TOKYO, Japan (KAMR/KCIT) — On Thursday’s edition of the Olympic Zone, Gus Kenworthy talks with legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk about skateboarding’s Olympic debut, Natalie Morales explores an immersive art museum blending nature and technology, and a behind the scenes look at the technology deciding those close photo finishes.
Gus Kenworthy talks with legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk about the significance of skateboarding’s Olympic debut before trying out some new tricks on the board.
At the Olympics, dreams of gold can be realized or dashed by a single millisecond. Sam Brock looks at the advanced technology that’s deciding the closest of finishes in track and swimming.
Some members of Team USA wear the stars and stripes every day. Dr. John Torres, a military veteran himself, speaks with athletes in military service about their experience serving their country and representing Team USA.
Jerry Windle, the father of Olympic diver Jordan Windle, shares the story of how he adopted Jordan from Cambodia and kept his son connected to the roots of his birth country.
Natalie Morales visits teamLab Borderless, the immersive art museum in Tokyo with no boundaries, to learn how the unique art exhibits exist at the intersection of nature and technology.
From the women’s 400m hurdles final showdown to another victory for the women’s volleyball team, relive the thrilling performances of Olympic Day 12.