The Japanese surfer won a silver medal … and plenty of new fans.
He breaks records and hearts. The swimmer won five gold medals in Tokyo, making him the third American male swimmer to win three individual golds in a single summer games.
Eaton brought home the bronze for Team USA in men’s street skateboarding.
McLaughlin blew us away in the women’s 400-meter hurdles. She snagged the gold and casually set a world record time of 51.46 seconds.
The Belgian skateboarder didn’t medal, but his hair alone is swoon-worthy. Plus, he’s married to Finnish skateboarder Lizzie Armanto. So romantic!
The 22-year-old American sprinter won silver in the men’s 200-meter track event, but he has gold in our hearts.
When he’s over 6 feet tall ... major heart eyes for this American track and field athlete.
Hixon of Team USA’s diving squad is a silver medalist in the men’s synchronized 3-meter springboard. He can dive into our daydreams anytime.
Bow down to the most decorated woman in Olympic track history. Oh, and she’s a mom. What can’t Felix do?
He’s a runner, he’s a track star. Lyle is also a bronze medalist in the men’s 200-meter race.
The U.S. women’s soccer team striker struck us with her dazzling smile and powerful soccer skills. There’s a reason she co-captained the team from 2018 to 2020.
The 23-year-old British diver won the gold (and our hearts) in men’s synchronized 10-meter platform diving alongside Tom Daley.
Great Britain’s diving team is full of talented cuties, including four-time Olympian Daley.
Bonus photo of Daley knitting a sweater in the stands.