Rio Olympics Day Two Live Stream – Watch 2016 Games Online
Day Two of the Rio Olympics on Sunday will be filled with tennis, swimming, basketball, volleyball and much more. Gossip Cop has a live stream of the 2016 games below!
As Gossip Cop reported, after the opening ceremony for the 2016 Olympics on Friday, Team USA got to work on Day One in Rio, earning five medals Saturday. The U.S. won its first gold medal in shooting, thanks to Ginny Thrasher. American athletes also won three silver medals in swimming, and another silver in archery. And while the U.S. is currently tied with Japan and China for the most medals, Australia and Hungary lead with the most gold medals, with two apiece.
Coverage on NBC of the Olympics begin at 10 a.m. EST and runs throughout the day and night. Among the sports set to garner the most attention are gymnastics, tennis, volleyball, basketball, cycling and swimming, which might even include the first appearance by the Olympics’ most decorated athlete ever, Michael Phelps. Also, Alexander Massialas could make history on Sunday by becoming the first American foil fencer to take home gold. The Stanford University student is currently ranked the number one foil fencer in the world.
Additionally, athletes will compete on Sunday in rowing, table tennis, shooting, handball, hockey, weightlifting, judo, boxing, rugby, archery, and soccer. Check out the live stream below of Day Two of the Rio Olympics. NOTE: Live stream is no longer available.