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Puerto Rico has been competing under its own flag in the Summer Olympics since 1948, and in the Winter Olympics since 1984.Prior to the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, Puerto Rico’s athletes have garnered a total of 2 Silver and 6 Bronze medals …Below is NBCUniversal’s full TV schedule for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, subject to change. Croatia (LIVE) AM- PM: Men’s Cycling – Road Race (LIVE); Swimming – Qualifying Heats (LIVE) - PM: Rowing – Qualifying Heats; Men’s Beach Volleyball – Gibb/Patterson (U. Jefferson/Cherif (Qatar) (LIVE) -6 PM: Women’s Volleyball – U.

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As we all know by now, the 2016 Summer Games of the XXXI Olympiad are being held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from 05 August to 21 August 2016.

For 16 days, over 11,000 athletes representing 205 countries will compete in 42 different sporting categories.

“We are delighted to confirm our 77-strong squad for Rio 2016, the first ever Olympic Games in South America.

“I am personally very excited about what we can achieve in Brazil; this will be the best prepared Team Ireland to ever attend an Olympic Games.

However, they all bowed to IOC pressure and sent female athletes to London.

Now every national Olympic committee has sent women to the Olympic Games, a small step.

COPUR oversees Olympic sports on the island, and it selects the teams that will represent Puerto Rico in the Olympic Games. Today, it serves as a training facility, as well as a public use athletic, recreation, and activity center.

It has facilities for shooting, mountain biking (MTB), cycling, boxing, swimming, gymnastics, martial arts, baseball, soccer, and track & field events.

The full team is as follows: Athletics Robert Heffernan - 50km and 20km men’s race walk Brendan Boyce - 50km and 20km men’s race walk Alex Wright - 50km and 20km men’s race walk Lizzie Lee - women’s marathon Fionnuala Mc Cormack - women’s marathon and 10,000m Breege Connolly - women’s marathon Mick Clohisey - men’s marathon Paul Pollock - men’s marathon Kevin Seaward - men’s marathon Mark English - men’s 800m Thomas Barr - men’s 400m hurdles Ciara Everard - women’s 800m Ciara Mageean - women’s 1,500m Kerry O’Flaherty - women’s 3,000m steeplechase Michelle Finn - women’s 3,000m steeplechase Sara Treacy - women’s 3,000m steeplechase Tori Pena - women’s pole vault Badminton Scott Evans - men’s singles Chloe Magee - women’s singles Boxing Michael Conlan - men’s 56kg Paddy Barnes - men’s 49kg Joe Ward - men’s 81kg Stephen Donnelly - men’s 69kg Brendan Irvine - men’s 52kg David Oliver Joyce - men’s 60kg Katie Taylor - women’s 60Kg Michael O’Reilly - men’s 75kg Cycling Dan Martin - men’s road race Nicholas Roche - men’s road race Shannon Mc Curley - women’s keirin Equestrian eventing, dressage and jumping Equestrian eventing Clare Abbott with Euro Prince Jonty Evans with Cooley Rorke’s Drift Mark Kyle with Jemilla Padraig Mc Carthy with either Simon Porloe or Bernadette Utopia Travelling reserve: Camilla Speirs with Portersize Just A Jiff (HSI Financed) Equestrian dressage Judy Reynolds with Vancouver K Equestrian jumping Greg Broderick with MHS Going Global Golf Padraig Harrington - men’s golf Seamus Power - men’s golf Leona Maguire - women’s golf Stephanie Meadow - women’s golf Gymnastics Kieran Behan - artistic gymnastics all-around Ellis O’Reilly - artistic gymnastics all-around Hockey Jonny Bell Chris Cargo Peter Caruth Mitch Darling Paul Gleghorne Kyle Good Ronan Gormley David Harte (captain) Conor Harte John Jackson John Jermyn Eugene Magee Shane O’Donoghue Alan Sothern Kirk Shimmins Michael Watt Reserves Tim Cockram Michael Robson David Fitzgerald Modern pentathlon Arthur Lanigan-O’Keeffe Natalya Coyle Rowing Sinead Lynch - women’s lightweight double sculls Claire Lambe - women’s lightweight double sculls Paul O’Donovan - men’s lightweight double sculls Gary O’Donovan - men’s lightweight double sculls Sanita Puspure - women’s single sculls Sailing Annalise Murphy - Laser Radial Finn Lynch - Laser Ryan Seaton - 49er Matt Mc Govern - 49er Andrea Brewster - 49er FX Saskia Tidey - 49er FX Swimming and diving Fiona Doyle - women’s 100m and 200m breaststroke Oliver Dingley - men’s 3m springboard diving Nicholas Quinn - men’s 100m and 200m breaststroke Shane Ryan - men’s 100m backstroke; 50m and 100m freestyle Triathlon Aileen Reid - women’s triathlon Bryan Keane - men’s triathlon And below is the full schedule of when Irish athletes will compete: SATURDAY, AUGUST 6TH 12.30 Rowing Women’s single sculls - Sanita Puspure Men’s cycling road race, Dan Martin and Nicholas Roche the Irish riders, course should suit Dan Martin who could win a medal.

Gymnastics Men’s individual starts, will include Kieran Behan Hockey India v Ireland Boxing 49kg preliminaries start which will include Paddy Barnes.

Dan Patrick and Rebecca Lowe will anchor daytime across NBC and NBCSN. France (LIVE); Beach Volleyball – Preliminary Round; Men’s Water Polo – Spain vs.

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