Rio 2016: Day #13

Kicking off Day #13 to a great start, Team GB‘s Alistair Brownlee has won Gold, ultimately defending his Olympic triathlon title, while his brother, Jonathan Brownlee has won Silver. Team GB’s Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark have won the women’s 470 Sailing event, ultimately bringing Team GB’s Gold Medal Haul to 21 Gold Medals at this year’s Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

We have, so far, had a great day, but it will most certainly be interesting to see how Team GB does during Day #13 of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games.

Jade Jones went through to the -57kg Taekwondo semi-final to ensure at least a Silver, while the US women face the 4 x 100m re-run, with Team GB & Jamaica’s men qualifying.

Luke Reddy (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “One wonders what goes through the mind as these boxers walk from the makeshift tunnel erected here in Rio. So much on the line, the chance to be a national hero no less. Bektemir Melikuziev is the 256th fighter to walk out in the blue corner at this Games. That’s right, 256 fights so far. The action comes thick and fast, dreams live and die in the blink of an eye. Melikuziev feels a long way from home as this crowd chant “Mexico” in support of his opponent. He only has a small pocket of his own countrymen here. A place in the men’s 75kg final on the line. Cuban number one seed Arlen Lopez awaits.

Nick Hope (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “So, if Jade Jones makes it through to the -57kg semi-finals she’ll be up against a currently very smiley Nikita Glasnovic. The Swedish fighter just defeated Finland’s Suvi Mikkonen and it’s a great result for Jones who, to my recollection, has never lost to Glasnovic. Their last meeting came in the European championship final in May – which Jones won convincingly 11-5. Jones takes on Iran-born, Belgian refugee fighter Raheleh Asemani at 19:30 BST!

Alistair Magowan (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “So the medal hopes of GB pair Alain Sign and Dylan Fletcher disappear in a gust of wind as they capsize around the second turning point in the final 49er race, having started the day in fourth. How does that happen at an Olympics? “They were pushing so hard there to catch up on their rivals,” says double Olympic champion Shirley Robertson on board the TV boat. You also have to remember that the 49ers are one of the hardest boats to control, you spend your whole time sailing stood up, and with the wind strong today it can lead to mistakes.

Luke Reddy: “An Olympic final no less as Cuban Julio Cesar La Cruz – the number one seed – mixes it with Adilbek Niyazymbetov of Kazhakstan, seeded two. La Cruz cuts a cocky frame, his hands couldn’t be any lower as he instead opts to dance around his man and evade shots. He was decked in the first as a result and so a minor upset could be on the cards at halfway. Cuba are yet to land boxing gold at this Games.

Luke Reddy: “Our Cuban dancer in the ring sends the small contingent sat in the sky wild. There are some jeers at the decision as he takes it 29-28 on all three cards. Julio Cesar La Cruz is men’s 81kg champion. That’s a gold and three bronze for Cuba in the ring at this Games. Some here don’t like this man’s confidence as he swaggers and showboats with every step – even during fights.

Brazil‘s Martine Grael & Kahena Kunze have won Gold after winning the final race in the Women’s 49-er FX Sailing Event.

Leon Taylor (Olympic Diving Silver Medallist): “Everyone starts at zero in this final and Tonia Couch has a real shot at the podium. It is going to be a big ask, but everyone has a shot.

Julio Cesar La Cruz has won a Gold Medal in Boxing.

Anthony Joshua (Olympic Champion Boxer): “Julio Cesar De La Cruz is a phenomenal man and he has done well to win gold in style. I am studying these guys and I am seeing the display  of footwork. Feet can do you so much justice in boxing.

Alistair Magowan (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “What an end to the sailing regatta! Brazil come from behind to beat New Zealand to gold in the women’s 49er FX as Martine Grael, alongside Kahena Kunze, follows in father Torben’s footsteps by winning an Olympic title. Then, as the pair head to the beach for the traditional sail past, their friends and family swim out to join them for a celebratory sing-song. Brazil, Brazil, Brazil,” rings out across Guanabara Bay.

New Zealand’s Peter Burling & Blair Tuke have won Gold in the Men’s Sailing Two-Person 49er skiff class event.

Leon Taylor: “A beautiful dive from Tonia all the way into the water.

Leon Taylor: “Tonia nailed that in the prelims but just left it short there, not quite completing the dive. That is a huge shame for Tonia. Hard to swallow, but she will be way off the pack now.

Leon Taylor: “The Chinese teenagers are a cut above in this final.

Leon Taylor: “That was a really good from Tonia. A great, great dive. But she has left herself too much to do in this competition.

The World & European Taekwondo Silver Medallist, Damon Sansum, who is part of Team GB in Rio de Janeiro, spoke to BBC Radio 5 Live: “Jade is looking really good. She only conceded one point in the whole match – the head shot. A great performance and she is into the finals. GB have got four great athletes and our team is growing and getting stronger. I think every one has a chance of medal. It is a great start and gets the ball rolling for GB.

Qian Ren has won Gold in the Women’s 10m platform event.

Leon Taylor: “That was a diving masterclass through and through.

Nick Hope (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “After a slightly nervous opening round Jade Jones again showed all her class and experience to move clear of any threat posed by Nikita Glasnovic and move into the -57kg final. Jones looked incredibly relieved and fully acknowledged her fans in the crowd for the first time in this competition, but she wants more. “We only came here for gold,” her coach Paul Green tells me. “We know all of the opponents inside out and Jade is so confident. It hasn’t been easy the last four years as she’s the one every fighter wants to beat, but she’s a winner and that’s all today is about.”

Alistair Magowan: “Wales’ Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark from Essex have affectionately been named by double Olympic champion Shirley Robertson as the ‘real life Gavin and Stacey’ and the strength of their friendship was clear to see as they jumped onto the medal podium. Clark shuffled nervously as they waited for their names to be announced but once that happened, they bounced up and down with the biggest grins this side of Sugar Loaf mountain before belting out the national anthem. After also winning silver at London 2012, this was the last race in their six-year partnership, but what a way to go out. A winning combination but, more importantly, friends forever.

Helen Louise Maroulis of the United States has won Gold in the Women’s 53kg.

Steve Parry (Olympic Bronze Medal Swimmer on BBC Radio 5 Live): “Athletics is going to lose captain charisma. Not only is Usain Bolt the most fantastic athlete we have seen but he has style, charisma, swagger and it is hard to replace someone like that and I do feel for the sport after him.

Jade Jones’ Coach, Paul Green: “Jade has worked four years for this. We have been planning meticulously, the intensity of training has been meticulous and she is looking good to go and win. “Four years ago Jade wasn’t the one to beat, now she is the one to beat so it has been a lot harder going in but we have done our homework on the all players, mimicking them in the last year. We’re ready and prepared and Jade always rises on the occasion. “We are here for the gold medal. I will tell her to stay on plan. We know the girl she is facing inside out. Jade has got to diffuse her game and apply her own strengths and that is exactly what we are going to do.

Steve Bunce (BBC Sport Boxing Pundit Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live): “Athletics survived before Bolt – it had some dark years, but it ticked over and survived. We don’t want to see Bolt dragged out. We’d like to see him beaten now and in London four years ago, but not in 2020. That would be horrible to watch. There will not be another Bolt. We had that argument in boxing for 20-odd years until Mike Tyson came on. It was boring and irrelevant.

Victoria Pendleton (Olympic Cyclist Gold Medallist on BBC Radio 5 Live): “I wonder if without Usain Bolt someone else will have the chance to take on the limelight? Everything is so focused on Bolt, maybe if he isn’t there that focus can come on someone in the shadows.

Victoria Pendleton: “I was inspired when Mo Farah was on the deck and how quickly he pulled himself together. There was no complaining about it he was just – bang – back up and got on with it.

Steve Parry (Olympic Bronze Medallist on BBC Radio 5 Live): “I was inspired today by Ali Brownlee. I thought the way he put that race together was unbelievable.

Argentina has won Gold in the Men’s Hockey event.

Steve Parry: “As a nation, what we are not good at is saying ‘we are going to win’ and being comfortable with it. I have already seen media articles picking holes with what we’ve done. How can we not be proud of these Olympians?

Steve Bunce: “We are second in the medals table because we have spent the money wisely. We are better at organising. We have acquired one or two coaches from around the world. We have spent sensibly and we are delivering. I am a veteran of Atlanta 1996 – we got one gold medal. I’ll leave you with that.

Team GB’s Tonia Couch, who finished 12th in the 10m diving final, spoke to the BBC: “The last few days I haven’t dived my best, I’ve been a bit flat. I dived amazing in the synchronised event and that is my main event but I have made the final here and that was goal so no one can take that away from me. I didn’t even watch them (Chinese gold and silver medallists). They do it all the time, scoring 10s. That is what we expect and I just focus on myself. Our team has been fantastic. We have a great bond, everyone is diving so well. They’re all pretty much finished now and are here to support still.

Victoria Pendleton: “Wanting to be the best in the world at your job is a very intrinsic thing. It is about me. I wanted to be really good at this. I nearly quit because I was fourth best. It was crazy but I wanted to be the best. It was not about the crowd. I’ve competed at events where there was one guy and a flute, and it wasn’t even for me.

Steve Cram (BBC Athletics Commentator): “The USA women’s team have qualified for the 4x100m relay final after a re-run a little earlier on. It was bizarre, it is something I have seen once or twice before. At least there was a good atmosphere, the danger was not concentrating. It was tough for them. They still had to get the changes right, it would have been a huge sigh of relief.

Aimee Lewis (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “This is Usain Bolt’s last Olympics of course so I’ve been speaking to people about what the great Jamaican means to them. Shaun Johnson from Jamaica says he’s second only to Bob Marley in his books. “He revolutionised the sport and put us on the map,” he says. “He’s the next best thing since Bob Marley. He’s fun and humble. He entertains and hangs out with the locals. We enjoy what he’s done to the country, and he’s been the same Usain Bolt since high school. It’s been an amazing journey. They’re going to build a statue once he retires for sure.”

Canada’s Erica Wiebe has made history after winning Gold in the Women’s Freestyle -75kg Wrestling event.

Aimee Lewis: “There are people in this stadium who will see Usain Bolt compete for the first, and last time, and they’re quite excited about it. “He’s a phenomenon,” says Gustavo, from Porto Alegri in south Brazil. “It’s my unique chance to see the guy. He’s the fastest man in world and it’s something I’ll tell my children and grandchildren. Today is history.”

Aimee Lewis: “I know everyone loves a Usain Bolt anecdote so let me tell you about a wedding in Jamaica which came to a standstill this week for the 100m final. “A friend of mine went to a wedding in Jamaica,” says Cecile Lee who has travelled from Jamaica to support the track and field team. “The reception stopped when he was racing, even the bride and groom were watching! She told me ‘only in Jamaica could that happen.'”He’s a wonderful ambassador, he’s charismatic, and a really wonderful person. He loves people and the sport and we admire him for that. It will be pandemonium back in Jamaica if he wins tonight.”

Michael Johnson: “When you are talking to Usain Bolt one-on-one he is really quite shy but out on the track when he is away from everyone else he becomes confident and enjoys this. I don’t think we will see another Bolt – a combination of being the athlete he is and the entertainment that he brings.

Aimee Lewis: “Imagine coming to Rio to watch the Olympics and not having to pay a penny for it. Well, Jarno Metsäranta (pictured left) doesn’t have to because he’s here courtesy of winning a competition with a betting firm in Finland. It’s an all-expenses paid holiday of a lifetime, and he’ll get to watch Usain Bolt compete in his last individual Olympic race. What a prize. “I’ve never seen him before so It’s very exciting to see him live,” he says of Bolt. “It will be so different than seeing him on TV.”

Michael Johnson: “I am looking forward to the 200m race that’s going to happen behind Usain Bolt. I think there will be a real battle for those medals. Usain sucks up all the attention in the room but there are some good guys there behind him.

Aimee Lewis: “The shot put is taking place at one end of the stadium, while at the other spectators are more interested in starting a Mexican wave. Shot putters, the bass guitarists of track and field, if you like – we’d miss them if they weren’t here, but they do, at times, get overlooked. Anyway, it’s a poor attempt at a Mexican wave, so we might as well focus on the only competition currently taking place in the stadium.

Denise Lewis (Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medallist): “I don’t think anything can stop Ashton Eaton in this one. If he has to run for it he really will, but let’s not jinx him. However, gone are the days when you could see Daley Thompson cruise around. This is a proper race.

Steve Cram: “This will not be easy for Charlie Grice or Chris O’Hare. Charlie goes up first. He was fading badly in his heat and perhaps a little fortunate to advance.

Brendan Foster (Olympic Medallist & BBC Athletics Commentator): “I am very nervous. This is a tough qualification. Only five go through and the first lap has been pretty pedestrian. A faster race will suit Charlie Grice.

Steve Cram: “Well done Charlie. He may have been fortunate to make it through but he did not panic at the bell. He is into the Olympic final. Huge relief and a huge achievement.

Brendan Foster: “Charlie Grice got his first break on the back straight. There was no shortage of talent around him but there was a determination in Charlie. He saw his chance.

Charlie Grice on the Men’s 1500m semis: “I am so happy to get through. When the pace was slow I was quite nervous but I knew my 800m speed was good. I told myself to stay patient and I am glad I redeemed myself because Tuesday was not me. A few times people were cutting in, so I am just glad I stayed on my feet. I wanted to make sure I proved myself today. It was close but I am thrilled. Two days to rest up and the final will be a cracker.

Steve Cram: “Chris O’Hare has called himself a terrier. He will be in the right position, but does he have the pace to go through here?

Brendan Foster: “Chris O’Hare is running a good race. He is strong at the finish and he is putting himself in within a chance of producing that finish.

Steve Cram: “O’Hare had nothing down the home straight and it is painful to watch. He didn’t compete in London and he was desperate to get into the final of an Olympic Games but he just didn’t have the legs.

Chris O’Hare after missing out on reaching the Men’s 500m Final: “I am not sure what happened. I put myself in the position. I felt fine with 200m to go and tried to turn it on with 100m to go and it just was not there. I am so disappointed because I wanted to do better for myself, my family and everyone watching back home. I tried my best, I guess it is all I can do but it is disappointing when I have put all this work in and I thought I was good enough.

Paula Radcliffe (Women’s Marathon World Record Holder): “This is a totally different Charlie Grice that turned up to the one we saw in the heats. There was a lot of pushing and shoving and he handled himself well. He didn’t panic coming into the home straight.

Paula Radcliffe: “As easy as they liked in the last 200m for the two in front. Just the first two to go through and the three fastest losers from the three semi-finals. It looked like Ajee Wilson, in third, eased and relaxed but she couldn’t she needed to run as hard as she could.

Ryan Crouser has won Gold in the Men’s Shot Put Event.

Paula Radcliffe: “Shelayna Oskan-Clarke was in a great position but Melissa Bishop moved a little and Shelayna lost a bit of her momentum and her fight as well as she struggled to come back. She needed to keep fighting because she was just a couple of strides from fourth there.

Andrew Cotter (BBC Athletics Commentator): “Twenty two wins from 23 races for Caster this year. She lost one in March but apart from that, untouchable.

Paula Radcliffe: “Caster will go and will go hard but it will probably not be until the last 200m.

Paula Radcliffe: “What I like about Lynsey Sharp this year is she does not panic when the race gets into the closing stages. She was patient and waited for the gap to open up and when it did she struck hard and struck fast to claim that spot.

Lynsey Sharp after reaching the Women’s 800m Final: “I have just been so looking forward to getting that Q next to my name. I am so happy to have done that. It didn’t really go as I planned, I was in a few positions I did not plan on but the main thing was to stay patient, trust in my coach and it paid off. I live for this stuff and to get into the final is a massive relief but this is where it really starts.

Aimee Lewis: “Jamaican and Brazilian flags are dominating this evening in the Olympic Stadium, but there are plenty of other countries being represented: France, Canada, Britain, USA. It would probably make a decent quiz. Holding one of the Union flags aloft is Mia Richardson, from Hexham. She’s been talking to me about Usain Bolt. “He’s the athlete that got me interested in athletics,” she says. “I was 10 when he did what he did in Beijing. The ease with which he won. I follow him on snapchat and he’s hilarious.

Ryan Crouser of the United States has won Gold in the Men’s Shot Put Final.

Nick Hope (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “Jade is such a fighter. Today she will not talk to the media, she shuts down into that bubble she is in. When she is outside of competition she is nice and relaxed but when she is out there competing she is super focused.

Ashton Eaton of the United States has won Gold in the Men’s decathlon event.

Colin Jackson (Two Time 110m Hurdles Champion): “We know Eilidh Doyle has won some of the big races in the Diamond League, we know she is capable of going under 54 seconds and if any of the front three make a mistake, she has the potential to sneak a bronze.

Team GB’s Jade Jones has officially become a double Olympic Champion after winning Gold in the Women’s -57kg Taekwondo event.

Dalilah Muhammad of the United States has won Gold in the Women’s 400m Hurdles Final after breezing her way to victory with a finishing time of 53.13 seconds.

Eilidh Doyle: “I can’t really fault any of it. It was a smooth and solid run I just wasn’t in there. I feel like I nailed the race. I am not too unhappy but you always want more. I think my hurdling was really good tonight, just need to get a bit quicker.

Double Olympic Champion, Jade Jones after winning Gold in Taekwondo: “It feels unbelievable. I didn’t realise how much pressure I would feel but to pull this off is amazing. I am still young so to be double Olympic champion already is crazy. I’ve been crying in between sessions because I was so stressed but I did it when it mattered. I’m buzzing. My family and friends mean the world to me, and everyone back home in Flint in the pub, their support is amazing.

Michael Johnson (Four Time Olympic Gold Medallist): “This is the second part in the three part series as Usain Bolt looks to replicate his feat from London. I don’t see anyone standing in his way tonight but you have to go out there and run your race. Adam Gemili is on the inside in lane two and it will be very difficult from him from there.

Denise Lewis (Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medallist): “This is a foregone conclusion. Bolt should and will win this. He looks very relaxed, this is such an important event for him. He wants to dominate it and dominate it big.

Usain Bolt has won Gold in the Men’s 200m Final with ease and with a finishing time of 19.78 seconds.

Steve Cram (BBC Athletics Commentator): “If that is it, if we never seem him again in a 200m final it will be a real shame, what on earth are we going to do without him.

Colin Jackson: “My heart goes out to Adam Gemili. To be fourth with the exact same time as third place. Adam will be devastated no doubt but he is still fourth in the world, he has to remember that and he has a bright, bright future ahead of him.

Colin Jackson: “Usain was so aggressive out of the blocks. Andre de Grasse said he wanted to go with Usain and that is what he has done. If I am honest, many of the athletes will be disappointed with their times.

Michael Johnson: “I expected a little faster but the race is what it is. Usain Bolt was straight into the lead and never relinquished it. This was a quality race. You could not separate the guys for bronze.I don’t think Adam Gemili could have done more to get that bronze. If you look at his race and his position, he finished ahead of guys like LaShawn Merritt.

Adam Gemili following the Men’s 200m event: “I am heartbroken. I put so much into that run. I lost my form at the end and to get so close at the end is heartbreaking. I am absolutely gutted. I was in the inside, I knew Bolt would go and a lot of others would try and go with him. Myself and my coach had said beforehand to let them go and save some energy. I did but I lost some form at the end but it has been a fantastic season. I have had such fantastic support but I am gutted I could not bring home a medal for Team GB. This is the fun bit of competing at championships. We have a big year next year in London and I can’t wait to get out there and put this right because I am so gutted. Fourth place is the worst place you can be. We are not here to fill lanes any more. We have guys who can make these finals and push. It is a shame it didn’t work out tonight but I’ll reconvene with my coach and put it right where it matters.

Michael Johnson: “This is what it is all about as an athlete. Your career is about what you do in the individual events so Usain Bolt has completed that. No matter what he does from here he has done something that other athletes have not and may never do again, at least not in our lifetime. It has been tough with the injuries he had earlier this year, he has had to put aside the motivation that sustained him for so long, which was to run faster and faster and replaced that with just needing to cross the finish line ahead of everyone else. He has done that.

Denise Lewis: “Those opportunities don’t come around often. That race was not the quickest and Adam Gemili knows to finish fourth is a bitter blow.

Usain Bolt: “It is something you work so hard for and when the moment comes you are happy and also relieved. The fact I came here and everything worked out it is a brilliant feeling. I am getting older, I am not as young and fresh but I am excited I got the gold and that is the key thing. I focus on what I need to do because if I don’t there will not be a Usain Bolt.

Will it be his last time running 200m? Usain Bolt’s response: “I don’t know. I said when I come to the championships in London next year it would be 100m and that’s it. My coach has a way of trying to convince me, but personally I believe this is my last one.

Finally, Usain Bolt’s last warning for Steve Cram: “I am going to listen back to this and hopefully you commented brilliantly on this one.

BBC Sport can assure you that Steve Cram did listen to you Usain Bolt, and he did.

Usain Bolt: “I don’t need to prove anything else. What else can I do to prove to the world I am the greatest?”

Michael Johnson: “The rest of those guys could not respond to what looked like fatigue for Usain Bolt. You could see him grimace towards the end and look at the screen. We have never seen him look at that screen so much to see if those guys were making up ground on him, but they were not. Usain has stamped his mark on history and this sport. He is the model by which people will judge future sprinters. People will identify talent based on what they have seen Bolt do over the years.

Usain Bolt: “I am trying to be one of the greatest. Be among Ali and Pele. I hope after these Games I will be in that bracket.

Mike Costello (BBC Radio 5 Live Athletics Correspondent): “The end of an era. The greatest sprinter that has ever lived. His action might only last 10 or 20 seconds but people remember it for much. much longer. Now the sport has to find the future without him.

Aimee Lewis (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “Ashton Eaton’s decathlon finished quite a while ago,  but the Olympic champion is still weaving his way through what the media call the ‘mixed zone’ –  podiums of broadcasters wanting a word, or two. There’s only one man who is more in demand and that is Usain Bolt. Who knows what time he’ll be finished with his edit duties.

Tom Fordyce (Chief Sports Writer in Rio de Janeiro): “Bolt often looks like he’s working much harder over 200m. Even in WR Berlin ’09 grimaces & strain. But also genuine disappointment with time.

Jordan’s Ahmad Abughaush has won Gold in the Men’s 68kg Taekwondo event.

Alistair Magowan (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “Maybe it’s the damp weather, maybe it’s because Brazil lost both the bronze and gold medal match in the women’s beach volleyball last night, or maybe it’s because it was a Dutch-Russian bronze medal match tonight, which the Netherlands won, but there is a distinct lack of energy in the Copacabana arena. Still, there is another 45 minutes until home favourites Bruno Schmidt and Alison Cerutti take on Italian pair Paolo Nicolai and Daniele Lupo so plenty of time for the locals to turn up. Cariocas like to leave it late and the warm-up man is giving it both barrels.

Aimee Lewis: “Fans are craning their necks just to get a glimpse of Usain Bolt. “Boooolt!” they scream just to get him to look their way. They’ve seen him perform and they want to see more. He glimpses up every now and again, and they yell as if the Beatles or Elvis were in the building.

Here are the final medal table listings for Day #13:

Country
1

United States
35 33 32 100
2

Great Britain
22 21 13 56
3

China
20 16 22 58
4

Germany
13 8 11 32
5

Russia
12 15 17 44
6

Japan
12 6 18 36
7

France
8 12 14 34
8

Italy
8 10 6 24
9

Netherlands
8 4 4 16
10

Australia
7 10 10 27
11

South Korea
7 3 8 18
12

Hungary
7 3 4 14
13

Brazil
5 5 5 15
14

Spain
5 2 3 10
15

Croatia
5 2 0 7
16

Jamaica
5 0 2 7
17

New Zealand
4 8 3 15
18

Kenya
4 4 0 8
19

Canada
4 3 11 18
20

Kazakhstan
3 5 7 15
21

Cuba
3 2 4 9
22

Argentina
3 1 0 4
23

Ukraine
2 4 2 8
24

North Korea
2 3 2 7
25

Poland
2 2 4 8
26

Belgium
2 2 2 6
26

Thailand
2 2 2 6
28

Colombia
2 2 1 5
29

Uzbekistan
2 1 5 8
30

Greece
2 1 2 5
30

Switzerland
2 1 2 5
32

Iran
2 0 3 5
33

Denmark
1 6 6 13
34

South Africa
1 6 2 9
35

Sweden
1 4 3 8
36

Belarus
1 3 2 6
37

Armenia
1 3 0 4
38

Slovenia
1 2 1 4
38

Serbia
1 2 1 4
40

Indonesia
1 2 0 3
41

Czech Republic
1 1 6 8
42

Ethiopia
1 1 3 5
42

Georgia
1 1 3 5
44

Romania
1 1 2 4
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

Jordan
1 0 0 1
50

Kosovo
1 0 0 1
50

Puerto Rico
1 0 0 1
50

Singapore
1 0 0 1
56

Azerbaijan
0 4 6 10
57

Turkey
0 2 2 4
58

Malaysia
0 2 1 3
59

Ireland
0 2 0 2
60

Lithuania
0 1 3 4
61

Mongolia
0 1 1 2
62

Algeria
0 1 0 1
62

Grenada
0 1 0 1
62

Philippines
0 1 0 1
62

Qatar
0 1 0 1
62

Venezuela
0 1 0 1
67

Egypt
0 0 3 3
67

Norway
0 0 3 3
69

Israel
0 0 2 2
69

Tunisia
0 0 2 2
71

Austria
0 0 1 1
71

Bulgaria
0 0 1 1
71

Dominican Republic
0 0 1 1
71

Estonia
0 0 1 1
71

Finland
0 0 1 1
71

India
0 0 1 1
71

Kyrgyzstan
0 0 1 1
71

Morocco
0 0 1 1
71

Moldova
0 0 1 1
71

Mexico
0 0 1 1
71

Portugal
0 0 1 1
71

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
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Antigua & Barbuda
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Bangladesh
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Barbados
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Belize
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Bermuda
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Bhutan
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Bolivia
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Bosnia & Herzegovina
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Brunei
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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
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Cyprus
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Djibouti
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Dominica
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DR Congo
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Ecuador
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El Salvador
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Equatorial Guinea
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Eritrea
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FYR Macedonia
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Gabon
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Gambia
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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
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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

Kiribati
0 0 0 0

Laos
0 0 0 0

Latvia
0 0 0 0

Lebanon
0 0 0 0

Lesotho
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Liberia
0 0 0 0

Libya
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Liechtenstein
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Luxembourg
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Madagascar
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Malawi
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Maldives
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Mali
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Malta
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Marshall Islands
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Mauritania
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Mauritius
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Micronesia
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Monaco
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Montenegro
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Mozambique
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Myanmar
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Namibia
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Nauru
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Nepal
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Nicaragua
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Niger
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Nigeria
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Oman
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Pakistan
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Palau
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Palestine
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Panama
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Papua New Guinea
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Paraguay
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Peru
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Refugee Olympic Athletes
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Rwanda
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Saint Kitts & Nevis
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Saint Lucia
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Samoa
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San Marino
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Sao Tome & Principe
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Saudi Arabia
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Senegal
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Seychelles
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Sierra Leone
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Solomon Islands
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Somalia
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South Sudan
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Sri Lanka
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St Vincent & the Grenadines
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Sudan
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Suriname
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Swaziland
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Syria
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Tajikistan
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Tanzania
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Timor-Leste
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Togo
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Tonga
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Trinidad & Tobago
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Turkmenistan
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Tuvalu
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Uganda
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Uruguay
0 0 0 0

US Virgin Islands
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Vanuatu
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Yemen
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Zambia
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Zimbabwe
0 0 0 0

Day #13’s events have officially come to a close. Please make sure to check back soon for Day #14 of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Thanks to all of you for a great thirteenth day and I hope and wish all of you a very good night.

Alex Smithson

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