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good morning, america. >> oh. >> best in the world. simone biles soaring to new heights in rio with the touch. her teammate, aly raisman, right by her side with silver as america's golden boy does it again. 22nd gold leaving the competition in his wake. >> oh, baby, it's time to come home, michael. >> and simone manuel making history in the pool. >> manuel is going to do it. >> tying for gold this an epic day for team usa. also breaking overnight an emergency landing. at least two dozen rushed to the hospital when a jetblue flight hits severe turbulence. passengers and luggage thrown
in a neck brace. major washout. flash flood from arizona to pennsylvania drowning homes and roads leaving thousands without power. now the dangerous rain is moving east. while the life-threatening threatening heat wave moves in as well. and the amazing rescue. >> finally we heard just a tiny little voice. >> three college students stranded in a cave lost for nearly 30 hours. inside, the race to find them. >> announcer square and rio de janeiro, this is "good morning america." it is a great morning, a great friday, a huge crowd in central park. look at that. all there for mr. keith urban. >> can't wait for that. >> and, of course, so much excitement in rio, as well. >> unbelievable. >> those two simones. >> stealing the show. >> simone biles, best all-around gymnast and simone manuel
african-american woman to win in swimming. >> michael phelps, a full body ahead of the competition while winning his 22nd gold medal breaking a record more than 2,000 years old. >> counting them. >> for most individual olympic titles and won by almost three seconds. there was time to go to the bathroom before the next one came in. ryan lochte, we'll celebrate him and amy in rio with the >> guy, it was truly an historic night. simone biles cementing her place in history and michael phelps beating his ultimate rival and then, yes, newcomer simone manuel writing her name in the history books, as well. what a night for the red, white and blue. team usa crushing the competition. >> a major solid. >> simone biles the 4'8" giant capturing her gold with a
along. >> reporter: the bubbling 19-year-old known for her me megawatt smile in tears. >> i don't think i've ever seen simone biles cry. >> meanwhile, aly raisman capturing silver with a near flawless floor exercise. >> a return to the olympics has been worth it. >> reporter: unable to control her emotion. the two american medalists hugging with happiness but night belonging to biles, this pint-sized princess is now the undisputed queen. >> lochte is taking over the lead but separated by 0.01 seconds. >> the final duel in the pool between michael phelps and ryan lochte, these rio roommates going head-to-head in the 200-meter individual medley but proving to be no match. >> this isn't even close.
he's got a full body length lead. >> reporter: phelps blowing the competition out of the water. >> michael phelps has done it again. >> reporter: the five-time olympian winning a jaw-dropping 22nd gold medal become the first swimmer ever to win the same event at four straight olympics. meanwhile, american ryan murphy if i striking gold in the 200-meter backstroke and in a photo finish -- >> manuel -- >> the other spectacular simone manuel tying a canadian for gold in the freestyle overcome with emotion making her the first african female swimmer to win a medal in any individual event, from the pool to the podium, tears of triumph on this unforgettable night. and i was lucky enough to be there in the arena watching simone and aly and, of course, their performances were spectacular but i loved watching their friendship. before, during and after, they
hugging each other, cheering each other on and aly raisman joking after she won gold she plans to crash simone biles' vacation saying i'm going to belize with her. i haven't been invited but i'm just going to go. i'm pretty sure that's going to be okay. >> i appreciate your e-mails. furiously about what was going on with them hugging. we appreciate that blow-by-blow but joining us for more is dominique dawes. eating pizza. >> everyone knows simone biles always ends her competition having a slice of pepperoni pizza so i shot that she hours of myself taking a bite of the pizza because i was that confident. >> you knew. >> we knew. everyone, everyone knew. i mean she's that dominant and already just with the start value alone was nearly a point ahead on everyone else on the floor. >> what sets her apart from everyone else. >> the new scoring system. she's now allowed to do the more difficult maneuvers and get credit for it which was different.
if you did more difficult moves you wouldn't get credit for it so why take the risk. >> another great one in the pool, michael phelps. i mean, he is just a set apart of everybody else in the pool. >> he really is. i think he has an extra first or second or fourth gear that he turns on at an olympics games. people think he can win but yet lochte had been winning world championship after world championship four in a row and then you think, oh, lochte is going to be right up there with michael phelps and michael takes it over. >> he still seems like he could go for another olympics. i remember in 2000 at the first one and here he is still a father and everything. >> i was at those olympic games in 2000 with him when he was that breakout athlete then he's still going strong and his fifth olympic games is pretty impressive. >> how about this breakout athlete, simone manuel. i mean to win the first african-american woman to win a medal in the pool like that and
>> she brought me to tears and i was weeping. she had amazing tears of joy with her teammates from stanford she was celebrating with and knowing the message that young african-american young girls are going to take from this, they too can become olympic champion swimmers, you know, us women don't always want to get in the water because of our hair or other things in our culture and she's broken down that barrier and i love it. >> you know all these champions we're talking about this morning, you know the feeling that ty >> it's exciting. i think the first feeling they have is they recognize it does take a village with this whole look that's going on right now that their coaches, their parents, their fan, teammates. simone and aly how tight they are on the floor, even tighter behind closed doors. and i truly think the time that they spend at the ranch with the karolyi, martha karolyi has helped them become better friends. >> maybe they will go on vacation together. >> i'm sure they will.
you. jesse, how about that medal count. >> you remember yesterday the americans had a one gold medal lead over china and extended that to five and, of course, the americans still lead the overall count with 38, china in second place, japan and russia round out three and four, yesterday yester yesterday was in fifth and now that belongs to great britain. katie ledecky is competing in the 800-meter fes tonight and track and field gets under way. so many more medals on the horizon or the american, david. >> thanks so much. in the meantime, we'll turn to the other news breaking to that midair scare overnight. a jetblue flight from boston to sacramento forced to make an emergency landing in south dakota after hitting severe turbulence. 59 least two dozen taken to the hospital and abc's kayna whitworth is in los angeles with the latest for us this morning. kayna, good morning. >> reporter: david, good morning.
and so violent it sent people flying from their seats if they weren't strapped in hitting their heads on the overhead bins cracking the bins. they had to make an emergency landing to get people to the hospital. overnight, terrifying moments for passengers and crew on board a jetblue flight en route from boston to sacramento. rocked by severe turbulence after running into bad weather. >> it was almost like a bang like we hit a wall and just dropped straight down. and ther you had people crying. >> reporter: the cross country flight making an emergency landing in south dakota. 22 passengers and 2 crew members rushed to the hospital. >> within seconds we dropped probably about a hundred feet. people flew out of their seats that weren't dropped in. >> reporter: a flight attendant taken off 9 the paren in a neck brace. >> one of the pilots came out of the cockpit an said we have some
to find an airport and do an emergency landing. >> reporter: turbulence common in warm weather months. back on may 8th passengers injured when a jetblue plane traveling from puerto rico to orlando experienced rough air. 31 were injured when severe turbulence struck this plane. so jetblue telling abc news this morning that they sent care team members to help with the people that were injured and they also sent in a replacement a to get everybody to sacramento. robin. >> scary moments there, kayna, thank you. now to the race for the white house. donald trump downing down and stepping up his attack on hillary clinton after calling her and president obama founders of isis. abc's cecilia vega is here with the latest on all that and clinton's response. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. the fact checkers are having a field day with this one. president obama did not found isis but after a full day of refusing to back down from these comments insisting he
now says he was just being sarcastic. this morning, donald trump has a new line of attack. >> i call president obama and hillary clinton the founders of isis. they're the founders. >> reporter: and he lobbed the inflammatory accusation not once -- >> these are the founders of isis because of bad judgment. >> reporter: not twice. >> he is the founder in a true sense. >> reporter: but nearly 20 times in clinton firing back on twitter saying, no, barack obama is not the founder of isis. anyone willing to sink so low, so often should never be allowed to serve as our commander in chief. a spokesman adding, this is a false claim from a presidential candidate with an aversion to the truth and an unprecedented lack of knowledge. and from the white house, a one-word response. seriously? trump's running mate mike pence
>> the media is talking today over another controversy over semantics. >> reporter: the nominee not backing down when challenged by conservative radio host hugh hewitt. >> you meant that he created the vacuum. he lost the peace. >> no, i meant he's the founder of isis. i do. >> but he's not sympathetic to them. he hates them. >> i don't care. he athe founder. the way he got out of iraq, that was the founding of isis. >> reporter: a few minutes ago trump took to twitter. take a look. he says ratings challenged cnn reports so seriously president obama and clinton the founder of isis and mvp. they don't get sarcasm? that's a new line after he refused to walk back those comments, even when given that opportunity to do so, david. >> all right, a new line and fallout. to martha raddatz who has covered isis extensively and, of course, the race for president as well. martha, great to have you, and you heard a conservative radio host asking donald trump if this
you heard hugh give donald trump an out and instead he said he meant he was the founder of isis. he doubled down and now a short time ago saying this was sarcasm. >> as you know this is a familiar cycle with him. he says something provocative, remember what he said about the second amendment, people then criticize him and then says the media misinterpreting him but he had doubled down on this statement that president obama and hillary clinton were founders of isis and that distracts from an issue critics say hillary clinton is vulnerable. isis did gain strength during her time as secretary of state. so if he stayed on message, david, instead of what he calls sarcasm he could probably make some strong points. >> martha, as you know in the last 24 hours he told some supporters i'm having a problem with utah saying ohio is close, as well. we need help and in an interview he signaled what he might do if he loses, i wanted to play this and get your reaction on the back side.
the end it's going to work or i'm going to have a very, very nice long vacation. >> you know, martha, very rare we hear from a candidate about plans if they lose, and they usually don't go there. >> they're so right. this was certainly not the confident winner that donald trump usually presents himself as. he was practically pleading for votes but he sees the polls and the polls are in a slide for him especially in a couple of those key battleground states. will this be a new theme for i doubt it, david. >> all right, martha raddatz, always great to have you. >> we'll move on now to another big headline this morning. an amusement park accident in pennsylvania. a 3-year-old falling off this roller coaster rushed to the hospital. at least the third incident on park rides in less than a week. abc's linzie janis has more. >> they're requesting a helicopter. >> reporter: a day at the amusement park turned into a nightmare. >> unknown age child who fell
rushed to the hospital with unknown injuries after falling from this wooden roller coaster at idlewild & soak zone in pennsylvania. >> he was talking. he was alert but he was airlifted to a local hospital. >> reporter: the park known for its rides and water slides, now keeping the rollo coaster as a standstill as investigators work to determine what went wrong. >> our rides are inspected daily. >> reporter: this, the third serious incident involving amusement park rides in less than a risk. >> the majority of the incidents that occur on amusement rides today are human error. >> reporter: on monday three girls were injured at a tennessee carnival after their ferris wheel basket flipped sideways sending them plummeting nearly 40 feet to the ground. and 10-year-old caleb schwab killed on a water slide sunday in kansas city. investigators still trying to determine how he fell out of his
that little boy in pennsylvania is doing. the ride that he was on had one height requirement for children riding on their own and another if they were with a parent. david. >> all right, linzie, thanks so much. three college students lost while exploring a cave in arkansas. trapped underground for nearly 30 hours. this morning they are now safe and sound and telling their story. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: a race against the clock to find three arkansas state university disappeared into this cramped, dark cave near cushman, arkansas. >> he is casey. >> reporter: casey sherwood a soon-to-be senior and cub scout leader was leading two exchange students in the blowing cave where invest vasts can reach a depth of 40 feet when he suddenly realized his group was lost. >> initially we were panicked about like not being able to make it out but after that like
i guess you would say, and we got ourselfed hunkered down and we decided to wait it out. >> reporter: nearly 30 hours went by as the trio huddled together to stay warm sitting in a triangle formation breathing into their shirts to generate hot air. sherwood's wife alerted authorities to the group's disappearance. emergency personnel responding to the scene around 1:45 a.m. firefighters and cave experts from a local college entering and a half is officially mapped. the three students began yelling and whistling hoping to alert any rescuers to their whereabouts about 30 minutes from the cave's entrance. >> we had a routine every five or ten minutes have a really high pitched whistle or very loud help going out and it was during one of those routine moments that finally one of the rescue teams heard us. >> reporter: this morning their families are grateful they never
>> they say that once you're in a cave for over 24 hours at that time it's no longer search and rescue, it's just a recovery mission so plenty of people were rather surprised to see us walking out of that cave. >> surprised indeed and we're told the three young men had mild hypothey remembery and will be okay. in fact, i want to show you a photo right now. take a look at this. those are the two japanese foreign exchange students right after they were rescued giving that peace sign. i'd say they have the right mind-set. right? >> they look time in the cave. >> they look better than we did after being at barbra streisand last night. >> her encore just ended. lucky we got in. >> it was worth it. how about this flooding we got going on. >> take you to your hometown. we had 6, 7, 8 inches southwest mississippi, southeast
coming up here on "gma" a mystery at wimbledon after a rising tennis star gets sick hospitalized for days. now her parents say they think she was poisoned. a new investigation this morning. authorities want your hope, road rage, the rampage, the moment this woman pulls out a gun on the driver. the search for her right now. because clean food is food as it should be. with no artificial flavors, preservatives, sweeteners, we think clean food tastes better, feels better, does better. 100% of our food will be clean by year's end. every bite will be food as it should be. ? ? i don't want to lie down. i refuse to lie down. why suffer? stand up to chronic migraine... with botox?.
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good morning. friday, august 12th. latest headlines, police are searching for a man that attacked a woman on the upper west side. she put up a fight. nypd released a sketch of the predawn attack near 107th street. the 48-year-old victim was walking her dog when the suspect asked for the time then put her in a headlock and tried to kiss her. she kicked him in the groin, biting him on the lip giving her enough time to get away. his true diehard fans are counting down the hours. but they won't see alex rodriguez playing third base for his final game as a yankee.
a health alert for people that may have been exposed to hepatitis on long island. a worker at trinto customers to hepatitis a from mid- to late july. in response, suffolk county health department is offering free hepatitis a vaccines today in arrive head. it's 7:25. a check on the morning commute with heather o'rourke. >> lori, mass transit is doing okay. l.i.e. is not. the ramp is closed down because of the accident being cleared away. problems as we head to our
an overturned dump truck being cleared away. belt east exit 9 an accident being cleared. long island railroad, metro north, new jersey transit doing okay. subways no major issues. street cleaning rules are in effect. lori, back to you. >> thank you, heather. temperatures are on the rise. let's check in with meteorologist bill evans. >> lies the humidity, too. hazy looking across the park at 76 degrees. 72 hopatcong. 77 islip. excessive heat warning for the five boroughs, urban areas of new jersey and everybody else is in a heat advisory because of this. the real feel of 100 to 110 over much of the area today except for eastern long island. it's going to be hot and sweltering today, tomorrow and sunday with a pop up thunderstorm in the afternoon. be careful in the heat. lori? >> thank you, bill. coming up, a rising tennis
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milk wins. ingredients you can spell. we welcome you back to "gma" on this friday morning. look at central park. huge crowd there right now. all for keith urban. it's a country music friday on "gma." can't wait for his performance just ahead. >> to start a sizzling weekend. dozens recovering overseas thailand targeting major tourist spots. 59 least four were killed. police say they've ruled out links to international terrorism. this morning the world getting ready to say good-bye to alex rodriguez, of course, the polarizing star set to play his final game after 13 years with the yankees and nearly 700 home run, the yankees, of course, will take on the tampa bay rays tonight. >> i think he's four shy of 700. it is an exciting morning at the olympics, amy, you're just
aren't you? >> i sure am, guys, but i miss you. team usa. >> miss you too. >> have we heard a little about the gold medals? we have everything you wanted to know about them. how much are those medals worth? are they really made of gold? that and a lot more coming up next? i'm glad they don't chip their teeth. they're always biting on them, the olympians after they win. a mystery at wimbledon. a rising young tennis player forced todoctor out when she got ill. now scotland yard is investigating whether she was poisoned and abc's linsey davis is here with the latest of the what's going on here. >> reporter: sounds like the far-fetched plot of a suspense thriller. there are a number of running theories about how gabriella taylor ended up poisoned but her mother told reporters the bacteria, the infection team found is so rare in the uk that she believes it could not have been an accident. this morning, scotland yard is investigating allegations that
gabriella taylor was deliberately poisoned during last month's wimbledon. >> i haven't been well these last two days. >> reporter: the 18-year-old bowed out of her quarterfinal match on july 7th after suffering from a mystery illness. >> miss taylor is forced to retire. >> ranked 381 in the world spent four days in intensive care and diagnosed her with a rare strain of leptospirosis, a disease often contracted by water infected with bacteria transmitted through animals, >> i felt ten times worse and really on the verge of passing out. i was really -- it was really hard for me to believe that this is what was happening. >> reporter: symptoms can take up to 14 days to show and are often flu-like. left untreated it can lead to organ failure and internal pleading. cases in the uk are rare, only 71 confirmed cases last year. now taylor's parents say they believe their daughter was
straight to the police. >> reporter: scotland yard launching a criminal investigation into the allegation of poisoning with intent to endanger life. determining if the tennis player could have been poisoned by a rival or organized crime sports betting syndicate. >> she's on the doorstep of fulfilling this great dream. multimillion dollars waiting potentially for her someday and to have this happen? it's really crushing. >> reporter: now on the mend, taylor finally returned to the court on wednesday, tweeting th be back on the court. taking it step by step. taylor's mother also told reporters that her daughter's bags with her drinks were often left unattended in the players' lounge and someone could have taken the opportunity to c contaminate them. several scientists express doubt she was poisoned deliberately. so far no arrests. >> joining us is patrick mcenroe. knows a little thing or two
tennis, it's still high stakes. there's still a lot if you knock somebody out of the competition? first of all, let's hope this is not true. we hope for the best for this young player but you're right for junior players, particularly at wimbledon and particularly for someone who's a local, she's an english player, top junior player this is a big, big moment for her to be in the quarterfinals of the jupiters. if she were to go on as many thought she could and win junior wimbledon it's worth s endorsement dollars, worth a lot more attention and support from the lta, the lawn tennis association so it is a big deal for her to lose this opportunity and obviously to lose it in the way that she did was just terrible. >> we're glad she's doing as well as she is. this is tennis. you know, people don't think of it being a cutthroat sport. >> tennis has had a lot of issues that we rather would not have had starting at the australian open with reports of match fixing and gambling.
the highest betted on sports in the entire world so tennis has got an issue there they're trying to address. now, we had the doping issues come up midway through this year, as well and so now you have something like this so as i said at the beginning, let's hope that this was just some, you know, bacteria that she got. we know it's very rare in england for this to happen, let's hope she got it somehow by chance and let's hope obviously that she gets healthy and can get back on the courts. >> authorities haven't ruled out anything right now. >> they have not. so, they're looking into this and getting out in front of it because this -- you see her in hospital with things in her arm, four day, i mean, that's -- someone who's in the prime shape of her life a young girl on her way up. >> great to have you. you graduated from the big board. >> this is the big time. i made it. >> good to see patrick in the flesh. >> unfortunately on a story like this. let's get a more positive one next time. >> we move on to the separate cases of apparent road rage this morning being investigated by
of the country right now. guns involved in both cases, a woman waving a firearm in that video and in another, the suspect actually firing shots at a car with a child inside. abc's clayton sandell has the latest. >> reporter: this morning police in gainesville are looking for this woman seen wildly waving a gun after an alleged road rage incident moments before. police say this black truck and silver sedan pulled into a gas station after a run-in on the street. the woman gets out of 9 truck with the pist. sylvester quickly takes it away later investigated but investigators say he refuses to identify the woman with the gun. and on the streets north of los angeles, investigators say they're now working to stop the driver of a dark honda before he does this again. in another apparent case of road rage he fires twice at the family inside this white suv including a child. >> the driver shot at her armed
handgun. >> reporter: the suspect enraged because the suv apparently sprayed his water with windshield wiper fluid. >> the level this incident took was quite alarming to us and i couldn't imagine what it would be like in a vehicle on being fired upon just driving with your family members. it had to have been terrifying. >> reporter: road rage incidents can take a violent deadly turn. since 2010 road rage has been blamed for at least 1,700 deaths nationwide. police in the latest cases are asking for the public's help to get the suspects off the street and into jail. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> all right, let's hope they catch them soon. right over to robin and the
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it is time now for a big board. our team of insiders and t.j. >> oh, no. >> i just had to do that. you're going to tell us about your story in just a moment. you got a good sport about that. first let's start with this huge announcement from macy's to slumping sales as more are going online and lower cost retailers. abc's chief business and economic reporter rebecca jarvis is going to join us now. so this is really raising some eyebrows. is it because so many people are just, you know, shopping from home? >> it is, robin. the retailers are scrambling right now. they are dealing with two thing, a double whammy, the amazon effect. people are shopping from home. shopping online.
deliveries within two days and shipping is now free in most cases. plus, we're spending our money differently these days. more and more people are spending on home improvements and spending less on material things and more on experiences which is why not just macy's closing 100 stores but you're seeing it across the board, kmart is closing 68 stores. walmart closing 269 stores and the sports authority is closing 460 sports so we're really seeing a change at the department store shopping but, rebecca, you were telling us it has to do with handbags. how could it be one item? >> handbags used to be more of a status symbol. in fact, analysts have even looked at this and crunched the numbers. they used to be the thing that retailers could stand by because it didn't matter whether it was raining or cold or summer outside, people would still go and buy handbags and we're seeing less and less shopping on handbalances that has hit a lot
nordstrom. >> unless you're on canal street. the guidelines from the american heart association paint a bleak picture of kids' heart health revealing alarming stats about poor diet and exercise and right to dr. richard besser, health and medical expert. unfortunate when we're watching michael phelps and the simones and all these american athletes to teach us how it's done to see these numbers. >> really important. what the american heart association is sayi to have healthy hearts as adults we have to look at kids. two areas they're looking at are diet and exercise. when it comes to diet they came up with a healthy diet scale and found that more than 90% of kids score poor onta scale and when it many coulds to exercise kids are supposed to get an hour a day of vigorous exercise. when they look at high cool kids only 10% of boy, 5% of girls are hitting that bar. that's got to change.
what do you tell your patients. >> when it comes to diet parents are focused on what their babies eat but that's get older children are exposed to more junk they let up. we need to realize and remember that a child's diet is really a mirror image of what we're eating. if we're eating healthy they're going to do better and exercise comes down to the school. we have to get gym class back in there, recess back in there and we have to spread the word that exercise matters for girls as well as boys. >> thank you. >> hopefully the olympics and going to make it easier to do that. >> i hope so. okay, rich, thank you very much. finally we got a big talker this morning. why we have t.j. here. the outsider. >> so much on the inside. this is a decades old question. did yoko ono break up the beatles? well, paul mccartney is opening up about that in a revealing new "rolling stone" interview talking about that long-standing speculation. you have really dug into this.
behind it? >> look, we called it rumor and speculation. for a lot of music fans this is fact and a part of music history this woman is responsible for breaking up one of the greatest bands we have ever known so paul mccartney giving new insights. he said flat out we felt threatened by her when she came around. he said specifically about them recording in the studio, she was sitting on the amps while we were recording. most bands couldn't handle that. we handled it but not amazingly well. right there. fellas can of a sudden one of your boys tart bringing his girl with him. this was going on here and did not handle it well. >> she's not sitting on the amps anymore. how is the relationship now between paul and -- >> they're all good. for a long time. even said some cute stuff about her in the article. she's so yoko. you could tell they have a cute relationship. it took a while -- he said this before. she's not responsible for breaking up this band. john was going to leave anyway and some of the greatest stuff
afterwards and probably could not have done without her influence in years of maturing and life changes. >> they were kids at the time. >> still people speculate on it. on a desert island you can play one beatles song, what is it? >> "let it be". >> how about you, rich? >> "hey jude." it's a long one, a beautiful one. i love that song. >> rebecca? >> you're stranded on an island, right. "yesterday." yesterday is the day i long >> should ask which island. >> robin. ? i wanna hold your hand ? i really want to do that. >> "all you need is love." >> "blackbird" is good too. >> just one. >> rich, rebecca, always great to have you here. >> and then t.j. >> coming up in just two minutes, gold medal close-up. how much gold is actually in that prize?
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we are back now at our olympic desk here in rio and athletes from all over the world are giving their all for gold and matt gutman has everything you need to know about those medals and what they're actually worth. good morning to you, matt. >> reporter: good morning, amy. now, gold medal is something every athlete hungers for b our painstaking research on everything gold we learned that these medals are not entirely made out of gold. possibly because these suckers weigh a pound. if they were made out of gold entirely they would cost 22,000 bucks. ? it has become the classic post-race pose. olympians showing off their golan appetite. turns out it's an old method of testing whether a medal is pure.
1912 after two world wars caused gold shortage and today's only contain 1.34% gold. the rest, sterling silver. >> those who are taking home the gold medal today is worth about $564. >> reporter: some gold medals wind up being worth much more than others like jesse owens track and field medal from the 1936 games auctioned off for nearly 1.5 >> the stories behind them, michael phelps, the final five could be one of the best stories in olympic history. so you know that those medals are going to go for very high value. >> reporter: but the recipients of the 812 gold medals that will be awarded at these games shouldn't be too disappointed that their gold medal isn't solid gold. countries like kazakhstan give each of their gold medal winners
bar. for the gold medalists representing the red, white and blue, $25,000 that uncle sam will tax for income. there's another reason that the olympians bite their gold medals. that's because photographers ask them to do that. now, i want to show you something. every credential reporter gets this fancy swag bag, inside three thing, one, headphone. that makes a lot of sense, the other is this hardship of working here in rio for the games and lastly you'll love this, a big old can of off. that's to i guess stop the zika. amy. >> yeah, you know what, i haven't had to use any of that. a good thing, matt, thanks so much. speaking of gold we have olympic gold medalist joining us live and keith urban in central park. coming up "gma's" summer concert series presented by king's hawaiian, irresistible
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good morning. friday, august 12th much i'm lori stokes. new video showing the brutal attack on a 74-year-old man in the bronx. police say the suspect threw the victim down a flight of stairs after following the man in the building yesterday. he kicked him then rifled through his pockets but steal anything. if you have seen the man, call police. crews at the world trade center will be replacing a three pane window after it was smashed smashed by a crane in high winds. the rooftop crane at number 3 world trade was being moved as bad weather moved in. the wind arrived faster than expected and whipped the crane's cable around the corner of the metal and glass wall on the
on the commute with heather. this is the new jersey transit western spur. slow into 16-w, an accident being cleared away. another camera, george washington bridge inbound bumper to bumper across the span on to the cross bronx expressway, an accident. 20 minutes inbound george washington bridge. lincoln 30. holland 20 minutes. that cross bronx accident is east on the alexander hamilton bridge and henry hudson bridge. street cleaning rules are in effect today. lori, over to you. >> thank you, he a sweltering day ahead. let's check in with meteorologist bill evans. >> you saw heather's picture where it is hazy. down to roosevelt island, temperature is 77. southwest wind at 9. 80 babylon, oyster bay. temperatures are warming up now. 2 in toms river. today we will be looking at this excessive heat warning and heat advisories for everybody. you have to be careful.
? good to be alive right about now ? good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. best in the world. simone biles with a golden touch, aly raisman savoring the silver and simone manuel making history in the pool with an emotional victory, plus, michael phelps taking center stage as america steals the show in rio. also this shark the teen survivor now speaking out. the family vacation that turned into a worst nightmare. >> i kicked its nose and then it went up to get me again. >> his fight to survive and thanking the doctor for saving his life. ? say hello to the fan that left adele speechless. the incredible moment stunning the superstar on her own stage. you don't want to miss this high note. all eyes on the olympic
kristin armstrong and dana vollmer back in the water after giving birth. >> the super women winning america's hears right here on "gma." ? think about those summer nights ? all that and we're kicking off your country music friday with keith urban live in central park as we say -- >> good morning, america. ? you know it is a happy friday when that man is on the stage. keith urban. country music megastar in central park warming up right now. our crowd as you can see extremely excited and paula, jesse and i are excited david muir is joining us. >> oh, i'm trying to warm things up here. i don't know if it's working. >> hey, hey. >> that's true.
too. the story of cyclist kristin armstrong, the mom who her little guy watched her cry and she had to explain you cry when you win gold. she's with us this half hour on "gma" and sat down with amy. >> amy has been busy getting these olympians to sit down with her. did you get time to get over there? >> i did but i'm out of breath. can you give me ten seconds to get my breath. good morning. the story, donald trumis claim that president obama and hillary clinton are the founders of isis. after insisting on thursday that he was being literal, trump this morning tweeted that he was being sarcastic. trump is now acknowledging that his campaign is struggling in some key swing states and even in utah, he's also facing new opposition from dozens of former republican officials now asking the party to shift funding away from trump's campaign, meantime, hillary clinton is releasing her
today putting more pressure on trump to do the same, of course, he is refusing to release his taxes while he is under audit. a big scare on a jetblue flight overnight. severe turbulence forced the plane to make an emergency landing in south dakota. it was heading from boston to sacramento. 24 people were taken to the hospital. the injuries described as minor. we do expect to learn more today about how a 3-year-old boy fell off this roller coaster in pennsylvania. park officials a exactly what led up to the fall or the extent of his injuries. the minimum height posted is 36 inches and this is the third major safety incident at a u.s. amusement park this week alone. federal health officials say they will now divert money away from cancer and diabetes research and other programs to fund development of a zika vaccine and do blame congress for faying to pass new funding. three more locally transmitted cases of the zika virus have
the total to 25 in that city. a teen from suburban chicago is recovering from a shark attack in the bahamas. he was snorkeling on a family vacation when he felt the shark tear into him. he thought that he might lose his leg but doctors were able to rebuild the muscle and save it. >> i kicked its nose and then it went up to get me again and let go and swam away. i really want to thank the doctor that saved my leg too because that might not have happened. >> dr. >> dr. donalds. >> yeah, he is lucky and blessed and it took his parents an hour to get him to the hospital but he made it and he is walking again. amazing. and for the first time in his career lebron james is the highest paid player in the nba and he deserves it. he's agreed to a three-year, $100 million contract with the cleveland cavaliers after leading the team to their first ever nba championship. and now let's head back to rio for the headlines from the summer games.
olympics desk looking forward to another busy day, amy. >> yes, sorry, i just had to put my jaw back up because it dropped when i heard that number. >> 100 million. one of the stars -- yeah, wow. one of the stars of these game, katie ledecky will be back in the spotlight today swimming in the 800-meter freestyle, also today the u.s. women's soccer team takes on sweden and the track and field competition begins. but everyone here is talking about michael phelps blowing away everyone in the medley winning by a full body length to grab that record 22nd gold medal. phelps is the first swimmer ever to win the same event at four consecutive olympics. also in the pool, american simone manuel making history becoming the first african-american woman to win olympic gold in swimming. and the other simone, perhaps the biggest of these games, the 19-year-old winning the alt-around title in gymnastics bursting into tears when her score was posted.
taking home silver. emotional look at them hugging. united states leading with 38 including 16 gold, china in second place with 30 overall and a special moment here in rio when fiji won its first ever olympic medal beating the british in rugby to take home gold. british royalty in attendance. princess anne handing out the medals. a national holiday has been declared in fiji. isn't every day a national holiy jesse. >> you got to go rio. we'll check out fiji and let you know. >> thanks, amy. news that goes "pop". >> friday edition. we do. time for "pop news." we'll start with kendall jenner gracing the september issue of "vogue" and shares details on caitlyn jenner, the kardashian clan and her rise to the runway. on caitlin she says you have a new person to love. the cover girl describes the
family to her first marc jacobs show in an effort to jump-start her own career revealing i feel like i've accomplished something that is mine. the september issue of "vogue" hits newsstands august 23rd. >> i understand that. >> she's really -- her career has taken on a life of its own. that is her own thing. next up last night is all eyes on the gripping race between michael phelps and ryan lochte in the pool and got a glimpse of a dire situation in a galley far, far away. the second trail one: a star wars story" was released trending huge online this morning. it tells the tale of a group of unlikely heroes as they attempt to steal the plans from the death star and the ultimate destruction weapon and dart villain makes his return and it hits theaters in december. it takes place between three and four. before you knew who luke,
perspective. >> so intense. >> i need to know where it falls in the chronology. one, two, three and then seven and then 3.5. >> just three and four. >> you're welcome, paula in i'm confused but excited to see it. >> you're welcome, paula and america. adele was in for a sweet surprise at her concert in los angeles when a fan in the front row asked to join her on stage. i want you to take a look at the moment that stunned the superstar. ? ? only fools rush in but i can't help loving you ooh ? >> absolutely incredible. and america, if you didn't know
grace. a grammy nominated singer. the 24-year-old was nominated in 2012 for best christian contemporary music song and told abc news she's been struggling with what to do next in her career. but the moment she was on stage with adele she thinks that maybe that's just swayed her towards continuing to create music which i think -- >> it helps. being on stage with adele helps. >> especially when she is wowed by them. >> the staples center last week in l.a. that's a good thing. >> wait a minute. and you were at streisand with me last night. when do you work? all the time. >> this is work. >> hard work. >> you'll see keith urban. on a concert tour. >> pretty good. guys, what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." olympic medalist moms, dana vollmer one-on-one with amy and kristin armstrong joins us live and going for gold in the "gma"
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her frank and honest statements about being an olympian and brand-new mom. for four-time olympic gold medalist dana vollmer. >> i have to go big or go home. >> reporter: the rio olympics her ultimate comeback story. >> great swim by vollmer to grab a medal. >> trying to hold on bronte campbell. >> reporter: already taken home silver and bronze at the games says she is not done yet. all this just 17 months giving birth to her first child son arlen. >> the hard nights when you're learning how to nurse, the hard nights when they're not sleeping through the night and you're like, oh, man, how -- did i really sign up to do this? relationship the self-titled momma on a mission says coming into rio her priorities shifted. did swimming change for you. >> i think it changed in a lot of ways. i have struggled with pressure in the past and didn't make the 200 olympic team and then coming
being -- there was kind of no pressure and that was really nice for mere. i felt like for the first time in my life just really standing up there because i loved it and because i wanted to race. >> reporter: vollmer's love of swimming only trumped by her love of being a new mom. her son arlen is back at home with dad. that has to be a little tough. >> it is. it's really hard and it's the longest i've ever been away from him but facetime has been amazing. i've gotten to hold the phone and he now holes it like >> that's so sweet. tomorrow, vollmer's final event, the 4x100 medley relay set to defend usa's gold medal win from the london games. a bronze, a silver. >> got to add a gold. we will be cheering dana on tomorrow. cannot wait and joining us now, another olympic superstar. three-time gold medalist kristin armstrong and everyone has seen
he's 5 years old and like momma, why are you crying. the pictures tell a lot. tell me what you were feeling and thinking in those moments. >> those moments when you cross the finish line, you go through a lot of emotions within what fees like ten minutes but it's probably within like a minute and i went from exhaustion, joy and i saw my son and started just crying and when i went over for that hug, he in my ears said, momma, why are you crying? and there was said, didn't you win? and i said, yeah, i did. he goes, then why are you crying? and so i thought of i as just another life lesson to teach because at age 5 you don't quite understand that joy and happiness and being overwhelmed can also bring tears. >> it was such a beautiful moment to watch. also happy birthday. >> thank you. >> welcome to 43. we're the same age, babe. 1973 was a good year in it was a good year. >> you're the oldest woman on the team by seven years and you
>> it does. you know, i've learned over the years that there's a lot of focus on the outside. sometimes of, you know, focusing on i'm over 40. at the end of the day people ask how i do it? it takes -- it's everything between your ear, your mind-set. if you stay positive and surround yourself with people who believe in you it is amazing the energy it gives you. >> you say you'll enjoy rio for a couple of days and soak in the victory. when you get bk be the most famous person from idaho. >> possibly. i love the state of idaho but in the games, previous games that i've participated in, i would just get on the plane within 24 hours and be home and i'd get home and be finding myself on the couch watching the olympic games on the television and my husband said this time around when i was booking the tickets, can we do a favor, can we get to some events this time and enjoy the moment so that's what we're doing. >> we are looking forward to
kristin armstrong, congratulation, thank you so much for being here. way to represent usa. >> thank you so much. >> and 43 women everywhere. 43-year-old women everywhere. one-on-one with the legendary robert redford as he takes on the classic tale "pete's dragon." i'm batman! i'm batman! i'm batman! i'm batman! sfx: "boop" i'm batman! kids' character tees, 24 designs available, $6.97 each
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critics are already calling the remake of "pete's dragon" a marvel and nick watt had the chance to sit down with one of its star, the legendary robert redford who talked about what it was like to star with a computer generated dragon and why he still believes in magic. >> shhh. >> reporter: this is a movie for kids and anyone with a >> i certainly still believe in magic. >> reporter: redford's character tells tall sales no one believes but there really is a dragon living deep in the forest with little orphan pete. you're in this strange big furry dragon seems totally logical. >> that's wonderful. you should go on the road with this film. >> reporter: a retool of the 1977 original. >> i had no knowledge of "pete's
new. >> reporter: shot in timeless new zealand. same place they made "lord of the rings" and "avatar." it is an other worldly -- >> i grew up in a time where there was new zealand in our country. there was that feeling. >> yeah. >> friendliness that people were friendly. there was an innocence and i was really happy to be there. >> reporter: maybe not so happy to star with a cgi dragon created by a new zealand mp your acting is supposed to be interacting with that dragon that's not there. >> you're telling me? you want to know the dragon i saw, it was a hole with a tennis ball at the end of it. watch that dragon. >> reporter: hard to believe the sundance kid is turning 80 next week. >> i like riding horses. i like motorcycles so those things keep me going because i can't wait to do them. if you always slightly go out of
territory. >> reporter: slightly out of bound, "pete's dragon." >> as i grew up as a kid, not a great neighborhood, a very lower working class, things were kind of grim and you look for things that would lift you out of that and so it was fairy tales. >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles.
good morning. 8:27 friday, august 12th. i'm rob nelson. topping headlines, police say a man followed a woman in her apartment an threatened her with her knife. video shows the suspect with a williamsburg tuesday night. investigators say he followed a 27-year-old woman then forced his way into her apartment. once inside he grabbed a knife from her kitchen sink and pointed it at the woman. he dropped it and ran away empty handed. police are searching for the man that attacked a woman inside arrive side park on the upper west side. nypd released this sketch of the suspect in the predawn attack near 107th street. the victim was walking her dog when the suspect asked her for
in a headlock and tried to kiss her. she kicked him in the groin and bit his lip. that gave her enough time to run away. it's the final countdown to a rod's final game in pinstripes. the 41-year-old slugger that spent more than a decade with the yankees is moving on to a new role with the team. fans will take in the last game with the bronx. before the game, a special
over to heather for a look at traffic. >> whatever you are reading, i want to read it next. cross bronx at the alexander hamilton bridge an accident. heavy delays across the span. 45 minutes inbound george washington bridge. lincoln 30. holland 15 minutes. we have our street cleaning rules in effect. >> thank you, heather. temperatures are on the rise. a hot weekend is in store. here is bill with the details. >> it will be humid. you can see the humidity hanging here over lower manhattan from wall street south to bowling green down to the battery and everywhere else. it's 81 laguardia. 78 to j.f.k. 80 islip. 82 toms river. warm, hot, humid. excessive heat advisory. it will be a heat warning for the five boroughs, up the hudson river valley. it will be scorching hot.
the same tomorrow and sunday. rob? ? happy friday, everybody. take a look at that crowd at city parks foundation summerstage. all for country music megastar keith urban. david and the whole gang is there. you got plenty of company, david. >> that's right, robin, roberts saying hello from times square, everyone. robin, for keith urban, it's sizzling out here as rob marciano was telling us. we have the "gma" games coming up. our own competition with rio but we don't need more time. keith urban, this morning with "wasted time." keith, take it away. >> oh, yes. uh-huh. ? the rain is coming down
? i'm smiling looking at this photograph ? ? i hear that song and i'm flying right back to when we had it made ? ? every friday night when the sun went down ? ? we'd be running them streets like we owned the town ? ? and i just can't let it go no i just can't let it go ? ? i wonder if you ever think about it like i do ? ? seven kids on a two-lane road ? ? had "the guns" on the radio after all this time it still feels so good ? ? when i think about those summer nights singing out the window on the back roads "sweet wild o' mine" ? ? sipping on the locos spark of light ? ? ain't it funny how the best of days of my life was all that
? out of nowhere it slipped away and the rope by the river hangs silently ? ? and the town that we knew ain't nothing like it used to be ah i can't explain ? ? they took all the color from the picture frame and the days got sold to the grid and the game ? ? but i just can't let it go no i just can't let it go ? ? i wonder if you ever think ? seven kids on a two-lane road we had "the guns" on the radio ? ? after all this time it still feels so good ? ? when i think about those summer nights singing out the window on the back roads "sweet island o' mine" ? ? sipping on the locos spark of
>> sing it. ? was all that wasted time all that wasted time ? ? swinging on the line living all that wasted time ? ? oh man ? ? ? hey hey now summer dresses drying out on the hood of the car ? ? only music that we had was out the left speaker ? ? we were living every second till the time ran out we had nothing but we had it all ? ? when i think about those summer nights sneaking out the window running back roads your hand in mine ? ? we were going nowhere we were so alive new york ? ? uh-huh ain't it crazy how the
>> who wants more keith urban? who wants more? they do. david >> got to dig rob's outfit. i'm glad i'm up with keith urban. the new album is "ripcord." you've had how many hit hits from this. >> three. >> but who's counting? >> thank you and thank you guys too. >> the first major tour since 2013. what's different about this. >> everything. new song, new production. the crowd is just -- the energy is through the roof. thank you. amazing. >> and the thought behind
>> just being in the moment really. i mean more than anything but everybody seems to want to come and spend their wasted time with us. thank you. >> before we hit the next song, a bit of a departure. "blue ain't your color." >> the record just came out but this is the fourth single off the album and it's a little sultry cool ballad. >> it's sultry right here in central park, right, guys and, keith urban, you are a friend of "blue ain't your color." keith urban, everybody. >> thank you. ? i can see you over there
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he's stealing your thunder baby blue ain't your color ? ? i'm not trying to be another just pick you up kinda guy ? ? trying to drink you up trying to take you home ? ? but i just don't understand how another man can take your sun and turn it ice cold ? ? well i've had enough to drink just might ? ? tell you if i were a painter i wouldn't change ya i'd just paint you bright baby ? ? 'cause blue looks good on the sky looks good on that neon buzzin' on the wall ?
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welcome back to "gma" on a friday morning and paula faris just said to me i cannot believe i have to meet keith urban dressed like this. >> this is what we call taking one for the team. >> and he looked at you and said let's get physical. >> i love you. >> keith urban, "some >> all right, new york, here we go. sing it. ? i'm driving home tonight catching all red lights ? ? that's all right 'cause i don't want to be alone ? ? there's nobody waiting there cold and empty bed ? ? words i wished i'd said
? ooh ooh ooh and i don't know why i do this to myself ? ? ooh ooh ooh i know you're with someone else ? ? but in my mind we're somewhere in my car ? ? and it's raining hard on the streetlight glow ? ? you got your lips on mine it's gasoline on fire ? ? i never will forget you grabbed my shirt and pulled it over my head ? my back breathing hard steaming up the glass ? ? i'd give anything if i could bring you back home ? ? ? so i've been sleeping till noon in the same bedroom where i once held you and it's breaking my heart ? ? i should take down all those pictures from my wall promises we made won't fill this empty
? ooh ooh ooh and i don't know why i just can't let you go ? ? ooh ooh ooh i know you're never coming back ? ? but in my mind we're somewhere in my car ? ? and it's raining hard on the streetlight glow ? ? you got your lips on mine it's gasoline on fire ? ? i never will forget you over my head ? ? fingertips slide up and down my back breathing hard steaming up the glass ? ? i'd give anything if i could bring you back home if i could bring you back ? ?
on the streetlight glow ? ? you got your lips on mine it's gasoline on fire ? ? i never will forget you grabbed my shirt and pulled it over my head ? ? and your fingertips slide up and down my back breathing hard steaming up the glass ? ? i'd give anything if i could bring you back home ? ? oh we were steaming up the windows don't you remember ? [ cheers and applause ]
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and we're back now with our "gma" games and, hey, everybody, it is time for a soccer shoot-out. let's first meet our competitors. got paula, the gold medalist dominique dawes. and on the other side we have team stripe, rob, and gold medalist mckayla maroney. they'll be using the blue colored soccer balls. no easy task because defending the goal we have major league soccer's 2015 goalkeeper of the year, luis robles of the new york red bulls and, luis, i want to ask you first a quick
hours getting ready to play sweden. last time these two played it was a draw. how do you think the u.s. fares tonight? >> they're golden. i know they're playing against their ex-coach but nonetheless will get a victory and move on to the next round. >> big gold medal hope. before we get going, i got words of encouragement and wisdom from a former olympic soccer champ herself, julie foudy, guys. take a look. >> all right, guy, here shoot-out. one, know where you're going, two, do not change your mind and three if you're not feeling confident no one knows. fake it till you make it. go get 'em. >> all right. fake it till you make it. advice i've been using my entire life. >> that's what we do in tv. fake it till we make it. >> luis, in net. now that you know and julie foudy has told you how to win the game, each team, you have 20
balls into the net as you can. team star, paula, you ready? your time starts now. not at the same time, we have two. rob, there is nobody in net. it's a tradeout. mckayla maroney -- that's a goal -- >> luis robles getting pelted right now. two white balls in the net. and that's ti. luis, come on over here. you absolutely just got pelted. do you have any idea on the count who won? i think paula was out for blood. >> i think she was too. i saw more -- >> somehow i survived. >> i saw more of the stars' soccer balls. i'll go ahead and get ready to adjust the leaderboard. the gold goes to you. any trash talk you want to give?
she said she played soccer when she was a kid and most gymnasts don't play any other sport so that's why i had to roll it in. >> the source of your fury and anger. >> i just told rob, he's going down. >> sometimes you got to use whatever motivation you can. >> great shot today. luis, thanks so much for coming out. hope you're not bruised too bad for the upcoming season. check them out tomorrow night
video showing the brutal attack on a 74-year-old man in bronx. police say the suspect threw the victim down a flight of stairs after following the man into his building yesterday. he also kicked a man and rifled through his pockets but ultimately did not steal anything. happening tomorrow, a 60 square block of lower manhattan will be closed to traffic as part of the shared streets program. pedestrians and cyclists will be able to explore the streets from the brooklyn bridge to battery park from 11:00 afternoon. and with that, a check on the commute with heather o'rourke. >> and if you decide to take a train, you are doing just fine. subways and new jersey transit okay. we have a problem 80 west near exit 58, an accident involving a tractor-trailer. and exit 18, an overturned dump truck being cleared. 30 minutes inbound george and lincoln. holland is 15 h1n1 minutes. and an accident still being
in effect. rob, over to you. >> thank you. a sweltering weekend ahead of us. here's bill evans. >> you hit the nail of the head there. 79 is our temperature at 9:00. it is humid. 82 ridgewood. 83 white stone. 84 belmar. you have ai heat warning in effect because it's going to feel like 105 to 110 over much of the area, even 95 to 100. showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. fe sizzling on sunday the. the hottest weekend of the year. high risk of rip currents at the beaches. be on the lookout for that. stay cool and dry. rob, back to you. >> thank you. stay cool everybody.
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