The Team GB men's hockey team, with the RAF's Liam Sanford, are out of the Olympics, having lost their quarter-final to India.
The side came back from 2-0 down to score a goal early in the fourth quarter but were beaten 3-1.
They bow out of the tournament with wins against South Africa and Canada and draws with the Netherlands and Belgium in the pool stage.
Ahead of the side's first match, Senior Aircraftman Sanford compared the Olympic Village to military accommodation as he gave Forces News his insight into the Team GB camp.
Cover image: The RAF's Liam Sanford in action for Team GB against Canada at the Tokyo Olympics (Picture: REUTERS Alamy Stock Photo).