This is What's Trending Today.... Olympic athletes from around the world are in Brazil to compete in the 2016 Olympic Games. The opening ceremony takes place on Friday in Rio de Janeiro. Most of the competitors are staying in the newly opened Olympic Village. Some have criticized living conditions within the village. Members of the Australian Olympic team, for example, decided to find somewhere else to stay until repairs were made in their building. Some athletes had another concern. There were no Pokemon to hunt in the Olympic Village. People could download the game in Brazil, but there were no Pokemon in the village. But that has not stopped one Olympian from trying to hunt Pokemon. Kohei Uchimura is a Japanese gymnast. He is a six-time world champion and the defending Olympic champion in men's gymnastics. His first day of competition at the 2016 Games is on Saturday. He is favored to repeat as the Olympic champion. But, somehow, he has found time -- a lot of time -- to try to play Pokemon Go since arriving in Rio late last month. Uchimura recently received a nearly $5,000 telephone bill, Japan's Kyodo news agency reported. A lot of that money is for international roaming charges. This means his phone service did not include data when traveling in other countries. Thankfully, the AP reported, his phone carrier has agreed to reduce the amount. He will now pay a much-lower fee, of $30, for each day he is in Brazil. Uchimura told Kyodo News that he "really lucked out." One Twitter user said Uchimura "deserves a medal for talking down" his phone bill.
1.defending champion n ph. 卫冕冠军
She will now face either defending champion Serena Williams or Belarusian Victoria Azarenka for a place in the final.
2.roaming charge n ph. 漫游费
Without understanding the meaning of a roaming charge, Mr. Tang deducted that charge and sent a check for $50, his basic service plan cost.
3.phone carrier n ph. 手机运营商
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is personally negotiating with China Mobile, the world’s largest cell phone carrier, to bring the iPhone to an increasingly tech-hungry Chinese market.
苹果首席执行官史蒂夫·乔布斯（Steve Jobs）正在与全球最大的手机运营商——中国移动谈判，商讨如何将iPhone带到更多对科技越来越感兴趣的中国消费者手中 。
4.luck out v ph. 走运，逢凶化吉，侥幸成功
Was he born to be successful, or did he just luck out?
1.But that has not stopped one Olympian from trying to hunt Pokemon.
stop ... from doing sth v ph. 阻止/妨碍……做某事
Big business and Wall Street have used their money and political clout to stop government from doing as much as needs to be done.
Mom wrote and talked about cancer like it was just this thing she was handling, refusing to let it stop her from doing the things that meant the most to her.
2.One Twitter user said Uchimura "deserves a medal for talking down" his phone bill.
talk down v ph. 讲价，说服，驳倒
Don’t talk down to coworkers, including subordinates.
He talked down the price by 100 dollars.
大家好，这里是《今日热点》节目。全球运动员已齐聚巴西，应战2016年奥运会 。开幕式将于周五在里约热内卢召开 。大多数参赛选手都住在新开放的奥运村内 。对奥运村的居住环境，一些选手已颇有微词 。比如，澳大利亚代表队的选手决定先找别处下脚，等奥运村维修好厚再回去 。
一些选手还有其他的忧虑 。在奥运村里玩不了手游《口袋妖怪Go》 。虽然在巴西境内可以下载这款游戏，但是奥运村里没有口袋妖怪 。即便这样，也无法阻止其中一名奥运选手追击精灵的步伐 。航平是一名日本体操选手 。曾6次夺得世界冠军，是男子体操的卫冕冠军 。他的第一天赛程在周六 。各方对其再次夺冠十分看好 。但自从上个月抵达里约以来，他却将时间、很多的时间，花在了玩儿这款手游上 。据日本共同通讯社报道，航平收到了5000多美元的手机账单 。很多都是国际漫游费用 。意味着他的手机服务中不包括国际漫游数据费用 。不过据美联社报道，所幸的是，航平的手机运营商同意减免费用 。现在，每天他只需要支付30美元即可 。对此，航平本人表示“真是特别走运” 。有一个Twitter评论说，航平还应该得到一块“三寸不烂之舌的奖牌”，可以把手机费用减免这么多 。