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Colombian Mariana Pajon's long reign as queen was ended, and on a day in which several favorites were involved in crashes, Dutchman Niek Kimmann won men's gold.
Fields crashed last Friday during a semifinal heat at the Tokyo Olympics. He was rushed to a hospital's intensive care unit after he'd suffered a brain hemorrhage and broken rib.
United States BMX racer Connor Fields, who crashed and suffered a head injury during competition at the Tokyo Olympics, will be released from St. Luke’s International Hospital in Tokyo on Thursday, Aug. 5.
The defending gold medalist crashed during a semifinal heat on Friday. He suffered a brain hemorrhage and a broken rib, and spent the night in intensive care.
Katie Ledecky made more history for the U.S. in the pool.
A message posted on Facebook said the 28-year-old, who crashed in the third run of his semi-final heat, was "cogent and communicative when awakened."
The reigning gold medalist slammed into the turn coming off a jump and was hit by two other riders.
Fields, who took gold in BMX racing at the 2016 Olympic Games, came down wrong from a jump and suffered a horrific crash. A Team USA doctor says Fields is stable and awaiting further evaluation.
The Tokyo Games got their first swimming individual world record and a fast start to the track competition on Day 7 of the Olympics.
American favorite Connor Fields crashed heavily in the third run of his semi-final in the Olympic men's BMX race on Friday and was taken off the track on a stretcher.
The U.S. Olympic mixed relay team has been reinstated after originally being disqualified and will compete in Saturday’s final.