The Dominican Republic will challenge the United States twice to the Olympics

Tonight, the Dominican Republic will face the United States twice in women’s baseball and volleyball in a bid to advance to the semi-finals of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

At 11 p.m. Dominican time, the Dominican baseball team will face the United States in the second round of the Olympic tournament to try to win their place in the semi-finals, where they will face the loser of the commitment between Japan and South Korea to pursue the move. to the gold medal.

Anyway, with Tuesday’s dawn game result, the Dominican Republic, at the least, ensured that it would fight for a bronze medal in baseball at the Olympics.

The primary bowler has yet to be decided, although coach Hector Borg announced after the 7-6 win over Israel that he could have a pitching committee to face the United States.

At midnight, the Caribbean Queens (2-3) face the women’s volleyball team in the Olympic tournament quarter-finals.

Queens won two consecutive games, including Japan (3-1), to earn her place in the quarter-finals with a fourth place in Group A. The United States finished undefeated in the first round, winning Group B.

A win over the United States would put the Caribbean Queens into the semi-finals, ensuring them to fight, at the very least, for the bronze medal in Tokyo 2020.

The Dominican Republic won three medals at Tokyo 2020, two silver and one bronze, to finish 58th at the Games, with a tie with Colombia.

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