Rio 2016: Day #11

We have most certainly had a fantastic day so far as Team GB‘s Giles Scott, who was, on Sunday, guaranteed a Gold Medal for today has just won Gold in the Men’s Finn Class event at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games. What a fantastic way to start Day #11 off.

Simone Biles of the United States has won her fourth Olympic Gold medal in the Gymnastics event, while Team GB’s Amy Tinkler has come third in the gymnastics floor final, claiming Bronze.

It’s certainly a medal haul today and quite possibly a mass gold rush could happen, so it’s going to be interesting to see how things turn out over the next couple of hours.

Alistair Magowan (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “So how has four-time world champion Giles Scott won gold on his Olympic debut? Well, he missed out on London 2012 selection to Sir Ben Ainslie, who went on to win a third successive gold in the Finn. Scott was distraught to be overlooked but his watching brother Nick says the experience proved an inspirational one. “One thing’s for sure, that whole thing taught him how to win,” says Nick. “He’s left no stone unturned in order to find an edge, so thanks to Ben.”

Beth Tweddle: “It was fantastic from Nile Wilson. When Nile comes to these major championships he raises his game. He loves to perform in front of a big crowd. He loves to be in the spotlight.

Russia’s Natalia Ischenko & Svetlana Romashina have won Gold in the Women’s Synchronised Swimming event, with the duo getting a total score of 194.9910, which is a huge 15 points clear of second place.

Sir Chris Hoy (Six Time Olympic Cycling Champion for the BBC): “It has been amazing for the team. I expected them to do well but they have dominated in the same way they did in Bejing and London. There has almost been a waving of the white flag from the other teams. From day one chins have been hitting the floor.

Team GB’s Nile Wilson has won Bronze in the Men’s Horizontal Bar Event, USA’s Danell Leyva has claimed Silver after beating Nile Wilson just by 0.344, while Germany’s Fabian Hambüchen takes Gold.

Dan Keatings (British Gymnast for the BBC): “We have seven medals now and we never thought we would ever get anywhere near that. It shows how strong our team is across the board.

Anna Thompson (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “If you didn’t know you were in Brazil, you’d think this was Manchester or Lee Valley as the support for the British cyclists has been immense. It’s not really surprising seeing as Britain are top of the cycling medal table here and could equal the London 2012 tally of 12 with four more medals on the final night.  Becky James has a gentle spin after going 1-0 up in her sprint semi-final but Katy Marchant has work to do against former world sprint champion, Germany’s Kristina Vogel.

Sir Chris Hoy: “Laura Trott is a phenomenon. She is in absolute control of this omnium event. She is not a pure sprinter but has a good turn of speed. There are other riders who specialise in the faster stuff but Laura won’t lose too much ground here as long as it isn’t a disaster.

Chris Boardman: “It doesn’t look like there is anything that Laura Trott can’t do. She is in such good form.

Chris Boardman: “There was nothing Ligtlee could do. She has already got a gold medal but Becky James just rode away from her.

Sir Chris Hoy: “Katy Marchant has to use her speed in the next race. She has a greater top speed but Vogel is so smart and used all of her tactical nous in the first race.

Chris Boardman: “We have to remember Katy Marchant is just 23. This is her first Olympic Games. It has already been a success for her.

Chris Boardman: “Katy Marchant will have mixed emotions on this one but I think she can be proud of herself. She still has a very good chance of taking a bronze here.

Anna Thompson: “Jason Kenny was watching his fiancée Laura Trott in the flying lap and let out an “oooh” when she won the discipline to increase her lead in the omnium with only the points race left. They meet in the warm-up/down area and he flashes her a massive smile.

Aimee Lewis (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “For those who remember bumbags, or Knebworth, or Woodstock, or Dylan going electric, there was a time when no-one expected Britain to win seven Olympic gymnastics medals in the same century let alone the same Games. An incredible Rio 2016 for the squad, who have played their part in Britain’s rise up the medal table. Amy Tinkler’s bronze on the floor, the 16-year-old sharing the podium with greats such as Biles and Raisman, was an incredible feat.

Chris Boardman: “Kenny has just ridden away. That was a remarkable ride. They couldn’t stay with him.

Sir Chris Hoy: “That was a special ride from Jason Kenny. When he opened up the taps he smoked them. It was like he was on a different level to the other riders. He is playing to his strengths. He has a greater top speed than anyone and as long as he doesn’t get caught up in the battle he should be very good in the final.

Alistair Magowan: “Annalise Murphy’s mum, brother and sister are all in fine voice as she collects Ireland’s first sailing medal in 36 years. The light is fading in front of Sugar Loaf Mountain but after a nervous pause the 26-year-old steps onto the podium as the Laser Radial silver medallist and turns to face her family with a smile that lights up the stage. Her brother Fin was due to leave Rio today after yesterday’s medal race postponement, good job he managed to change his flights!

Sir Chris Hoy: “Laura Trott’s rivals going into this will have to do something incredible here. Laura is in a great position. But knowing Laura she won’t ride negatively, she will want to win this race.

Sir Chris Hoy: “Laura could go on for a long time. She could be around for another three or four games from now with a ridiculous amount of medals. There is definitely more to come.

Sir Chris Hoy: “There is always a risk Laura could crash but you learn how to crash without hurting yourself. It is not pleasant but even if she falls off there will be spare bikes and the race is neutralised.

Victoria Pendleton (Olympic Cycling Gold Medallist on BBC Radio 5 Live): “Laura is very vigilant, she will have an eye on everybody but to be honest it is going to be a bit of a procession to Laura  winning the gold medal.

Chris Boardman: “Unusual but very exciting tactics from Laura Trott here.

Anna Thompson: “Here’s a handy recap of how the omnium has been so far for Laura Trott. She’s been the epitome of consistency – either first or second in each of the five disciplines. Now just 100 laps of the track separate her from becoming the first British woman to win four Olympic golds. She has a large lead but after last night’s bottom-squeaker for Mark Cavendish in the men’s race, I’m not taking anything for granted in the craziness that is the points race!

Chris Boardman: “This is the worst case scenario for the podium placed riders behind Trott.

Victoria Pendleton: “Laura is an incredibly tenacious and gutsy rider. She is very strong willed and a real fighter.

Chris Boardman: “Over half of this race gone and Laura Trott is in a stronger position now than when she went into this final event.

Chris Boardman: “With so few laps to go Trott can afford to start riding more aggressively. We might see her taking part in a breakaway just for the fun of it. Her rivals would have to do something spectacular now, I think it would be all but impossible.

Alistair Magowan: “Minutes before Giles Scott stepped onto the podium to receive GB’s first sailing gold in Rio, Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark took an unassailable lead in the overall 470 women’s race after third place in their 10th race. Scott won gold before the final medal race, and the British pair, who won silver in London 2012, have now matched that dominance.

Team GB’s Laura Trott has won Gold in the Omnium Cycling Event.

Chris Boardman: “Laura Trott didn’t put a foot wrong in the entire race. She did everything that she needed to do, didn’t panic and the battle behind her played right into her hands. There was nothing anyone could do. We thought there would be a close fight but we didn’t see a trouncing like that coming.

Victoria Pendleton: “Laura Trott is incredibly tough and tenacious. She might look fragile but it is the complete opposite of what is going on inside. She always pushes herself to the absolute limit.

Steve Parry (Olympic Bronze Medal Swimmer on BBC Radio 5 Live): “The atmosphere here in the velodrome is amazing. So many Union Jacks around here – we could be in London such is the support for Laura. She was so dominant throughout this event and four gold medals – richly deserved.

Victoria Pendleton: “I don’t want to speak too soon but you’d like to think…Dame potentially? She has won more gold medals than we would have hoped to have achieved in a lifetime and she is still so young, she could have three, four more Olympics in her and it is scary to think what she could achieve beyond this. She is already Britain’s most successful female Olympian and she is only 24.

The Four Time Olympic Gold Medallist, Laura Trott: “I can’t believe it. I don’t want to cry. I did not expect that at all. I am so happy that it came together and can’t thank everyone at home that you don’t see enough. They really help me and I couldn’t have done it without everyone, especially Paul Manning my coach. He puts up with me on a daily basis and today I am literally over the moon. You think of people like Sir Chris Hoy who have come and done it time and again, to repeat my success I can’t explain I am so, so, happy.

Laura Trott’s GB Team Mate, Joanna Rowsell-Shand: “Laura has got a 100% record in the Olympics – she rode twice in London and two here in Rio and she has won all four. That must be a record in itself.

Chris Boardman: “We will wait to see what the judges say but I think Katy Marchant should be OK there.

Chris Boardman: “So, so, close. There was a bit of an elbow from Vogel that unsettled James. It was well ridden by Becky James. Vogel’s form is getting better and better.

Sir Chris Hoy: “It is no accident that we have all these medals. It is the team behind the team you see on the track. You can’t mention them all because there are so many involved. It is about everybody trying to do the best they can do to contribute to team’s success. Everybody wants to be world class in their role.

Alistair Magowan: “Giles Scott is a four-time world Finn champion, but have you heard much about him before? That’s not a slight in any way, the 29-year-old is a master sailor and well known by those with even a passing interest in the sport, but now he’s won gold on his Olympic debut could he break through to the wider consciousness? When I asked him if he feels appreciated in Britain, he replied: “I hope so. The Olympic Games is what our sport is all about and, as sailors, we know that winning gold earns a huge amount of respect, more so than a world championships. “To now say I’m in a position to have done that, it feels pretty special.” Laid-back, articulate, a physical force and the best at his sport in the world; you’ll be hearing a lot more about Giles Scott in the near future.

Sir Chris Hoy: “I don’t think there was a massive error from Becky James, Vogel just had the gas.

Joanna Rowsell-Shand: “It will be tough but Becky James needs to go away, refocus, look at the video and come back fighting.

Aimee Lewis: “A short hop from the Olympic Arena to the Aquatics Centre and we’re ready to watch Jack Laugher go for gold. Again. The Briton, already an Olympic champion of course,  somersaults, twists, and is awarded 81.60. Good. There are a few Union flags here so there is support for him, but the numbers are down on what has been here on previous nights.

Chris Boardman: “I can’t believe that Laura Trott can’t believe it because everyone else was believing it all the way through the competition.

Team GB’s Katy Marchant wins Bronze in the Women’s Sprint Cycling Event.

Chris Boardman: “What a delightful result for Katy Marchant.

Leon Taylor (Olympic Diving Silver Medallist): “You can put the champagne on ice. Do not open it yet, but make sure it’s chilled. Jack Laugher has turned up to this final.

Sir Chris Hoy: “Every single member of the track cycling team has a medal and that is quite incredible.

Becky James has won Silver in the Women’s Sprint Cycling event.

Chris Boardman: “It was well deserved for Vogel. She is so clever, saved a little extra for the last corner and the lunge on the line did it.

Sir Chris Hoy: “James and Marchant have pushed each other on. They’re rivals as well as teammates and you need that. They’re good friends but fierce competitors. Two medals in the women’s sprint, we weren’t expecting one. This is a bonus.

Sir Chris Hoy: “Jason Kenny is without doubt one of the greatest. The way he can deal with and rise to the pressure. He is stepping out of the shadows, he never gets the credit he deserves.

Aimee Lewis: “”They’re diving six times,” says a lady sitting next to me, sounding a little exacerbated by the thought of it. She continues to gobble her popcorn. Sometimes she misses her mouth. Jack Laugher bossing it at these early stages. The Briton’s second dive far superior to everyone other than China’s Yuan Cao.

Katy Marchant (Olympic Sprint Cycling Bronze Medallist): “I cannot believe it, I am so so happy that all the hard work, tears, sweat paid off and I couldn’t be happier. I think it shows how hard me and Becky have worked together as a team, to come back it is so surreal. I think I owe Toni Minichiello a massive thank you. To finish with a bronze medal I cannot believe it.

Leon Taylor: “Yes, get in! This is exactly what we wanted. Easy like Sunday morning for Jack Laugher.

Team GB’s Olympic Silver Medallist, Becky James: “I gave it my all. I really wanted to win so I’m disappointed. I felt so good but Kristina Vogel just had the legs on me. She has been an incredible rider and she deserved it. I didn’t expect to come here and win two silvers so I’m over the moon. I did hear her saddle go crack and it was a close finish. I thought I might just have won it to go to the decider. But I’m still so happy.

Laura Trott ahead of her fiancée, Jason Kenny’s Keirin Final: “I really hope Jason does it. He just said that he think he has got the legs but hopes he doesn’t mess it up – I hope he doesn’t mess it up! I wouldn’t say I enjoy it (watching Kenny). I am more stressed watching Jason than in my own race. I am not in control of it. You always know how you are feeling in your race but I have no idea how he is feeling.

Sir Chris Hoy: “I think Jason may try take it on early. If he is not at the front with two laps to go he will line it up and absolutely launch one. He could win it from the back, win it from the front. He just has to stay out of trouble.

Chris Boardman: “Kenny looked so strong like he was in a different race in the previous round.

Chris Boardman: “I don’t know who did that. We will have to wait.

Simon Brotherton (BBC Commentator in Rio de Janeiro): “You could cut the tension with a knife here now.

Sir Chris Hoy: “It is so frustrating. The rules are clear but it is always ambiguous when the pacer comes off the track.

Kazakhstan’s Adilbek Niyazymbetov has won Bronze in the men’s light heavyweight by a unanimous decision.

Chris Boardman: “The officials don’t want to see the final end in this way so that is why they are taking their time to get it right.There couldn’t be anymore tension here. I have never seen this before.

Sir Chris Hoy: “That would have been really shame for the race not to have a full field. It is the interpretation of the rules, it is not as clear cut as might see. That was the most nervous I have been.

Chris Boardman: “This has got to unsettle you.

Chris Boardman: “I have never seen this before. It is quite remarkable.

Richie Woodhall (Former World Champion): “Clearly a 10-8 round. Total domination from Joyce. If this isn’t a 10-8 round without a count I’ll be surprised. We have a saying at Team GB and we say “Go get em Joe!” It should’ve been but it wasn’t as all judges scored it 10-9.

Sir Chris Hoy: “I have never been involved in anything like this. It happens once in a blue moon.

Sir Chris Hoy: “This is playing into Jason Kenny’s hands. It is his strongest suit, dealing with serious pressure.

Chris Boardman: “It is embarrassing that they can’t enforce their own rules but they can’t penalise someone unless they are absolutely sure.

Leon Taylor: “Yes! Outstanding again. This is superb from jumping Jack. Jack is in the medals with a dive to go.

Aimee Lewis: “It’s interesting watching the divers as they await their turns. One has his headphones on and simply stares at the wall in front of him. Another is high-kicking, practising what looks like the Karate Kid’s crowning move. A phenomenal fifth dive from Britain’s Jack Laugher. It looks like a battle between him and China’s Yuan Cao for gold.

Team GB’s Jason Kenny has won Gold in the Keirin event.

Chris Boardman: “They threw everything at him but Kenny waited and he knew with more than half a lap to go he had that one won.

Chris Boardman: “Jason leaves it all out there on the track. Laura is doing all the emotion for them. He is looking thinking what is for tea?

Richie Woodhall: “We set a target of three medals at Team GB and now we have that with Joe Joyce on the podium joining Josh Buatsi and Nicola Adams. Let’s hope we can improve that target with a couple of golds. Fantastic stuff.

Sir Chris Hoy: “That was a test of character. You can do all the reps in the gym but it is character and it is just fantastic to see the smile on his face. It is a really special moment. When he came on the team before Beijing we knew he was special but I don’t think we realised how special he was going to be.

Six-Time Gold Medallist, Jason Kenny: “I turned up in a funny mood, I was happy, I don’t know what was wrong today. It felt like a dream. I was so tired I was floating through it. It was brilliant. It is pretty mental (matching Sir Chris Hoy). I was there in Bejing and knew it was special and as the years have gone by I appreciated how amazing he was then and to do same it is amazing. Not a bad trip.

Team GB’s Jack Laugher has won Silver in the Men’s 3m Springboard Swimming event.

Robson Conceicao of Brazil has won Gold in the Boxing Men’s Lightweight final.

Aimee Lewis: “High-fives, bear hugs, back slaps – it’s going to be quite a celebration for Britain’s diving team once their Games are over. Tom Daley jogs over to Jack Laugher to congratulate his team-mate. Two Olympic medals for the Briton. One just doesn’t seem enough for anyone in Team GB in Rio.

Lasha Talakhadze of Georgia has won Gold in the Men’s +105kg Weightlifting Event after lifting a combined total of 473kg.

Colin Jackson (Two-Time World 110M Hurdles Champion): “Hejnova, a world champion, knows what it takes to climb that rostrum. The final is going to be good, exciting and I think she might even go quite quick.”

Colin Jackson: “Ashley Spencer coming back to win is a massive shock. When someone makes a mistake like that you rarely see them come back because there is so much fatigue in your legs. But she managed it.

Team GB’s Eilidh Doyle on whether finishing in third place will be enough for her to reach the final: “I hope so, I really do. Obviously I would have liked to automatically qualify but I’m happy with how the race went. There were no errors, I gave everything. I just hope it is enough to get into the final. The tight finish shows that it is wide open this year. Although no-one has dominated, a lot of us are all close together. I gave it a good shot, so fingers crossed now.

Her opinion on Ashley Spencer’s stumble: “I was aware something happened behind but I just tried to focus on my own race and get to that line as soon as possible.

Team GB’s Eilidh Doyle’s reaction after qualifying for the Women’s 400m Hurdles Final: “That was close. I’m delighted to get into the final. I apologise to my coach, my husband and my family for putting them through that. Now that I’m in there, hopefully I can do something.

Denise Lewis (Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medallist): “Eilidh Doyle didn’t put a foot wrong, she took the barriers really well. It was smooth, relaxed and she’s made good ground. She really deserved to get through.

Steve Cram (BBC Athletics Commentator): “Dina Asher-Smith just might have overcooked the bend but that’s what she had to. She had to go out hard and she had no choice. There were some tired legs out there at 50m. It’s a difficult balancing act, if you get it perfect then you finish strong, if you go a tad too hard then that’s what happens.

Team GB’s Dina Asher-Smith after finishing fourth in her semi-final: “I’m not happy with that, I know I can do much better. My bend was good and I think it was good until 150m, then I got into a wrong body position and it is hard to correct and makes you slow down. I’m not sure if it will be enough to make the final but I’ll have to wait and see. It was a tough semi-final and when I saw the line-up written down I thought it was more like a final than semi-final.

Colin Jackson: “Jodie Williams was always going to be under pressure. She has struggled getting her fitness levels up and getting power work in. She will get healthy again, and will be back to her sprinting best soon enough.

Team GB’s Jodie Williams after finishing eighth in her semi-final: “I’m really disappointed with that – that’s not what I wanted to come out and do. But I feel so fortunate to even be here. My coach said to me before just remember ‘you’ve done it, you’ve accomplished what you wanted to accomplish, you’re at the Olympics’. Only 24 people every four years make the Olympic semi-final. In hindsight I’ll be OK with it. but right now I’m disappointed.

Canada’s Derek Drouin has won Gold in the Men’s High Jump Final. He is the only one over 2.38m and he has won Canada’s first high jump Gold in over 80 years.

Paula Radcliffe (Women’s Marathon World Record Holder): “Laura Muir will need to decide whether she gambles everything and goes to win the race from the start, or go for a medal which she know she can do, and try to win it from there. To lead from gun to tape is pretty much impossible in a 1500m race.

Brendan Foster (Olympic Medallist & BBC Athletics Commentator): “It is a field of champions. This is all about tactics. Somebody, maybe Laura Muir, has something in her mind about going out there and being brave with two laps to go.

Kenya’s Commonwealth & Olympic Champion, Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon has won Gold in the Women’s 1500m Final with a victorious finishing time of 4:08.92.

Steve Cram: “Poor Laura Muir. She went with it but these two – Kipyegon and Dibaba – are so good. They make you go so hard. Muir’s chance of a medal went with those two. She went for gold but gave up her chance of hanging around and picking up a medal.

Brendan Foster: “I thought Laura Muir ran exceptionally well. She did try to win it. Sometimes if you go for gold you come away with nothing at all.

China have won their 17th Gold in table tennis after thrashing Germany 3-0 in the Table Tennis final.

Team GB’s Laura Muir after coming seventh in the Women’s 1500m final: “I went for the win, it’s not every day you find yourself  in an Olympic final. I was in great shape but the last 150m was not quite in me. I gave everything and I’m proud with how I ran. I expected it to be slow start and then for Kipyegon and Dibaba to come round. I expected to have to react, I followed them round but I couldn’t hold on. It’s my first Olympics, I gave it everything.

Jamaica’s Omar McLeod has won Gold with ease as he has finished with an astounding and remarkable time of 13.05m.

Colin Jackson: “It is great to see Omar McLeod take the title. He has been in the shadows of Jamaican team-mate Hansle Parchment for so long. Now after all the injury problems Omar has had – for many years – it is nice to see him win. He blasted out of the blocks, backed off a little bit and then settled down quickly. There was no urgency with his hurdling, which is exactly what you need to do to win a major title. He got over the barriers nice and clean and won gold.

Michael Johnson (Four Time Olympic Gold Medallist in Athletics): “That was fantastic by Omar McLeod. There was a huge gap between him and the rest of the field.

Team GB’s Robbie Grabarz after coming fourth, narrowly just missing out on a second Olympic medal in the Men’s High Jump: “I made one fatal error at 2:25 and it cost me a medal. But I’m proud of finishing fourth at an Olympic Games, even though it is a punishing place to finish.

Following the controversy of his 2.33m jump, Team GB’s Robbie Grabarz adds on that: “It was a technicality. They held the white flag up which means it is the end of your go and the bar was cleared. The bar did then fell off, but technically they had given me the clearance. I explained the rules to them and they had to check and double check. It was stressful. They made a mistake.

Paula Radcliffe: “Down the back straight, you almost wanted to go out and give Laura Muir a push. She couldn’t keep going, she had burned so much of her pace trying to get to that point. She was hanging on and it is horrible because you can feel the other athletes coming past you. There is pain everywhere. You feel like you’re carrying a fridge down the home straight.

Here are the final medal table listings for Day #11:

Country
1

United States
28 28 28 84
2

Great Britain
19 19 12 50
3

China
17 15 19 51
4

Russia
12 12 14 38
5

Germany
11 8 7 26
6

Italy
8 9 6 23
7

Netherlands
8 3 3 14
8

France
7 11 11 29
9

Australia
7 8 9 24
10

Japan
7 4 18 29
11

South Korea
6 3 5 14
12

Hungary
6 3 4 13
13

Spain
4 1 2 7
14

New Zealand
3 6 1 10
15

Brazil
3 4 4 11
16

Kenya
3 3 0 6
17

Canada
3 2 9 14
18

Croatia
3 2 0 5
19

Jamaica
3 0 2 5
20

Kazakhstan
2 3 5 10
21

North Korea
2 3 2 7
22

Cuba
2 2 4 8
23

Poland
2 2 3 7
24

Colombia
2 2 0 4
25

Belgium
2 1 2 5
25

Switzerland
2 1 2 5
27

Greece
2 1 1 4
27

Thailand
2 1 1 4
29

Argentina
2 1 0 3
30

Uzbekistan
2 0 4 6
31

Iran
2 0 2 4
32

South Africa
1 5 1 7
33

Ukraine
1 4 2 7
34

Sweden
1 4 1 6
35

Denmark
1 3 5 9
36

Armenia
1 3 0 4
37

Belarus
1 2 2 5
38

Slovenia
1 2 1 4
39

Czech Republic
1 1 5 7
40

Ethiopia
1 1 3 5
40

Georgia
1 1 3 5
42

Romania
1 1 2 4
43

Bahrain
1 1 0 2
43

Slovakia
1 1 0 2
43

Vietnam
1 1 0 2
46

Chinese Taipei
1 0 2 3
47

Independent Olympic Athletes
1 0 1 2
48

Bahamas
1 0 0 1
48

Fiji
1 0 0 1
48

Kosovo
1 0 0 1
48

Puerto Rico
1 0 0 1
48

Singapore
1 0 0 1
48

Serbia
1 0 0 1
54

Azerbaijan
0 2 3 5
55

Turkey
0 2 1 3
56

Indonesia
0 2 0 2
56

Ireland
0 2 0 2
58

Lithuania
0 1 2 3
59

Malaysia
0 1 1 2
59

Mongolia
0 1 1 2
61

Algeria
0 1 0 1
61

Grenada
0 1 0 1
61

Philippines
0 1 0 1
61

Qatar
0 1 0 1
61

Venezuela
0 1 0 1
66

Norway
0 0 3 3
67

Egypt
0 0 2 2
67

Israel
0 0 2 2
69

Austria
0 0 1 1
69

Estonia
0 0 1 1
69

Kyrgyzstan
0 0 1 1
69

Morocco
0 0 1 1
69

Moldova
0 0 1 1
69

Portugal
0 0 1 1
69

Tunisia
0 0 1 1
69

United Arab Emirates
0 0 1 1

Afghanistan
0 0 0 0

Albania
0 0 0 0

American Samoa
0 0 0 0

Andorra
0 0 0 0

Angola
0 0 0 0

Antigua & Barbuda
0 0 0 0

Aruba
0 0 0 0

Bangladesh
0 0 0 0

Barbados
0 0 0 0

Belize
0 0 0 0

Benin
0 0 0 0

Bermuda
0 0 0 0

Bhutan
0 0 0 0

Bolivia
0 0 0 0

Bosnia & Herzegovina
0 0 0 0

Botswana
0 0 0 0

British Virgin Islands
0 0 0 0

Brunei
0 0 0 0

Bulgaria
0 0 0 0

Burkina Faso
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Burundi
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Cambodia
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Cameroon
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Cape Verde
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Cayman Islands
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Central African Republic
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Chad
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Chile
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Comoros
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Congo
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Cook Islands
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Costa Rica
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Côte d’Ivoire
0 0 0 0

Cyprus
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Djibouti
0 0 0 0

Dominica
0 0 0 0

Dominican Republic
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DR Congo
0 0 0 0

Ecuador
0 0 0 0

El Salvador
0 0 0 0

Equatorial Guinea
0 0 0 0

Eritrea
0 0 0 0

Finland
0 0 0 0

FYR Macedonia
0 0 0 0

Gabon
0 0 0 0

Gambia
0 0 0 0

Ghana
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Guam
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Guatemala
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Guinea
0 0 0 0

Guinea-Bissau
0 0 0 0

Guyana
0 0 0 0

Haiti
0 0 0 0

Honduras
0 0 0 0

Hong Kong, China
0 0 0 0

Iceland
0 0 0 0

India
0 0 0 0

Iraq
0 0 0 0

Jordan
0 0 0 0

Kiribati
0 0 0 0

Laos
0 0 0 0

Latvia
0 0 0 0

Lebanon
0 0 0 0

Lesotho
0 0 0 0

Liberia
0 0 0 0

Libya
0 0 0 0

Liechtenstein
0 0 0 0

Luxembourg
0 0 0 0

Madagascar
0 0 0 0

Malawi
0 0 0 0

Maldives
0 0 0 0

Mali
0 0 0 0

Malta
0 0 0 0

Marshall Islands
0 0 0 0

Mauritania
0 0 0 0

Mauritius
0 0 0 0

Mexico
0 0 0 0

Micronesia
0 0 0 0

Monaco
0 0 0 0

Montenegro
0 0 0 0

Mozambique
0 0 0 0

Myanmar
0 0 0 0

Namibia
0 0 0 0

Nauru
0 0 0 0

Nepal
0 0 0 0

Nicaragua
0 0 0 0

Niger
0 0 0 0

Nigeria
0 0 0 0

Oman
0 0 0 0

Pakistan
0 0 0 0

Palau
0 0 0 0

Palestine
0 0 0 0

Panama
0 0 0 0

Papua New Guinea
0 0 0 0

Paraguay
0 0 0 0

Peru
0 0 0 0

Refugee Olympic Athletes
0 0 0 0

Rwanda
0 0 0 0

Saint Kitts & Nevis
0 0 0 0

Saint Lucia
0 0 0 0

Samoa
0 0 0 0

San Marino
0 0 0 0

Sao Tome & Principe
0 0 0 0

Saudi Arabia
0 0 0 0

Senegal
0 0 0 0

Seychelles
0 0 0 0

Sierra Leone
0 0 0 0

Solomon Islands
0 0 0 0

Somalia
0 0 0 0

South Sudan
0 0 0 0

Sri Lanka
0 0 0 0

St Vincent & the Grenadines
0 0 0 0

Sudan
0 0 0 0

Suriname
0 0 0 0

Swaziland
0 0 0 0

Syria
0 0 0 0

Tajikistan
0 0 0 0

Tanzania
0 0 0 0

Timor-Leste
0 0 0 0

Togo
0 0 0 0

Tonga
0 0 0 0

Trinidad & Tobago
0 0 0 0

Turkmenistan
0 0 0 0

Tuvalu
0 0 0 0

Uganda
0 0 0 0

Uruguay
0 0 0 0

US Virgin Islands
0 0 0 0

Vanuatu
0 0 0 0

Yemen
0 0 0 0

Zambia
0 0 0 0

Zimbabwe
0 0 0 0

Day #11’s events have officially come to a close. Please make sure to check back soon for Day #12 of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Thanks to all of you for such a fantastic, positive and absolutely perfect tenth day and I hope and wish all of you a very positive, wonderful, joyful, happy, relaxing and lovely night.

Alex Smithson

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