Let the Games Continue: More From WRAL’s Team in Rio

Kathleen Baker & Renee Chou

WRAL-TV’s Renee Chou with silver medalist Kathleen Baker at the Rio Olympics.

As we lead into the weekend, here’s a look at more photos from the WRAL-TV Team in Rio.  WRAL-TV Anchor/Reporters Renee Chou, Debra Morgan and Jeff Gravley and WRAL-TV Photojournalists Ed Wilson, Keith Baker and Brad Simmons have now crossed the halfway point in their Olympic adventure.

Be sure to tune in to WRAL-TV each night at 7:30pm for the half-hour Olympic Zone featuring stories from our team in Rio.  Catch more highlights and behind-the-scenes stories featuring North Carolina connections to the Summer Olympics during WRAL’s newscasts and on WRAL.com and WRALSportsFan.com, too!

Also follow our WRAL Team in Rio and those covering the action back in Raleigh on Twitter at #WRALinRio2016.



More from Jeff Gravley
When Gravley shared the screen captures of his story about North Carolina connection Maggie Haney, long-time coach of the U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team Laurie Hernandez (in the slideshow above), he posted the following:

Enjoyed talking with former NC State gymnast Maggie Haney who has coached Laurie Hernandez since the gold medal winner was 6! Here’s my written story. Wish we could post the video but Olympic rules won’t allow. 

More on Capcom
In case you missed it, here are the previous Capcom stories about the Super Six’s adventures in Rio:

And don’t forget about the Durham Bulls Radio Announcer Patrick Kinas and his gig calling Olympic swimming on radio from Rio:

Thanks to WRAL-TV’s Renee Chou, Debra Morgan & Jeff Gravley for these capcom photos.

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