The first two runs of the men’s singles luge kicks off on Saturday, injecting a little bit of extra danger into the 2014 Olympics. The live stream begins at 9:30 a.m. ET.
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Runs 1-2 happen today while the third and fourth take place on Sunday.
The favorite is Felix Loch, 2010’s gold medal winner. Armin Zoeggeler and Albert Demtschenko are expected to be in the running as well.
As far as America goes, it’s generally believed that Chris Mazdzer stands the best chance of giving the U.S. its first singles luge medal.
As expected the U.S. took gold in both men’s and women’s basketball, with the men winning their third consecutive Olympic gold medal and the women running their streak to six straight. But there was a lot more to take in at the basketball venues, including Serbia’s men’s team winning their first Olympic basketball medal (as an independent nation), and Spain doing the same in the women’s bracket.
To watch the top basketball moments of the Rio Olympics, click here.
From Sam Kendrick’s patriotic moment to Usain Bolt’s “triple-triple,” check out the best moments from the 2016 Rio Olympics track and field competition.
You can watch all of these moments here.