See Every Medal Team USA Won in the Tokyo Summer Olympics

The Games, which officially kicked off on July 23, continue through Aug. 8: Keep track here of the Americans who medal

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Men's Basketball, Gold

Team United States pose for photographs with their gold medals during the Men's Basketball medal ceremony on day fifteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Saitama Super Arena on August 07, 2021 in Saitama
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Kevin Durant: "This is one of those special journeys. When you're a part of a team that's evolving by the second, it's amazing to see. Each game we continued to grow. I'm grateful we all committed to it, we stuck with it and we finished it off."

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Women's Basketball, Gold

Gold medalists of Team USA pose for a photo on the women's basketball awarding ceremony at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, in Tokyo, Japan, Aug. 8, 2021.
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Diana Taurasi: "It's 20 years of sacrifice, putting everything aside, of wanting to win. It's never easy playing on this team, the pressure ... but this group found a way to win."

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Men's Baseball, Silver

Silver medalists Team United States pose for photographs following the gold medal game between Team United States and Team Japan on day fifteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Yokohama Baseball Stadium on August 07, 2021 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
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Mike Scioscia: "Our team played really under such different circumstances than they usually face back in the States in a normal season. Every game was a Game 7. We got within a couple breaks of winning the gold medal."

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Women's Volleyball, Gold

Players of Team United States react as they receive their Gold Medals during the Victory Ceremony following the Women's Gold Medal Volleyball match between Brazil and United States on day sixteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Ariake Arena on August 08, 2021 in Tokyo
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Jordan Larson: "I'm just still in a state of shock. I cried more in the last 24 hours than I think I have in my career. I'm not an emotional player, an emotional person. But I think just the emotions got the best of me. I'm now in kind of this euphoria, a state of shock."

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Kyle Snyder, Silver

Silver medalist Kyle Frederick Snyder of Team United States poses with the silver medal during the medal ceremony for the Men's Freestyle 97kg on day fifteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Makuhari Messe Hall on August 07, 2021
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Event: Men's 97kg wrestling

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Jennifer Valente, Gold

Gold medalist Jennifer Valente of Team United States, poses during the medal ceremony after the Women's Omnium finals of the track cycling on day sixteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Izu Velodrome on August 08, 2021 in Izu, Shizuoka, Japan
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Event: Women's Omnium (cycling)

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Keyshawn Davis, Silver

Keyshawn Davis of Team United States celebrates with his silver medal during the medal ceremony for the Men's Light (57-63kg) Final bout between Keyshawn Davis of Team United States and Andy Cruz of Team Cuba on day sixteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games at Kokugikan Arena on August 08, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan
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Event: Men's Lightweight boxing

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Sarah Hildebrandt, Bronze

Bronze medalist USA's Sarah Ann Hildebrandt poses with her medal on the podium after the women's freestyle 50kg wrestling competition during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Makuhari Messe in Tokyo on August 7, 2021
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Event: Women's 50kg wrestling

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Richard Torrez, Silver

Richard Torrez Jr of Team United States celebrates with his silver medal during the medal ceremony for the Men's Super Heavy (+91kg) Final on day sixteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games at Kokugikan Arena on August 08, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan
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Event: Men's Super Heavyweight boxing

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Nelly Korda, Gold

Nelly Korda of Team United States celebrates with the gold medal at the victory ceremony after the final round of the Women's Individual Stroke Play on day fifteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Kasumigaseki Country Club on August 07, 2021 in Kawagoe, Japan
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Event: Women's golf

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Women's 4x400 Relay, Gold

Gold medalists Team USA react on the awarding ceremony of the women's 4x400m relay at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, Aug. 7, 2021.
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Biography: Sydney McLaughlin, Allyson Felix, Dalilah Muhammad and Athing Mu

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Men's 4x400 Relay, Gold

Gold medal winners Bryce Deadmon, Michael Cherry, Michael Norman and Rai Benjamin of Team United States stand on the podium during the medal ceremony for the Men's 4 x 400m Relay on day fifteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Olympic Stadium on August 07, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan
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Biography: Michael Cherry, Michael Norman, Bryce Deadmon and Rai Benjamin

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Molly Seidel, Bronze

USA's Molly Seidel poses with her bronze medal during the victory ceremony of the women's marathon event during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 8, 2021.
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Event: Women's marathon

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Equestrian Jumping, Silver

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Biography: Jessica Springsteen, Laura Kraut and McLain Ward

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Women's Water Polo, Gold

Gold medalists Team United States pose after receiving their medals during the Women's Gold Medal match between Spain and the United States on day fifteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Tatsumi Water Polo Centre on August 07, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan
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Ashleigh Johnson: "I'm so proud of how we performed for each other today and for the people that we represent. I hope everyone was watching and I hope they find something in our performance today, because we gave everything that we had."

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Women's 4x100m Relay Team, Gold

Javianne Oliver, Teahna Daniels, Jenna Prandini and Gabrielle Thomas of Team United States celebrate winning the silver medal in the Women's 4 x 100m
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Biography: Teahna Daniels is 24, Javianne Oliver is 26, Jenna Prandini is 28 and Gabrielle Thomas is 24

Event: Women's 4x100m relay

Quote: Thomas: "We were excited to come out here and work hard together to come out with a medal. We're really excited to do this for Team USA."

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Allyson Felix, Bronze

Allyson Felix
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Biography: 35 years old

Event: 400m race

Quote: "I'm not afraid of losing. I lose much more than I win. That's life and I think that's how it's supposed to be. I've found that I learn more from my losses and that I have gained much more value in the journey toward a goal than achieving that goal. I'll line up, I'll give my best and I will either win or lose and that doesn't scare me."

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Alix Klineman and April Ross, Gold

Ross Klineman

Biography: Klineman is 31 and Ross is 39

Event: Women's beach volleyball

Quote: Ross: "It means a lot to uphold that tradition. It wasn't easy. So many different countries are putting a lot of resources into their beach volleyball teams and the level is ridiculously high."

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Kyle Dake, Bronze

USA's Kyle Douglas Dake
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Biography: 30 years old

Event: Men's 74kg wrestling

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Paul Chelimo, Bronze

USA's Paul Chelimo celebrates with the national flag after winning the bronze medal in the men's 5000m final
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Biography: 30 years old

Event: Men's 5000m race

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Gable Steveson, Gold

United State's Gable Dan Steveson celebrates after defeating Georgia's Gennadij Cudinovic during their men's freestyle
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Biography: 21 years old

Event: Men's freestyle 125kg wrestling

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Ariel Torres, Bronze

Ariel Torres

Biography: 23 years old

Event: Men's kata (Karate)

Quote: "My family… WE DID IT!!!!!!!!! Thank you for always supporting my dream and for all the sacrifices you made for me to keep fighting."

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Nathaniel Coleman, Silver

Nathaniel Coleman
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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Men's combined sport climbing

Quote: "This is a goal that, I couldn't have even really acknowledged it. So to have achieved it, it's insane."

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Helen Maroulis, Bronze

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Biography: 29 years old

Event: Women's 57kg wrestling

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Cory Juneau, Bronze

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Biography: 22 years old

Event: Men's park (skateboarding)

Quote: "I just put everything I had on the table, and it all came together how I imagined."

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Duke Ragan, Silver

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Biography: 23 years old

Event: Men's featherweight boxing

Quote: "Coming from the USA, I was the first professional boxer to compete in the Olympics. I take that and run with it. It was a blessing to be here. I'm glad that I was a professional. A little bit more experience even though I didn't get the gold, but it's all good."

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David Taylor, Gold

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Biography: 30 years old

Event: Men's 86kg wrestling

Quote: "There was no way I wasn't going to find a way. It's the gold medal, man. I was going to rip my arms off if I had to."

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Thomas Gilman, Bronze

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Biography: 27 years old

Event: Men's 57kg wrestling

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Katie Nageotte, Gold

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Biography: 30 years old

Event: Women's pole vault

Quote: "I think especially with pole vault, it's a lot of hard work and a little bit of luck. And I'm so grateful that it went my way today."

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Women's Soccer Team, Bronze

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Event: Women's soccer

Quote: Captain Becky Sauerbrunn: "I can't say more than the bronze means so much. It feels like we really had to earn that thing, and we're very proud."

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Ryan Crouser, Gold

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Biography: 28 years old

Event: Men's shot put

Quote: "To lose [my grandfather] the week before the Olympics was obviously sad. But I feel like he was able to be here in spirit."

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Joe Kovacs, Silver

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Biography: 32 years old

Event: Men's shot put

Quote: "Last round, I just swung for the fences. What I threw today would have been the Olympic record. Ryan threw farther. That just tells you where the sport's going. We just keep pushing each other."

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Nevin Harrison, Gold

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Biography: 19 years old

Event: Women's canoe single 200m race

Quote: "I'm hoping this can really help put [my sport] on the map and get girls like me involved, and boys. Because it's a cool sport. It's fun, it's competitive and it would be awesome to kind of get the U.S. up to the same level as a lot of countries that we're competing against."

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Oshae Jones, Bronze

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Biography: 23 years old

Event: Women's welterweight boxing

Quote: "It was a great run! I will leave Tokyo with a bronze medal! Love all my supporters and fans!"

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Grant Holloway, Silver

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Biography: 23 years old

Event: Men's 100m hurdles

Quote: "If I was to say I'm not upset, then I'm lying. But I have to be satisfied with the silver. I've got to go back home, got to work toward getting the gold again."

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Sydney McLaughlin, Gold

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Biography: 21 years old

Event: Women's 400m hurdles

Quote: "I just knew that I had to be patient and trust that I could feel strong enough and come off 10 and give it everything I have."

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Dalilah Muhammad, Silver

Olympic Medalists
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Biography: 21 years old

Event: Women's 400m hurdles

Quote: "I think we as a society need to separate all of the accomplishments that are made and be happy with the accomplishments that you make within yourself. To be sitting here, 1-2-3 with crazy fast times, it's an accomplishment in itself. I'm truly proud of that."

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Courtney Frerichs, Silver

Olympic Medalists
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Biography: 28 years old

Event: Women's 3000m steeplechase

Quote: "I was prepared to have to take it early and make it a hard race. It's really difficult to put yourself out there like that and I definitely had some fear to overcome but I knew I'd walk away with no regrets if I really laid it all out there."

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Kenneth Bednarek, Silver

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Biography: 22 years old

Event: Men's 200m race

Quote: "I definitely think I can run way faster than that. But that's going to come with technique and experience. I'm pretty new to this game, so there's a lot of things that I've got to work on."

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Noah Lyles, Bronze

Olympic Medalists
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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Men's 200m race

Quote: "I'm not defined by being an Olympic bronze medalist or gold-medal world champion or the high schooler that went pro. That's not who I am. I'm Noah Lyles."

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Sarah Robles, Bronze

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Biography: 33 years old

Event: Women's +87kg weightlifting

Quote: "I've struggled a lot throughout my career, it almost feels like I've been going uphill both ways with the wind against me. Going from the bottom in the sport, to the top in the sport, to making history in this sport means a lot to me."

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Chloé Dygert, Jennifer Valente, Emma White and Megan Jastrab, Bronze

Chloe Dygert, Megan Jastrab, Jennifer Valente, Emma White
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Biography: Dygert is 24, Valente is 26, White is 23 and Jastrab is 19

Event: Women's team pursuit (cycling)

Quote: "The rides today were just absolutely phenomenal, and we are really, really proud to pull off what we did today … This past year has been full of a lot of struggles, and we're really proud to come away with bronze."

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Rai Benjamin, Silver

Rai Benjamin
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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Men's 400m hurdles

Quote: "I cried a little bit. It's going to be a lot to process this next 24 hours, but I am really happy to be a part of history like this, just to show where this event can go."

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Tamyra Mensah, Gold

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Biography: 28 years old

Event: Women's 68 kg. wrestling

Quote: "I knew I could do it. I knew it would be hard. I prayed I could do it. In my wildest dreams I knew."

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Brittney Reese, Silver

Brittney Reese
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Biography: 34 years old

Event: Women's long jump

Quote: "It's a great feeling. I had a great career. I had a great journey. I'm just blessed. I've been in this sport for 13 years, and to finish my career with a silver I can't complain."

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Adeline Gray, Silver

Adeline Maria
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Biography: 30 years old

Event: Women's 76 kg. wrestling

Quote: "I didn't dream big enough. I didn't know I could be a professional athlete in my 30s. I didn't know that I could have a husband and a career and be able to balance those two things at this stage. I really held myself back at a young age because I didn't know these things were possible."

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Chris Nilsen, Silver

Christopher Nilsen
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Biography: 23 years old

Event: Men's pole vault

Quote: "I had a couple of good jumps at 6 meters, and I was happy to walk away with that."

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Simone Biles, Bronze

Simone Biles
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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Beam (gymnastics)

Quote: "I was just happy to be able to perform, regardless of the outcome. I did it for me, and I was just proud of myself for being able to compete one more time."

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Valarie Allman, Gold

Valarie Allman
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Biography: 26 years old

Event: Discus

Quote: "I can't believe it. I've watched the Olympics for as long as I can remember and athletics has always had such a special part in my heart, and to now be here, be in his moment, it feels so surreal."

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Jade Carey, Gold

Jade Carey

Biography: 21 years old

Event: Women's floor exercise (gymnastics)

Quote: "I think coming back from a day like yesterday ... I'm really proud of myself for being able to put that behind me and finish with probably the best floor routine I've ever done in my life."

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Gabby Thomas, Bronze

Gabby Thomas
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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Women's 200m race

Quote: "It's such a long journey, and so many days and hours of mental and physical preparation. And it just all came together in that one moment."

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Athing Mu, Gold

Athing Mu
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Biography: 19 years old

Event: Women's 800m race

Quote: "I'm very fun. This isn't the last time you're going to see me run. This is just the beginning. There's more."

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Raevyn Rogers, Bronze

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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Women's 800m race

Quote: "There was a split second in the race where it's like, 'You should like try to go 'cause you can get a medal.' "

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Kendra Harrison, Silver

Kendra Harrison
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Biography: 28 years old

Event: Women's 100m hurdles

Quote: "To get a silver medal to bring home to my country, I couldn't be happier."

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Sunisa Lee, Bronze

Bronze Medalist Sunisa Lee of Team United States poses with her medal on the podium during the Women's Uneven Bars Final medal ceremony on day nine of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Ariake Gymnastics Centre on August 01, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.
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Biography: 18 years old

Event: Uneven bars (gymnastics)

Quote: "I'm really proud of myself for staying with it, because there were so many times in my bar routine where I just could have gave up and just jumped off. But I didn't. And now I have a bronze medal."

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Fred Kerley, Silver

Fred Kerley
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Biography: 26 years old

Event: Men's 100m race

Quote: "I executed the race perfectly out of 10 and came up with a silver medal."

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Alex Massialas, Race Imboden, Gerek Meinhardt and Nick Itkin, Bronze

Gerek Meinhardt of Team United States celebrates after defeating Team Germany to advance to the Sem-finals in Men's Fencing Foil Team Quarterfinal on day nine of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Makuhari Messe Hall on August 01, 2021 in Chiba, Japan.
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Biography: Massialas is 27, Imboden is 28, Meinhardt is 31 and Itkin is 21

Event: Men's foil team fencing

Quote: Imboden: "We pulled it back together. I think the key is always just, as a top athlete, to bounce back. We bounced back."

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MyKayla Skinner, Silver

MyKayla Skinner
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Biography: 22 years old

Event: Women's vault (gymnastics)

Quote: "Kind of crazy. I was actually gonna get on a plane to go home. I wasn't expecting any of this to happen."

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Kate Nye, Silver

Katherine Elizabeth Nye of Team United States
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Biography: 22 years old

Event: Women's light heavyweight weightlifting

Quote: "There were some beautiful days, days where I wanted to quit, days that I had some very serious doubts about my abilities. But they all have contributed to this once (maybe twice) in a lifetime opportunity that I do not take lightly."

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Xander Schauffele, Gold

Xander Schauffele

Biography: 27 years old

Event: Men's golf

Quote: "For me, I really wanted to win for my dad. I am sure he is crying somewhere right now. I kind of wanted this one more than any other."

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Krysta Palmer, Bronze

Krysta Palmer
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Biography: 29 years old

Event: Women's individual 3m springboard diving

Quote: "We have really strong springboard divers in the USA right now, and if it wasn't me, it could've been one of them. So carrying that level to the international stage has been exciting … it's exciting to just make a little more history."

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Bobby Finke, Gold

Bobby Finke
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Biography: 21 years old

Event: Men's 1500m freestyle (swimming)

Quote: "Honestly, it doesn't really seem real. I came in not really expecting to medal. I was just going to try my best to make the finals. So to come out of it with two golds, it means the world to me, especially for my family and teammates."

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Raven Saunders, Silver

Raven Saunders
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Biography: 25 years old

Event: Women's shot put

Quote: "Everything that I've been through mental-health wise, injuries, financial ... Keep fighting, keep pushing, find value in yourself."

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Regan Smith, Lydia Jacoby, Torri Huske and Abbey Weitzeil, Silver

Regan Smith, Lydia Jacoby, Torri Huske and Abbey Weitzeil
Regan Smith, Lydia Jacoby, Torri Huske and Abbey Weitzeil. ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP via Getty Images

Biography: Smith is 19, Jacoby is 17, Huske is 18 and Weitzeil is 24

Event: Women's medley relay (swimming)

Quote: Weitzeil: "We're racing the best in the world, and we're so close to being gold. We're just so proud of ourselves."

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Ryan Murphy, Zach Apple, Caeleb Dressel and Michael Andrew, Gold

Caeleb Dressel
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Biography: Murphy is 26, Apple is 24, Dressel is 24 and Andrew is 22

Event: Men's 4x100m medley relay (swimming)

Quote: Dressel: "To come out at the end of this meet with the world record, with a gold medal alongside these guys, I couldn't ask for anything better."

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Caeleb Dressel, Gold

Caeleb Dressel
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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Men's 50m freestyle (swimming)

Quote: "It's really a challenge to move in and out of all these emotions and step up to each race with a clear mind."

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Hannah Roberts, Silver

Hannah Roberts
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Biography: 19 years old

Event: BMX freestyle

Quote: "I have already had so much fun. I love riding my bike. That's all that matters."

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Mixed 4x400 Relay Team, Bronze

Vernon Norwood of Team United States competes in the 4 x 400m Mixed Relay Final
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Biography: Vernon Norwood is 29, Trevor Stewart is 24, Kendall Ellis is 25 and Kaylin Whitney is 23

Event: Mixed 4x400 relay (a new event)

Quote: Norwood: "We ended up getting our joy back and we walked away with some hardware."

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Brian Burrows and Madelynn Ann Bernau, Bronze

Bronze medallists USA's Madelynn Ann Bernau and Brian Burrows
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Biography: Burrows is 33 and Bernau is 23

Event: Trap mixed team

Quote: Bernau: "As I kind of settled into my groove, I was like, 'Nope, this is going to push me to hit this target as hard as I need to,' and I just went for it. I just went ahead and did it, nerves and all shaking, as much as I could control it."

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Katie Ledecky, Gold

Ledecky
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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Women's 800m freestyle (swimming)

Quote: "I just trusted myself, trusted that I could pull it out and swim it whatever way I needed to."

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Caeleb Dressel, Gold

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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Men's 100m butterfly (swimming)

Quote: "I knew what I had to do to execute, and it hurt. It hurt really bad. But it's fine."

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Triathlon Mixed Relay Team, Silver

Silver medalists Katie Zaferes, Kevin McDowell, Taylor Knibb and Morgan Pearson of Team United States
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Biography: Katie Zaferes is 32, Kevin McDowell is 29, Taylor Knibb is 23 and Morgan Pearson is 27

Event: Triathlon mixed relay (a new event this year)

Quote: Zaferes: "I just think it's so amazing for our sport and to be able to introduce it to so many other people. Because we all love it and we know how special it feels compared to the individual. I just think it's an incredible event."

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Lilly King, Silver

Lazor King

Biography: 24 years old

Event: Women's 200m breaststroke (swimming)

Quote: "I've been doing the math in my head for years now, I've known I've had that swim in me for so long. I knew it was possible. I just had to send it off the cliff that first 100 and pray to get back. Very, very excited to finally break that barrier."

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Annie Lazor, Bronze

Annie Lazor

Biography: 26 years old

Event: Women's 200m breaststroke (swimming)

Quote: "If you told me four years ago when I came back to the sport that I'd be an Olympic medalist, I think everyone, myself included, would have called you pretty crazy including my coach and my teammates. So I'm just happy to be here."

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Ryan Murphy, Silver

Ryan Murphy
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Biography: 26 years old

Event: Men's 200m backstroke (swimming)

Quote: "I gave myself a shot. I tried to go out there and win. I paid for it a little bit at the end, but I think I'm happy with that."

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Sunisa Lee, Gold

Sunisa Lee
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Biography: 18 years old

Event: Women's gymnastics individual all-around

Quote: "The waiting game was something I hated so much, but when I saw my score came out on top, it was so emotional. It doesn't feel like real life."

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Kayle Browning, Silver

Kayle Browning
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Biography: 29 years old

Event: Women's trap (shooting)

Quote: "This is the pinnacle of my career. I've worked for this moment my whole life, so I don't really have words to describe it yet, but I'm definitely proud."

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Allison Schmitt, Paige Madden, Katie McLaughlin and Katie Ledecky, Silver

Kathryn McLaughlin, Paige Madden, Allison Schmitt and Katie Ledecky
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Biography: Schmitt is 31, Madden is 23, McLaughlin and Ledecky are 24

Event: Women's 4x200m freestyle relay (swimming)

Quote: Ledecky: "It's hard to put into words. Making the Olympics is hard and to win an Olympic medal is even harder … I can't put it into words."

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Regan Smith, Silver

Regan Smith
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Biography: 19 years old

Event: Women's 200m butterfly (swimming)

Quote: "I never really thought I'd make it to the Olympics in the butterfly so I'm psyched."

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Hali Flickinger, Bronze

Hali Flickinge
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Biography: 27 years old

Event: Women's 200m butterfly (swimming)

Quote: "I did get to stand up on the podium and represent the U.S. That's all that matters here."

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Bobby Finke, Gold

Robert Finke
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Biography: 21 years old

Event: Men's 800m freestyle (swimming)

Quote: "I honestly did not expect to win at all, not even a medal to be honest with you."

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Caeleb Dressel, Gold

Caeleb Dressel
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Biography: 24 years old

Event: Men's 100m freestyle (swimming)

Quote: "It means a lot. I knew that weight was on my shoulders. I'd won [Olympic] relay medals but never individual, so it was really special."

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Kate Douglass, Bronze

Kate Douglass
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Biography: 19 years old

Event: Women's 200m individual medley (swimming)

Quote: "It's just so exciting to see all of our friends come together and be just so excited for [Alex Walsh and me]. I just love it, it's a great feeling."

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Alex Walsh, Silver

Alex Walsh
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Biography: 19 years old

Event: Women's 200m individual medley (swimming)

Quote: "That was the goal going in, [teammate Kate Douglass and I] both wanted to medal, I remember looking at the scoreboard seeing 2 and 3, just a moment of pure joy, honestly. And our coach was also sobbing."

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Michael Hixon and Andrew Capobianco, Silver

Andrew Capobianco and Michael Hixon
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Biography: Hixon is 27 and Capobianco is 21

Event: Men's 3m synchronized diving

Quote: Hixon: "It feels incredible, I'm so proud of [Andrew]. The way that we performed as a team, the way that we came together… He became one of the best synchro divers in the world and I couldn't be more proud of the work he's done to get there."

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Women's 3x3 Basketball Team, Gold

Team United States
Team USA's 3x3 Basketball Team. Stanislav KrasilnikovTASS via Getty

Biography: Stefanie Dolson is 29, Allisha Gray is 26, Kelsey Plum is 26 and Jackie Young is 23

Event: Women's 3x3 basketball

Quote: Dolson: "It is incredible. Basketball runs deep in the U.S.A. and to pull this off and win gold is incredible."

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Erica Sullivan, Silver

Erica Sullivan
ODD ANDERSEN/AFP via Getty

Biography: 20 years old

Event: Women's 1500m freestyle (swimming)

Quote: "It was so exciting. Just awesome that I get to do this and really set a landmark for women and also do it in Japan where I have half my family. It means a lot."

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Katie Ledecky, Gold

Katie Ledecky
Katie Ledecky. Tom Pennington/Getty

Biography: 24 years old

Event: Women's 1500m freestyle (swimming)

Quote: "I definitely wanted to get at least one [gold medal] and I've kind of checked that box. I still always have the big picture in mind."

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Adrienne Lyle, Steffen Peters and Sabine Schut-Kery, Silver

US equestrian team
BEHROUZ MEHRI/getty

Biography: Lyle, 36, rode horse Salvino, Peters, 56, rode horse Suppenkasper and Schut-Kery, 52 rode horse Sanceo

Event: Dressage Grand Prix Special

Quote: Lyle: "And then this happened ...!"

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Jessica Parratto and Delaney Schnell, Silver

Jessica Parratto and Delaney Schnell

Biography: Parratto is 27 and Schnell is 22

Event: Women's synchronized 10m platform diving

Quote: Schnell: "That last dive was probably one of the most nervewracking dives I've done in my entire career."

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Women's Softball Team, Silver

Team USA softball
Team USA softball plays Team Japan. Yuichi Masuda/Getty Images

Event: Women's softball

Quote: Cat Osterman: "Not the outcome we wanted, but damn I'm proud of the fight, passion belief and effort this team put into every single pitch of these Olympic Games."

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Carissa Moore, Gold

Carissa Moore
Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Biography: 28 years old

Event: Women's surfing

Quote: "I feel super blessed, super fortunate. It's been an incredible experience. It's been a crazy couple of days, a little bit of a roller coaster of emotions just trying to figure out the break, find my rhythm, learning how to trust myself without my family here."

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Katie Zaferes, Bronze

Katie Zaferes
Team USA's Katie Zaferes celebrates after winning bronze in the women's triathlon on Tuesday in the Tokyo Summer Olympics. Photo by LOIC VENANCE/AFP via Getty Images

Biography: 32 years old

Event: Women's triathlon

Quote: "I just gave a little, 'Hi, Dad.' I just felt like that was him. I felt him," she told NBC of a rainbow in the sky during competition that she took as a sign from her late father. "I feel like he'd be so happy."

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Lilly King, Bronze

Lilly King

Biography: 24 years old

Event: Women's 100m breaststroke (swimming)

Quote: "[Teammate Jacoby] just had the swim of her life and I'm so proud to be her teammate and win bronze for my country."

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Sunisa Lee, Jordan Chiles, Simone Biles and Grace McCallum, Silver

Simone Biles
Simone Biles/Instagram

Biography: Lee is 18, Chiles is 20, Biles is 24 and McCallum is 18

Event: Women's team gymnastics

Quote: Biles, who exited the competition for personal reasons: "I'm SO proud of these girls right here. You girls are incredibly brave & talented! I'll forever be inspired by your determination to not give up and to fight through adversity! They stepped up when I couldn't. Thanks for being there for me and having my back! Forever love y'all."

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Mary Tucker and Lucas Kozeniesky, Silver

Shooting - Olympics: Day 4

Biography: Tucker is 20 and Kozeniesky is 26

Event: 10m air rifle mixed team

Quote: Kozeniesky: "The first thing [that went through my mind] is that it's heavy. Thud. Five years of work, done."

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Regan Smith, Bronze

Swimming - Olympics: Day 4

Biography: 19 years old

Event: Women's 100m backstroke (swimming)

Quote: "I really went out there and gave it my all. It was a super-stacked heat, so the fact that I came away with a medal, I really can't ask for much more.''

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Ryan Murphy, Bronze

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Swimming

Biography: 26 years old

Event: Men's 100m backstroke (swimming)

Quote: "It's definitely a mix of emotions. Being third in the world is no shame but obviously you want to go out there and win. That was the best I had this day. Hats off to the Russian guys."

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Lydia Jacoby, Gold

lydia jacoby
Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Biography: 17 years old

Event: Women's 100m breaststroke (swimming)

Quote: "It's just incredible to come out of the water and see my name on the scoreboard."

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Vincent Hancock, Gold

Vincent Hancock
Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Biography: 32 years old

Event: Men's skeet final (shooting)

Quote: "The second that I knew that I was going to win, the nerves usually will just go away, but they stayed. And I'm like, Dude, you just won — again. This is what we've been working for every day and this is the goal."

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Amber English, Gold

Amber English
Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Biography: 31 years old

Event: Women's skeet (shooting)

Quote: "We are very fortunate to be here to be able to compete. You know everyone wanted to compete last year but we are very fortunate to still be here and do what we do. We appreciate everything."

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Zach Apple, Bowen Becker, Caeleb Dressel and Blake Pieroni, Gold

Bowen Becker, Blake Pieroni and Caeleb Dressel
Photo by Tim Clayton/Corbis via Getty Images

Biography: Apple, Becker and Dressel are 24 and Pieroni is 25

Event: Men's 4x100 freestyle relay (swimming)

Quote: "All of us love that relay. We have immense amount of confidence in that relay. All of us love 100 freestyle. We don't really pay attention to who's on the relay from the other countries, we just worry about ourselves and our lane, and putting the four fastest splits out that we can," Pieroni said.

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Katie Ledecky, Silver

Katie Ledecky
Photo by Xavier Laine/Getty Images

Biography: 24 years old

Event: Women's 400m freestyle (swimming)

Quote: "It was certainly a tough race and I delivered. I couldn't do much better than that. It was a tremendous race, a lot of fun. I can't be too disappointed. It was my second-best swim ever. I felt like I fought tooth and nail and that's all you can ask for."

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Lee Kiefer, Gold

Lee Kiefer
Photo by Alexander Safonov/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Biography: 27 years old

Event: Women's individual foil (fencing)

Quote: "I still can't believe it. I was so calm, and now I am calm and confused. I want to be ready for my husband [fencer Gerek Meinhardt]'s event tomorrow and our team event."

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Anastasija Zolotic, Gold

Anastasija Zolotic
Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images

Biography: 18 years old

Event: Women's 57kg (taekwondo)

Quote: "My 8-year-old self was running around the school yard saying I was going to be Olympic champion but she could never have imagined what this moment is like. It's unbelievable. It really hasn't sunk in yet."

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Jagger Eaton, Bronze

Jagger Eaton
Jagger Eaton. Photo by JEFF PACHOUD/AFP via Getty Images

Biography: 20 years old

Event: Men's street (skateboarding)

Quote: "I FaceTimed my dad about 10 minutes after I figured out I was third and I just started yelling. I don't know, really — I don't know if I made out words. I just started yelling and I was so hyped and I'm so hyped, because my whole family worked so hard for this too."

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William Shaner, Gold

William Shaner
Photo by Lu Lin/CHINASPORTS/VCG via Getty Images.

Biography: 20 years old

Event: Men's 10m air rifle (shooting)

Quote: "It feels amazing. I'm only 20, but I've been doing this since I was 8. I've been doing this a long time, so I've been able to get a good score and progress. To finally achieve what I came here to do is amazing."

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Erika Brown, Natalie Hinds, Simone Manuel and Abbey Weitzeil, Bronze

Erika Brown, USA's Abbey Weitzeil, USA's Natalie Hinds and USA's Simone Manuel
Photo by JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP via Getty Images

Biography (from left): Brown, 22, is from Tennessee making her Olympic debut; Weitzeil is a 24-year-old from California who won two medals in the 2016 Games; Hinds, 27, from Texas, is making her Olympic debut; and fellow Texas native Manuel, 24, won four previous medals at 2016 Olympics

Event: Women's 4x100m freestyle relay (swimming)

Quote: Manuel, who had struggled in qualifying for Team USA, said, "Even though the last couple of months have not been the greatest for me, I've trained really hard the past four-and-a-half, five years. So eventually that hard work will show up."

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Jay Litherland, Silver

Jay Litherland
Team USA swimmer Jay Litherland holds his silver medal in the men's 400m individual relay in the Tokyo Summer Olympics on Sunday. Photo by JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP via Getty Images)

Biography: 25-year-old, born in Osaka, Japan, with dual citizenship; competed in the 2016 Games

Event: Men's 400m individual medley (swimming)

Quote: "It feels good. It is a dream of mine. In Rio, I got fifth and it didn't feel satisfying. To come back and do this with Chase, it means a lot."

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Kieran Smith, Bronze

Kieran Smith

Biography: 21-year-old from Connecticut competing in his first Olympics

Event: Men's 400m freestyle (swimming)

Quote: "I sprinted my butt off the last 50 like it was a 50 free. It was a really fun race."

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Emma Weyant, Silver

Emma Weyant
Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

Biography: 19-year-old from Florida; this is her Olympic debut

Event: Women's 400m individual medley (swimming)

Quote: "I'm super happy to race the best in the world. I stuck to my strengths, which is the back end of the race. I'm happy with it."

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Hali Flickinger, Bronze

Hali Flickinger

Biography: 27-year-old from Pennsylvania; she competed in the 2016 Games

Event: Women's 400m individual medley (swimming)

Quote: "It is incredible, an honor. We got to watch Chase Kalisz and Jay Litherland right before we swam and we were ready to go and do it for the U.S."

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Chase Kalisz, Gold

Chase Kalisz
Chase Kalisz. Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

Biography: 27-year-old from Maryland; silver medalist in the 2016 Games

Event: Men's 400m individual medley (swimming)

Quote: "It is my lifelong dream. It is what everyone dreams of in the sport. I do feel like I let the U.S. down in 2016, even though I swam faster here. The U.S. has a proud legacy in the 400m individual medley. This was my redemption story."

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