ICYMI: Rio Olympics 2016 day eleven round-up

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Simone Biles Wins Her Fouth Gold

Simone Biles won her fourth gold medal on the gymnastics floor, Jamaica’s Omar McLeod won the country’s first ever 110m hurdles gold medal with a time of 13.05 seconds, and Canada’s Derek Drouin snagged gold in the men’s high jump, clearing a height of 2.38 meters to beat the competition. Catch up on the current medal count below:

  1. United States: 84 (28 Gold, 28 Silver, 28 Bronze)
  2. China: 51 (17 Gold, 15 Silver, 19 Bronze)
  3. Great Britain: 50 (19 Gold, 19 Silver, 12 Bronze)
  4. Russia: 38 (12 Gold, 12 Silver, 14 Bronze)
  5. France: 29 (7 Gold, 11 Silver, 11 Bronze)
  6. Japan: 29 (7 Gold, 4 Silver, 18 Bronze)

Kate Wilke is the content manager at 301brands, and she's the editor of, and the lifestyle editor at When she's not paddle boarding or skiing, she's informing someone about global warming (or cats) over a local double IPA. Follow her on Instagram — @kateewilke

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