Play games and pop popcorn with background music 105. Find words in license plates, or find the alphabet in order 118. play board games with your date’s family CHURCH RELATED 124. Here’s a daily look at potentially intriguing events (all times Eastern): Friday, Aug.5 — Opening Ceremony The Olympics will open at the famed Maracanã, though preliminary soccer matches will be played the preceding two days, as has been the case since 2000.THIS IS AN OUTDATED VERSION OF SCHEDULE HIGHLIGHTS.NEW VERSION HERE The complete Rio Olympic competition schedule was released Tuesday, allowing Games fans to start setting up their viewing schedules for August 2016.Regardless of their names, girls love hockey players.
Drive out to the desert and spell words with rocks 41. Carrie and Mike, Hilary and Mike, Willa and Mike...What is it with girls and hockey players named Mike?The Opening Ceremony will be highlighted by the Parade of Nations and cauldron lighting, the final torch bearer always a closely guarded secret. has qualified into the team final at the last four Olympics and put two men in the all-around final at the last three. The first rugby medals since 1924 will be awarded, though this is the first time rugby sevens has been part of the Olympics. The men’s 200m free final also takes place, an event Michael Phelps won in 2008 and Ryan Lochte won at the 2011 World Championships. 9 — Day 4 Winner Simone Biles of the US reacts as a bee (R) buzzes past during the awards ceremony of the women’s all-around final at the gymnastics world championships in Nanning on October 10, 2014.(Of note, the final torch bearer has actually been multiple people at the last three Olympics, so it will be interesting to see if Rio ends that streak.) Saturday, Aug. Historically, the top eight nations qualify for the team final, the top 24 gymnasts competing on all six events make the all-around final (maximum two per country) and the top eight per event make each of the six apparatus finals (maximum two per country). Swimming (9 p.m.): The women’s 4x100m freestyle relay could be another U. The Aussies broke the world record at last summer’s Commonwealth Games. Swimming (9 p.m.): The 100m backstroke finals could include both defending U. AFP PHOTO/KAZUHIRO NOGI (Photo credit should read KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP/Getty Images) " data-medium-file="https://nbcolympictalk.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/biles2.jpg? 10 — Day 5 Gymnastics (3 p.m.): Men’s all-around final. could put two women on the podium, and as of today two-time reigning World champion Simone Biles is a heavy favorite.