FIRST AIRED: August 16, 2016

Nice work! Enjoy the show!


You’re busy. We get it.

Stay on top of the news with our Editor’s Picks newsletter.

US Edition
Intl. Edition
Unsubscribe at any time. One click, it’s gone.

Thanks for signing up!



>> Simone Biles slipping on the beam Monday, crushing her dreams of taking home a historic five gold medals in a single Olympic Games. Biles outshined by a member of her own US Women's Gymnastics Team, Laurie Hernandez, the youngest member of the group, winning silver, while Dutchwoman Sanne Wevers took home the gold.
Biles held onto bronze for her fourth medal at the Rio Games, she was disappointed in her routine, but happy to take home a medal. And a dramatic ending for the Women's 400-meter final. Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas throwing her body across the line to edge out American Allyson Felix and clinch the gold in 49.44 seconds.
North Korean Ri Se-gwang captured the gold in the vault, the first of his countrymen to do so in his Olympic debut, while Brazil won its first athletics gold as Thiago da Silva won the vault final. A crash on the cycling track mid-race, gold medalist Elia Viviani recovering to win the omnium but refusing to blame Britain's Mark Cavendish for the wreck.
Cavendish is the former World Road champion, finally on the podium after missing out in the past two games. The Egyptian judo team is sending home Islam El Shehaby over his refusal to shake the hand of Israeli Or Sasson at the end of their bout. He lost the fight on Friday and the Olympics Committee says his behavior goes against the rules and spirit of the games.
Finally, at least three people were injured when a TV camera felt to the ground from its cable suspension, crashing down on bystanders outside the Olympic basketball arena. Medics on the scene took one victim away on a stretcher, while another walked away wearing a neck brace.