OLYMPICS UPDATE: Good day for Zimbabwe in Tokyo

By Lawrence Trusida Sport Editor
GOLFER, Scott Vincent had a good outing in the second round of the Tokyo Olympics golf tournament after ending day two tied 34TH overall.
After a torrid first round at the Kasumigaseki Country Club, Scott Vincent found his rhythm in the second round to close the day at four under which puts him back in contention, tied 34th overall.
Affectionately known as Mhondoro, Vincent is now nine shots behind the leader and going into the third day, he just needs to repeat his second round performance and he will be back among the leaders.
The 29 year old has a knack of finishing strongly and he needs to summon all his skills for the third round this Saturday.
Elsewhere, rower Peter Purcell-Gilpin concluded his Olympic adventure as the 20th best rower in the world.
He ended semi-final D in second place this Friday which puts him on number 20 overall.
Meanwhile, sprinter Ngoni Makusha, who is competing in the 100m event which gets underway this Saturday believes he is ready to make the country proud.
“I am feeling very good, I am ready I have trained over a week here in Japan so I am ready and excited to see what tomorrow will be bring,” he said.
Makusha will compete in Heat One of the preliminary round where he is the highest ranked athlete.
The top three athletes in the heat will progress to the next round.

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