Photos Of Day 14 From The Olympics TweetShareGoogle+Email View Slideshow 1 of 9 Carmelita Jeter of the U.S. points at the time board as she crosses the finish line to win the women's 4x100 meter relay at the Olympic Stadium on Day 14 of the London 2012 Olympic Games. The U.S. set a new world record by finishing the race in 40.82 seconds. Franck Robichon / EPA/Landov View Slideshow 2 of 9 Carmelita Jeter of the U.S. points at the time board as she crosses the finish line to win the women's 4 x 100 relay on Day 14 of the London Games. The U.S. set a new world record by finishing the race in 40.82 seconds. Franck Robichon / EPA/Landov View Slideshow 3 of 9 Szabolcs Zubai of Hungary shoots over Magnus Jernemyr of Sweden during the men's handball semifinal. Jeff Gross / Getty Images View Slideshow 4 of 9 Dzhamal Otarsultanov of Russia (in red) and Vladimer Khinchegashvili of Georgia wrestle during the men's freestyle 55-kilogram gold medal match. Otarsultanov won the event. Feng Li / Getty Images View Slideshow 5 of 9 The team from Italy performs during the rhythmic gymnastics group all-around qualifications. Gregory Bull / AP View Slideshow 6 of 9 Latvia's Maris Strombergs leads the competition during the BMX cycling men's final. Strombergs won his second straight Olympic gold medal. Christophe Ena / AP View Slideshow 7 of 9 Egypt competes in the team synchronized swimming free routine final. Al Bello / Getty Images View Slideshow 8 of 9 Maartje Paumen (center) of the Netherlands celebrates after a goal during the women's field hockey final against Argentina. John MacDougall / AFP/Getty Images View Slideshow 9 of 9 Meseret Defar of Ethiopia celebrates winning gold in the women's 5,000 meters. Alexander Hassenstein / Getty Images Originally published on August 10, 2012 7:22 pm Photo highlights from today's Olympic action feature women's track and field, men's wrestling, BMX and women's field hockey. Want to see yesterday's photos? Click here.Copyright 2012 National Public Radio. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. TweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread.