And the Hits Keep Coming: More Olympic Interviews and Venues from the WRAL-TV in Rio

Brad Simmons & Jeff Gravley

WRAL-TV’s Brad Simmons (left) & Jeff Gravley work hard to bring Triangle viewers coverage of the Track & Field games in Rio.

The Super Six in Rio are delivering a staggering number of stories, interviews and inside looks at the Summer Olympics to Triangle viewers.  WRAL-TV’s very own Renee Chou, Debra Morgan, Jeff Gravley, Ed Wilson, Keith Baker and Brad Simmons have been sharing their journey, and kindly allowing Capcom to in turn share their great social media posts and photos.

WRAL-TV Vice President & General Manager Steve Hammel arrived in Rio in time to see Kerri Walsh-Jennings and Amber Ross battle and win bronze in U.S. women’s beach volleyball.  He’s now taking in the sites and getting to witness the great work of our WRAL crew in Rio in person.

“So proud of WRAL’s Team Rio,” said Hammel.  “They are doing a terrific job.”

Thanks to WRAL-TV’s Renee Chou, Debra Morgan, Ed Wilson, Jeff Gravley & Steve Hammel for these capcom photos.

 

 

 

 

Catch more highlights and behind-the-scenes stories featuring North Carolina connections to the Summer Olympics during WRAL’s newscasts and on WRAL.comand WRALSportsFan.com, too!

Also follow our WRAL Team in Rio and those covering the action back in Raleigh on Twitter at #WRALinRio2016.

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