TOKYO, Japan (KAMR/KCIT) – Day 13 of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics continued with harrowing competition and heartfelt dedication. From Ryan Crouser paying tribute to his late grandfather while breaking his own Olympic record, to Kevin Durant and the U.S. men’s basketball team claiming a second-half comeback victory, here’s what to watch:
Team USA’s men got off to a poor start against Australia, but Kevin Durant and company helped flip the script in the second half to lead the U.S. to victory.
- Men’s Semifinal 1: United States vs Australia (Basketball)
- Women’s 10m Platform – Final (Diving)
- Track: Women’s Keirin Final, Men’s Omnium Points Race, more (Cycling)
- Women’s Semifinal 1: ROC vs United States (Water Polo)
- Session 1: Men’s 20km Walk (Track & Field)
- Women’s Bronze Medal Match: Australia vs United States (Soccer)
- Men’s Combined Final (Sport Climbing)
- Finals: W Pole Vault, M 400; Hep 800, Dec 1500, & more (Track & Field)
- Session 15: Women’s Pole Vault Final (Track & Field)
- Knockout Stage, Game 8: United States vs South Korea (Baseball)
- Session 15: Decathlon Javelin Groups A & B (Track & Field)
- Men/Women Semis, Match 3: Teams TBD (Beach Volleyball)
- Men/Women Semis, Match 4: Teams TBD (Beach Volleyball)
- Women’s Golf Round 3, Part 1 (Golf)
- Women’s Gold Match: AUS (Artacho Del Solar/Clancy) vs USA (April Ross/Alix Klineman) (Beach Volleyball)
- Women’s Semifinal 1: Serbia vs United States (Volleyball)
- Women’s Semifinal 1: United States vs Serbia (Basketball)
- Women’s Combined Final (Sport Climbing)
- Men’s 5th-8th Class. 2: Italy vs United States (Water Polo)
- Finals: M&W 4x100m, M 5K, W 1500, W 400, W Jav & more (Allyson Felix) (Track & Field)
- Women’s Gold Medal Match: Sweden vs Canada (Soccer)
United States forward Megan Rapinoe bent her corner kick straight into Australia’s goal for an “Olimpico” goal, the second one she’s scored in her career in Olympic competition.
The United States baseball team is headed to the gold medal game after 7-2 win over South Korea. The Americans scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and South Korea was never able to catch up.
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.
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