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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Day 13 of the Rio Games features medal action in track and field, beach volleyball, platform diving, wrestling and more. Here are some things to watch (all times local):TRACK AND FIELDUsain Bolt should be lining up for gold medal No. 8 at 10:30 p.m. in the 200 meters and the biggest drama may not be whether he wins, but whether he cracks the once-thought-untouchable 19-second barrier. He already owns both the world record at 19.19, and Olympic record at 19.30.Among those who will challenge him include Canadian Andre De Grasse, who was on Bolts shoulder for much of the semifinal Wednesday night, and LaShawn Merritt of the U.S. De Grasse won bronze to Bolts gold in the 100.American Justin Gatlin -- who won silver in the 100 and was booed at that event -- failed to qualify in semis.Mens decathalon medals will be awarded after the 1500m finals, which start at 9:56 p.m. The athletes day starts with 110m hurdles (9:30 a.m.), discus (10:25 a.m.), pole vault (1:25 p.m.), javelin (6:45 p.m.) American Ashton Eaton is leading in points after the first day of events. Damian Warner of Canada, beat Eaton in a 100-meter heat and set an Olympic decathlon best 10.30 seconds in the process.In the womens 400 hurdles at 10:15 p.m., the Americans try to capture their first Olympic gold in the event. Dalilah Muhammad is the favorite, but Ashley Spencer is running well.The 30-year-old Kerron Clement tries to add a gold medal in the 400 hurdles, which start at noon. He won a silver in the event at the 2008 Beijing Games (and had a cameo in a Beyonce video ). Jamaicas Annsert Whyte has the second best time of the year.At 9:31 p.m., South Africas Caster Semenya runs in the 800 semis at 9:31 p.m. Semenya has been under unwanted scrutiny ever since word leaked in 2009, just before she won the 800-meter world title as a 19-year-old, that track officials mandated that she undergo sex testing.The shot put finals, starting at 10:30 p.m., are Joe Kovacs to lose. The American has four of the top five best throws in the world this season.The womens javelin finals are at 9:10 p.m.BASKETBALLThe U.S. will most likely be without star guard Sue Bird when they face France in the semifinal at 7 p.m.Bird suffered a sprained knee capsule and is listed as day-to-day. Even without the four-time Olympian, the Americans still have the most potent offense in the tournament, averaging over 104 points a game. They have won 47 consecutive games in the Olympics and stand two victories away from a sixth straight gold medal.The game is a rematch of the 2012 London Games gold medal match, which the Americans won by 36 points. France had its own injury at point guard when star Celine Dumerc hurt her ankle right before the Olympics began.Earlier, at 3 p.m., Spain plays Serbia.The gold medal game is Saturday afternoon.BEACH VOLLEYBALLThe mens finals at 11:50 p.m. pit two-time Olympians Paolo Nicolai and Daniele Lupo of Italy against Brazils Alison and Bruno , who is the nephew of the nations basketball icon Oscar Schmidt.The Italians beat Russias Viacheslav Krasilnikov and Konstantin Semenov 15-21, 21-16, 15-13 on Tuesday night.Alison and Bruno, the No. 1 seed in the tournament, are the defending world champions and the hometown favorites.GOLFThe second round of womens play starts at 7:30 a.m.Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand takes a one-shot lead into the second round of play when golf resumes at 7:30 a.m. Her 6-under 65 has her one shot ahead of South Koreans Inbee Park and Seiyoung Kim.Jutanugarn is a four-time winner coming off her first major at the Womens British Open.VOLLEYBALLThe top-ranked American women look to move one step closer to a first gold when they take on Serbia in the semifinals at 1 p.m. The landscape of the tournament changed after two-time defending Olympic champion Brazil made an early exit at Chinas hands.Serbia lost in four sets to the U.S. during pool play but pulled off a surprising five-set victory at last years World Cup in Japan that forced the Americans to qualify for Rio in January.China will face the upstart Netherlands women, who are leaving their mark in Rio playing in their first Olympics in 20 years. They play at 10:15 p.m.WRESTLINGThree-time world champion Adeline Gray is a heavy favorite in the 75-kilogram weight class, while Helen Maroulis is a serious medal contender at 53 kilograms.Grays top challenger will likely be Aline Da Silva Ferreira, a silver medalist from the world championship in 2014 wholl no doubt be backed by a boisterous home crowd.Maroulis, who won a world title at 55 kilograms in 2015, will find herself up against the toughest opponent of her career if she and Japans Saori Yoshida reach the finals.Yoshida is a 16-time world champion -- including three Olympic titles -- and she hasnt lost in a major tournament in years. But Yoshidas margins of victory have shrunk in recent tournaments, and Maroulis hasnt lost a match in two years.The qualification matches start at 10 a.m.BOXINGU.S. bantamweight Shakur Stevenson is scheduled to face Russias Vladimir Nikitin at 2:30 p.m. for a spot in the gold-medal bout, although Nikitin might be unable to fight after taking serious damage in his hotly disputed win over Irelands Michael Conlan two days earlier.Three Cuban boxers appear in the final four fights, culminating in Julio Cesar La Cruzs gold-medal light heavyweight bout with Kazakhstans Adilbek Niyazymbetov at 3:30 p.m.DIVINGChinas dominance at the diving pool shows no signs of waning as the 10-meter platform finals approach at 4 p.m.Si Yajie and Ren Qian went 1-2 in the preliminaries Wednesday, setting themselves up to challenge for Chinas sixth diving gold medal of the Rio Olympics.Si scored no lower than 76.50 in any of the five rounds and posted the top score of 397.45 points. Ren was a bit off on her third dive but still claimed the second spot at 385.80.No one else was even close. Jessica Parratto of the United States took third at 346.80.The top 18 move on to Thursdays semifinals at 10 a.m.FIELD HOCKEYThe gold medal mens match features two surprises with Belgium taking on Argentina at 5 p.m.The Argentines humiliated Germany, the defending two-time champion, by a record 5-2 to get through the semis. And the Belgians beat the Netherlands 3-1 to break an 80-year streak of never losing to the neighbor in major competition.BMX CYCLINGMaris Strombergs of Latvia begins his quest for a third straight gold in BMX racing when the mens quarterfinals begin.Nicknamed The Machine, Strombergs is the only man to win BMX gold since the cycling event was added to the Olympics as a medal sport in 2008 in Beijing. 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Hes a veteran of the UK independent wrestling scene despite his young age, traveling those roads along with Zack Sabre Jr. and their fellow British Cruiserweight Classic competitor, Jack Gallagher.As Sabre joked to ESPN, Noams still so young -- it depresses me how young and beautiful he is, and talented, and handsome.?The comment elicited a laugh from Dar when ESPN repeated it to him in a later interview.I paid him money to say that! said Dar. Hes such a great person to be around. Hes also talented, wonderful and handsome and whatever he said about me, Ill reciprocate that.There is clearly a deep friendship between the trio, and they didnt reach the shores of the United States for the Cruiserweight Classic by sheer luck, or a favor. British wrestling legend Robbie Brookside, now a trainer at the WWE Performance Center, reserved special praise for this group of competitors.The presence of these three UK natives, and their success to this point in the tournament, is part of a growing British presence within the WWE.Dar, Sabre Jr and Gallagher have been made to feel incredibly comfortable in the presence of NXT trainers Brookside and William Regal -- another of British wrestlings most famous exports -- at Full Sail University and the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.?It almost feels like we have a home-field advantage, in a sense, Dar told ESPN. Theyre two guys that me, Zack and Jack look up to massively. They also came from the same scene we came from. They know whats required to make the transition from the British wrestling scene into the international market.Despite the experience all three men had long before they entered the Cruiserweight Classic, a chance to step through the ropes of the Performance Center ring and train under the watchful eyes of two British wrestling legends has been an invaluable experience.ddddddddddddWe feel like weve got a wee bit of an upper hand [in the Cruiserweight Classic], continued Dar. The British support and coaching staff has been fantastic.Sabre agrees wholeheartedly, as the advice he has received from Regal and Brookside has made his trip to the States 100 percent worth it.To have that validation, support and advice, their outlook ... Who better to inspire you? Sabre told ESPN. Robbie had such an incredible, long career. Regal has taken over America. Hes such an incredible wrestler but he was able to create such a great character for himself, he transcended both approaches to pro wrestling. Hes a big idol of mine.The WWE Cruiserweight Classic represents a seismic shift in the way the WWE presents content. The vast majority of talent brought in for this event is not under a WWE contract, and wrestlers have been brought in from all over the world in an effort to fully represent as many different styles as possible in the ring.Its served as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for all involved -- especially Dar, Sabre and Gallagher.Now is the time for international presence to be felt in WWE, said Dar. The UK scene would be one of the first ports of call to show off. The UK scene back here wrestlingwise is fantastic. Hopefully me, Zack and Jack can be a good advertisement for it, and represent the UK in WWE.Its the first Cruiserweight Classic, Sabre added. There are three Brits in there, and I feel were all showcasing British wrestling in a positive light -- modern British wrestling, but were all indebted to our history. I feel very proud to be part of that team. 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