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6 To Watch: Bolt Goes For Gold in 200M Final

Here are 6 things to be on the lookout for during Day 13 of the Rio Olympic Games

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    6 To Watch: Bolt Goes For Gold in 200M Final
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    Usain Bolt races for his second gold medal of the Games, Team USA's Basketball team takes on France in the semis, and Adeline Gray and Helen Maroulis attempt to win Team USA's first gold medal in women's wrestling.  All that and more on Day 13 of the Rio Olympic Games.

    Usain Bolt of Jamaica rests after the Men's 200m round 1 within athletics event of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Aug. 16, 2016.
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    BOLT RACES FOR 2nd GOLD OF GAMES

    Usain Bolt attempts to capture his second gold medal in Rio as he competes in the men’s 200m final.

    HOW TO SEE IT: Coverage of track and field begins at 5:35 p.m.  Bolt's race is scheduled for 9:30 p.m. ET

    Elena Delle Donne (left) and Brittney Griner (right) of United States celebrate after defeating Japan during the Women's Quarterfinal match on Day 11 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Carioca Arena 1 on Aug. 16, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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    TEAM USA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TAKES ON FRANCE IN SEMIS

    Team USA women’s basketball will face France with a spot in the gold medal match on the line.

    After a slow start in the quarterfinals against Japan, the U.S. went on an 8-0 run to close the second quarter and eventually won 110-64.

    With their 47th straight Olympic win, the U.S. now faces France, which has never beaten the U.S. in Olympic play.

    HOW TO SEE IT: Catch Team USA in its quest to best France live online at 6 p.m. ET

    USA's Shakur Stevenson fights Brazil's Robenilson De Jesus during the Men's Bantam (56kg) match at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Riocentro - Pavilion 6 in Rio de Janeiro on Aug. 14, 2016.
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    SHAKUR STEVENSON BACK IN THE RING

    New Jersey native Shakur Stevenson advances to gold medal match after forfeit.

    U.S. Olympian Adeline Gray visits the USA House at Colegio Sao Paulo on Aug. 5, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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    ADELINE GRAY AND HELEN MAROULIS ATTEMPT TO WIN TEAM USA’S FIRST GOLD IN WOMEN’S WRESTLING

    Adeline Gray was a strong candidate for the 2012 London Games, but her 67kg (148 lbs) weight class was not an Olympic division at the time. Forced to drop down to a lower weight class, Gray shed 30 pounds in order to compete in the Olympic Trials, but only managed a runner-up finish and did not qualify.

    After a tough defeat in the final round of the U.S. Olympic Trials in 2012, Helen Maroulis bounced back to attain a world #1 ranking in her weight class. In the ramp-up to the Rio Olympics, the six-time national champion finally broke through for her first career world title in 2015.

    HOW TO SEE IT: Gray and Maroulis hope to win for the U.S., which has never had a woman win an Olympic gold in wrestling. Catch the elimination rounds coverage live online beginning at 9 a.m. ET.

    In this handout photo released by the International Triathlon Union, Great Britain's Jonathan Brownlee and Alistair Brownlee hit the run on the 2014 ITU World Triathlon Yokohama on Saturday May 17, 2014 in Yokohama, Japan. The Brownlee brothers finished fourth and fifth in Japan, the first time in World Triathlon Series history that both brothers have started and not one of them has finished with a medal.
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    THE BROWNLEE BROTHERS RACE TO DEFEND OLYMPIC MEDALS IN TRIATHALON

    Britain's Brownlee brothers won Olympic medals againin the men's individual triathlon on Thursday. 

    Alistair Brownlee successfully defended his gold medal from the 2012 London Olympics. Jonathan, his younger brother, who won the bronze in 2012, earned silver on Thursday. 

    The three Americans competing in the race finished far behind

    USA's Ashton Eaton competes in the Men's Decathlon Long Jump during the athletics event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Aug. 17, 2016.
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    ASHTON EATON CONTINUES QUEST TO DEFEND OLYMPIC GOLD IN DECATHLON

    Oregon-native Aston Eaton became the first decathlete to win the IAAF Athlete of the Year award after breaking his own decathlon world record. Now he’s looking to become the repeat decathlete Olympic champion.

    HOW TO SEE IT: Catch Eaton in his quest to defend his Olympic gold live online as decathlon coverage begins at 8:30 a.m. ET