Best moments of Rio Olympics 2016, Day 7: From Singapore's first medal to USA's third defeat

All the best action in photos of the Day 7 of Rio Olympics.

FP Sports August 13, 2016 18:07:59 IST
Best moments of Rio Olympics 2016, Day 7: From Singapore's first medal to USA's third defeat
Best moments of Rio Olympics 2016 Day 7 From Singapores first medal to USAs third defeat

Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana started the athletics segment of the Rio 2016 Olympics by smashing the women's 10,000 metre world record. Reuters

Best moments of Rio Olympics 2016 Day 7 From Singapores first medal to USAs third defeat

Robson Conceicao of Brazil celebrates after winning his bout against Hurshid Tojibaev of Uzbekistan. Reuters

Best moments of Rio Olympics 2016 Day 7 From Singapores first medal to USAs third defeat

Goalkeeper Hope Solo of USA reacts after losing to Sweden in the women's football quarterfinal. Reuters

Best moments of Rio Olympics 2016 Day 7 From Singapores first medal to USAs third defeat

Alexey Cheremisinov of Russia celebrates winning gold medal. Reuters

Best moments of Rio Olympics 2016 Day 7 From Singapores first medal to USAs third defeat

Katie Ledecky of USA competes on her way to winning the gold and setting a new world record. Reuters

Best moments of Rio Olympics 2016 Day 7 From Singapores first medal to USAs third defeat

Joseph Schooling of Singapore celebrates after winning Men's 100m Butterfly Final. Reuters

Best moments of Rio Olympics 2016 Day 7 From Singapores first medal to USAs third defeat

Rafael Nadal and Marc Lopez of Spain celebrate they won men's doubles gold. Reuters

 

 

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