A Little Roundup
Like the men's race, the women's 400 meter hurdles produced a stunning world record race, thanks to Team USA's Sydney McLaughlin.
Athing Mu wins Team United States' first women's 800 meters title since 1968.
It's three medals in four Olympics for Team USA long jumper Brittney Reese.
With a silver medal, track cyclist Jason Kenny is Team Great Britain's most successful Olympian, with eight medals (six gold).
Team Indonesia's Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu don't just get gold medals for their badminton win; they get cows, a house, and more.
Sailors Jason Waterhouse and Lisa Darmanin of Team Australia foiled by a plastic bag.
Team Australia's soccer and rugby sevens teams disruptive on the flight home?
Skateboarder Sky Brown may be the youngest ever Olympic medalist for Team Great Britain at 13, but 12-year-old Hiraki Kokona also medaled...
Team United States' Simone Biles returns to competition, and the gymnastics podium: "I was just going out there doing it for me."
Ones to Watch
Team New Zealand's Lisa Carrington is on still track to make it four canoe sprint golds in one Games.
Team Australia's Peter Bol may just complete his running goals with an 800 meters medal.
Team Egypt is now an Olympic semifinalist in handball; the first-ever African side to do so.
Team United States' Sakura Kokumai's eagerness for her karate Olympic debut is fueled by her Japanese heritage.
With her 100th cap now behind her, Team Canada's Ashley Lawrence looks toward gold
Golfer Albane Valenzuela's Olympic appearance for Team Switzerland is made special with her brother as caddie.