WATCH: Team USA's Gold Medal Performances

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Team USA - Women's Volleyball

A dominant performance in the final saw Team USA Women’s Volleyball beat Brazil 3-0 to win the gold medal. The gold is Team USA’s first-ever in the event.

Jennifer Valente – Women's Cycling Omnium

Valente won gold in the Women’s Cycling Omnium, her second medal of the Tokyo Olympics. Valente also won bronze Tuesday in Team Pursuit. She is the first-ever U.S. woman to win a track cycling title at the Olympics.

Team USA - Women's Basketball

Team USA's Women's Basketball team defeated Japan by a score of 90-75 to extend their gold medal streak to seven straight Olympic Games.

Team USA – Men's 4x400-Meter Relay

Team USA redeemed themselves at the last hour with their first gold during the 4x400-meter men's relay. Michael Cherry, Michael Norman, Bryce Deadmon and Rai Benjamin held off Botswana to win gold in the final track event of Tokyo.

Team USA – Women's 4x400-Meter Relay

Allyson Felix ended her Olympic career on the highest note possible with her team's gold medal win on the 4x400-meter women's relay – most Olympic medals of any American in track and field history. She ran the second leg of the relay, alongside Sydney McLaughlin, Dalilah Muhammad and Athing Mu. All four athletes medaled in gold or silver in individual Olympic events before competing in the relay.

Team USA – Women's Water Polo

Team USA won their third straight gold in the Olympics with their 14-5 victory over Spain. Eleven of the 13 players are from California.

Nelly Korda – Women's Individual Golf

American golfer Nelly Korda won the women's golf tournament, finishing at -17. It's the first U.S. medal in women's golf since 1900.

Team USA – Men's Basketball

Steveson snagged gold in a miraculous last-second comeback to defeat three-time world champion Geno Petriashvili of Georgia during the men's 125kg freestyle wrestling bout.

Gable Steveson – Men's 125kg Freestyle Wrestling

Steveson snagged gold in a miraculous last-second comeback to defeat three-time world champion Geno Petriashvili of Georgia during the men's 125kg freestyle wrestling bout.

April Ross, Alix Klineman – Women's Beach Volleyball

The "A-Team" won in straight sets against Australia to bring home gold in women's beach volleyball. It is the third Olympic medal for Ross.

Katie Nageotte - Women's Pole Vault

Nageotte overcame a slow start in women's pole vault, missing two attempts to clear 4.50 meters before she made the only successful attempt at 4.90 meters. She became the third American woman to win gold at the event.

David Morris Taylor III – Freestyle 86kg Wrestling

Taylor won gold against longtime rival Hassan Yazdanicharati of Iran, beating him within the last 21 seconds to score his Olympic gold.

Ryan Crouser – Shot Put

Crouser, the 2016 Rio shot put champion, successfully defended his title in Tokyo while simultaneously breaking his own Olympic record in the process. U.S. teammate Joe Kovacs took silver in the event for the second time in a row.

Nevin Harrison – Women's Canoe Single, 200M

Harrison, 19, won gold for the inaugural event, finishing her sprint in 45.932 seconds. She also set an Olympic record at 44.938 seconds during a heat.

Sydney McLaughlin - Women's 400-Meter Hurdles

Team USA's Sydney McLaughlin broke her own record by nearly half a second in the Women's 400-Meter Hurdles final, finishing in 51.46, 12 hundredths of a second faster than Team USA's Dalilah Muhammad, to win her first gold medal.

Athing Mu - Women's 800-Meters

Athing Mu, of the United States, reacts after winning gold in the women's 800-meters at the Tokyo Olympics, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021. Mu expired what had been the longest active American title drought in Olympic women’s track events.

Tamyra Mensah-Stock - Women's Freestyle Wrestling

Tamyra Mensah-Stock secured the USA's second-ever gold medal in Women's Freestyle Wrestling, defeating Nigeria's Blessing Oborududu in the 68kg gold medal match.

Valarie Allman - Women's Discus

Valarie Allman of Team United States won the gold medal in the Women's Discus Final on day ten. Allman is the first American woman to medal in the event since Stephanie Brown-Trafton won gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Jade Carey - Gymnastics Women's Floor

Jade Carey of Team USA won the Women's Floor Exercise Final on day ten of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Ariake Gymnastics Centre.

Xander Schauffele - Golf

Xander Schauffele, 27, beat out gold medal favorite Hideki Matsuyama of Japan to win gold for Team USA. "I really wanted to win for my dad," Schauffele said.

Team USA - Men's 4x100M Medley Relay

Team USA won a gold medal in the men's 4x100m medley relay, breaking the world record thanks to Caeleb Dressel's monumental butterfly leg.

Robert Finke - Men's 1500M Freestyle

In 4th place with 50 meters to go, Robert "Bobby" Finke's last minute surge won him the gold medal in the first-ever Olympic men's 800m freestyle final.

Caleb Dressel - Men's 50M Freestyle

Caeleb Dressel's fourth gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics set a new Olympic record in the men's 50m freestyle final.

Katie Ledecky - Women's 800-Meter Freestyle

Katie Ledecky became the first female swimmer to capture six individual gold medals in her career with a victory in the 800-meter freestyle.

Caeleb Dressel - Men's 100-Meter Butterfly

Caeleb Dressel broke his own men's 100m butterfly world record en route to winning is second individual gold medal and his third overall at the Tokyo Olympics.

Sunisa Lee - Individual All-Around Gymnastics

Sunisa Lee became the fifth women's athlete from the United States to bring home gold in women's individual all-around gymnastics. Simone Biles was previously the favorite for gold before she withdrew from the competition, citing health concerns.

Caeleb Dressel - Men's 100-Meter Freestyle

Caeleb Dressel delivered a monumental, Olympic record effort in the men's 100m freestyle for his first individual gold medal.

Bobby Finke - Men's 800-Meter Freestyle

Bobby Finke surprised the field in Tokyo by winning gold in the first-ever men's 800m Olympic final.

Women's 3x3 Basketball Team

Kelsey Plum, Jacquelyn Young, Stefanie Dolson and Allisha Gray became the first Olympians to win a gold medal in the women's 3x3 basketball category on behalf of the United States.

Katie Ledecky - Women's 1500-Meter Freestyle

Katie Ledecky became the first-ever women's 1500m freestyle Olympic gold medal winner with a time of 15:37.34. Fellow American Erica Sullivan finished with the silver.

Lydia Jacoby - Women's 100-Meter Breaststroke

Lydia Jacoby pulled a huge upset over the highly favored Lilly King in the 100m breaststroke. Jacoby won the gold in 1:04.95, while King, the defending Olympic champion, was half a second behind, winning bronze.

Vincent Hancock - Men's Skeet Shooting

After a nine-year interruption, Vincent Hancock regained his throne as the Olympic champion in men's skeet shooting in Tokyo, earning his third gold medal overall in the event.

Amber English - Women's Skeet Shooting

American shooter Amber English outlasted defending champion Diana Bacosi of Italy and world record-holder Wei Meng of China to win women's skeet at the Tokyo Olympics.

USA Swimming - Men's 4x100-Meter Freestyle Relay

The United States won gold in the men's 4x100m freestyle relay on Sunday, July 25, posting a time of 3:08.97. Team USA has won back-to-back golds after winning the 4x100m freestyle relay in the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Anastasija Zolotic - Women's Taekwondo (57kg)

Anastasija Zolotic became the first American woman to win a taekwondo event at the Olympics, facing off against Tatiana Minina of the Russian Olympic Committee for the women’s 57kg taekwondo event on Sunday, July 25.

Lee Kiefer - Women's Foil Individual

Lee Kiefer became the first American in history to win gold in individual foil fencing on Sunday, July 25, defeating Inna Deriglazova of the Russian Olympic Committee 15-13 in the final.

William Shaner - Men's 10-Meter Air Rifle

William Shaner became the second American to win a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Games, winning the men's 10m air rifle event. The 20-year-old set a new Olympic record with a 251.6 score, narrowly defeating China's Lihao Sheng (250.9) by .07 in the final round.

Chase Kalisz - Swimming 400-Meter Individual Medley

Chase Kalisz delivered Team USA’s first medal of the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday, July 24, taking the gold in the 400 individual medley.

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