Mariana Pajon of Colombia, left, Laura Smulders of the Netherlands, center, and Brooke Crain of the United States compete in the women’s BMX finals Aug., 19, 2016, at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Mariana Pajon of Colombia, left, Laura Smulders of the Netherlands, center, and Brooke Crain of the United States compete in the women’s BMX finals Aug., 19, 2016, at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. VICTOR R. CAIVANO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Mariana Pajon of Colombia, left, Laura Smulders of the Netherlands, center, and Brooke Crain of the United States compete in the women’s BMX finals Aug., 19, 2016, at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. VICTOR R. CAIVANO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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