Rio 2016: Day #15

Kicking off Day #15 of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games, Team GB‘s Nicola Adams won Gold in the Boxing event, bringing our overall medal count for Bronze, Silver & Gold to 63 overall medals, keeping Great Britain in second place (26 Gold, 22 Silver & 15 Bronze).

The United States currently stand in first place with 40 Gold Medals, 36 Silver Medals and 35 Bronze Medals, with an overall count of 111 medals, while China remain in third place with 68 overall medals (24 Gold, 18 Silver & 26 Bronze).

Today has been a great day so far, but it will be interesting to see how things turn out over the course of Day #15 of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games.

Kevin Kilbane (Former Everton & Sunderland Winger): “We have spoken of revenge. It has been downplayed in the Brazil squad but certainly not the supporters, they do want revenge. What better man than Neymar to open the scoring?

Team GB’s Taekwondo Athlete, Damon Sansum: “We have four athletes here and four possible medals. For such a small taekwondo team we have done amazing. One more fight to go.

Alistair Magowan (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “Talk about picking your moment. Not sure I’ve heard a louder roar at a football match. That was the sound of talisman Neymar scoring at the Maracana in an Olympic final, with Brazil aiming for their first gold medal. Moments come don’t come much bigger and the crowd are showing their appreciation. “Ole, ole, ole, ole, Neymar, Neymar,” they sing in unison. Every single one of them.

Margarita Mamun of Russia has won Gold in the Women’s Individual All-Around Final.

Rob Nothman (BBC Sport): “Joe Choong is struggling in the shooting and this is costing him dear. His medal chances are looking remote.

Rob Nothman: “Joe Choong’s medal chances are over, but let’s put this in perspective – his previous best was seventh in the European championship. He started this event in second.

Alexander Lesun of Russia has won Gold in the Modern Pentathlon event.

Team GB’s Joe Choong, who finished ninth in the modern pentathlon, spoke to BBC Sport: “Everything went really well except for the shooting. I was very happy with my first shoot and the last was the same but the middle I don’t know what happened. There’s been some positives. The girls coming back to finish top 10 and Jamie did well coming back. His swimming was close to his PB, which he hasn’t done for four years.

Jamie Cooke after finishing 13th in the Modern Pentathlon: “Everyone comes here to win medals. That is something I definitely wanted to do but I didn’t put myself in the best position. The fencing killed me but this is my first Olympics, it is inspiring and I want to be back.

Luke Reddy (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “The Olympic Park is largely yellow in colour tonight and there’s a thirst in the air if the queue for beer is anything to go by. Schoolboy error leaving it until half-time. Still, from the beer queue you can watch some questionable dance moves. Olympic mascot Vinicius is going down in my estimations rapidly.

Tim Vickery (BBC Sport South American Football Expert on BBC Radio 5 Live): “A dark look on the face of the Germany coach. He is unhappy his side could not turn their dominance into goals. A gripping first half. More of the same in the second.

Luke Reddy: “If this tournament doesn’t mean much in football terms then this gent missed the brief. He’s having kittens as Brazil defend a free-kick.

Kevin Kilbane (Former Everton & Sunderland Winger): “That is a real quality finish from Max Meyer. Germany continued to pass and probe but I think they were aided by Brazil going on the back foot and allowing pressure to build up on them.

Tim Vickery: “Very impressive from Germany. Meyer is such a busy little figure and that is the first goal Brazil have conceded in the tournament. This will be a real test of the Brazil temperament now. They have not looked anywhere near as good going forward this half. Now they have conceded, let’s see how they react.

Luke Reddy: “They sit and glare like a kid in assembly and screams ring out as Germany level. As it hits the net the screams go silent. A collective swear word doesn’t come but you can sense and feel it, it’s there.

Alistair Magowan (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “When we were speaking to fans outside the Maracana, they were in supremely confident mood. There was talk of 6-0, 7-0, although, admittedly, a fair amount of the local brew had been consumed. No-one really considered Germany having a part to play in the match and now Brazil must recover from conceding their first goal of the Olympics. The crowd responded before pockets of German fans had finished celebrating, and they are jumping up and down now trying to encourage their team forward. Gabriel Barbosa is getting dog’s abuse for not cutting the ball back there as two team-mates closed in on goal. And not just from his fellow players. Half a Maracana stand rises to ask why he didn’t pass, in brutal terms!

Serbia have won Gold in the Men’s Water Polo event.

Alistair Magowan: “Tell you what, when you witness the passion and fervour of the support in the Maracana and the abuse they give the opposition and their own players for making a mistake, it does put the ‘pressure’ that England players supposedly suffer in context.

Kevin Kilbane: “Brazil are coming to life. They are being driven on by the crowd. It is normally in these latter stages of the game, with these tired legs, mistakes will be made.

Tom Daley after his heartbreaking defeat in not making it to the diving final earlier: “I could have won tonight. It is really hard to accept how it went today. When I am up on the board I am complete in the moment but today things were not clicking. I was so up for it but in the competition it fell apart. I am so proud to be part of Team GB, I just wanted to stand on top of that podium but it was not meant to be. Another four years of hard work to try again next time. My mind and body were not connecting. I gave it my all but it did not happen today.

Don’t worry Tom Daley, you’ve done me and Great Britain proud. I am proud and we are proud of you all the way!!!!!!!!!!

Kevin Kilbane: “I think Gabriel Jesus will go on to be an excellent signing for Manchester City. The tempo to this game is relentless. Both sides are trying to force the issue.

Luke Reddy: “I can’t help but think that if the man who made this shirt number famous were here he’d get a better view. Tense at the fan park now. Each time Brazil break forward this lot are trying to suck the ball into the net.

Luke Reddy: “The weird and social Olympics. I’ve just met Tom, a gent from Florida at his 10th Olympics. “Man these people are passionate about their football,” he says.  Tom trades pins, takes in events and mingles. Then I walk about 500 metres and a Brazilian guy stops me asking if I trade pins. I say no and tell him to seek out Tom, showing him an image. “Ah that’s my friend,” he shouts. “Is he here? Where?” They are from different nations and probably separated by about 30 years in age. Still, in some way, the Olympics binds them.

Kevin Kilbane: “I’m not sure how the Brazilian public will deal with a penalty shootout here.

Alistair Magowan: “There is no lack of effort from Neymar or his team-mates, but they are just lacking that killer finish as time appears to slip away. The Maracana is deafening now with the sound of whistles as Germany enjoy a spell of fruitless possession. No-one said I needed ear plugs for this game, but the jeers are intensely loud.

Tim Vickery: “I’m sure you’ve seen the rivalry between Brazil and Argentina at events during this Olympic Games, and how much it takes on a football aspect. In some of the earlier games, Brazil fans have been doing a long count up from one to 23. The reason, is because it’s 23 years since Argentina last won a senior title – the Copa America in 1993. Now – since then, Argentina have won Olympic football gold twice. It is almost a backhanded acceptance from the Brazilian crowd that the Olympic title is not as important as a senior title. However, as a wise man once said, coherence is the last refuge of the unimaginative and no one thinks this is irrelevant now.

Kevin Kilbane: “Brilliantly timed challenge again from the German left-back.

Tim Vickery: “It really is gripping stuff. It’s been so much better than extra time in so many games we see – maybe because there is so much at stake. This stadium is having a collective heart-attack every time the German side attack. They are admirably mature for such a young side.

Kevin Kilbane: “Having been in this position in a major tournament you have got to believe in yourself and in your technique. Weverton goes the right way but it is the power that beats him. It is a poor penalty from Gnabry. He didn’t strike it well and Weverton knows he should have saved it.

Brazil have won Gold in the Men’s Football Final and believe it or not, this is Brazil’s first ever Olympic Gold Medal in Football.

Tom Fordyce (Chief Sports Writer in Rio de Janeiro): “Biggest noise in the athletics stadium all Olympics comes with that news from the Maracana. And it’s still only a sixth full.

Alistair Magowan: “Neymar writes himself into Brazilian history. What a moment. A first Olympic gold medal, a record sixth gold medal at a Games. “The champions are back” screams the Maracana. Total bedlam!

Tim Vickery: “Two years ago the Brazil team were crying before, during and after the game against Germany. They are crying after this game but for very different reasons. They have now completed the set – winning everything they can.

Darren Campbell (Former British Sprinter on BBC Radio 5 Live): “I played football with the locals here one night. They paid for a referee and they had to pay for goalkeepers, because no-one wants to go in goal. That might explain why they don’t produce too many great goalkeepers and we were saying during the game, can’t see Brazil winning this because their keeper won’t save the penalties, but what happened? He saved it!

Paula Radcliffe (Women’s Marathon World Record Holder): “Staying out of danger is the most difficult thing for Mo. He will be right at the back, keeping an eye on the rest of the field before moving forward. Mo’s stride length takes up quite a lot of space and he has to be aware of that because others have to almost step over that back leg, which is what happened when he fell. If we see him in his customary position, at the front of the pack with two laps to go, then I can’t see anyone challenging him.

Denise Lewis (Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medallist): “When you get to that sort of age it is about motivation. To keep putting in the miles, staying meticulous with your diet and routine and I think Mo is an incredible ambassador for our sport.

Aimee Lewis (BBC Sport in Rio de Janeiro): “If you thought the Olympic Stadium and the Maracana were where it was all happening – think again. At the taekwondo, Shaggy’s Mr Boombastic is ringing around the arena as we wait for the fighting to begin again. The crowd are loving it, raising their arms, swinging their hips, hoping to get caught on camera. It’s Saturday night, I suppose, the penultimate day, time to party.

Matt Centrowitz has won Gold in the Men’s 1500m final for the United States.

Brendan Foster (Olympic Medallist & BBC Athletics Commentator): “What a great performance from Matt Centrowitz. Everything he did was right but the others, including the Olympic champion Makhloufi, did not run a good race. It almost came down to a 100m race the way they ran it.

Tom Fordyce: “Fabulous from Centrowitz in a classically messy championship final – got his tactics spot on as all others jostled and waited, in the right position when the real race began, with a speed and endurance that belies the injuries he had endured this years. A very popular winner.

Bianca Walkden has won Bronze in the Women’s +67kg event, bringing Team GB’s medal total to 64. We are just one medal away from the London 2012 haul.

Caster Semenya of South Africa has won Gold in the Women’s 800m final with a finishing time of 1:55.28, which is a personal best and also a record for South Africa.

Paula Radcliffe: “That was really quick through 600m but Semenya had enough left to win the title convincingly. Semenya was so strong. I do think she’s capable of breaking the world record. She definitely has it in her.

Tom Fordyce: “The result we all expected, the 1-2-3 many imagined. No world record for Semenya, but you sense it is there when she wants to attack it.

Luke Reddy: “Nipped into the BBC office. You know GB have had a good Games when extra paper has to be added at the bottom.

Maicon Siqueira has won Bronze for Brazil in the Men’s +80kg event.

Paula Radcliffe: “I think the race in London earlier this year was important for Mo because he pretty much ran it on his own. He ran it hard. If there is any criticism of Mo it is that he doesn’t go for the fast times but I think he worked hard at the Anniversary Games and that will give him confidence.

Steve Cram (BBC Athletics Commentator): “It is not about Mo putting his name in the history books tonight, it is about turning another page and writing another story. I’m not sure I have seen Mo this animated in the build up to the race. He was geeing the crowd up.

Brendan Foster (Olympic Medallist & BBC Athletics Commentator): “I am more nervous tonight about Mo running than I have been in any race since 2011. That is partly because he has fallen and was tripped before here. Mo is looking good at the moment, looking strong and running his race sensibly.

Mike Costello (BBC Radio 5 Live Athletics Correspondent): “It is time to dance under the lights again.

Allison Curbishley (BBC Athletics Expert on BBC Radio 5 Live): “I think there’s an Ethiopian plan here. That first lap was quick, well inside 13-minute pace, because they want to make it hard from the start, which is why Mo Farah realised he couldn’t hang around at the back.

Brendan Foster: “This is quite clever. The Ethiopian team has decided they cannot beat Mo in a slow race so let’s make it faster. Six laps to go and they are running at around 13 minute pace. I wonder what the leaders’ tactics are when they get into the late stages? You don’t want to keep leading like this. Mo is letting them know he is there and he is letting them know he is stronger. He moves to the front, relaxes a little and tries to control this race.

Allison Curbishley: “That was an important move from Farah to show he’s feeling fine and is ready. He’s going to try to slow the pace down now from the front. He’s conducting this and they are letting him. Clever.

Brendan Foster: “Mo looks relaxed. Mo looks powerful. Mo looks at his very best. There goes Mo at the bell. He has company…

GOLD!!! Mo Farah has officially won Gold for Team GB in the Men’s 5,000m event.

Steve Cram: “The double double! Four Olympic titles. Four Olympic gold medals. Incredible from Mo Farah. We have never seen anybody who is able to finish like that. Nobody who is able to close a race like that. Nobody who can take all on. It does not matter how quick they are, they cannot take Mo on.

Allison Curbishley: “You can try to knock him down, lead it out hard, but this man is invincible. He had the bit between his teeth. Whatever they had to test him with, he rose to the occasion. What a performance, what a race. Phenomenal.

Tom Fordyce: “Mo Farah is a phenomenon no-one can stop, a tactical and physical master no rivals can crack. As Bolt has owned the sprints, so Farah has ruled the distances.

Brendan Foster: “What a moment. What a fantastic performance. What a privilege to see this man collect a fourth Olympic medal in style. He did it the only way he knows how. Mo, you are a treasure, you are more than a national treasure, you are the greatest we have ever had and one of the greatest distance runners we have ever seen. Mo Farah, for services to athletics deserves to be Sir Mo Farah. He is, for me, the greatest British athlete. Arise, Sir Mo.

Darren Campbell: “All his rivals were laid across the ground and Farah, having done 50 laps of the track this week, was helping them up off the floor. He’s unbelievable! He has such an engine. He just won’t give up. I thought he didn’t have anything left but he did.

Mike Costello: “I thought he had lost this one. For the first time out of all the finals I’ve covered I didn’t think he was going to win. It is astonishing he still had something in reserve. He ran the last of his 50 laps in Rio in 52 seconds. What is going on? That’s incredible.

Paula Radcliffe: “He controls the field to such an extent and I don’t think we will ever see anyone control the field like Mo did.

Ruth Beitia has won Gold in the Women’s High Jump event.

Mike Costello: “I think Mo Farah is the greatest athlete across all sports because of the sheer competitive nature of his events. He’s the greatest British Olympian of all time.

Mo Farah spoke to BBC One after winning Gold in the Men’s 5,000m event: “I can’t believe it. My legs were a bit tired after the 10k – I don’t now how I recovered. People were bringing me food in my hotel room. It shows I didn’t just fluke it in London, to do it again is incredible. I just want to see my kids and hang this medal around their necks. I was surprised by the first lap, I thought it was going to be a slow race. They had a plan, they wanted to take the sting out of me but when I hit the front, I wasn’t letting anyone past me. I hate to lose. Even in PE I hated losing. I have that drive, it is just me. I can’t quite believe it. I wished for just one medal as a junior. It has been a long journey but if you dream of something, have ambitions and are willing to work hard then you can get your dreams. I don’t see my kids, I will never catch that time I missed but if I can achieve something for them, that is what drives me.

Germany’s Thomas Rohler has won Gold with an overall score of 90.30 in the Men’s Javelin Throw Final.

Team GB’s Christine Ohoruogu has won Bronze in the Women’s 4 x 400m relay event.

Allyson Felix of the United States has won the sixth Gold Medal in the Women’s 4 x 400m relay event.

Steve Cram: “They earned it in some style. A very, very good run by the British quartet.

China’s Zheng Shuyin has won Gold in the Women’s +67kg Taekwondo Final after beating Mexico’s Maria Espinoza 5-1.

Denise Lewis (Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medallist): “This GB quartet knew what they had to do. They knew there was a sniff of a medal. They have every confidence in each other. Brilliant job.

Colin Jackson: “So many of those girls have been working hard this winter to try and stay injury free. I was on a train journey with Emily Diamond and we had a long chat about her career and how she is progressing and she had a good solid winter. I am so pleased for the women.

Michael Johnson (Four Time Olympic Gold Medallist in Athletics): “US and Jamaica for the gold I believe and then it will be a battle for bronze.

The United States have won Gold in the Men’s 4 x 400m relay event.

Azerbaijan’s Radik Isaev has won Gold in the Men’s +80kg Taekwondo event.

Andrew Cotter (BBC Athletics Commentator): “That was a great race. The USA did win but not in the manner we expected, we expected them to be much further clear. I felt sorry for Botswana, not getting it quite done in the final leg but they did top load and that is the risk.

Michael Johnson: “This US team I knew would come under threat. It is not a strong team and has not been for sometime. They relied heavily on Merritt but it was great to watch.  A great anchor leg from Jamaica’s Francis, he chased down Botswana. A great competition to end the athletics with.

Confident words from Team GB’s athlete, Andrew Butchart, after he finished fourth in the 5,000m when asked if he had any doubts that Mo Farah would take Gold: “No. I have seen him training. Some of the stuff he does, nobody can do it. End of. He’s such a relaxed guy, you feed off it. It makes you more relaxed. He’s having fun all the time. He’s got one more year then it’s my time.

Eilidh Doyle:We went out and did the same plan we had for the last four years. I wanted to give the girls the best possible start and thankfully I did and they took it on from there.

Anyika Onuora:I just about hung on. I tried to keep my composure the best I could and I am ecstatic to be here with these girls and to be an Olympic medallist. Can you believe? Me, an Olympic medallist!

Emily Diamond: It has been the most amazing experience. We came out here and knew a bronze would be up for grabs and I am so proud we did it.

Christine Ohuruogu after winning her third Olympic medal: “It has been hard but I really want to start enjoying the last 10 years or so of my sport. It is nice to go home with a medal. We have really worked hard because we thought we could medal here. We had to come together as a team today, we had to stick in, stay focused and keep each other’s spirits up. I am so proud of them, we got a good job done today.

Michael Johnson: “It has been a dramatic transformation with GB since 2002. I think the real turning point was Charles van Commenee to be honest. He took a tougher approach and that was needed. What I saw before was being OK with mediocrity and now you see athletes coming off the track saying they want more.

Paul Chelimo was disqualified after the end of the 5,000m race, leaving a Bronze for Bernard Lagat.

On the other hand, Bernard Lagat isn’t so sure: “I didn’t know. I gave all I had. I finished and was still smiling to everybody, saying ‘good job’. I wanted to go to the warm up area and cool down, and see my kids. It is hard to imagine. If you finished fourth and somebody stepped on the line once and got no advantage and you finish fourth, do you really want to say ‘gosh, I won the bronze medal because a guy cheated’. To me, I feel like ‘yes, things happen’. I guess if the rules are like that, whatever decision they want to make tonight I’m going to accept it. Then again if they tell me they gave it me by accident and take it back, no problem.

Paula Radcliffe: “The athletes want to get out there and perform. There is a Mo legacy now. We saw Andy Butchart up in fourth and if you had said four years ago that we would have a British guy in fourth place with Mo still winning it, you would not have thought it possible, but it is because he has seen Mo winning it, he has seen how hard he has worked and said that is what I need to do.

Brendan Foster (Olympic Medallist & BBC Athletics Commentator): “The most exciting thing for me is we have never had a British athlete win four gold medals, we will never see that again. That was one of the greatest moments in British sport. He controlled that race tonight. They all came at him but he just holds them off. His racing brain is fantastic. His competitiveness is something we will never see the like of again. We will never see anyone like him again. I will be very surprised if we see him on the Olympic stage again. I think that was his Olympic farewell. If you keep going and going you will eventually get beaten.

Paula Radcliffe: “Mo does not believe he will be beaten. He sees no reason why he can’t be competitive in every race he competes in.

Denise Lewis: “Over the 5,000 and the 10,000 his rivals cannot do it because that title is taken and it is taken by Mo Farah. The measure of his competitiveness is that at the bell he refused to relinquish the position he wanted. It has been a privilege to see how he has progressed from that junior athlete who did not quite make it but the decisions he has made over the last few years, to move to America and do what is needed to achieve success. Absolutely committed.

Paul Chelimo, who was initially disqualified at the end of the Men’s 5,000m event, has officially been reinstated and has won Silver.

Michael Johnson: “Mo Farah has sought out the best he could find to reach his potential. Everyone knew that potential was there. It will have been a difficult decision to leave his coach and go to something different but that is what was needed to achieve his potential. Everyone works hard, but it is also about working smart – finding the things that will really make those marginal gains. Assessing and diagnosing what areas can improve. What else makes Mo special is his race intelligence and ability to show up on the day and deliver the performance he is capable of. He has done that time and time again.

South Africa’s Caster Semenya after winning the Olympic Gold in the 800m event: “It was hard work. After the Olympics I went home, dislocated my knee and was disappointed but I was just patient, worked on my strength and I am happy. Last year at the world championships it was not really a plan to win but prepare for future championships. I was not in a good shape. I am quite happy with how I am doing, the chemistry with the coach and the team is fantastic. Every athletes dream is to win a medal, especially in the Olympics. I will just have to go back home and see what the future has for me.

Denise Lewis: “I think it should never have come into the public domain. It should have been handled behind closed doors and worked with the powers that be. It is not fair for Caster and not fair for the girls because it allows them to have those sort of reactions because it is in the public domain.

Lynsey Sharp, who finished sixth in the Women’s 800m event: “I feel a bit disappointed. I had a lot left at the end but I don’t know if that means I ran it right or had too much left. I came through strong at the end, that was good, but we shall see.

Lynsey Sharp on Caster Semenya’s dominance: “I have tried to avoid the issue all year. You can see how emotional it all was. We know how each other feels. It is out of our control and how much we rely on people at the top sorting it out. The public can see how difficult it is with the change of rule but all we can do is give it our best. I was coming down the home straight, we were not far away and you can see how close it is. That is encouraging. We will work hard and aim to come back even stronger.

Here are the final medal table listings for Day #15:

Country
1

United States
43 37 36 116
2

Great Britain
27 22 17 66
3

China
26 18 26 70
4

Russia
17 17 19 53
5

Germany
17 10 14 41
6

Japan
12 8 21 41
7

France
9 17 14 40
8

South Korea
9 3 9 21
9

Australia
8 11 10 29
10

Italy
8 11 7 26
11

Netherlands
8 6 4 18
12

Hungary
8 3 4 15
13

Spain
7 3 4 14
14

Brazil
6 6 6 18
15

Jamaica
6 3 2 11
16

Kenya
5 6 1 12
17

Croatia
5 3 2 10
18

Cuba
5 2 4 11
19

New Zealand
4 9 5 18
20

Canada
4 3 15 22
21

Kazakhstan
3 5 9 17
22

Colombia
3 2 3 8
23

Iran
3 1 4 8
24

Greece
3 1 2 6
25

Argentina
3 1 0 4
26

Sweden
2 6 3 11
27

South Africa
2 6 2 10
28

Ukraine
2 5 4 11
29

Poland
2 3 6 11
30

North Korea
2 3 2 7
30

Serbia
2 3 2 7
32

Uzbekistan
2 2 5 9
33

Belgium
2 2 2 6
33

Switzerland
2 2 2 6
33

Thailand
2 2 2 6
36

Slovakia
2 2 0 4
37

Georgia
2 1 4 7
38

Denmark
1 6 7 14
39

Azerbaijan
1 4 10 15
40

Belarus
1 4 4 9
41

Turkey
1 3 4 8
42

Armenia
1 3 0 4
43

Slovenia
1 2 1 4
44

Indonesia
1 2 0 3
45

Czech Republic
1 1 7 9
46

Ethiopia
1 1 5 7
47

Romania
1 1 2 4
48

Bahrain
1 1 0 2
48

Vietnam
1 1 0 2
50

Chinese Taipei
1 0 2 3
51

Bahamas
1 0 1 2
51

Côte d’Ivoire
1 0 1 2
51

Independent Olympic Athletes
1 0 1 2
54

Fiji
1 0 0 1
54

Jordan
1 0 0 1
54

Kosovo
1 0 0 1
54

Puerto Rico
1 0 0 1
54

Singapore
1 0 0 1
54

Tajikistan
1 0 0 1
60

Malaysia
0 4 1 5
61

Mexico
0 3 2 5
62

Algeria
0 2 0 2
62

Ireland
0 2 0 2
64

Lithuania
0 1 3 4
65

Venezuela
0 1 2 3
66

Bulgaria
0 1 1 2
66

India
0 1 1 2
66

Mongolia
0 1 1 2
69

Burundi
0 1 0 1
69

Grenada
0 1 0 1
69

Niger
0 1 0 1
69

Philippines
0 1 0 1
69

Qatar
0 1 0 1
74

Norway
0 0 4 4
75

Egypt
0 0 3 3
75

Tunisia
0 0 3 3
77

Israel
0 0 2 2
78

Austria
0 0 1 1
78

Dominican Republic
0 0 1 1
78

Estonia
0 0 1 1
78

Finland
0 0 1 1
78

Morocco
0 0 1 1
78

Moldova
0 0 1 1
78

Nigeria
0 0 1 1
78

Portugal
0 0 1 1
78

Trinidad & Tobago
0 0 1 1
78

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

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

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

Kiribati
0 0 0 0

Kyrgyzstan
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

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

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

Tanzania
0 0 0 0

Timor-Leste
0 0 0 0

Togo
0 0 0 0

Tonga
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 #15’s events have officially come to a close. Please make sure to check back soon for Day #16, the final day of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Thanks to all of you for such a fantastic fifteenth day and I hope and wish all of you a very good night.

Alex Smithson

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