The games are coming, and there’s a whole lot of things that need to happen before they’re over.
Here’s what you need to know: What is the Olympic pool?
The Rio de Janiero Olympic Pool, officially known as the Para Jirão (Lake of Joy) Aquatic Complex, is a 2.4-mile (3.4 km) lake located just outside of Rio de Decio, on the outskirts of the city.
The lake is home to more than 100 aquatic events.
The Games began with a few races on a beach and later moved to the water and on the grassy plains where swimming is practiced.
Athletes have been competing in a series of events for years, and they are competing to take home medals at the Rio Games.
The first-ever swimming event was held on July 1, 2017.
The athletes had to swim under artificial lighting and in the shade.
The opening ceremony was held in Rio in June 2018, and the Olympic team won a bronze medal.
In 2020, the swimming event moved to a grass-covered surface, which the athletes had a lot more fun swimming.
This year, the water surface has been improved and now includes artificial lighting, improved lighting and a new grass surface for the swims.
Who won the Rio 2016 Winter Games?
The United States finished fourth, with Canada finishing fifth.
They were joined by Russia, Italy and South Korea.
Russia beat the United States by two points in the final pool.
In the women’s final, Canada defeated the United Kingdom by one point.
The women won the men’s and the men won the women and men’s medals.
Who finished first in the women?
The US won the Winter Games in January 2018.
It was the fourth-best performance in Olympic history.
The US team won the medals by a combined score of 2:46.3 to 2:47.4.
Canada finished second, with an overall score of 3:13.3.
The UK won the silver medal with a score of 1:38.8.
Germany, which won the bronze medal in the men in 2020, finished third, with a total score of 6:07.4 and a gold medal in women’s diving.
South Korea was fourth, at 6:17.4, with the bronze in women in diving finishing fifth, with bronze in swimming finishing sixth.
The men’s team, which was led by South Korean star Park Sung-hwan, finished fifth, taking home silver in the pool.
The 2016 Rio Olympics were the first in which the medal totals were determined at the end of the pool, instead of at the start of the event.
This was a big step in the right direction for the Games, as it gave the medal count at the finish of each event a more accurate representation of the total pool size.
Who will win the Rio Olympics?
The top two finishers from each event will compete for gold medals at Sunday’s games.
The United Kingdom and Canada will compete in the Men’s 400-meter freestyle, while the United states and Russia will compete on the Women’s 100-meter butterfly.
The world record for a swimming event is 10.7 meters (33.4 ft.), which is a record held by Japan.
Canada and the US will also compete in men’s freestyle and women’s 100 meters freestyle.
The top-three finishers in each event, as well as the gold medals in each, will be decided by the official results.
The two men and three women in each of the events will receive the gold, silver and bronze medals in the individual medley relay.