Complete coverage from Day 15 of the Tokyo Games.
Today's top stories, updated medal count, TV schedule and top pics from Tokyo:
American gold bonanza as Tokyo Olympics near end
The second to last day of competition at the Tokyo Olympics produced a gold medal bonanza for the United States.
The Americans kept up their domination in men's basketball and women's water polo with gold medal victories in both on Saturday, and Allyson Felix won her 11th career medal with a gold one as part of the U.S. women's winning 4x400-relay team.
And the American men finally delivered a sprint gold medal in the 4x400-relay, the final track race of the Tokyo Games.
The Perseverance Games: Surreal Olympics approach their end
The cauldron will be snuffed Sunday on the exhausting, enlightening, sometimes enraging 2020 Tokyo Olympics — held, actually, in 2021. These are the Games that were to be tolerated, not celebrated.
They will be both.
Imperfect but not impossible, these Olympics — willed into existence despite a pandemic that sparked worldwide skepticism and hard-wired opposition from Japan's own citizens — just might go down as the Games that changed sports for good.
SUNDAY'S TV SCHEDULE
All times Eastern
2 a.m., CNBC — Finals
12:30 a.m., USA — Women’s final (U.S. vs. Brazil)
12:30 a.m., CNBC — Men’s bronze medal match — CNBC
3:30 a.m., USA — Men’s final
7 a.m., Peacock (live)
8 p.m., NBC