RIO DE JANEIRO – The Latest on the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro (all times local):

8:50 p.m.

The evening track and field program has been put on hold due to strong winds and rain in Rio de Janeiro.

The pole vault final, women’s discus preliminaries and men’s 110-hurdles were halted Monday night until conditions improve.

Pole vaulters don’t like a lot of wind, especially gusts because it affects their flight. For discus throwers, the wind can affect flight and distance.

Before the evening program was halted, several discus throwers landed their discuses in the nets because it was so wet.

At the same time, the public address system was playing “I’m singing in the rain.”

8:45 p.m.

Ruslan Nurudinov won gold for Uzbekistan on Monday in the men’s 105-kilogram weightlifting division.

It was the first medal of any kind in weightlifting for the Central Asian nation, won with 194kg in the snatch and an Olympic-record 237 in the clean and jerk for a total of 431 kilos.

Nurudinov stuck his tongue out and shouted with joy after his final lift, before bowing to the crowd in triumph, tears in his eyes.

Armenia’s Simon Martirosyan had to settle for silver on 417, and Kazakhstan’s Alexandr Zaichikov won bronze with 416.

World record holder Ilya Ilyin of Kazakhstan had been considered the favorite for gold, but he missed the Olympics after failing doping retests of samples he gave at the 2008 and 2012 games.

8:05 p.m.

MEDAL ALERT: Russian Evgeny Tishchenko held off Kazakhstan fighter Vassiliy Levit by unanimous decision and won the heavyweight gold medal.

Levit appeared like he had the fight won, and battered Tishchenko in the head that cut him open and caused a lengthy stoppage in the third round. These are the first Olympics since 1980 where the fighters do not wear headgear.

But the judges thought Tischchenko did enough to survive and win the bout. Tishchenko won 29-28 on all three scorecards.

Levit seemed to control most of the fight and the decision was soundly booed by the fans. Tishchenko was booed out of the ring as the medal stand was assembled. Levit simply smirked and shook his head as he headed to the locker room.

The 25-year-old Tishchenko joins an elite lineage of Olympic champions at the glamour weight, including George Foreman, Ray Mercer and three-time Cuban champs Felix Savon and Teofilo Stevenson. Levit beat Savon’s nephew, Erislandy, to reach the final.

Savon, a Cuban fighter, and Uzbekistan’s Rustam Tulaganov are the bronze medalists.

7:40 p.m.

Authorities say travelers at New York’s Kennedy Airport cheering and loudly celebrating Usain Bolt’s Olympic 100-meter dash victory may have prompted ultimately unfounded reports of gunshots there.

That’s among the possibilities being probed by investigators trying to determine what led to a series of evacuations at the airport Sunday night.

Investigators also are interviewing witnesses and reviewing surveillance footage to figure out what caused the chaos.

An internal New York Police Department briefing document obtained by The Associated Press on Monday says patrons started to act “extremely disruptive” after watching the Olympics.

The timing of Bolt’s gold medal success roughly corresponded with an anonymous 911 call from a woman reporting gunshots in Terminal 8. Police say more than 20 people subsequently called 911.

Authorities scoured the terminal and determined no shots had been fired.

7:25 p.m.

Ash from a wildfire roughly 10 miles from the Olympic field hockey venue littered the playing surface before the evening session of the women’s quarterfinals.

High winds rattled and shook the media workroom tent on the site and blew smoke and ash into the area. Germany and the United States had finished playing about an hour before the problem became noticeable.

The first evening match between Great Britain and Spain went on as planned. Argentina will play the Netherlands in the nightcap.

7:20 p.m.

The Olympic Broadcasting Service says all seven people who suffered injuries when an aerial television camera it operates plummeted about 60 feet in the Olympic park have been treated and released from care.

A spokesman says the injuries were minor. They were sustained after an elevated camera that provides aerial views of the park fell to the ground.

An eye witness says he saw the camera hit two women. Chris Adams says “it looked like a flying saucer coming through the air when it hit these two women.”

OBS, which has operated cameras in Olympic parks and arenas since 2001, says it has launched an investigation into the matter.

7:10 p.m.

MEDAL ALERT: Cuban heavyweight Mijain Lopez once again bested Turkish rival Riza Kayaalp – this time with a performance that put him in the company of legendary wrestler Alexander Karelin.

Lopez throttled Kayaalp 6-0 Monday at the Rio Games to capture his third Greco-Roman Olympic gold medal.

Lopez joined Karelin of Russia and Sweden’s Carl Westergren as the only wrestlers with three Olympic titles in the classic discipline.

Lopez, who lost to Kayaalp in last year’s world finals, clinched the match by scoring in just 15 seconds.

It’s the eighth overall world title for Lopez.

6:40 p.m.

The Dutch team of Alexander Brouwer and Robert Meeuwsen advanced at Copacabana on Monday with a 25-23, 21-17 victory over countrymen Reinder Nummerdor and Christiaan Varenhorst in beach volleyball.

Nummerdor, 39, is a three-time Olympian who said afterward he expects to retire.

Nummerdor and Varenhorst were the runners-up at last year’s world championship. Nummerdor also finished fifth in Beijing and fourth in London with Richard Schuil.

Nummerdor came out of semi-retirement to make a run at a third Olympics with the 26-year-old Varenhorst. He said on Monday he was too emotional to make a decision on his future.

But he said “the chance is very high that I will quit.”

6:30 p.m.

MEDAL ALERT: Elia Viviani of Italy held off Britain’s Mark Cavendish and reigning champion Norman Lasse Hansen of Denmark to win the gold medal in the multi-discipline omnium.

Viviani led his rivals entering the points race, the last race in the six-discipline event, and did enough to hold off Cavendish and Hansen to win Italy’s second cycling medal of the Rio Games.

Cavendish earned the Olympic medal that has long eluded him. He missed out at the 2008 Beijing Games in the Madison and in the road race at the London Games four years ago.

The race was briefly neutralized with 99 of the 160 laps left when Cavendish cut down the track and into Park Sang-hoon. The Korean rider was strapped to a backboard and left on a stretcher.

6 p.m.

South Korean cyclist Park Sang-hoon has been taken from the velodrome on a stretcher after crashing during the points race, the final event in the multi-discipline omnium competition.

Park was on the inside of Mark Cavendish coming through the final corner when the British rider cut down sharply into him. Park hit the deck hard, causing race leader Elia Viviani of Italy to also fall.

The 160-lap race was neutralized with 99 laps to go as medical staff tended to Park on the apron. His neck was immobilized and he was strapped to a backboard before getting wheeled off the track.

6 p.m.

First there was too little wind and then there was too much wind at the Rio Olympics sailing regatta on Monday.

The men’s Laser medal race was postponed until Tuesday because of too little wind. The women’s Laser Radial medal race was delayed by lack of wind before the breeze suddenly kicked up on the Sugarloaf Course off Flamengo Beach. The 10 boats headed out onto Guanabara Bay, but officials decided the wind was too strong and decided to postpone it until Tuesday.

The men’s 49er and women’s 49erFX fleets raced out on the ocean, finishing their races before a squall hit. Racing in the 470 fleets never got underway. Several boats blew over before the got the call to head to shore.

There will now be four medal races on Tuesday, in Laser, Laser Radial, Finn and Nacra 17.

6 p.m.

MEDAL ALERT: Russian wrestler Davit Chakvetadze has won gold in the 85-kilogram Greco-Roman weight class, giving Russia its second Olympic title in as many days.

Chakvetadze rallied from a 2-0 deficit on Monday to throttle top-ranked Ukrainian Zhan Beleniuk 9-2.

Beleniuk now has two losses this year – and both came against Chakvetadze.

Javid Hamzatau of Belarus and Denis Kudla won bronze.

5:40 p.m.

Make it 0-2 for the Americans in boxing.

Antonio Vargas and Mikaela Mayer both lost their bouts, dropping Team USA to 10-5 in the boxing tournament.

Russian fighter Anastasiia Beliakova topped Mayer in a majority decision that knocked her out of the tournament. Though she found it late in life, the 26-year-old Mayer had used boxing to help turn her life around.

She was defeated in the lightweight bout, and her medal quest will have to wait another four years.

Shakhobidin Zoirov of Uzbekistan sent Vargas home earlier in the day by unanimous decision in a flyweight bout.

The Americans have still had a solid tournament following the fiasco in London where they failed to medal.

5:15 p.m.

The German Olympic team says canoe slalom coach Stefan Henze has died from injuries sustained in a car crash last week in Rio de Janeiro.

Henze, a canoe slalom silver medalist at the 2004 Games, died surrounded by his family. He was 35.

He underwent emergency surgery after the Friday taxi accident.

Germany will commemorate Henze’s death in the Olympic Village on Tuesday when the country’s flag will be flown at half-staff at all Olympic sites in Rio.

IOC President Thomas Bach says the Olympic body “is mourning the loss of a true Olympian. Our sympathy is with the family of Stefan Henze, his friends and all of the German Olympic team.”

5 p.m.

The Olympic Broadcasting Service now says seven people suffered minor injuries when a television camera it operates plummeted about 30 feet in the Olympic park.

The OBS says it dispatched workers to examine an issue with the pulling rope of the camera, which provides aerial views of the park. It says two guide ropes broke and sent the camera crashing down some 30 feet.

An eye witness says he saw the camera hit bystanders. Chris Adams says “it looked like a flying saucer coming through the air when it hit these two women.”

Rio organizers say at least one of the women was taken to a hospital.

OBS, which has operated cameras in Olympic parks and arenas since 2001, says it has launched an investigation into the matter.

AP Summer Games website: http://summergames.ap.org