We're down to the final days of the London Olympics. I can hardly believe it's almost over! Not to worry, there are still legends to be made in the last three days and plenty of medals getting handed out today.
Here's a look at what you can't miss:
The United States only has Argentina left to beat before the gold medal round on Sunday. The US beat Argentina by nearly 30 points on Monday, if that's any indication of how this game is expected to go.
The men climb the ladder to the 10 meter platform for the qualifying rounds. These events should come with a warning label for people who have a fear of heights! Nick McRory who finished two places short of qualifying for Beijing is one of two Americans competing. The other American, David Boudia, finished 10th in Beijing in the 10m platform and has his sights aimed on gold.
Alex Meyer is the only American competing in the 10 kilometer marathon swimming contest. He's swimming in honor of a friend who drowned in competition two years ago. This is sure to be an emotional race for him.
The finals in the men's 80 kilogram and the women's 67 kilogram events are today. American Steven Lopez already has two golds and a bronze. He's looking for one more gold to reach legendary status as the most decorated fighter in the sport.
Track and Field
The last thing you want to do is get between a woman and a spear. Don't tell these ladies they throw like girls. The final in the women's javelin throw is today. Primetime coverage also includes the finals in the men's 4X400 relay and the women's 4X100 relay.
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