WATCH: What to Watch in Rio: Day 11

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RIO DE JANEIRO (WOLO) — The U.S. is still topping the leader board in Rio de Janeiro.

Team USA has the most medals, with 75 total.  Twenty-six of those medals are gold.

China, Great Britain, Russia and Japan still round out the top five countries with the most medals.

Tuesday Medal Count


Gymnast Simone Biles is looking to add to her medal count Tuesday.  She took home the bronze in Monday’s balance beam final, but is going for gold in the women’s floor exercise final.  Biles and teammate Aly Raisman were the top two qualifiers.

Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross are looking to advance to the gold medal match in beach volleyball.  The pair will take on Brazil in the women’s semifinal Tuesday night.

Usain Bolt is back on the track Tuesday.  He’ll need a strong finish in the men’s 200-meter qualifying, in order to make it to Wednesday’s semifinals.


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