Rio 2016: Day #12

Opening Day #12, Team GB‘s Mo Farah has made it through to the final of the 5,000m event. In the Sailing event, Clark and Mills’ bid to seal the women’ 470 gold has been delayed. Team GB’s Hull is in contention in the women’s tournament, while Brazil’s Neymar has scored, ultimately helping Brazil to reach the final.

So far, Day #12’s events have been really good and we currently stand in second place on the medal table with an overall 50 medals, while the United States currently have 86 medals. China are in third place with 52 medals. The United States have 28 Gold Medals, 30 Silver Medals and 28 Bronze Medals. Team GB have 19 Gold Medals, 19 Silver Medals and 12 Gold Medals, while China have 17 Gold Medals, 15 Silver Medals and 20 Bronze Medals.

Overall, Day #12 of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games has been really good so far. It will be interesting to see how Day #12 ends where today’s events are concerned.

Mel Clewlow (Ex-Team GB Hockey Player): “There is no reason for GB to do anything other than the simple game. They do all the strength and conditioning and running work for moments like this.

Mel Clewlow: “With GB currently two players down, they really are going to have to try and keep the ball and play simple.

Mel Clewlow: “You can’t help but feel this is the opportunity for the Black Sticks. If they are going to get back into this game it will be while the GB squad is down two players.”

Mel Clewlow: “Merry has all the time in the world to take a touch. There was no need for her to have a swing with her back to goal.”

The Olympic Hockey Gold Medallist, David Faulkner, on BBC Radio 5 Live: “GB rode that quarter – they lost two players through injury. I am disappointed by how New Zealand are playing, but that might be down to GB stopping them playing.

Simon Mason (Ex-Team GB Olympic Hockey Player): “You look how deep GB are being forced by NZ. The Black Sticks are drawing GB side to side. You would normally change players every six or seven minutes because of the intensity, take two players out it has an impact on this physicality. As this goes on it depends if GB are going to be able to maintain that physicality.

Luke Reddy (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “To the right New Zealand fans. “Ole, ole, ole, ole, Kiwis, Kiwis” To the left Great Britain fans. “Let’s go GB let’s go.”Cracking vibe here and it all wraps around a tense atmosphere brought about by how close this is. Great Britain dug in late in that third quarter, I saw Laura Unsworth taking gulps of air. These women are running hard, giving it everything.

Mel Clewlow: “Brilliant from Richardson-Walsh. I am hoping this is cramp and nothing else.

Mel Clewlow: “Even at 2-0 the girls know they have a big 11 minutes to go.

Sara Orchard (BBC Radio 5 Live Hockey Commentator): “There’s more drama in this hockey match than in an EastEnders Christmas special!

Sara Orchard: “Amazing scenes here. That is quite the lead and New Zealand will have to do something extra special to dig themselves out of this hole.

Mel Clewlow: “You can see the hunger in the Great Britain eyes. They can sense there are more goals in this match.

David Faulkner: “New Zealand look like a shadow of the team we have seen in this tournament but full credit to the GB girls. They have taken this game by the scruff of the neck and really imposed themselves on New Zealand.

Mel Clewlow: “It has been a terrific fourth quarter for Britain.

Luke Reddy: “Sam Quek’s boyfriend is going to need a darkened room after this display. He has led the chorus and when those penalties were converted, those around him lost their minds. What a superb display. Team GB have scored, sat and soaked up and then hurt their opponents on the break late on. As has been the case throughout this tournament, from the crowd to each and every player they have given it everything. Medals. We are chasing medals.

Luke Reddy: ““GB’s on fire, New Zealand are terrified.” Or “It’s coming home, it’s coming home, it’s coming, hockey’s coming home.” Which do you prefer? Both are on offer.

Mel Clewlow: “Every time Britain get the ball they are just going to play for territory. Three goals in two minutes is a big ask for New Zealand.

Team GB’s Women won the semi-final in hockey. Team GB’s women will play for gold tomorrow.

Mel Clewlow: “It has been outstanding throughout the tournament from Great Britain. They are the only team who are seven wins from seven and the dream is to be eight from eight.

Mel Clewlow: “Incredible. I am so pleased and proud of everyone out there. It has got me.

David Faulkner: “I am speechless. You could see the sense of realisation on the girls’ faces. Olympic finals do not come along like buses. They have earned their place in the final and everyone in the country should be proud of what they have done.

Simon Mason: “There are times when words can’t describe the emotion. They were magnificent. It wasn’t pretty at times but GB rode it and made it look easy in defence. They countered with authority. It is momentous, monumental.

Simon Mason: “It is about a 31 person group. They have developed a gold medal mentality. Every breath they have taken is about the next game. They want nothing other than to take home gold. It has been incredible to watch.

Simon Mason: “This changes the face of hockey, genuinely. You can talk the right things but these girls have delivered. To come on the Olympic stage and turn it on the way they have, with injuries, the strength, resilience, athleticism, maturity through this squad has been a delight to watch.

Team GB’s head coach, Danny Kerry: “What can I say? Seven games out of seven, not too shabby. The girls executed the game plan superbly today. I am very, very proud of them all.

Team GB’s Captain, Kate Richardson Walsh: “I am exhausted to be honest. I am really proud. We stuck to task and have done our job. We were so resilient. We had to defend like our lives depend on it at times. I’m proud of all the players. What you saw today was the ultimate squad performance. Everyone to a woman did their job and stood up today.

Team GB’s Goalscorer, Helen Richardson-Walsh: “We didn’t feel nervous, we were confident. They got chances but were never scoring and we were thinking that it was going to be our night. We were able to get a stroke and able to score this time.

Luke Reddy: “From missing the opening ceremony for fear of standing up too long to imposing their own social media ban for the Games, this Great Britain side are focused to the core. That was evident as they soaked up pressure and took their chances expertly against a side higher in the global rankings. If rigid focus isn’t enough to win gold, consider momentum. Along with a 100% record on the field, off the field Team GB’s army of friends and family get louder and louder. You get the sense something special is happening. Team GB were flawless against New Zealand. Netherlands are the side everyone feared. Hitting an even higher level will be a necessity.

Japan’s Kaori Icho has won Gold in the Women’s Freestyle Wrestling Event.

Tom Fordyce (Chief Sports Writer in Rio de Janeiro): “Hot and humid in the Estadio Olimpico, a big yellow moon overhead, smoky with the occasional drifting cloud. A skinny crowd thus far despite the presence later on, in the 200m semis, of The Bolter himself. Let’s give it time.

Japan’s Sara Dosho has won Gold in the Women’s -69kg Freestyle Wrestling Event.

Steve Cram (BBC Athletics Commentator): “Kenya’s Ezekiel Kemboi has been disqualified from the men’s steeplechase for putting one foot off the track during the race earlier today. He had won bronze, but they now is awarded to Mahiedine Mekhissi of France. We are astonished at that decision, given the fact that Ezekiel Kemboi was so far ahead. It is one foot and that means he is now disqualified – it is a pretty harsh decision.

Tom Fordyce: “Tiffany Porter distraught with that performance. She is sitting alone on the steps to the interview zone, spikes off, head hung low, berating herself for what she feels she failed to do.

Denise Lewis (Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medallist): “It hasn’t been a vintage year for Tiffany, but I still would have expected her to get through. She will be bitterly, bitterly disappointed with that performance. It is just the way hurdles goes sometimes.

Colin Jackson (Two Time World 110m Hurdles Champion): “Jasmine Camacho-Quinn was rolling, but she is devastated. She catches the trail leg and then it’s all over. Once you have all your force going that way there is not much you can do. Devastated for her.

Steve Cram: “Jasmine was pushing all the way there, maybe that is why she hit the hurdle. She is 19, she’ll have more opportunities but she was right there in amongst it.

Steve Cram: “Tiffany is through to the final and so is her sister. All is well and right in the world.

Darren Campbell (Former British Sprinter on BBC Radio 5 Live): “Tiffany said that she wanted her sister to finish in the top two and nobody else to go faster… she got her wish. From what we’ve witnessed tonight there are medals out there because people are feeling the pressure, they’re hitting hurdles and destroying their chances.

Cindy Ofili after qualifying for the Women’s 100m Hurdles final: “It happened so fast. I didn’t have the best of starts but I am excited for the final. It is amazing that Tiffany is also through with me, I can’t put it into words.

Michael Johnson (Four Time Olympic Gold Medallist in Athletics): “Jazmin Sawyers looks like a gymnast, she is short and has the broad shoulders. Hopefully she can pull it out today and do something good.

Tom Fordyce: “The entire Russian athletics team is now in action on the far side of the stadium. That’s right – Darya Klishina, controversial long-jumper, the sole representative of the once-great track and field powerhouse given clearance – albeit late and belatedly – at these Rio Olympics.

Colin Jackson: “I’m going for Elaine Thompson to take the gold medal, second Tori Bowie, then a certain Flying Dutchwoman to take bronze. That’s Dafne Schippers, by the way…

Michael Johnson: “I think so. I am not sure why that might be in the distance races but the quickness of the track causes all sorts of problems for hurdlers. That could be what’s going on.

Tom Fordyce: “Atmosphere building through the 200m semi-finals. Usain Bolt in the second of the three, off at 0208 BST.

Colin Jackson: “Danny Talbot is in that third position, a great run from him. He did what was necessary. He challenged Christophe, worked hard around the turn and was not intimidated by anyone.

Steve Cram: “Woooah, Christophe, where did you get that from? Really, really good from the Frenchman. A big run.

Darren Campbell: “Danny Talbot had a fantastic start and was probably just slightly ahead of LaShawn Merritt as they came off the bend, but Merritt used that 400m and Lemaitre was really travelling. But all you can do is perform at your best, Danny came third, he’s in the fastest qualifier position, people can get tight and tense, this is the Olympic Games.

Danny Talbot: “Just like last year going to Beijing I ran a PB. Hopefully it will be enough to get into the final, but we will have to see. To be honest I think I had a really good start but then almost relaxed too much round the bend. I was too cautious and maybe should have gone harder. Every athlete thinks they have more in the locker, hopefully that is true for me.

Michael Johnson: “We have seen it where Usain Bolt has been a little more serious. I was wondering how his approach would be to this, he wasn’t too thrilled with that 100m time so maybe he has taken a different approach to this one.

Colin Jackson: “So close to that magical 20 second mark so Adam Gemili has an excellent chance of holding on.

Darren Campbell: “Usain Bolt really played with the field. As he entered the straight he opened up his stride and maybe got up to about gear three.

Tom Fordyce: “Adam Gemili shaking his head after that, but with 20.08 secs behind the blistering Bolt he may still make it through. Fighting it hard through the last 30m as the pressure came on, perversely making running fast that much harder.

Michael Johnson: “Adam Gemili got really tight at the end, the shoulders up high and that makes it really tough. An interesting run by Usain Bolt, he got out fast and quick and let off a bit. De Grasse decided he was going to have a bit of fun and go and get him.

Adam Gemili: “I hope I am through. I am disappointed with that run. It is a good time, but I know I am better than that. I did not run my own race but 20.08 might make the final and if it is I’ll get it right tomorrow. I gave it my best shot.

Darren Campbell: “I don’t think Usain realised that De Grasse was there until the last moment, so that finger shake was like “na, na, na, na, not today.

Usain Bolt: “Andre was supposed to slow down! He didn’t. I said what are you doing it is the semis?! He said he had to push me, so whatever. I was a bit lazy, I don’t know why today, but I executed it. I was watching the 100m and when I crossed the line Steve Cram said I am immortal now. I love that.

Colin Jackson: “It was an exciting semi-final wasn’t it? That is what we like to see. A race with big names, competitive and someone you might not expect just sneaks through. Justin Gatlin was working hard and tried to stick with him. Yohan Blake also struggling. Wow.

Darren Campbell: “Well, well ,well, who would have thought that? But you know what, at the age of 34 the hands of time pass over you and the strength and performances that you had pass over you. I think we’ve seen the start of that today.

Tom Fordyce: “So both Gatlin and Blake out. And Brittney Reese, red-hot favourite for long jump gold, looking like she will have to settle for silver too. A night of shocks in this sticky stadium.

Michael Johnson: “Gatlin made a bit of a mistake. He relaxed. He didn’t realise the others were upon him and then he tried to get back into it but you can’t do that with the class of this field. That was a huge mistake and he will know it. A very strange race. Yohan Blake had so much time off and is not able to run under 20 seconds and probably ran far too fast for the type of shape and condition he is in. He hasn’t had the training yet that can sustain that type of speed.

Usain Bolt has won his second 200m semi.

China have won Gold in the Men’s Table Tennis Team final.

Tianna Bartoletta of the United States has won Gold in the Women’s Long Jump event, with a finishing jump of 7.17m.

Michael Johnson: “Dafne Schippers has been very consistent this year. She has not run as fast as she did last year but this is what she has been targeting, no doubt about that. It is going to be a tough race, very tight. Dafne will probably not be leading at the beginning but she can do the Usain Bolt type of thing towards the end. He really starts to come through and she can do that over 200m.

Michael Johnson: “Schippers is the class of the field and Dina is going to have to run that personal best that she got last year of 22:07 to even get close.

Alistair Magowan (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “The empty seats inside the stadium are probably explained by the large queues outside, with people deciding to arrive midway through the bronze medal match, saving themselves for the main event ahead which starts at midnight, local time. Having been to a couple of beach volleyball matches already, the atmosphere resembles an outdoor nightclub and Brazilians know how to get behind their team. And it takes a serious amount of energy.

Denise Lewis (Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medallist): “It is a big, big night for Dafne and Holland. They will have stayed up to watch this because she is the poster girl and they believe she has a realistic chance of a title here. She is ready and I really do think she will be tough to beat.

Elaine Thompson has won Gold in the Women’s 200m event.

Colin Jackson: “It was a great race. It was exactly what you want an Olympic final to be. Look at Elaine Thompson, still on the floor. I guess it is all still sinking in – she is now a double Olympic champion.

Tom Fordyce: “Fabulous fifth from Dina Asher-Smith, 20 years old and in her first Olympic final. Schippers devastated in defeat, lying spreadeagled on the track.

Michael Johnson: “Elaine Thompson never focused on the competition, just her own race. Very efficient but ultimately there was never ever any competition for Elaine. Dina ran very well knowing she would not be able to compete with the medallists, she just ran her race. She was running for time and she just let the race come to her. I am very impressed with that. It was a good race by her and will certainly give her confidence for the future.

Justin Gatlin and Yohan Blake have failed to make the Men’s 200m final.

Dina Asher-Smith: “I am really happy, especially after a shaky qualification. I think I still could have done a bit better but I can’t be disappointed with that. It is a learning curve and hopefully I’ll have more world championships and Olympics to get it right. I am just happy to be here, healthy and running close to my PB.

Colin Jackson: “Cindy and Tiffany just need to run their own race and keep calm. Something will happen so if they can keep calm and in the frame, you never know what could happen.

Brianna Rollins of the United States has won Gold in the Women’s 100m Hurdles event with a finishing time of 12.48, while Nia Ali comes second with a finishing time of 12.59 and Kristi Castlin coming third in 12.61 seconds.

Colin Jackson: “The reaction here in the commentary box was very different to that on the track when the result came through. A great result for the Americans, they were very dominant. A great race by Cindy, to be the first of the Europeans is very good indeed. It was a proper battle.

Double Olympic Champion, Elaine Thompson: “It is very special and welcoming feel for me. Watching Veronica Campbell Brown, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and then putting my name there is an amazing feeling. I think my light has shined.

Alistair Magowan: “The United States pair of Kerri-Walsh Jennings (six foot of sunshine) and April ‘the boss’ Ross might have lost their semi-final to Brazilian duo Agatha Bednarczuk and Barbara Seixes de Freites, and be trailing here after the first set, but they’ve just pulled back the second against Larissa Franca and Talita Rocha here to make it 1-1. That was Walsh-Jennings’ first ever Olympic defeat to miss out on a fourth consecutive gold so, in front of a partisan crowd, she ain’t going down without a fight.

Cindy Ofili after coming fourth: “I came out here to try and get a medal for GB. It was a great race. I can only be happy with this performance. I have had an off-and-on year so I am just happy to almost get a medal.

Tiffany Porter after coming seventh: “I did my best. It has been a very difficult year for me but to be honest I am very proud of myself and tremendously proud of my sister. I want to see myself succeed but I want to see my sister succeed as well.

Michael Johnson: “The US is so strong at women’s 100m hurdles and has been for a number of years. It was great to see them come through.

Alistair Magowan: “Kerri-Walsh Jennings adds a bronze medal to her three golds and has still only lost one match at the Olympics as the 38-year old and partner April Ross dominate the third set to win 2-1. The pockets of US fans come alive in a heavily Brazilian crowd, and Walsh-Jennings high fives everyone within touching distance. Brazil still have their final against German pair Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst to come. Can they win gold for the first time since 1996?

Usain Bolt is aiming to go for the 200m record in tonight’s final, he said: “I definitely think I can try for the world record, I definitely feel that. I need to run efficiently and get into the straight and run the perfect race. If I can run a little more efficiently on the turns. I will be hoping for lane six or seven maybe to be able to run as smooth as I can.

Denise Lewis: “I think Justin Gatlin did not pay enough respect to the other guys in the field. We have seen him blast out of the blocks and he didn’t do that.

Michael Johnson: “Will we see Justin Gatlin at another championship? I think we will see him in London next year.

Jazmin Sawyer’s, who finished eighth in the Long Jump Final: “I am disappointed. I usually thrive in these environments but it did not happen tonight. It was a solid performance but I feel I am capable of more than that. I am a bit gutted but really proud of myself. I have years, I am 22. I don’t feel this is the end for me.

Here are the final medal table listings for Day #12:

Country
1

United States
30 32 31 93
2

Great Britain
19 19 12 50
3

China
19 15 20 54
4

Russia
12 14 15 41
5

Germany
12 8 9 29
6

Japan
10 5 18 33
7

France
8 11 12 31
8

Italy
8 9 6 23
9

Netherlands
8 4 3 15
10

Australia
7 8 9 24
11

South Korea
7 3 6 16
12

Hungary
6 3 4 13
13

Kenya
4 3 0 7
14

Spain
4 1 2 7
15

Jamaica
4 0 2 6
16

New Zealand
3 6 1 10
17

Brazil
3 5 4 12
18

Kazakhstan
3 3 6 12
19

Canada
3 2 9 14
20

Croatia
3 2 0 5
21

North Korea
2 3 2 7
22

Cuba
2 2 4 8
23

Poland
2 2 3 7
24

Thailand
2 2 2 6
25

Colombia
2 2 0 4
26

Uzbekistan
2 1 4 7
27

Belgium
2 1 2 5
27

Switzerland
2 1 2 5
29

Greece
2 1 1 4
30

Argentina
2 1 0 3
31

Iran
2 0 2 4
32

South Africa
1 5 1 7
33

Sweden
1 4 2 7
33

Ukraine
1 4 2 7
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

Indonesia
1 2 0 3
40

Czech Republic
1 1 5 7
41

Ethiopia
1 1 3 5
41

Georgia
1 1 3 5
43

Romania
1 1 2 4
44

Serbia
1 1 1 3
45

Bahrain
1 1 0 2
45

Slovakia
1 1 0 2
45

Vietnam
1 1 0 2
48

Chinese Taipei
1 0 2 3
49

Independent Olympic Athletes
1 0 1 2
50

Bahamas
1 0 0 1
50

Fiji
1 0 0 1
50

Kosovo
1 0 0 1
50

Puerto Rico
1 0 0 1
50

Singapore
1 0 0 1
55

Azerbaijan
0 3 4 7
56

Malaysia
0 2 1 3
56

Turkey
0 2 1 3
58

Ireland
0 2 0 2
59

Lithuania
0 1 2 3
60

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
67

Tunisia
0 0 2 2
70

Austria
0 0 1 1
70

Bulgaria
0 0 1 1
70

Dominican Republic
0 0 1 1
70

Estonia
0 0 1 1
70

Finland
0 0 1 1
70

India
0 0 1 1
70

Kyrgyzstan
0 0 1 1
70

Morocco
0 0 1 1
70

Moldova
0 0 1 1
70

Portugal
0 0 1 1
70

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

Burkina Faso
0 0 0 0

Burundi
0 0 0 0

Cambodia
0 0 0 0

Cameroon
0 0 0 0

Cape Verde
0 0 0 0

Cayman Islands
0 0 0 0

Central African Republic
0 0 0 0

Chad
0 0 0 0

Chile
0 0 0 0

Comoros
0 0 0 0

Congo
0 0 0 0

Cook Islands
0 0 0 0

Costa Rica
0 0 0 0

Côte d’Ivoire
0 0 0 0

Cyprus
0 0 0 0

Djibouti
0 0 0 0

Dominica
0 0 0 0

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

FYR Macedonia
0 0 0 0

Gabon
0 0 0 0

Gambia
0 0 0 0

Ghana
0 0 0 0

Guam
0 0 0 0

Guatemala
0 0 0 0

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

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 #12’s events have officially come to a close. Please make sure to check back soon for Day #13 of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Thanks to all of you for a great twelfth day and I hope and wish all of you a good night.

Alex Smithson

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