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Rio Olympics, Day 10

On the 10th day of the Olympics, a runner won gold by diving across the finish line, fans booed the judges' decision in favor of a Russian boxer, and a weightlifter known as "the Pride of Uzbekistan" brought home his country's first Olympic medal in the sport. Here are some of the highlights from August 15.
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Evgeny Tishchenko of Russia (left) and Vassiliy Levit of Kazakhstan box in the men's heavyweight final. The judges awarded Tishchenko the gold in a unanimous decision that was met with booing from the crowd. 
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Evgeny Tishchenko of Russia (left) and Vassiliy Levit of Kazakhstan box in the men's heavyweight final. The judges awarded Tishchenko the gold in a unanimous decision that was met with booing from the crowd. 

Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas dives over the finish line to win the gold in the women's 400-meter. The dive was a legal move that gave the runner an advantage of a fraction of a second.
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Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas dives over the finish line to win the gold in the women's 400-meter. The dive was a legal move that gave the runner an advantage of a fraction of a second.

Sanne Wevers of the Netherlands competes in the women's balance beam final.
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Sanne Wevers of the Netherlands competes in the women's balance beam final.

Ruslan Nurudinov, known as the "Pride of Uzbekistan," won gold in the men's 105-kilogram division, delivering his country its first-ever Olympic medal in weightlifting. 
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Ruslan Nurudinov, known as the "Pride of Uzbekistan," won gold in the men's 105-kilogram division, delivering his country its first-ever Olympic medal in weightlifting. 

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