RIO DE JANEIRO — The Latest from the 2016 Summer Olympics at Rio de Janeiro (all times local):
UPSET ALERT: Talk about a tournament changer. Top seed and world record holding archer Kim Woojin of South Korea has been beaten by a player ranked 29th in the world.
Indonesia archer Riau Ega Agatha beat Kim 6-2 in the round of 16 during the men's event at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Kim was a heavy
Both Kim and Ega Agatha seemed stunned after the match, with Kim quietly answering questions from reporters and at times gazing off as Ega Agatha was all but at a loss for words.
Two of Russia's top track and field athletes have failed in a bid to have their ban from the Olympics put on hold by a Swiss court.
Sergei Shubenkov, the world 110-meter hurdles champion, tells Russian media he and two-time Olympic pole vault gold
Shubenkov tells Russia's state Tass news agency that this refusal "is just the first step" and that it "doesn't in any way stop us from further actions," but doesn't say what he might do next.
Russia was banned from international track and field, including the Olympics, in November over widespread doping.
The United States claimed its second straight win against a top-three team in women's field hockey, beating No. 3 Australia 2-1 on Monday.
Michelle Vittese and Caitlin van Sickle scored for the Americans, who defeated No. 2 Argentina 2-1 in their Olympic opener on Saturday.
United States goalie Jackie Briggs had six saves and had four saves on the four penalty corners she faced. The crowd chanted, "Jackie! Jackie!" after the match.
The fifth-ranked Americans, who lead Pool B with six points, moved closer to qualifying for the quarterfinals. The top four teams in each six-team pool advance.
The Americans dealt a major blow to Australia. The Hockeyroos dropped their opener to Britain 2-1 on Saturday and now have no points with three pool play matches remaining.
Kenya has two wins in the first three days of the Olympic boxing tournament.
Peter Mungai won his light flyweight bout and celebrated by dancing in the ring. African nations are often outclassed in boxing because the traditional infrastructure isn't there to groom young fighters.
Mungai said he learned to fight with his bare hands before he could find a pair of boxing gloves.
"When I found some gloves, it was amazing," he said, smiling. "With bare hands, it was like an assault. It was just like a fight, not a sport."
Rayton Okwiri won a bout for Kenya over the weekend and Benson Gicharu, the third member of the team, fights later Monday.
The 35-year-old Mungai, only 5-foot-5, defeated 21-year-old Chinese fighter LV Bin and beamed as his trainers danced on the ring apron in jubilation.
"I just wanted to be a winner," Mungai said. "Now, I'm a winner."
Robert Wangila was the last Kenyan to win Olympic gold in 1988 in Seoul, Korea
The Institute of National Anti-Doping Organizations is applauding the decision by Paralympics officials to ban the entire Russian delegation.
NADO chair Doug MacQuarrie said Paralympic officials, "rightly put principles before politics in making this most difficult decision."
Russia is planning on appealing the ban, which was announced Sunday.
Novak Djokovic's first-round Olympic exit has left Serbia in tears, not only the No. 1 tennis player.
Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic offered on Monday a few words of consolation: "Thank you Novak!"
Djokovic shook his head and placed his palm over welling eyes on his way to the locker room after his 7-6 (4), 7-6 (2) setback Sunday night against Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina.
Vucic says Djokovic's tears "show how much he loves his country."
Vucic says, "I thank him for everything he has done for Serbia."
Djokovic can still win a medal for Serbia at the Olympics in Brazil as he plays doubles with Nenad Zimonjic.
Representing Serbia means a lot to Djokovic, who led his country to a Davis Cup title and carried its flag at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Games. He won bronze at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad made history Monday by becoming the first American to compete in the Olympics wearing a hijab.
Muhammad, sporting a plain black Muslim head scarf under a red, white and blue mask, was a winner in her opening bout in the women's sabre tournament, beating Olena Kravatska of Ukraine 15-13.
Muhammad, ranked eighth in the world in her weapon, will next face ninth-ranked Cecilia Berder of France.
The first golf shot in 112 years at the Olympics will be struck by the lone Brazilian player in the men's field.
Adilson da Silva was selected to tee off first Thursday at the Olympic Golf Course, and the International Golf Federation did not stop there. Also in the opening threesome is Graham DeLaet of Canada and Byeong Hun An of South Korea.
IGF President Peter Dawson said DeLaet was chosen for the first group because Canada is the defending champion. George Lyon won the gold medal in St. Louis is 1904 when golf was last part of the Olympic program.
An has the strongest Olympic ties. His parents won medals in table tennis at the Seoul Games in 1988.
This time they stayed in the boat.
Serbian rowers Milos Vasic and Nenad Bedik, who capsized in their first race in Rio, are through to the semifinals in the men's pair after placing second in the repechage, a last-chance qualifying heat, on Monday.
Vasic and Bedik ended up in the water on Saturday when their boat overturned in choppy waters on the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon.
Conditions were much calmer on Monday and the Serbs crossed the finish line without incident behind Netherlands pair Roel Braas and Mitchel Steenman.
Australian cyclist Richie Porte is headed home after breaking his right scapula during a crash in the Olympic road race, two days before he was supposed to race for gold in the time trial.
Porte's trade team BMC Racing said Monday the rider was examined at Vitoria Hospital in Barra and was returning home to recover. Doctors are optimistic the bone will heal without surgery.
Porte is one of the world's best in the time trial.
The weekend road races were marked by several horrific crashes, including one that left Dutch cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten with a concussion and three fractures to her spine.
It took only 46 seconds for Brazil's Rafaela Silva to score the country's first judo win on Monday.
In a first-round match against Germany's Miryam Roper, Silva went out quickly on the offensive and within 15 seconds, had flipped Roper once to score. To chants of "Brazil," the 11th-ranked Silva kept charging at her opponent and just 30 seconds later, managed to get another strong grip for a second throw. The two throws were enough to give Silva an ippon victory, which ends the fight automatically.
At the London Games, Silva was disqualified for an illegal leg grab. Silva is Brazil's first female world champion and one of the country's strongest medal hopes; Brazil narrowly missed out on bronze medals on the first two days of the competition.
Canada's Penny Oleksiak has produced both her and her country's second medal of the Rio Games in as many days.
The 16-year-old from Toronto won a silver medal in the 100-meter butterfly on Sunday and swam the anchor leg of the women's 4 x 100 freestyle that earned bronze on Saturday.
There may be more medals on tap for the teen sensation with the 4 x 200 relay and women's 100-meter freestyle races coming up Wednesday and Thursday at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
Canada's goal at the Rio Games is a top-12 ranking among countries in total medals won. The Canadian team won 18 medals — including one gold — four years ago in London.
The U.S. women's eight has entered the Rio Olympics rowing competition in dominating style, winning its heat several boat lengths ahead of the Netherlands.
The double Olympic champions won the race Monday in 6 minutes, 6.34 seconds, a whooping eight seconds ahead of the Dutch boat. Romania was third in 6:16.24.
The U.S. has won 10 consecutive world and Olympic titles in the women's eight since 2006, a dynasty that is unmatched in most team sports.
The rowing competition resumed in calm and overcast conditions after races were
The seeds for many of the medals the U.S. track team hopes to win in Rio de Janeiro were planted at a training
USA Track and Field lets its athletes use "Track Man," a computerized tracking device that sports fans might recognize from watching golf on TV. The program can trace the trajectory of shot puts and hammers to allow athletes who throw them to keep track of how high and far they go.
Phil Cheetham, senior sport technologist for the U.S. Olympic Committee, says the program's immediate feedback "is proven to help you improve technique much more quickly."
The U.S. track organization says it spent $850,000 on sports science in 2015, including technology like "Track Man." That figure will be $1.25 million in 2016 and $2 million annually from 2017-2020.
The Philippines is celebrating the silver medal won by weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz at the Rio Olympics — a happy break to the Southeast Asian nation's 20-year medal drought.
Diaz won the women's 53kg weightlifting competition on Sunday.
President Rodrigo Duterte sent his congratulations to Diaz, an Air Force soldier, saying she brought
The three-time Olympian's medal is the Philippines' first since boxer Mansueto "Onyok" Velasco won silver at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
Finger-waving is usually reserved for mothers, grandmothers and Dikembe Mutombo, but an American swimmer's finger-waving over a Russian swimmer's drug cheating is heating up the Olympic Aquatics Stadium.
United States breaststroker Lilly King on Sunday aimed her comments and finger wag at Russia's Yulia Efimova, the world champion who was approved to compete at the Rio Olympics only Saturday after a previous ban for doping.
When Efimova waved a finger after her semifinal, King leaned back and gave her own version toward Efimova's face on a TV monitor. King then qualified fastest for the eight-woman final in 1 minute, 5.70 seconds, just ahead of Efimova's time of 1:05.72.
Lilly told reporters "if that's what she feels she needs to be able to compete, whatever, that's her deal ... I'm here to compete clean for the U.S."
She and King square off in the 100-meter breaststroke final Monday night, swimming next to each other.
World swimming body FINA has not explained why it restored Russian swimmers with previous doping ties to the Rio Olympics at the last minute.
Officials for Australia and China are jumping into the fray as a feud over doping between swimmers Mack Horton and Sun Yang keeps boiling at the Rio Olympics.
The Chinese Swimming Association on Monday asked Horton to apologize for his "inappropriate words" after he labeled Sun a "drug cheat" — a reference to Sun's three-month 2014 suspension over banned heart medication.
Australia's Olympic Committee, hours later, shot back in Horton's
Horton, 20, made the dig at Sun while the two attended a press conference on Sunday after Horton unseated the Chinese defending champion in the 400-meter freestyle.
The swimming feud has escalated the war-of-words between Australian and Chinese national media, which have been squabbling over geopolitical tensions.
Eight sports will be awarding 14 gold medals Monday at the Rio Olympics in events ranging from artistic gymnastics to diving, fencing, judo, rugby sevens, shooting, swimming and weightlifting.
Swimming alone will hand out four gold medals — in the men's 200
Medals in rugby will be awarded for the first time in 92 years as the top four women's sevens teams in the world — Australia, Canada, Britain and New Zealand — compete.
Michael Phelps is not content with a record 19th gold medal — he's aiming for more.
The American superstar swims in the preliminaries of the men's 200
American Katie Ledecky crushed her own world record in the 400 freestyle Sunday night, touching nearly 5 seconds ahead of her closest pursuer. On Monday, she and world record holder Federica Pellegrini of Italy are among those swimming in the women's 200
Russia's Sofya Velikaya and Ukraine's Olga Kharlan are among those to watch as the women's sabre medal matches are held Monday in Rio de Janiero.
History will also be made as U.S. team member Ibtihaj Muhammad becomes the first American to compete in the Olympics wearing a hijab.
The men's gymnastics team finals are taking place Monday with teams from China, the United States, Russia, Japan, Britain, Brazil, Ukraine and Germany.
While Japan has been a
The sometimes raucous atmosphere of the preliminaries in Rio de Janeiro was tempered, however, by a sobering reminder of the sport's ever-present danger when French gymnast Samir Ait Said broke his left leg while trying to land a vault.
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