TOKYO, Japan (KAMR/KCIT) — Check out all the segments from Tuesday’s edition of the Olympic Zone, on and off the field including an interview with someone from what could be Tokyo’s most dangerous job.
Olympic snowboarder Gus Kenworthy and gymnast Laurie Hernandez become fast friends as they discuss the “twisties,” Suni Lee and whether Gus has a future as a gymnast.
Sprinter Noah Lyles shares how his mother’s strength and support have inspired him on his Olympic journey.
Anne Thompson shares the story of track star Wadeline Jonathas, who immigrated from Haiti with her family as a child, experienced homelessness in the U.S., and is now making her Olympic debut in Tokyo.
With no spectators allowed in Tokyo, loved ones of the Olympic athletes are forced to watch from home. Natalie Morales speaks with families about how technology allows them to cheer on their champions.
It could be Tokyo’s most dangerous job: window washer at the Skytree tower. Rutledge Wood speaks to one of the window washers to learn what it’s like when your office is 2,080 feet in the air.
Relive the thrilling performances from Day 10 of the Tokyo Olympics.