WATCH: What to Watch in Rio: Day 14

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RIO DE JANEIRO (WOLO) — We’re in the home stretch of the summer games.

Team USA is breaking triple digits when it comes to the medal count.

The U.S. is bringing home 100 medals from Rio de Janeiro so far.  Thirty-five of those medals are gold.

Great Britain is close behind China, taking 56 medals total to China’s 58 medals.

Rounding out the top five countries with the most medals are Russia and Japan.

Friday medal count


Here’s what to watch on Day 14 of the games:

Usain Bolt has another shot at history.  He’ll be running for Jamaica in Friday’s 4×100 meter men’s relay.

Team USA women will go for gold in the 4×100 meter relay race on Friday.

Team USA is also looking to take home its first medal in the women’s 5,000-housand meter final.

The men’s basketball team is just one game away from the gold medal match-up.

They’ll be playing Spain Friday.  If they win, Team USA will face the winner of the Australia-Serbia game on Sunday.

There’s a surprise in soccer.  The underdog team, Sweden, is looking to beat Germany in Friday’s women’s gold medal match.

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