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Here are the St. Louis athletes still competing during the final week of the Tokyo Olympics

In the last week of the Olympics, there are a number of St. Louis athletes who still have a chance to bring home a medal. Here's who's still competing

ST. LOUIS — Monday was a particularly rough day for St. Louis athletes hoping to continue their quest for a medal at the Tokyo Olympics.

However, there are a number of athletes with local ties who still have a chance to bring home some hardware.

Here's a look at who's still left competing at the final week of the Olympics, who's still waiting to compete and who has been eliminated.

All times listed are Central Time and subject to change. The status of all athletes listed is current as of Wednesday, Aug. 4.

Still Competing

Michelle Bartsch-Hackley - The Collinsville native has helped lead the U.S. women's volleyball team to the semifinals in Tokyo. Bartsch-Hackley had 12 kills in the quarterfinal win over the Dominican Republic on Tuesday night. The U.S. will now face Serbia on Thursday for the chance to play in the gold medal game.

Napheesa Collier - Incarnate Word grad and St. Louis native Napheesa Collier and the United States women's basketball team are through to the semifinals after beating Australia in the quarterfinals by the score of 79-55. The team will face Serbia on Thursday night for a chance to play in the gold medal game.

Becky Sauerbrunn - Ladue High School grad and St. Louis native Becky Sauerbrunn will still have a chance at a medal, even after the USWNT's loss to Canada on Monday morning. The U.S. women will play Australia for the bronze medal at 3 a.m. on Thursday morning.

Jayson Tatum - The Chaminade grad and Team USA men's hoops team will face Australia in a semifinal match up on Wednesday night at 11:15 for the right to play in the gold medal game against either France or Slovenia. With a loss, Team USA would play for the bronze.

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Yet to compete

Nick Christie - Missouri Baptist graduate Nick Christie is expected to compete in the men's 20k racewalk on Aug. 5.

Karissa Schweizer - University of Missouri graduate Karissa Schweizer took 11th place in the women's 5,000m on Monday morning, but she's also set to compete in the women's 10,000m final on Saturday, Aug. 7.

Emily Sisson - Former Parkway Central High School standout Emily Sisson is also set to race in the women's 10,000m final on Saturday. Sisson won the event at the U.S. track and field trials ahead of the Olympics.


Courtney Frerichs - Nixa, Missouri native Courtney Frerichs finished second in the women's 3,000m steeplechase event to take home the silver medal.

Chris Nilsen - Kansas City area native Nilsen finished second in the men's pole vault final in Tokyo to bring home a silver medal.


Gwen Berry -  Florissant native and Southern Illinois University grad Gwen Berry finished 11th in the women's hammer throw finals in Tokyo.

DeAnna Price - Moscow Mills native and Troy Buchanan High School grad DeAnna Price finished 8th in the women's hammer throw finals in Tokyo.

Tyler Downs - Ballwin native Tyler Downs was eliminated from the 3m springboard event on Monday morning.

Kelsey Card - Carlinville, Illinois native Kelsey Card was eliminated from contention in the women's discus event.

Lauren Doyle - Springfield, Illinois native Lauren Doyle was eliminated after the U.S. women's rugby team fell in Tokyo.

Mason Finley - Kansas City area discus thrower Mason Finley was eliminated from Olympic contention.

KC Lightfoot - Kansas City area native pole vaulter KC Lightfoot finished tied for fourth in the pole vault finals at the Olympics.

Darryl Sullivan - Marion, Illinois high jumper Darryl Sullivan was eliminated from Olympic contention.

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