BRYONY Shaw is already eyeing the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after finishing ninth in the RS:X women’s windsurfing standings.

The 33-year-old, from Oxford, went into Sunday’s medal race in Rio, where double points were on offer, with the faintest of hopes of breaking into the top three.

She came sixth, in keeping with her consistent second half of the regatta, but had left herself too much work to do after the first six races.

“I felt unfulfilled after (seventh in) London and I feel unfulfilled here,” she said.

“Any time you don’t medal or feel you have underperformed, it’s tough to take.”

The former Cheney School pupil added: “There was disbelief after day one, and I’ve ground my way back from a tough mental place.

“I feel amazed that I haven’t really performed to my best.

“But it’s all in hindsight and you learn from it. Hopefully I’ll come back stronger for the next one.”

Meanwhile, Angela Hannah had to settle for a place in today’s B final of the K2 500m sprint kayak.

The Banbury & District Canoe Club member and partner Lani Belcher finished seventh in their semi-final.