(WFXR) — Simone Biles returns to competition in her only medal event of the Tokyo Games. Norfolk’s Keyshawn Davis assures himself of a medal after winning his quarterfinal bout. And a rivalry race in the men’s 400m hurdles lives up to the hype.
Plus, as Old Dominion University alum Caine Wilkes gets set to compete in the heavyweight class of men’s weightlifting, Nexstar reporter Marielena Balouris explains how his path to Tokyo included a detour to Hawaii.
And we look ahead to the athletes to watch on the track in Day 12 of competition at the Summer Games.
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