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Rio Olympics, Day 11
August 17, 2016
Several countries – including Armenia, Georgia, Serbia, and Ukraine – scored their first gold medals of the Rio Olympic games on August 16, although some of the events did not pass without controversy.
Oleh Vernyayev winning gold for Ukraine in the men's parallel bars.
Davor Stefanek of Serbia and Migran Arutyunyan of Armenia compete in the final of the men's Greco-Roman 66-kilogram wrestling. Stefanek took gold.
Artur Aleksanyan of Armenia defeated Cuba's Yasmany Daniel Lugo Cabrera to take gold in the 98-kilogram wrestling final.
U.S. gymnast Simone Biles competes in the final of the women's floor event of the artistic gymnastics, where she took a fourth gold medal.
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