developing through the night and drifting off the north sea, like last night and the night before. there is a cool front over us tomorrow, introducing fresh air from the north, from the north sea, in fact, the norwegian c. you can see that breeze along that coast. in that breeze along that coast. in that —— that will keep things cool and cloudy from eastern scotland along the east coast east anglia, so temperatures could only be 15 or 16 whereas, towards the west, with lighter winds and sunny skies, temperatures into the 20s. 23 could be the warm spot in cardiff. on friday, more of the same step various areas of cloud being pushed by the light breeze in this area of high pressure. temperatures are somewhat lower friday, particularly around western scotland, perhaps 20 or so. we were much that in london and cardiff at a saturday and sunday at a similar put up i'm going to go straight to bank holiday monday. the high pressure is still with us, so there is no change at all in the
forecast, and this is what i was talking about yesterday. lots of settled weather, with temperatures into the low 20s, and the thinking is, for tuesday, wednesday and perhaps thursday, high pressure will continue to bring fine weather. a reminder of our top story... britain says it will use every hour that's left to get people out of afghanistan after the us refuses to extend its airlift deadline beyond next tuesday. that's all from the bbc news at six, so it's goodbye from me. on bbc one, we nowjoin the bbc�*s news teams where you are. hello there. i'm olly foster. here's what's coming up for you on sportsday this evening. tokyo glory for sarah storey — she's made a golden start
to the paralympics. what a start for england at headingley, bowling india out in the third test and already building a first innings lead. after a whole summer of speculation, harry kane says he's staying at spurs. and coming up in sportsday as well... serena williams has pulled out of the us open. that's another blow for the final grand slam of the year, with the tournament already missing some of the top players. good evening. we've had the first day of competition at the paralympics. a solid start for the british team in tokyo with six medals. only one of them was gold,
but a what a win for dame sarah storey in the velodrome. she broke her own world record on the way to successfully defending her individual pursuit title and completing the first part of her quest to become the greatest british paralympian. patrick gearey reports. the seemingly never—ending story. dame sarah storey won her first paralympic medal in barcelona in 1992, and yet here she was breaking the c5 pursuit world record — her own world record — in qualifying, aged a3. so, to the final. on the right of your screen, storey�*s opponent, crystal lane—wright — a fellow brit from her saddle guaranteed the best seat in the house for another remarkable piece of storey glory. in the individual pursuit, it's all over if one cyclist catches the other. seven laps in, the great dame was approaching fast. and dame sarah storey catches crystal lane—wright! sarah storey�*s 15th gold medal won in her eighth games across two sports. ed achieved with her family several
thousand miles and several time zones away. thousand miles and several time zones away-— zones away. when she finished racin: , zones away. when she finished racing. that's _ zones away. when she finished racing, that's what _ zones away. when she finished racing, that's what hit - zones away. when she finished racing, that's what hit you. - racing, that's what hit you. literally the states are empty, soap racing in a pandemic has hard, but it is when you want to celebrate, you realise you don't have your friends and family here. yeah, as soon as i wake up, iwas like, "dad, what are you doing?" it was totally worth it. and i was screaming my head off for her! as soon as she came and got quite close to crystal, i knew she was going to win. quite close to crystal, that faith was well placed. quite close to crystal, and if sarah storey wins her other two events, she'll be officially britain's most successful paralympian. she is probably already the greatest. patrick gearey, bbc news. there are a couple more events for the family to follow over the next week. looking at some of the other british
success on day1 and also what we've got to look forward to tomorrow. from tokyo, here's our reporter rachel latham. to round up today's action in the swimming pool, seven athletes from paralympic gb qualify for the heats into the finals this evening and three of them won medals. let's start with tony sharp, 19—year—old making her paralympic debut, and she took the bronze medal. also making his paralympic debut is reese dunn. he went in the 100 or butterfly, did one better and took the silver medal. all eyes were there on the 200 metres freestyle. she led the race the hallway, it was not until the final five metres she was pipped by the chinese and she took the silver medal. looking ahead to tomorrow, let's stick at the swimming pool, will finally see ellie simmons in action. it is not just her going for great britain full toss also grace harvey and lacey summers newton will be going
in the 200 metres individual medley. everyone might think that ellie is down for gold, but actually maisie has been chasing allie's tail for a while now, so we will have to see you comes out on top. he will also be elizabeth marks from australia will be chasing them down. it is anybody positive mental tomorrow in that 200 metres individual medley. —— anybody�*s medal. moving onto the equestrian, sophie wells is competing for the first time at these games. she is helping to continue with her gold—medal street from rio and pick up another gold medal at these games, and in the velodrome, we will be seeing katina cox going to the first time. she is going to have tough competition from canada. can she pick up another gold medal here in tokyo? we will have to wait and see. rachel latham reporting there from tokyo. plenty to look forward to.
the first day of the the third test against india could not have gone any better for england. remember, they went one down in the series at lord's after a chastening defeat there last week but responded brilliantly today, bowling the tourists out for 78. and they've built a first innings lead, with both openers still in place. let's cross live to headingley and speak to our sports correspondentjoe wilson. joe, we did not see this happening, did we? joe, we did not see this happening, did we? ., , , ~' , joe, we did not see this happening, didwe? ., , , ~' , , did we? honestly i think this is windy moser— did we? honestly i think this is windy moser michael— did we? honestly i think this is windy moser michael days - did we? honestly i think this is windy moser michael days of l did we? honestly i think this is i windy moser michael days of test cricket i can remember, certainly in a long time. the hordes are leaving headingley into the yorkshire evening sunshine. just as you said, the context for this match is india full of confidence after that victory at lord's, then virat kohli goes and wins the toss for once. we will bat, everything seemed fine with him, and then 78 all out. let's start by running through some of the wickets. i might have to put my glasses onto jacket really happened, but james glasses onto jacket really happened, butjames anderson once again was really at the heart of it and the
start of it for england, taking the first three wickets to fall, including that of virat kohli, gone for seven, jos buttler taking the catch there. took five catches in the innings. anderson was supported by the other bowlers. ollie robinson, finished with figures of 2-16 robinson, finished with figures of 2—16 from his ten overs, and we saw him get rid of one. think back to what happened at lord's. it was a real tail and effort in the second innings that got india back into the match to win it. did not happen this time. one of those tail edges fail cheaply, dismissed by sam curran. sam kerr it also played his part, as he got two wickets in two balls —— sam curran. greg overton into the bowling line—up. baby doesn't have the express pace of mark would, but made his contribution with three wickets, including the final want to
call. 78 all out there india, and as you mentioned england, to bat with a new look partnership, and itjust goes from strength to strength. it really is remarkable, but when he did of this turnaround, because there were so many questions... —— when you think of this turnaround. the tactics, that fragile batching order as well, but they have all been answered in the space of three sessions. . ~ ,., ., ., sessions. yeah. i think so. to a lane sessions. yeah. i think so. to a large extent. — sessions. yeah. i think so. to a large extent, absolutely. - sessions. yeah. i think so. to a large extent, absolutely. i- sessions. yeah. i think so. to a| large extent, absolutely. ithink large extent, absolutely. i think one thing joe root admitted in the wake of that defeat at lord's, on that final day, certainly got carried away with an aggressive style of bowling. today england's building was focused on taking wickets. headingley is associated with real aerobic england victories
in the past. if you don't have much experience here, certainly in test match is... in terms of england's batching, this new look opening partnership, haseeb hameed does like to open the batting with rory burns. they batted with real patients but also took the chance to play their shots. there was one notable six from rory burns, lots of four too, so they kept the scoreboard ticking over, did not get stuck in what we have seen from england's top order in recent times. it is really early days but certain terms of that early partnership, an ongoing issue for england for severe we suggest they are —— dare we suggest they are a step closer to solving it. the -- dare we suggest they are a step closer to solving it.— closer to solving it. the first day ofthe closer to solving it. the first day of the third _ closer to solving it. the first day of the third test _ closer to solving it. the first day of the third test at _ of the third test at headingley. many things indeed.
the transfer window shuts in six days, but one of the sagas of the summer has been put to bed. harry kane says he's staying at spurs. even before the euros, he dropped some heavy hints that he wanted to join manchester city, city wanted him. then, when he seemingly turned up late for preseason training and was left out of the squad for the opening match against city — that spurs won — that looked to be it, a move would surely materialise. but after a cameo off the bench against wolves over the weekend, kane has put this out on his social media platforms... of course, the head coach nuno espirito santo was asked about this earlier this afternoon. great news. great news. fantastic news for everybody. since he rejoined us, he's been working, so
this is what we value. his actions in the training sessions have been great, so it's finished. harry's going to with us. he is an option for tomorrow. going to with us. he is an option fortomorrow. like going to with us. he is an option for tomorrow. like i said, fantastic news for everybody. the spurs head coach speaking ahead of tomorrow's europa conference league match against pacos de ferreira. let's get more on the kane stays story from the athletic�*s jack pitt—brooke, who has covered this extensively from the very start. hi there, jack. he was clearly agitating for a move. what has happened here? i agitating for a move. what has happened here?— agitating for a move. what has happened here? agitating for a move. what has ha ened here? ~ ., ., j, , happened here? i think today's news, which is harry — happened here? i think today's news, which is harry kane _ happened here? i think today's news, which is harry kane confirming - happened here? i think today's news, which is harry kane confirming he - which is harry kane confirming he will stay, was really the inevitable result of the balance of the situation about which was that there was never really an off will, i think, for this move to go through. clearly harry kane wants to go, but daniel levy always held the power because of harry kane's contract.
daniel levy was adamant everything would not be sold and city never quite wanted city —— kane enough to make leaving think otherwise. 1st -- kane enough to make leaving think otherwise. ' ~:: ., otherwise. 160 million was the im orted otherwise. 160 million was the imported asking _ otherwise. 160 million was the imported asking price, - otherwise. 160 million was the imported asking price, to - otherwise. 160 million was the imported asking price, to get i otherwise. 160 million was the - imported asking price, to get things moving in that direction. that narrows the option somewhat when you put a price like that big on some of the's had. i put a price like that big on some of the's had. ~ , ., , the's had. i think daniel levy was alwa s the's had. i think daniel levy was always very _ the's had. i think daniel levy was always very adamant _ the's had. i think daniel levy was always very adamant that - the's had. i think daniel levy was always very adamant that kane i the's had. i think daniel levy was - always very adamant that kane would only be sold for ludicrous price, if at all. and part of this was personal, that daniel d levy did not want to put trauma harry kane and is represented as the summer, part of it is also an analysis of the market. daniel levy believes that it will be easier to sell next summer, and a more buoyant market, more offers on the table for harry kane, so i think daniel levy was always very clear in his mind. and between
harry kane and manchester city, they could not manage to convince daniel levy otherwise. he could not manage to convince daniel levy otherwise-— levy otherwise. he pointedly says social media _ levy otherwise. he pointedly says social media channels _ levy otherwise. he pointedly says social media channels he - levy otherwise. he pointedly says social media channels he is - levy otherwise. he pointedly says| social media channels he is staying the summer. does this open things up injanuary? the next rancher window? that is very good question. == that is very good question. -- transfer that is very good question. —— transfer window. that is very good question. -- transfer window. i _ that is very good question. -- transfer window. i would - that is very good question. -- transfer window. i would be i transfer window. i would be surprised — transfer window. i would be surprised if _ transfer window. i would be surprised if harry _ transfer window. i would be surprised if harry kane - transfer window. i would be| surprised if harry kane goes transfer window. i would be i surprised if harry kane goes in january, sibley because the best players don't go in the january window, it is more for clubs that are desperate. i would not be surprised to see him back on the market next summer, especially if he has a good season for tottenham and maybe more so if tottenham don't get into the champions league or back into the champions league or back into the champions league or back into the rope a leak. the big question is going to be, of course, who is in for kane next summer? who gets mbappe, who gets erling haaland, who gets lewandowski? that will decide who makes kane the edicts priority in 2022. min will decide who makes kane the edicts priority in 2022.— edicts priority in 2022. will this sour his relationship _ edicts priority in 2022. will this
sour his relationship with - edicts priority in 2022. will this sour his relationship with spurs fans or the next few want to be forgotten? to fans or the next few want to be forgotten?— fans or the next few want to be foruotten? ., , ., , ~ forgotten? to be honest, i think football fans _ forgotten? to be honest, i think football fans are _ forgotten? to be honest, i think football fans are very _ forgotten? to be honest, i think football fans are very forgiving. | forgotten? to be honest, i think. football fans are very forgiving. we found this with liverpool fence and steven gerrard. players sometimes try to engender moves and it does not come off and it is all slightly embarrassing in the moment, but then it all gets forgiven and forgotten very quickly, so i think, certainly judging by the reactions from a spurs fans for harry kane last sunday and molineux, they will not be much of a... his name will be sung at white hart lane.- be much of a... his name will be sung at white hart lane. think you very much. — sung at white hart lane. think you very much. jack— sung at white hart lane. think you very much, jack pitt-brooke. - so spurs fans should be buoyed by the news. they are less happy across north london at the moment. arsenal have lost to brentford and chelsea so far this season and go to manchester city on sunday. but tonight, it's the league cup and a tough trip