HomeSportsNational SportsSimone Biles finishes with bronze: Key moments from Day 11 of the Olympic GamesSimone Biles finishes with bronze: Key moments from Day 11 of the Olympic GamesTue, August 3, 2021 by ABC NewsSHARE NOW Noriko Hayashi/Bloomberg via Getty Images(TOKYO) — Each day, ABC News will give you a roundup of key Olympic moments from the day’s events in Tokyo, happening 13 hours ahead of U.S. Eastern Standard Time. After a 12-month delay, the unprecedented 2020 Summer Olympics is taking place without fans or spectators and under a state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic.Simone Biles finishes Tokyo Games with a bronze medalAfter previously withdrawing from the team all-around and individual events, Simone Biles rejoined the competition and won the bronze medal in the individual balance beam competition. Biles ended her Olympic events by completing a solid routine, one that did not include any twists and had one minor balance check. Biles is now tied with Shannon Miller as the most decorated U.S. Olympic gymnast with seven medals.Teammate Sunisa Lee, who won the gold medal in the individual all-around, did not place in the balance beam event.U.S. men’s basketball advances to semifinalsThe U.S. men’s basketball team defeated Spain 95-81, advancing to the semifinals against the winner of the game between Australia and Argentina. The effort was led by Kevin Durant with 29 points. Team USA is looking to continue its streak of winning a medal in every Olympic Games since competing in 1936.COVID-19 cases at Tokyo Olympics rise to 299There were 18 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 at the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday, including one athlete who was staying at the Olympic Village at the time of the positive test. The total now stands at 299, according to data released by the Tokyo 2020 organizing committee.The surrounding city of Tokyo reported 3,709 new cases on Tuesday, a seven-day average increase of 189.3%, according to data from the Tokyo metropolitan government.U.S. takes silver in long jump, 400m hurdle world record obliteratedTeam USA’s Brittany Reese won the silver medal in long jump in Tuesday’s event. The U.S. now has five silvers in the athletics competitions with the only gold in discus throw.Norway’s Karsten Warholm took home the gold in the men’s 400m hurdles but also finished with a new world record of 45.94 seconds. He broke the previous record by .76 seconds.Sport climbing makes its Olympic debutSport climbing in the Tokyo Games began with two of the three disciplines: The men’s combined bouldering qualifier and the men’s combined lead qualifier. This is the first time sport climbing has been featured in the Olympics and consists of bouldering, lead and speed disciplines.For more Olympics coverage, see: https://abcnews.go.com/Sports/OlympicsCopyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.