13th Aug-2016 Olympics schedule

Olympic 2016 - Aug 13

Tennis: Women's singles medal matches. Serena Williams took gold at Wimbledon in 2012. No singles player has ever repeated as Olympic champion.

Rowing (10:50 a.m.): Women's eight. The U.S. won gold at the last two Olympics and the 2014 World Championships.

Track and Field (10 p.m.): The world's fastest woman will be crowned in the 100m final (9:35). Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce took gold in 2008 and 2012. No woman has won the same individual Olympic track and field event three straight times. The U.S. could have medal threats in the men's long jump and 10,000m (training partners Britain's Mo Farah and American Galen Rupp went one-two in London). Great Britain currently has three medal contenders in the heptathlon that finishes up, including London champion Jessica Ennis-Hill, coming back from child-birth.

Swimming (12 a.m. next dat on Aug 14): The competition concludes with the shortest and longest events (women's 50m free, men's 1500m free) and both medley relays. The U.S. men have never lost the Olympic medley relay. Phelps and Franklin were part of the medley relays at London 2012.

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