Rio Olympics Live Stream Day Eight – Watch 2016 Games Online!
The 2016 Rio Olympics is now in Day Eight. Check out the live stream below to watch Saturday’s games!
As Gossip Cop reported, Friday’s Day Seven marked another gold medal win for Katie Ledecky, this time in the women’s 800-meter freestyle race. Not only did she win by a large margin, but she also broke her own world record by two seconds. Meanwhile, Michael Phelps won silver in the men’s 100-meter butterfly match, the first time he’s had to settle for second place during this year’s Olympics.
What’s more, though, is that Phelps tied with two others for the silver medal. He’ll get one more chance to win gold tonight as part of the men’s 4×100-meter relay race. That will be part of NBC’s night coverage, along with three other swimming finals.
During the day, NBC will be broadcasting events in track and field, water polo, rowing, beach volleyball and more. Team USA will take on France in men’s volleyball this afternoon. And among those finally making their Rio debut today are Usain Bolt, who will be running in round one of the men’s 100-meter at 11 a.m.
As for other networks, soccer, fencing, golf, tennis and basketball will all be on-air. Check out the live stream below! NOTE: Live stream is no longer available.