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The 'Final Five' made history with back-to-back golds in the women's gymnastics team all-around, Michael Phelps earned gold medals Nos. 20 and 21, Katie Ledecky took home some more hardware and judo athlete Travis Stevens ended the United States' drought.
After earning the silver medal behind Chad le Clos of South Africa at the 2012 Olympics, Michael Phelps was eager to regain his title in Rio.
Michael Phelps shared his first gold medal in 2004 with his mother through a chain-link fence. In 2016, he shared his 20th gold medal with his mother, his fiancée Nicole Johnson, their son Boomer and a horde of photographers.
After losing to Chad le Clos at the London Olympics, Michael Phelps celebrates taking back his 200m butterfly crown in Rio.
Fresh off of winning gold for the fourth straight time in the men's 4x200m freestyle relay, Team USA comprised of Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Conor Dwyer and Townley Haas discuss the importance of keeping the relay with America.
No cap? No problem, at least for the greatest Olympian of all time. Phelps tore his cap seconds before he had to swim the final leg of the men's 4x200m free relay and was forced to use Conor Dwyer's instead.
TEAM USA GYMNASTICS
Simone Biles is a "typical teenager," according to her parents, Ron and Nellie Biles, but the 19-year-old finds herself among the elite in gymnastics with the support of a nurturing family as her backbone.
Hear from USA Gymnastics' legendary national team coordinator, Marta Karoyli, just moments after learning the 'Final Five' would be named in her honor.
KATIE LEDECKY, NATHAN ADRIAN
Katie Ledecky wins the battle for gold in the women's 200m freestyle after catching a glimpse of the surging Sarah Sjostrom to her left.
Katie Ledecky is all smiles as she's presented with her second gold medal of the Rio Olympics, this time for the 200m freestyle.
Katie Ledecky sits down with Matt Lauer to talk about the secret to her success at just 19 (there is no secret) and the impact Michael Phelps has had on her own career.
Olympic champion Nathan Adrian surged in lane eight to win the first 100m freestyle semifinal. Adrian's USA teammate, Caeleb Dressel, finished in third.
After barely qualifying for the semifinal, Nathan Adrian comes back like a freight train to win his semifinal.
After becoming the fourth American to win silver in men's judo, Travis Stevens collects his hardware at the medal ceremony.
OTHER STUFF | Most unexpected moments from Day 4 of the 2016 Olympics
No one was expecting Serena Williams' early exit, but it wasn't the only surprising moment from the day. Liam McHugh takes a closer look at Spain's loss to Brazil in basketball, Canada's win over Germany in women's soccer and Nate Ebner's score in men's rugby.
Hope Solo gave up a goal she wishes she could take back but she isn't sweating it. The U.S. goalkeeper vows the team learned from the draw with Colombia, but the important thing is they earned their point and will move along to try and earn a spot on the podium.
Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant, DeAndre Jordan, DeMarcus Cousins and Kyle Lowry showed their support for Katie Ledecky's and Michael Phelps' gold medal swims.
Team USA entered the women's gymnastics team competition as the overwhelming favorites and they didn't disappoint. Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez and Maddie Kocian, a.k.a. the "Final Five," dazzled and wowed throughout the entire competition to earn the gold medal.
As the action from Rio continues, catch up on everything you might have missed with some of the best moments from around the Olympic Games thus far.
Lilly King's candid remarks about an athlete's ability to compete despite testing positive for PEDs caught on like wildfire ahead of her showdown with Yulia Efimova, but King didn't back down and proved her point by winning gold.
WILD & CRAZY
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