The Latest: Olympic diving pool open after cleaning closure

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) The Latest on the Olympics being held in Rio de Janeiro (all times local):

1:20 p.m.

The Olympic diving pool has reopened for practice after it was closed for cleaning.

Some divers say they arrived Friday morning only to find out the pool with murky green water was closed.

Now divers are plunging off the boards ahead of the women's 3-meter springboard, which begins later in the day.

1:20 p.m.

Russia will face France in Friday night's men's team foil finals after rallying to beat the U.S. 45-41.

The Americans went into the final match of the nine-bout semifinals ahead 40-39 and with top-ranked Alexander Massialas set up as the closer.

But Massialas was routed by Alexey Cheremisinov, who scored six quick touches to send the Russians through.

The U.S. will face Italy in the bronze medal match in search of its fourth Olympic medal in men's team foil.

1:20 p.m.

This is the end of wild, shirt-ripping celebrations in the men's discus?

Defending Olympic and triple world champion Robert Harting missed out on Saturday's final when he finished only 15th in qualifying with a throw of 62.21 meters, 47 centimeters shy of a place in the final.

The outspoken German known for his anti-doping views is best remembered across the world for his antics when he wins. If he doesn't roar and rip his shirt off, he might be celebrating by jumping the hurdles with a national flag aloft.

He missed last year through injury and has found it tough to come back this season.

Piotr Malachowski of Poland was the top qualifier with 65.89.

Harting's younger brother Christoph went through as third.

1:15 p.m.

In a bittersweet victory that came down to a measurement in the final round, American Brady Ellison knocked off fellow countryman Zach Garrett 6-4 to advance to the quarterfinals in the men's individual archery at the Rio Games on Friday.

Ellison went into the final round with a narrow 5-3 lead and the pair tied 29-29 to give the No. 2 seed the victory. The two were forced to wait anxiously as judges measured how close to center they were.

Ellison will face Japan's Takaharu Furukawa in the quarterfinal round. The No. 7 seed defeated Spain's Liebana Rodriguez 7-3 to advance.

Australia's Taylor Worth will face Korean Ku Bonchan in the quarterfinal round. Worth advanced with a 7-3 win over Spaniard Antonio Fernandez and Ku defeated Germany's Florian Floto 6-4.

Italian Mauro Nespoli cruised past Indonesia's Riau Ega Agatha 6-0 to face Frenchman JC Valladont, who swept Thailand's Witthaya Thamwong 6-0.

Korea's Lee Seungyun will take on the Netherland's Sjef van den Berg after defeating India's Atanu Das 6-4. Van den Berg squeaked Chile's Ricardo Soto 6-5.

1:15 p.m.

The Polish Weightlifting Federation says that it has received information from the Commission Against Doping in Sport that Adrian Zielinski, who won a gold medal at the London Olympics in 2012, has tested positive for a performance-enhancement substance, nandrolone.

The federation said on its website on Friday that the sample was taken from Zielinski on July 1 during a competition in Poland.

Polish media are reporting that Zielinski will not be allowed to compete at Rio and that he is preparing to return to Poland.

He is quoted as denying having taken banned substances and said he has no idea how the substance could have been found in his body.

The Polish Weightlifting Federation says he has a legal right to a B sample.

Earlier in the week Zielinski's brother Tomasz, also a weightlifter, was also sent home from Rio after testing positive for nandrolone, a steroid.

12:35 p.m.

The IAAF has suspended the Kenyan Olympic track team's manager over allegations that he sought bribes from undercover reporters to protect athletes from doping tests.

The IAAF says Friday that Michael Rotich, who was sent home from the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro last weekend, is suspended for 180 days while the track governing body investigates.

He is the fourth athletics federation official in Kenya to be put under investigation for attempting to cover up doping.

Also Friday, the athlete caught up in a second Kenyan doping scandal at the Olympics says he has ''explained everything.''

Ferguson Rotich, who ran on the opening day of track and field in Rio, is being investigated after a coach was found with his accreditation and pretended to be the runner at a doping test.

12:15 p.m.

France's Teddy Riner – the most successful judoka of all time – is through to the semifinals of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

The heavyweight Riner, who has not lost a match since 2010, defeated Brazilian hopeful Rafael Silva in the quarterfinals on Friday, with a single throw that was ultimately enough to win; Silva did not score.

Top-ranked Riner holds a record-holding eight world championships and also took the Olympic title at the London Olympics. He will face Israel's fifth-ranked Or Sasson in the semifinal on Friday afternoon.

Sasson defeated Egyptian fighter Isalm El Shehaby in the first round; El Shehaby refused to shake Sasson's hand in a breach of judo etiquette and was called back to the mat by the referee, where he gave a perfunctory bow of his head. El Shehaby was loudly booed on exiting the arena.

11:45 a.m.

MEDAL ALERT : Almaz Ayana of Ethiopia set a world record in the 10,000 meters with a stunning solo run to win the first gold medal of the athletics program. Vivian Cheruiyot of Kenya took silver.

Ayana finished in 29 minutes, 17.45 seconds. The old record of 29: 31.78 of China's Wang Junxia stood since 1993.

At 24, Ayana is now poised to become the next dominating long-distance runner and is also going for gold in the 5,000 meters next Friday. She is unbeaten this season.

Tirunesh Dibaba took bronze, missing out on the chance to become the first woman to win three individual gold medals in a row.

11:40 a.m.

Britain's rowing team has clinched a second consecutive gold in Rio by winning the men's four ahead of Australia.

It was the country's fifth consecutive Olympic title in an event that's become as British as afternoon tea.

Alex Gregory, Mohamed Sbihi, George Nash and Constantine Louloudis were in a tight race with Australia's four with only two-tenths of a second separating the crews at the half-way mark.

But the Australians fell back in the latter half of the race as the Brits won by nearly two seconds. Italy got the bronze.

Britain has won a total of nine gold medals in the men's four. The only country that has more Olympic titles in a rowing event is the United States, which has 12 in the men's eight.

11:35 a.m.

Germany's Henri Junghaenel has captured gold in men's 50-meter prone rifle after an impressive shooting display.

Junghaenel, a four-time All-American at the University of Kentucky, hit a near-perfect 10.8 four times in his first Olympics to outlast South Korea's Jonghyun Kim. Junghaenel briefly lost the lead to Kim late in the finals, but closed out gold with a 10.7 and 10.4 on his final two shots to finish 1.3 points ahead of Kim.

Kim tied Russian's Kirill Grigoryan in the bronze medal round and hit a perfect 10.9 to win a win shoot-off to take silver.

The 24-year-old Grigoryan hit 9.7 on his final shot to earn bronze.

11:30 a.m.

Usain Bolt's parents are confident he will defend his titles in both the 100 meters and 200 meters at the Rio Olympics.

Wellesley and Jennifer Bolt visited their son Thursday night in the Athletes Village and asked him if he was healthy and prepared for his final Olympics. Bolt pulled out of his national championships last month with a sore hamstring, but has insisted he's fine to compete in Brazil.

Jennifer Bolt said when she asked her son if he was ready to go Sunday, he said: ''Mom, if I wasn't ready, I wouldn't be here because I'm not into the losing thing. I'm ready.''

Bolt is trying to win the 100, 200 and 4×100 relay – which he has in the last two Olympics – to close his career with nine gold medals.

11:25 a.m.

British rowers Helen Glover and Heather Stanning have successfully defended their Olympic gold in the women's pair.

The Brits, world champions in the event, came out of the blocks the quickest and never lost their lead on the 2-kilometer course.

New Zealand's Genevieve Behrent and Rebecca Scown were in last place after 500 meters but fought back to grab the silver ahead of Denmark's Hedvig Rasmussen and Anne Andersen.

The United States remains without rowing medals in Rio after Felice Mueller and Grace Luczak dropped to fourth place after a strong start.

11:10 a.m.

Pierre Houin and Jeremie Azou won France's first rowing gold medal at the Rio Olympics, beating Ireland and Norway to the finish line in the lightweight men's double sculls.

The French world champions led the race from start to finish but the Irish and Norwegian crews came dangerously close in the final 50 meters.

Just 69 hundreds of a second separated the winners from bronze medalists Kristoffer Brun and Are Strandli of Norway.

11:05 a.m.

Valerie Adams of New Zealand is on track for her third Olympic gold medal in a row, qualifying for late Friday's final of the shot put on her first attempt.

With the qualifying mark set at 18.40 meters, Adams threw 19.74 meters. German world champion Christina Schwanitz also needed one attempt only, and went through with 19.18. Michelle Carter of the United States was the only other competitor breaking the 19-meter mark with 19.01.

No woman has ever won three individual Olympics golds in a row. Before Adams' final, Tirunesh Dibaba of Ethiopia also has a shot at the feat when she starts in the 10,000 meters final later in the morning session.

11 a.m.

A Dutch judge has rejected gymnast Yuri van Gelder's legal bid for reinstatement in the Netherlands' Olympic team in time to compete in Monday's rings final.

The brief written decision by Judge Ronald Boonekamp, can be appealed, but in a text message to The Associated Press, Van Gelder's lawyer said there is ''No time'' to appeal ahead of the final.

The decision followed a high-stakes hearing Friday in a packed courtroom in the eastern city of Arnhem that was the latest twist in 33-year-old Van Gelder's turbulent sports career which, alongside his 2005 world title, has also featured a ban for cocaine use and being dropped from a Dutch World Championships team for alleged drug use.

Van Gelder had argued he was unfairly thrown out of Rio by team managers on Monday for late-night drinking and missing an early morning training session.

10:55 a.m.

Much like four years ago, defending champion Jessica Ennis-Hill kicked off the heptathlon competition with a strong performance in the 100-meter hurdles. In a direct clash with her rival Brianne Theisen-Eaton of Canada, the Briton easily dominated and won the heat in 12.84 seconds, the only competitor to beat the 13-second mark. Akela Jones of Barbados came in second in 13, with Theisen-Eaton finishing sixth in 13.18.

In the cold and wet conditions at the Olympic Stadium both were well off their personal best. Another huge difference for Ennis-Hill compared to her home Olympics in London four years ago was the crowd. Instead of 80,000 cheering her on, the 60,000-capcity stadium was only about a quarter full.

10:55 a.m.

Ilse Paulis and Maaike Head of the Netherlands have won the gold medal in the lightweight women's double sculls.

The lead kept changing in a close race that saw the Dutch sprint away from the rest in the final 500 meters.

Canada's Lindsay Jennerich and Patricia Obee got the silver and China's Huang Wenyi and Pan Feihong the bronze.

Double world champions Sophie MacKenzie and Julia Edward missed the podium in fourth place under rainy skies on the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon.

10:50 a.m.

Egyptian judoka Islam El Shehaby was loudly booed at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics after his first-round loss to Israel's fifth-ranked Or Sasson, when he refused to bow or shake Sasson's hand, in a major breach of judo etiquette.

Sasson defeated El Shehaby with two throws for an automatic victory, with about a minute and a half remaining in the bout.

Afterwards, El Shehaby lay flat on his back for a moment before standing to take his place before Sasson, in front of the referee. When Sasson extended his hand, El Shehaby backed away, shaking his head. El Shehaby refused to comment afterward.

Judo players always bow or shake each other's hands before and after the match as a sign of respect in the Japanese martial art.

El Shahaby had come under pressure from Islamist-leaning and nationalist voices in Egypt to withdraw entirely from the fight.

10:40 a.m.

Much like four years ago, defending champion Jessica Ennis-Hill kicked off the heptathlon competition with a strong performance in the 100-meter hurdles. In a direct clash with her rival Brianne Theisen-Eaton of Canada, the Briton easily dominated and won the heat in 12.84 seconds, the only competitor to beat the 13-second mark. Akela Jones of Barbados came in second in 13, with Theisen-Eaton finishing sixth in 13.18.

In the cold and wet conditions at the Olympic Stadium both were well off their personal best. Another huge difference for Ennis-Hill compared to her home Olympics in London four years ago was the crowd. Instead of 80,000 cheering her on, the 60,000-capcity stadium was only about a quarter full.

10:10 a.m.

Don't expect speculation about Michael Phelps' Olympic future to die down anytime soon. Especially with his Olympic roommate and swimming rival Ryan Lochte stirring speculation about Tokyo.

Lochte said Friday on NBC's ''Today'' that his rivalry with Phelps will ''definitely'' have another chapter at the Tokyo Games in 2020.

Lochte says: ''I guarantee he will be there.''

Phelps has already come back from retirement once, but has said he plans to retire after Rio. He's already won four golds here and has the chance for two more.

Phelps easily beat Lochte and the rest of the field Thursday night in the 200-meter individual medley, besting his American rival by nearly 3 seconds. Lochte placed fifth.

Lochte has been non-committal about whether Rio is his last Olympics.

9:45 a.m.

Action is underway in track and field.

Mykyta Nesterenko of Ukraine kicked it off in front of a quarter-filled Olympic stadium with the first discus throw in men's qualifying.

The women's heptathlon is underway, too, with the 100-meter hurdles. Brianne Theisen-Eaton of Canada and Jessica Ennis-Hill of Britain are expected to vie for the title.

Later this morning is qualifying for the men's 800.

There will be three medal events – in the women's shot put, women's 10K and men's 20K race walk.

The evening's highlight is qualifying heats for the women's 100.

Usain Bolt is still waiting. He won't take to the track until noon Saturday for the first round of the men's 100.

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