In the first days of the 2016 Rio Olympics, there were some major upsets.
The U.S. won the gold medal in gymnastics in the men’s long jump, while China’s women won gold in wrestling and women’s 400m freestyle relay.
There were some big surprises, too, like the United States’ bronze medal in women’s canoeing and the U.K.’s gold in sailing.
But as we all know, the golds and the bronzes don’t win championships, and that’s what the Olympics is all about.
The Olympics are a time for celebration, of course, but what about the losers?
This year’s Olympics will mark the fourth time in six years that the women’s field will be competing in Rio.
The field will consist of four women and four men: American, Japanese, Chinese and Russian.
The Americans, Japanese and Chinese are all known for their outstanding performance in Rio, which is why we’re particularly interested in their performances at the Olympics.
As we’ll see below, the women are going to have to come up with a lot of new strategies to make up for their lackluster performances this time around.
For starters, it’s a big deal for American fans to see their Olympic gold medalist, Alex Morgan, competing against a woman from the United Kingdom.
Morgan was in Rio with fellow American Amanda Nunes, who won gold at the 2010 Olympics in Beijing.
And it’s no secret that Morgan, who is the reigning Olympic champion, is the favorite to win the women`s singles title in Rio — a title she’s held since 2013.
But what does Morgan have going for her?
Here are some things we want to know:What kind of a game are these women playing?
As you might expect, the Japanese are going for a much more aggressive approach to the games than the Americans and Chinese.
It’s going to be a very physical game and Morgan is the biggest target of the Japanese.
What kind are the Japanese?
The Japanese have been doing some incredible things in the past year and a half, including an Olympic gold in women` s long jump.
That performance was followed by a silver medal in the 400m butterfly.
Then they won the women�s 200m freestyles at the Beijing Games, which set the stage for their best showing ever in the event.
The Japanese also won the men�s and women� s 200m medley events in Beijing in 2015 and 2016.
What are the rules for the women in these events?
The rules for these events are completely different from the rules in the Olympics — the medals will be awarded in a single individual medal, with no individual points awarded for individual performances.
But that hasn’t stopped the Japanese from taking advantage of this.
The women are also going to do a lot better than the U.
“The American team is coming off their biggest performance of the Games in the 200m backstroke, when they swept all five other competitors in a time of 3:11.
The American team has a big edge going into the event, which will be a little harder to pull off.
The rules for rowing are also slightly different, and we’re not sure how that might play out for the Japanese, who are going with a much shorter training program than the American team.
But in all likelihood, this is going to go down to the wire, and it won’t be a particularly close race.
The Japanese women are the favorites, and their performance at the Olympic Games was not a fluke.
In fact, it was the first time the Japanese team had won the medals at the Games.
They have been in Rio for two weeks and will be looking to go for the first Olympics gold medal since 1912.
But they may not have the best of a lot going for them.