Brazilian news outlet Globo is reporting that the site of the Rio 2016 Olympic opening and closing ceremonies has fallen into abandonment, ridden with stray cats, without power, and littered with trash.
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After an amazing run in the pool at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, 16-year-0ld Canadian swimmer Penny Oleksiak will carry her country’s flag into Maracana Stadium for tonight’s Olympic closing ceremonies.
Penny Oleksiak was the most dominant teenager at the 2016 Olympic Games by far, taking home one gold, one silver, and two bronze medals for Canada in the pool.
In response to journalism questioning whether swimmers in certain lanes had a boost in performance, FINA has expressed confidence that the Rio 2016 pool was current-free.
In the men’s race, it’s the last farewell to Phelps who will be fighting alongside his American teammates to take down the British in an event they have never lost at the Olympic Games
The Americans won in an Olympic record giving Phelps is 23rd Olympic gold and sending off the GOAT on top once again.
After all, his ultimate goal wasn’t to be the winningest Olympian of all time. His ultimate goal is to change the sport of swimming forever, and in that, he is the undeniable undisputed number one.
Assuming Michael Phelps isn’t making a comeback down the road, this will be his last individual race ever where he will look to four-peat in this event winning gold number five of these games and 23 all time.