ICYMI: Rio Olympics 2016 day ten round-up

Shaunae Miller Dives for 400m Gold

Shaunae Miller took a head first dive to win gold in the women’s 400m final. Allyson Felix would’ve had her fifth gold medal, but Miller beat her by 0.07 seconds. Simone Biles was also close to winning five gold medals, but ended up with bronze after a mistake on the balance beam. Find out more from day ten here, and see the medal count below:

  1. United States: 75 (26 Gold, 23 Silver, 26 Bronze)
  2. China: 46 (15 Gold, 14 Silver, 17 Bronze)
  3. Great Britain: 41 (16 Gold, 17 Silver, 8 Bronze)
  4. Russia: 35 (11 Gold, 12 Silver, 12 Bronze)
  5. Japan: 27 (7 Gold, 4 Silver, 16 Bronze)
  6. France: 24 (7 Gold, 9 Silver, 8 Bronze)

This article originally appeared on OutwardOn.com.

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