The Heat: 2016 Rio Olympics come to a close

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A woman is silhouetted by the setting sun as she looks at a set of Olympic rings in the Olympic Park ahead of Rio's 2016 Summer Olympics, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) A woman is silhouetted by the setting sun as she looks at a set of Olympic rings in the Olympic Park ahead of Rio’s 2016 Summer Olympics, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

All eyes on Brazil over the past two weeks as athletes from around the world swim, run, wrestle, tumble and fight toward the medal podium in hopes of bringing home the gold. As the Olympics wind down in Rio, a look at the biggest moments of the 2016 Games.

To discuss the highlights of the Games, CCTV’s Stephen Gibbs reports from Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro.

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To discuss the legacy of the 2016 Rio Olympics:

The Heat: 2016 Rio Olympics come to a close PT 1

The Heat: 2016 Rio Olympics come to a close PT 1

All eyes on Brazil over the past two weeks as athletes from around the world swim, run, wrestle, tumble and fight toward the medal podium in hopes of bringing home the gold. To discuss the highlights of the Games, CCTV’s Stephen Gibbs reports from Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro. Joining the panel tonight are Tania Braga, head of sustainability, accessibility and legacy for the Rio 2016 Organising Committee, Wang Guan, chief political correspondent of the CCTV America Mandarin Service, David Owen, longtime sports journalist and writer for "Inside the Games," David Steele, columnist for Sporting News.

The Heat: 2016 Rio Olympics come to a close PT 2

The Heat: 2016 Rio Olympics come to a close PT 2

All eyes on Brazil over the past two weeks as athletes from around the world swim, run, wrestle, tumble and fight toward the medal podium in hopes of bringing home the gold. As the Olympics wind down in Rio, a look at the biggest moments of the 2016 Games. Joining the panel tonight are Tania Braga, head of sustainability, accessibility and legacy for the Rio 2016 Organising Committee, Wang Guan, chief political correspondent of the CCTV America Mandarin Service, David Owen, longtime sports journalist and writer for "Inside the Games," David Steele, columnist for Sporting News.