10. DAY OH: The Sprinters continue to rule Bolt, Hradecká mix, Štěpánek has bronze

Athletic competitions at the Olympic Games have been the first spectacular night, with two peaks. The prelude to the expected final for 100 meters brought the quarterback. South African Van Niekerk finished 43.03 seconds in the final, surpassing the 17-year-old world record. Jamaican Sprinter Bolt added his seventh gold Olympic medal to his collection. In Beijing 2008 and London 2012, he won a hundred, double track and a four-hundred-meter relay. Now he put a good base for another hattrick – 100 meters in Rio was dominated by 9.81.

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The track of the marathon has Eva Vrabcová-Nývltová behind. The personal record did not overcome and reached 26.” (read more here) ” I’m happy, “she said behind the target,” it’s a result I can post for which I do not have to be ashamed. >

Attention of Czech sports fans was heading – again – to tennis courts. Lucie Hradecká and Radek Štěpánek won the bronze medal in mixed doubles. Indian couple Sania Mirza, Rohan Bopanna played 6: 1, 7: 5 (more here) .

“It sounds like gold! We have bronze, but we feel completely gold, “said Radek Štěpánek (interview with the bronze pair).

A marvelous battle was won by British singles Brit Andy Murray and Juan Martín del Potrem from Argentina.Murray won and became the first player in the history of the games to defend his triumph in singles.

17-year-old shooter Filip Nepejchal did not qualify in any three- but he finished the 21st and scored his best result on the games (read about the shooting competition here).

Soňa Bernardová and Elizabeth Dufková competed in synchronized swimming of couples. In the qualification, after the free program, the 12 best pairs (more here) will be moved to the finals after the free program.

The girl with a boulder once again glowed at the gymnastic stadium. Simone Biles after the triumphs in the multiboy and the cooperatives has already won the third gold medal in Rio.The dream of the first five places still lives (Read about gymnastics here)