ICYMI: Rio Olympics 2016 day nine round-up

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 Rio 2016: Day Nine highlights in 60 seconds

What an incredible day for Great Britain as Andy Murray won gold in the men’s singles tennis final, and Max Whitlock won the first and second gold medals in gymnastics that Great Britain has ever achieved. We can’t forget to mention what the whole world is still talking about—Usain Bolt won the gold in the 100m cementing himself as the fastest runner in the world. Here is the updated medal count:

  1. United States: 69 (26 Gold, 21 Silver, 22 Bronze)
  2. China: 45 (15 Gold, 13 Silver, 17 Bronze)
  3. Great Britain: 38 (15 Gold, 16 Silver, 7 Bronze)
  4. Russia: 30 (9 Gold, 11 Silver, 10 Bronze)
  5. Japan: 26 (7 Gold, 4 Silver, 15 Bronze)
  6. France: 22 (7 Gold, 8 Silver, 7 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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