TOKYO, Japan — More than 600 athletes are representing the United States at the Tokyo Olympics and a number of them are from Indiana.
Here are the Hoosier athletes to watch on Wednesday, July 28 (Note: All dates and times listed are in eastern time):
Andrew Capobianco and Michael Hixon — Diving
Indiana University student Andrew Capobianco and 2018 graduate Michael Hixon won silver for Team USA in the men's synchronized 3-meter springboard diving event.
Capobianco and Hixon finished with a score of 444.36, about 23 points behind China and nearly 40 points ahead of Germany, who won bronze.
Hixon won a silver medal in the event at the Rio Olympics five years ago. He finished 10th in the individual 3-meter event.
Capobianco, this year's 3-meter NCAA champion, made his first Olympics appearance.
Joe Schroeder — Rugby
Team USA men's rugby finished sixth at the Tokyo Olympics following a 28-7 loss during their match against South Africa at 4 a.m. ET. This is the team's highest ever finish in an Olympic Games after previously finishing ninth in Rio in 2016.
Joe Schroeder, a Cathedral High School graduate from Westfield, made the U.S. men's roster for Tokyo earlier this month.
The program will now look ahead to the start of the World Rugby Sevens Series in September.
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Rajeev Ram — Tennis
Carmel High School graduate Rajeev Ram's quest for gold ended Wednesday morning after a loss in mixed doubles with partner Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
The No. 3-seeded team lost their first round match to Kevin Krawietz and Laura Siegemund of Germany 6-4, 5-7, 10-8.
Ram and Frances Tiafoe lost their second round match in men's doubles Tuesday morning.
Ram won a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Games in mixed doubles alongside Venus Williams.
Tennis will be available to stream on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports mobile app.
Jackie Young — 3-on-3 Women's Basketball
Princeton, Indiana native and former University of Notre Dame student Jackie Young is a gold medalist.
Young, Stefanie Dolson, Allisha Gray and her Las Vegas Aces teammate Kelsey Plum won the inaugural women's 3x3 basketball tournament at the Tokyo Olympics.
Team USA defeated France 18-16 in the semifinals and ROC 18-15 in the gold medal game. Young scored 2 points in the final game.
Young was a late replacement in the 3-on-3 women's basketball tournament after Katie Lou Samuelson tested positive for COVID-19 while training in Las Vegas.
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Annie Lazor and Lilly King — Swimming
Annie Lazor, who trains at IU, and two-time Olympic gold medalist Lilly King, who lives in Evansville and graduated from IU, are both competing in the women's 200-meter breaststroke event.
King finished first in the third heat with a time of 2:22.10, and Lazor finished right behind her with a time of 2:22.76.
Both advanced to the semifinals, where King qualified for the final in the first heat, finishing second to South Africa's Kaylene Corbett.
Lazor finished third in the second semifinal, which was also the third fastest time overall at 2:21.94. King's time of 2:22.27 qualified her in fifth for Thursday's final.
The final is scheduled to start at 9:41 p.m. ET and can be seen live on Channel 13 or streamed on NBCSports.com.
King won the bronze medal in the women's 100-meter breaststroke Monday night.
Felicia Stancil — Cycling BMX Racing
Indianapolis resident and Marian University graduate Felicia Stancil is competing in her first Olympic Games.
Stancil, who wears No. 6 on her jersey, finished second in her heat and qualified for Thursday's semifinals. The semis will take place Thursday, July 29 at 9:15 p.m. ET.