happened on Day One of the Olympics.

- with Australian Associated Press

This story 22 photos of the Olympics so far today first appeared on The Canberra Times.