PALM DESERT, Aug. 18, 2016 – The modern Olympic Games are more than 100 years old and yet the U.S. trio of Bianna Rollins, Nia Ali and Kristi Castlin did something new. They swept the medals in the 100 m Hurdles, the first time one country had done that. More Olympic history in Rio.
The Sports Examiner has full coverage of the Rio Games with your guide to Day 13, with the U.S. continuing to pile up the points in our unofficial team scoring of the Games, plus previews of all 25 Thursday finals across 11 sports.
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