Appearing in his third Olympic Games, archer Brady Ellison attempts to win the first individual archery medal for the U.S. since the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.
That’s one of the highlights from a slew of early morning starts at Day 7 of the Rio Olympics.
American badminton will be well-represented on Friday, with Howard Shu facing world superstar Tommy Sugiarto amongst a bevy of matches.
Water polo, archery, and fencing also move into Day 7.
Badminton — 7 a.m. EDT
Howard Shu (USA) vs. Tommy Sugiarto — 7 a.m. EDT
Chew-Pongnairat (USA) vs. Goh/Tan — 7 a.m. EDT
Lee-Obanana (USA) vs. Pedersen-Ritter/Juhl — 2:30 p.m. EDT
Chew-Subandhi (USA) vs. Kazuno/Kurihara — 2:30 p.m. EDT
Wang (USA) vs. Santos — 6:30 p.m EDT
Rowing — 7:30 a.m. EDT
Water polo — 8 a.m. EDT
USA men vs. Montenegro — 10:40 a.m. EDT
Archery — 8 a.m. EDT
Fencing — 8 a.m. EDT