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The U.S. wrestler grabbed victory at the Tokyo Olympics with just milliseconds to spare.
U.S. gymnast Sunisa Lee just made history as the first Hmong American to win a gold medal at an Olympic Games.
The 18-year-old became the highest-qualifying U.S. gymnast for the all-around final after Simone Biles dropped out of the competition.
Momiji Nishiya of Japan won the women's street competition. The other medal winners in the event were 13 and 16.
The American swimmers burned up the pool with the third-fastest time ever, but Dressel had something else on his to-do list.
The former Olympic swimmer was recognized in social media videos of the insurrection in part because he wore his Team USA jacket.
The gymnast made history and broke her own record by winning 25 world medals at the competition.
The internet continues to make real life even better.
"Raise your hand if you're too pumped to go to sleep."
David Wise retained his ski halfpipe Olympic gold medal, while Alex Ferreira took silver.
Their face off will be broadcast Wednesday night.
It's the first gold-medal tie in the event since 1998.
Martin Fourcade and Simon Schempp recorded the same time but only one left with the top medal.
The athlete was expected to win gold in her best event but ended up in fourth place.
It was her second gold medal ever after her 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics win.
Kim Jong-jin quit his job a decade ago to support his daughter’s budding snowboarding career.
The 17-year-old wins with a near-perfect 98.25 score.