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People dressed as birds form the Christ the Redeemer statue
Performers don bird costumes and organize into the shape of the Christ the Redeemer statue.

U.S. men win three straight sets to win bronze vs. Russia
Down 2-0, the U.S. men’s volleyball team rattled off three straight sets to steal the bronze medal from Russia.

Shields: ‘I’m one of the great boxers to ever live’
Team U.S.A.’s Claressa Shields wins her second consecutive boxing gold medal and proclaims that she is “one of the greatest boxers to ever live.”

The Olympic flame is extinguished, ending the Rio Games
The Olympic flame is extinguished at the Closing Ceremony , ending the Rio Games

Modern pentathlon riders struggle with unfamiliar horses
Riders struggle to command their horses in the show jumping portion of the modern pentathlon.

U.S. Army reservist hears national anthem, stops mid-attempt
Track and field athlete Sam Kendricks is running towards an attempt at the pole vault in the qualifying round, until he hears the national anthem. Kendricks immediately stops what he’s doing to sing along.

U.S. wrestling’s Frank Molinaro gets bitten by opponent
Team U.S.A.’s Frank Molinaro gets bitten by Ukraine’s Andriy Kvyatkovskyy in his repechage win to advance to the bronze medal match.

Three U.S. women control the podium at 100m hurdles ceremony
Brianna Rollins (gold), Nia Ali (silver) and Kristi Castlin (bronze) receive their medals at the women’s 100m hurdles medal ceremony.

Maroulis makes history, beats legendary Yoshida to win gold
Team U.S.A.’s Helen Maroulis upsets three-time defending gold medalist Saori Yoshida from Japan to become the first U.S. woman to win a wrestling gold medal.

Defending champ Burroughs of the U.S. upset in quarterfinals
U.S. wrestler Jordan Burroughs, the reigning Olympic champion in the men’s freestyle wrestling 74kg division, lost his quarterfinal match with world No. 2 Russia’s Aniuar Geduev.

U.S.’ Lewis records 11 birdies, sits one back of leader Park
Team U.S.A.’s Stacy Lewis records 11 birdies on the day to shoots a 63, leaving her one shot back of leader Inbee Park of South Korea after the second round.

Race walker Diniz courageously finishes after collapsing
Leading for much of the race, Yohann Diniz of France battled stomach issues and collapsed, but he refused to stay down.  After not finishing at the last two Olympics, Diniz heroically managed to finish the race.

A bird’s-eye view of Bolt’s dominant 200m gold performance
A bird’s-eye view of Usain Bolt’s dominant 200m gold performance, his third consecutive gold in the event.