The top figure skaters from the Sochi Olympics will take part in a special exhibition this morning at the Iceberg Skating Palace. You can watch the gala on NBCOlympics.com starting at 11:30 a.m. ET.
The main part of the show will feature the top six finishers from the men’s and women’s events, as well as the top five finishers from pairs and ice dancing.
Team USA will be represented in the gala by Gracie Gold, who finished fourth in the ladies’ competition, and Meryl Davis and Charlie White, your new Olympic ice dancing champions.
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Fans will also get to see the other gold medalists in Sochi: Adelina Sotnikova (ladies), Yuzuru Hanyu (men’s), and the duo of Tatiana Volosozhar and Maksim Trenkov (pairs).
CLICK HERE AT 11:30 A.M. ET for the last figure skating show of the Games.
Spanish basketball star Pau Gasol is the latest athlete to announce publicly thoughts about skipping the Rio Olympics due to the Zika virus.
Gasol, a two-time Olympic silver medalist, held a press conference and wrote a column in Spanish newspaper El Pais titled “Olympic dream or medical nightmare?” on Monday.
“Returning to Spain after eight months in the United States, I am struck by how few people in Europe are talking about the Zika virus and its consequences,” Gasol wrote in the column. “From my conversations with both U.S. and Spanish experts, my conclusion is that Zika is a much bigger and more serious threat than we think.”
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London Olympians Nic Long and Alise Post became the first members of the 2016 U.S. Olympic BMX team by capturing bronze medals at the World Championships in Medellín, Colombia, on Sunday.
Long, eliminated in the London Olympic quarterfinals, earned his first World Championships medal.
He finished third in Medellín behind France’s Joris Daudet and the Netherlands’ Niek Kimmann, the latter just missing in a bid to become the first BMX rider to repeat as World champion since the sport was added to the Olympic program in 2008.
Post, tearfully eliminated in the London Olympic semifinals, earned her third World Championships medal.
She was second for most of the final behind eventual Colombian winner and 2012 Olympic champion Mariana Pajón and was passed by Australian Caroline Buchanan on the final straight.
The U.S. can send two women and three men to Rio in BMX.
Long and Post bring the entire list of U.S. athletes qualified to Rio to 147 members.
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