Tatjana Schoenmaker wins a silver medal in Tokyo

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South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker has won a silver medal at the Olympics.

Schoenmaker finished second in the 100 breaststroke final, edged out by American teenager Lydia Jacoby, with another American, Lyly King, taking the bronze.

Chad le Clos is also a medal contender, after winning his semi-final of the 200 butterfly, and qualifying third fastest.

Le Clos scraped into the semi’s as the slowest qualifier.

Bianca Buitendag is also still in the running for a medal.

She is currently surfing in the semi-finals, against American Caroline Marks.

The rugby sevens team are also doing well, having beaten the United States 17-12 in their final pool game on Tuesday morning.

They will play Argentina in the quarter finals at 11:30.