Rio Olympics Live Stream Day 16: Watch 2016 Games Online!
The Rio Olympics 2016 comes to an end with Day 16 on Sunday, but Gossip Cop has a live stream to watch the remaining events and closing ceremonies. Check it out below!
As Gossip Cop reported on Saturday, the U.S. Women’s basketball team won the gold once again. That was just one of the many highlights during the Rio Olympics. Among the many memorable moments were the U.S. women’s gymnastics team winning the gold medal during the all-around finals, followed by Olympics newcomer Simone Biles winning three more golds and a silver in individual events.
In the pool, Michael Phelps kicked off his fourth Olympic games with a gold in the men’s 200-meter butterfly final. It marked his 20th gold and 24th overall medal. By the end of the Rio Olympics, Phelps had 23 gold medals and a collection of 28 overall medals. On the women’s side, Katie Ledecky became a household name after she won four golds and a silver swimming in Rio.
There were scores of other great stories from the 2016 Olympics as well, including Usain Bolt winning three gold medals for the third time in a row at the Olympics. Much like he did in Beijing and London, in Rio Bolt again won the 100-meter final, the 200-meter final, and the 4x100M relay for what’s known as the “triple triple.”
On its final day, there are still a number of events, including wrestling, boxing, handball, rhythmic gymnastics, and the men’s marathon. But the two most widely anticipated events are the men’s volleyball match in which the U.S. and Russia will play for the bronze, and the men’s basketball final between Team USA and Serbia. The U.S. men’s basketball team is expected to win the gold for the third Olympic games in a row.
The last day of the Summer Games kicks off at 8 a.m. EST. Gossip Cop will have full coverage of the final competitions of the Summer Games on Sunday as well as the Closing Ceremony at night. Watch Day 16 of the 2016 Rio Olympics in the live stream below! NOTE: Live stream is no longer available.