Olympic cross-country times released: find out when the Brits and your other favourites start

  • The Olympic cross-country times have been released.

    The cross-country for the Tokyo Games takes place at Sea Forest, an island of reclaimed land with views of Tokyo Bay, on Sunday 1 August.

    The session takes place early in the morning Japanese time, starting at 7.45am and finishing just before 11am.

    With Britain eight hours behind, this means the cross-country starts at 11.45pm on Saturday in Britain and then finishes in the early hours of Sunday. The British times below are all on Sunday unless it states it’s a Saturday time.

    What are the Olympic cross-country times for the British riders?

    The British hold team gold in the Olympic eventing dressage results.

    Other top teams and individuals

    German team (team silver after dressage)

    • Julia Krajewski and Amande De B’Neville: 8.24am local time (00.24am British time)
    • Sandra Auffarth and Viamant Du Matz: 9.36am local time (1.36am British time)
    • Michael Jung and Chipmunk FRH: 10.42am local time (2.42am British time)

    New Zealand team (team bronze after dressage)

    • Jonelle Price and Grovine De Reve: 8.21am local time (00.21am British time)
    • Jesse Campbell and Diachello: 9.33am local time (1.33am British time)
    • Tim Price and Vitali: 10.39am local time (2.39am British time)

    Other riders in the individual top 10 after dressage

    • China’s Alex Hua Tian and Don Geniro: 8.03am local time (00.03am British time)
    • Japan’s Kazuma Tomoto and Vinci De La Vigne: 7.57am local time (11.57pm British time on Saturday)
    • Switzerland’s Felix Vogg and Colero: 7.54am local time (11.54pm British time on Saturday)
    • India’s Fouaad Mirza and Seigneur: 8.48am local time (00.48am British time)
    • Sweden’s Louise Romeike and Cato 60: 9.21am local time (1.21am British time)

    Olympic cross-country times in full

    Other essential info for cross-country day:

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