A major theme of the Rio 2016 Olympic games has been the inclusion of women’s sports in the games.
That’s an idea that was initially embraced by organizers, who say they saw the Games as a chance to bring more women into the sport.
Now, the Games have faced a challenge to include more women, as organizers grapple with the fact that the U.S. has historically had a gender imbalance in the Olympics.
We wanted to highlight the important achievements of women in sports, but we also wanted to bring them in as a group and acknowledge that, for the first time, they are a big part of the Olympic Games.
In a year where the U!s first woman swimmer won gold, it’s been a tumultuous year for women in women’s swimming.
The Rio 2016 Games will be held in the same stadium as the 2012 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where swimmer Gabby Douglas won bronze.
At the Rio games, the only women in the pool will be Rio’s two fastest-ever sprinters, American Ryan Lochte and Brazilian Jessica Ennis-Hill.
But a woman swims at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
(AP photo/Alessandro Bianchi)