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After three days of getting up early, I got to sleep in Tuesday. And it felt nice.
Wednesday was quite the interesting day. I learned how to write a sailing story and watched Brazil finally look like the team everyone thought they were.
Thursday was an interesting day. I ended up getting a fencing story together despite issues getting into the mixed zone. And I learned that cycling track is one heck of a sport.
Well, Friday wasn’t a great day with soccer bowing out and U.S. men’s basketball struggling against Serbia. But a new type of hot dog helped even the day out.
Saturday presented another long day and more challenges and a guy who never showed up to do interviews. Fun.
After eight days of competition, I finally got to tell a medal story. Weightlifter Sarah Robles became the first U.S. women to take a medal in the competition since 2000.
On Monday I ventured out to the diving stadium. What I got was wind, cold, divers struggling to adjust to the weather and a 700-word recap.
Tuesday ended up being a pretty light day. After the past couple of weeks we’ve had, that’s fine by me.
Wednesday was a light day, but it certainly wasn’t light on excitement or history.
I had almost nothing to do on Thursday which made it the perfect time to shop at the mega store in the park. Remember folks: don’t judge a book by its cover.
Only two days of competition remain in the Rio Olympics. The end is very near.