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Newtownards gymnast Rhys McClenaghan has finished seventh in the pommel horse final at the Olympics.
The 22-year-old had an early fall, but bravely completed a brilliant routine.
GB's Max Whitlock retained his title.
BREAKING— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 1, 2021
Ireland’s first Olympic gymnastics finalist @McClenaghanRhys from Newtownards misses out on a medal in the pommel horse in Tokyo. The 22-year-old slipped off early on, but bravely completed a brilliant routine. He'll be back#GymnasticsIreland #TeamIreland #Tokyo2020 pic.twitter.com/X3I43lfzYx
There was also disappointment for Rory McIlroy in Tokyo on Sunday morning.
The Holywood golfer made it to a seven-way, sudden death play-off for a bronze medal - but was eliminated on the third extra hole.
BREAKING -— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 1, 2021
Rory McIlroy has missed out on a medal at the Olympics
The County Down golfer was involved in a seven-man play-off for bronze, but has just been eliminated @McIlroyRory #TeamIreland #Tokyo2020 pic.twitter.com/vcQMPBPaEQ
Earlier, Belfast boxer Aidan Walsh withdrew ahead of his semi-final due to an ankle injury - reportedly sustained in the ring while celebrating his quarter-final victory earlier in the week.
He still takes home a bronze medal.
Lisburn's Kurt Walker lost his quarter-final fight.
Breaking - Belfast boxer Aidan Walsh withdraws from semi-finals at Olympics due to injury. Still takes home a bronze medal. @aidanwalsh997 #TeamIreland #Tokyo2020— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) July 31, 2021
Team Ireland: pic.twitter.com/Wwa76RTq1M