I have always had a high regard for marathon runners. It is a long lonely road the marathon, here is a look from all those fans at the marathon in Rio.
— runnermagazine.gr (@RunnerMagazine) August 21, 2016
— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) August 21, 2016
— Bob Dorigo Jones (@BobDorigoJones) August 21, 2016
History was made today as Brazil men’s football team won their first gold medal ever. All the great players who have played for Brazil never have had a gold medal, till now with Neymar being ice man, and putting it in the goal.
Here are some tweets :
My mans Neymar got ice in his veins https://t.co/7vyZNahEbX
— yousef ひ (@YousefAbdeIhay) August 20, 2016
— Joe Fleming (@ByJoeFleming) August 20, 2016
— Giedo van der Garde (@GvanderGarde) August 20, 2016
The goal that put Brazil into the lead going into half-time.
The Contract like Neymar Jr pic.twitter.com/bYz67bHREr
— Chubbziano (@SChubbz) August 20, 2016
Neymar, put Brazil ahead with a free kick that was unstoppable, then worked the crowd into a frenzy.
— Team China (@XHSports) August 20, 2016
— Kingz Sports News (@kingzsport) August 20, 2016
Eliza McCartney 19 years old at her first Olympics pole vaulted her way to a bronze medal right after Usain Bolt made history in the men’s 4X100 relay.
Now usually I will say this about an actor since I am used to spotting talent that somehow go on to become super stars, and I will tell you watch this girl for New Zealand she is going to be a super star.
— Eliza McCartney (@eliza_mac_) August 20, 2016
— Radio Sport (@radiosportnz) August 20, 2016
— Olympics (@Olympics) August 20, 2016
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Tonight is all about Usain Bolt. He's currently on a victory lap around the Olympic Stadium, with the entire crowd largely chanting his name, as he throws lightening bolt after lightening bolt. Incredible.
Bolt romped in what he says is his last Olympic 200-meter race Thursday night, but he finished in 19.78 seconds, more than a half-second short of his world record, the one he said he really wanted to break.
Andre de Grasse of Canada finished second in 20.02, and Christophe Lemaitre of France took the bronze in 20.12.
— Indy Sport (@IndySport) August 19, 2016
— Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) August 19, 2016