Olympics Live Updates: Andre De Grasse of Canada Wins the Men’s 200 Meters

Current time in Tokyo: Aug. 4, 10:59 p.m.

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TOKYO — Andre De Grasse of Canada claimed his second medal of the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday, sprinting to gold in the males’s 200 meters in 19.62 seconds, a nationwide document.

He was adopted by three athletes from the United States: Kenny Bednarek received the silver (19.68) and Noah Lyles was third for the bronze (19.74). Erriyon Knighton, the 17-year-old highschool scholar from Tampa, Fla., was fourth.

De Grasse, 26, received bronze in the 100 meters this week. He is now a five-time Olympic medalist.





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Here’s what else occurred Wednesday night in Tokyo.

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Taking the torch from their countryman David Rudisha, Kenyans completed one-two in the males’s 800 meters. Emmanuel Korir received the gold in 1 minute 45.06 seconds, and Ferguson Rotich completed behind him for silver. Rudisha was the 2012 and 2016 Olympic champion in the occasion, and final raced competitively in 2017.Patryk Dobek of Poland completed third.

Clayton Murphy of the United States, the bronze medalist in 2016, completed ninth on Wednesday.

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With about 4 laps remaining in the girls’s 3,000-meter steeplechase, Courtney Frerichs determined to push the tempo. She was rewarded with a silver medal.

Frerichs, the American record-holder in the occasion and the silver medalist at the 2017 world championships, broke down in tears as she crossed the line in 9:04.79. Peruth Chemutai of Uganda received the gold, and Hyvin Kiyeng of Kenya completed in third.

Emma Coburn of the United States, the bronze medalist at the 2016 Olympics, was laboring when she tumbled after hurdling a barrier. She completed in 14th place however was later disqualified as a result of she had fallen inside the monitor.

Allyson Felix of the United States superior to Friday’s last, ending second in her warmth. Felix, competing in her fifth Olympic Games, wants yet one more medal for 10 in her profession, which might match her with Carl Lewis as the United States’ most adorned monitor and area Olympian. Now 35, Felix has mentioned that these are her last Olympics.

Sylvia Fowles and the United States had little trouble with Australia.
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Breanna Stewart scored 23 factors to steer the United States to a 79-55 rout of Australia in the girls’s basketball quarterfinals in Saitama, Japan, transferring one step nearer to the workforce’s seventh consecutive Olympic gold medal.

The Americans, who avenged a shocking loss to Australia pre-Olympic exhibition sport, will face Serbia, the reigning European champion, in the semifinals on Friday. Serbia beat China on Wednesday.

“I think our players had a look in their eyes that they didn’t want to go home,” U.S. Coach Dawn Staley mentioned.

The United States opened a 14-point lead after the first quarter, prolonged it to 21 factors by halftime, pushed it to 30 in the third quarter and by no means regarded again. Brittney Griner added 15 factors and eight rebounds and A’ja Wilson had 10 factors towards Australia, the world’s second-ranked workforce.

The United States ran its Olympic successful streak to 53 straight video games. This yr’s workforce leads the Olympic event in scoring, taking pictures proportion, rebounds, assists and blocks. But it could have been motivated extra by a 70-67 defeat against Australia in a warmup sport final month in Las Vegas.

“We didn’t talk much about it,” middle Sylvia Fowles mentioned. “We watched film yesterday before practice and pretty much that was the last of it. We try not to harp on it, what happened in Vegas, but I think everybody got the memo and we knew exactly what happened.”

The United States beat the Dominican Republic, 3-1, on Wednesday to advance to the semifinals.
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YOKOHAMA, Japan — Behind one of its oldest and one of its youngest gamers, the United States toppled the Dominican Republic, 3-1, on Wednesday to advance to the semifinals and protect its gold medal hopes.

Scott Kazmir, 37, who reached the main leagues this season after 5 years away, allowed simply two hits over 5 scoreless innings whereas putting out 5 batters.

An All-Star with the Tampa Bay Rays in his early 20s, Kazmir made a comeback this major-league season, showing in three video games with the San Francisco Giants. When he was let go by the Giants, Team U.S.A. pounced, and the unemployed Kazmir seized the alternative to pitch in the Olympics.

“I felt like I still had a lot in me, and I felt like the time off really did me well,” he mentioned.

First baseman Triston Casas, 21, a high prospect for the Boston Red Sox, smashed a two-run residence run in the first inning off Denyi Reyes, one other participant in the Red Sox farm system. It was Casas’s third residence run of the Olympics. Designated hitter Tyler Austin added a solo blast in the fifth inning.

On Thursday, the United States will face the loser of Wednesday’s matchup between South Korea and unbeaten Japan. Another win, and the United States will play for its first gold medal in baseball since 2000.

Despite the loss, the Dominican Republic superior to the bronze medal sport, the place it might declare its first Olympic medal in baseball.

Sydney McLaughlin broke her own world record in winning the women’s 400-meter hurdles on Wednesday.
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TOKYO — Sydney McLaughlin just lately mentioned that “iron sharpens iron” relating to her relationship with Dalilah Muhammad. They are the pre-eminent practitioners of their craft, the two quickest girls ever to run the 400-meter hurdles.

Few occasions have been extra extremely anticipated at the Tokyo Games than the renewal of their rivalry on Wednesday at Olympic Stadium.

It was secure to imagine that one thing extraordinary would occur, and McLaughlin delivered, breaking her personal world document to win her first Olympic gold.

McLaughlin, 21, completed in 51.46 seconds. Muhammad ran the quickest time of her life to take the silver medal in 51.58 seconds, and Femke Bol of the Netherlands was third.

There have been numerous high-profile chapters between McLaughlin and Muhammad. At the 2019 world championships, Muhammad dipped beneath her personal world document by 0.04 of a second to edge McLaughlin for the win at 52.16 seconds.

But at the U.S. Olympic trials in June, McLaughlin — so usually thought of the prodigy — met the outsize expectations that had shadowed her since she was an adolescent by breaking Muhammad’s world document with a time of 51.90 seconds. Muhammad, after coping with accidents and sickness throughout the pandemic, completed second at the trials.

Those two races, although, have been preludes to what performed out on Wednesday, the quickest girls’s 400-meter hurdles race in historical past — someday after Karsten Warholm of Norway had won gold with a time of 45.94 seconds in the quickest males’s 400-meter hurdles race in historical past.

Muhammad, 31, who had come to Tokyo as the reigning Olympic champion, went out arduous to take an early lead. But McLaughlin was gaining on her coming off the last flip and outsprinted her in the last meters.

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McLaughlin was an adolescent when she competed at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the place she fell brief of advancing to the last. It was a studying expertise, and he or she leaned on some of these classes in Tokyo. The Olympics weren’t new to her. She appeared completely unfazed by all of it.

She had spent the early half of the yr refining her approach by working the 100-meter hurdles at the behest of her coach, Bob Kersee. The concept, McLaughlin mentioned, was to “feel the rhythm of running faster.”

On Wednesday, she was the quickest in the world.





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Sakura Yosozumi of Japan won gold in the women's park skateboarding finals.
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TOKYO — The formidable workforce of skate boarders from Japan continued its stellar efficiency at the Olympics and on Wednesday took the gold and silver medals in the girls’s park competitors, ending the gold medal hopes of the 13-year-old Sky Brown.

Sakura Yosozumi, 19, received the occasion beneath the blistering noon solar at Ariake Urban Sports Park. Her successful rating of 60.09 put her some extent forward of the 12-year-old Kokona Hiraki.

Brown, who grew up in Japan, lives in California and competed for Britain, completed third to earn the bronze medal.

A victory by Hiraki or Brown would have made either one the youngest gold medalist in Olympics history. The official distinction stays with Marjorie Gestring, a diver who received at age 13 years 268 days at the 1936 Berlin Games.

Brown stumbled in her first two runs of the last however skated flawlessly on the pressure-packed third. She raised her arms in the air, climbed out of the bowl and knelt on the deck after which acquired hugs from her opponents.

The judges have been much less impressed and gave her a rating of 56.47.

Misugu Okamoto, 15 and a favourite for the gold medal, got here off the board on all of her last runs however nonetheless scored effectively sufficient to complete fourth.

The girls’s park self-discipline in skateboarding had the youngest set of youngsters (and one preteen) in the Olympics. One by one, they dropped into the concrete bowl and buzzed over its ramps and hips and up its partitions, flying up and over the lip to twist and switch and drop again in once more.

Runs lasted 45 seconds. Brown, Hiraki and Okamoto have been amongst those that stood out from the starting with larger airs, extra nuanced tips and bursts of velocity and confidence.

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Hiraki, who will flip 13 in about three weeks, was the second-youngest athlete amongst the 11,000 at these Olympics. She wore white Nike coveralls, like somebody about to go portray. (The youngest Olympian competing in Tokyo was Hend Zaza of Syria, a table-tennis participant.)

Brown turned 13 final month. The effervescent daughter of a British father and a Japanese mom, she grew up principally in Japan and now lives principally in Southern California.

“All three of them feel like home,” she mentioned.

She competed in dishevelled pants and a tank high that includes the Union Jack. She gained consideration in Britain by winning a juniors version of “Dancing With the Stars” in 2018. Her smile and her Instagram posts have earned her followers in at the very least three nations. She has a youthful brother named Ocean who has gained consideration, too.

She was severely injured final yr in an accident at Tony Hawk’s indoor skatepark when she flew by means of a gap between two high ramps, crashing at least 15 feet to the concrete. She was unconscious with a cranium fracture and broke a wrist and a hand.

She was again on a board a number of weeks later and seemed to be flying greater and skating more durable than ever at the Olympics.

“Falling is part of skateboarding,” she mentioned in an interview in May. “It’s part of life. I was honestly excited to get back on the board.”

Brown’s major rival at the Olympics was anticipated to be Okamoto, a quiet and straight-faced competitor, the finest park skater of the previous couple of years. She is an element of a deep Japanese contingent that has captured extra medals in skateboarding than some other nation — together with all three of the Olympic gold medals awarded so far.





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Sky Brown, a 13-year-old from Britain, during park skateboard qualifications.
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Kokona Hiraki of Japan, 12, and Sky Brown of Britain, 13, received the silver and bronze medals in the park skateboard competitors on Wednesday. Because they didn’t win, the failed to assert the title of youngest-ever Olympic gold medalist.

Not that we actually know who that’s.

The present accepted youngest gold medalist is Marjorie Gestring, a 13-year-old American diver who received the springboard competitors in 1936. Her document was threatened by Momiji Nishiya of Japan, a 13-year-old who received the avenue skateboard competitors final week. But Nishiya was about two months older than Gestring was at the time of her gold.

Either Hiraki or Brown would have damaged the document.

The youngest winner of any medal was Dimitrios Loundras, a Greek who at age 10 in 1896 received a bronze medal in workforce gymnastics.

But there’s one attainable twist to Gestring’s document.

At the Paris Games of 1900, a Dutch rowing pair recruited an area French boy to be their coxswain. After they received, and an image was taken, he disappeared into the crowd. Though a number of candidates have been put ahead, his identification has by no means been found and stays one of the best mysteries in Olympic historical past.

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The consensus is that he was 10 or youthful, however regardless of the avid curiosity of Olympics researchers for years, that merely isn’t recognized for positive.

The men’s sport climbing qualification round on Tuesday. Women’s qualifiers will be on Wednesday, broadcast on USA.
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Here are highlights of U.S. broadcast protection on Wednesday morning. All instances are Eastern.

DIVING The qualifying spherical in girls’s 10-meter platform diving airs reside at 2:30 a.m. on USA.

VOLLEYBALL In the girls’s quarterfinals, Serbia performs Italy at Four a.m. and Brazil takes on Russia at 8:30 a.m. Both matches might be carried reside on the NBC Sports Network (NBCSN).

TRACK AND FIELD The finals in the males’s 200 meters, during which Noah Lyles of the United States is the favourite, and the males’s 800 meters headline one other thrilling session on the monitor at Olympic Stadium. Live protection begins at 6 a.m. on NBC’s Peacock streaming service.

BASKETBALL Spain performs France in a girls’s quarterfinal sport, with the loser eradicated from medal competition. The sport airs reside at Eight a.m. on USA.

BEACH VOLLEYBALL Replays of males’s quarterfinal matches start at 10:15 a.m. on NBCSN.

SPORT CLIMBING The girls’s mixed competitors begins with qualifying rounds in velocity and different disciplines. Coverage is at 10 a.m. on USA.

Bao Shanju, left, and Zhong Tianshi wore pins bearing the silhouette of Mao Zedong during their medal ceremony on Monday.
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The International Olympic Committee mentioned it was investigating a possible breach of Olympic laws after two cyclists from China wore pins bearing the silhouette of Mao Zedong in a medal ceremony.

The small purple and gold pins — as soon as ubiquitous symbols representing Mao’s three-decade rule over China — have been hooked up to the monitor fits of the cyclists, Bao Shanju and Zhong Tianshi, once they obtained gold medals in the girls’s dash on Monday.

The cyclists’ badges are a possible violation of Rule 50 of the Olympic constitution, which bans “political, religious or racial propaganda” at Olympic venues.

In a information briefing on Wednesday, Mark Adams, an I.O.C. spokesman, mentioned that the committee had requested China’s Olympic delegation to submit a report explaining the incident, and that it had been promised a “full formal answer soon.”

“They have also assured us already that this will not happen again,” Mr. Adams mentioned.

Separately, the Korea Badminton Association mentioned on Wednesday that it had filed a grievance with the World Badminton Federation after a Chinese participant was captured on video swearing in a doubles match towards South Korean gamers.

The Chinese badminton participant, Chen Qingchen, repeatedly shouted what has been interpreted as a typical Chinese obscenity. She apologized, saying that she was merely celebrating factors scored and that she would alter her “bad pronunciation.” But she did not say what she had intended to shout.

The incident was broadly reported in South Korea — the place nationalists typically chafe at China’s assertions of energy — however lauded as a spirited and refreshing efficiency on Chinese social media.

The Chinese workforce ended up defeating the South Koreans.

Maria Alzigkouzi Kominea and Evangelia Papazoglou of Greece compete in synchronized swimming at the Tokyo Aquatics Center on Monday.
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The Greek synchronized swimming workforce has withdrawn from the Olympics as a result of 4 of its members examined constructive for the coronavirus, requiring the whole workforce to go away the athletes’ village in Tokyo.

The Hellenic Olympic Committee mentioned in a press release that “there will be no Greek representation” in the duet or group occasions in synchronized swimming. All members of the workforce have been transferred to a quarantine lodge, the committee mentioned.

Olympic organizers mentioned on Tuesday that one Greek swimmer had examined constructive, and on Wednesday three extra members of the workforce have been added to the record of athletes who had been discovered to be contaminated with the coronavirus. At least 327 folks linked to the Games have now examined constructive in Japan since July 1, together with 31 athletes, in keeping with Tokyo 2020 officers.

The information ended a topsy-turvy run for the Greek swimmers. A key member of the workforce, Evangelia Platanioti, examined constructive for the virus in late July and was regarded as out of the Games. But after a subsequent take a look at turned up destructive, she rushed to Tokyo and arrived on Sunday, only a day earlier than the preliminary spherical of the duet competitors in synchronized swimming, also referred to as inventive swimming.

She and her companion, Evangelia Papazoglou, tied for 10th place and superior. But they needed to withdraw earlier than the subsequent spherical on Tuesday night.

Tokyo organizers introduced a complete of 28 new circumstances amongst Olympics personnel on Wednesday, the highest day by day rely reported to date.

Elsewhere in Japan, virus circumstances are surging. The nation has recorded a mean of practically 10,000 new infections day by day over the previous week, the most since the begin of the pandemic, in keeping with New York Times data. The Japanese authorities said this week that it could start hospitalizing solely Covid-19 sufferers who have been significantly unwell or in danger of changing into so, leaving these with minor signs to isolate at residence with a purpose to scale back the pressure on hospitals.

Athletes who’ve examined constructive for the coronavirus

Scientists say that constructive assessments are expected with daily testing programs, even amongst the vaccinated. Some athletes who’ve examined constructive haven’t been publicly recognized, and a few who examined constructive have been later cleared to take part in the Games.

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Raven Saunders during her silver-medal-winning competition in Tokyo.
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On Sunday, Raven Saunders received a silver medal in the shot-put at the Tokyo Games. On Tuesday, NBC reported that her mom had died in Orlando, Fla., the place she had gone to attend an Olympic watch social gathering for her daughter.

Saunders known as her mom, Clarissa Saunders, her “number one guardian angel” in a message on Twitter.

Herbert Johnson, Raven Saunders’s longtime coach, confirmed her mother’s death in a Facebook put up. He mentioned that Clarissa Saunders and Raven’s sister, Tanzy, had gone from Charleston, S.C., the Saunders household’s hometown, to Orlando to look at Raven compete in the Olympics.

Raven Saunders didn’t disappoint. Sporting hair dyed inexperienced on the proper and purple on the left and a masks that was a nod both to the Joker or the Hulk (her nickname), she defeated all opponents however Gong Lijiao of China.

Saunders, 25, introduced consideration to her feat, dancing and singing “Celebration” afterward and later, on the medals podium, crossing her arms in the form of an X, a gesture she mentioned was “for oppressed people.”

“Not being there is a bummer,” Clarissa Saunders mentioned of not with the ability to be together with her daughter in Tokyo, The State, a newspaper in Columbia, S.C., reported. “But hey, we’re cheering from here … and she knows we’re here cheering for her.”

Saunders, who completed fifth in the shot-put in the 2016 Rio Games, has publicly praised her mom for her assist. In an Instagram post on Mother’s Day, Saunders mentioned of her mom: “You’ve shown me what strength is and for that I can push through anything. You’ve shown me relentlessness and for that I’ve learned determination.”

Mayor John Tecklenburg of Charleston known as Clarissa Saunders “Raven’s strongest supporter.”

“On behalf of the citizens of Charleston, we pray for Raven and her family, and join them in grieving this unimaginable loss,” Mr. Tecklenburg mentioned in a press release.

Tamyra Mensah-Stock became the second American woman to win a wrestling gold medal.
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CHIBA, Japan — Either means on Tuesday evening, Tamyra Mensah-Stock knew there can be a primary.

Since girls’s wrestling was added to the Summer Olympics in 2004, a Black lady had by no means received the high prize. But in the gentle heavyweight gold medal match at Makuhari Messe Hall, Mensah-Stock, a Texas native whose father got here to the United States from Ghana at 30, was going up towards Blessing Oborududu of Nigeria.

“Oooooh, it was awesome,” Mensah-Stock mentioned afterward together with her ordinary zeal and earnestness.

“Oh my gosh, look at us representing,” she added later. “And I’m like, if one of us wins, we’re making history. You’re making history, I’m making history, we’re making history. It’s fantastic. It meant a lot. I’m so proud of Blessing. I was looking at her, ‘Dang, she’s killing it.’ But I can kill it, too.”

And Mensah-Stock, 28, actually did, dominating her opponents all through the Tokyo Games and beating Oborududu, 32, by a rating of 4-1 to develop into the second American lady to win a wrestling gold medal after Helen Maroulis in 2016.

Asked about the feat after the match, she mentioned: “Young women are going to see themselves in a number of ways. And they’re going to look up there and go: ‘I can do that. I can see myself.’”

Then Mensah-Stock signaled towards her head, saying: “Look at this natural hair. Come on, man! I made sure I brought my puffballs out so they could know that you can do it, too.”

Serving as a logo to others has lengthy been on Mensah-Stock’s thoughts. Back residence in Katy, Texas, she began wrestling in 10th grade after she was bullied in monitor and area, her sport of selection. She reluctantly switched to wrestling at the behest of her twin sister, a wrestler, however quickly discovered that the sport not solely unlocked her athletic potential but additionally helped her develop confidence.

Mensah-Stock mentioned she wished different younger girls, maybe those that felt as she as soon as did, to see that “you can be silly, you can have fun, and you can be strong, you can be tough and you can be a wrestler.”

In her first yr wrestling, Mensah-Stock completed second in the state championships however knew extra was to return. She advised a good friend that they’d be Olympians someday. In 2016, she made it to the Rio Games, however solely as a follow companion for her teammates when she did not safe a spot in the competitors.

“From the very beginning, I knew I could get here,” she mentioned.

Although a Black lady hadn’t received an Olympic gold in wrestling earlier than, Mensah-Stock rattled off the names of Black wrestlers who had achieved a lot earlier than her. Among them: Toccara Montgomery, who completed seventh in the 2004 Games, and Randi Miller, who received a bronze medal in the 63-kilogram weight class in 2008.

“They paved the way for me, and I was like, ‘I know you guys could have done it, so I’m going out there and I’m going to accomplish this,’” Mensah-Stock mentioned.

Before the gold medal match, Mensah-Stock struggled to sleep as a result of of nerves. She mentioned her coach, Izzy Izboinikov, made positive she ate one thing. Watching different wrestlers from the United States compete earlier on Tuesday made her anxiousness worse.

“It wasn’t pretty,” she mentioned.

But after the clock ran out and Mensah-Stock was the winner, she shaped a coronary heart signal together with her arms and confirmed it to each side of the enviornment. The tv broadcast confirmed her household, watching from the United States, making the identical gesture in response. From the stands, her coaching companion Maya Nelson clapped and shouted with a lot glee that her masks couldn’t keep on.

The coronary heart signal, she later mentioned, was a tribute to her family members: her father who died in a automotive crash after leaving one of her highschool tournaments, a tragedy that almost led her to stop wrestling; her uncle, a former skilled boxer, who died of most cancers; her grandfather who additionally died of most cancers; a late good friend who was additionally a wrestler; her husband, her mom, her aunt, her sister and the whole nation.

“I’m trying to send love to everyone,” she mentioned.

Workers cleaned the balance beam before Tuesday’s event final.
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Here are some highlights of U.S. broadcast protection on Tuesday night. All instances are Eastern.

GOLF NBC Golf airs the first spherical of play in the girls’s event reside at 6:30 p.m.

TRACK AND FIELD Coverage begins at Eight p.m. on USA Network, with highlights together with a replay of the girls’s 200-meter and 800-meter races. The males’s 110-meter hurdles semifinals might be broadcast reside beginning at 10 p.m., and the extremely anticipated girls’s 400-meter hurdles last begins at 10:30 p.m. Heats for the decathlon, heptathlon and males’s javelin might be held.

WATER POLO The U.S. girls’s workforce faces Canada in a quarterfinal match that might be replayed on NBCSN at Eight p.m. The U.S. males play Spain in a quarterfinal sport at 2 a.m. on CNBC.

GYMNASTICS NBC will air replays of the males’s horizontal bar last and the girls’s beam last beginning at 9 p.m.

SOCCER The males’s groups from Mexico and Brazil face off in a semifinal sport replayed at 9 p.m. on NBCSN.

SKATEBOARDING The girls’s park competitors kicks off at 9 p.m. on CNBC, with the finals airing reside at 11:30 p.m.

WRESTLING Men compete in the spherical of 16 and quarterfinal matches for freestyle in the 57-kilogram and 86-kilogram weight courses. Women face off in the 57-kilogram class for freestyle. Coverage begins at 10 p.m. on the Olympic Channel.

BASKETBALL The N.B.A. famous person Kevin Durant leads the United States males’s workforce towards Spain, with Pau Gasol, at 10:45 p.m. on USA Network. The girls’s workforce, that includes Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi, performs Australia at 12:40 a.m. on USA Network in a reside broadcast.

BASEBALL The U.S. workforce faces the Dominican Republic in an elimination sport airing reside at 12:15 a.m. on CNBC.

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