12:00 p.m. — Sailing
We've all raced boats in the bathtub. Well, the stakes are a little higher here for U.S. teammates Annie Haeger and Briana Provancha. The pair, who attended Boston College together, will try to bring home gold in the 470 class.
1:00 p.m. — Women’s Boxing
This will be only the second time that women have fought in the Olympics. Middleweight Claressa Shields won gold in 2012. The heavy hitter from Flint, Michigan, is a good bet to keep her Olympic record perfect.
7:20 p.m. — Track and Field
The winner of the decathlon is considered the best all-around athlete in the world. The two-day, 10-event competition kicks off today. The man to catch is 2012 winner Ashton Eaton of the U.S., who also holds the world record.
6:30 p.m. — Table Tennis: Men’s Team Finals
Talk about an underrated sport. The ball looks like it's traveling at warp speed; watching the athletes catch up to it is incredible. Expect China to dominate. Their players have won 47 medals. The only other country in double digits is South Korea, with 18.
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