When the 2016 summer Olympics kick off in Brazil tonight, there will be plenty of opportunities to root for Michigan.
Ten athletes who call the state their home will go for the gold in volleyball, track and field, rowing and other events.
In the boxing ring, you'll see Claressa Shields from Flint. In the 2012 Olympics, Shields became the first U.S. woman to win a gold medal in the sport.
In the pool, look for Allison Schmitt of Canton. She won five medals in 2012, including three gold. This year, she's back as a team captain.