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USA Olympic Recap for Tuesday, July 27

Ryan Menzy
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As of Tuesday morning, Team USA had a total of 25 medals, overtaking China to take first place.

China has won 21 medals, and Japan and the Russian Olympic Committee have each won a total of 18 medals. Japan won 10 gold medals in all countries, followed by the United States and China with 9 each and the Russian Olympic Committee with 7.

The start of Team USA may seem slow, but there is still a lot of competition left. This is a quick summary of how Santa Clarita Valley Olympic athletes and other teams USA have done so far.

Santa Clarita athlete

Already a bronze medal in the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay on Sunday, Abbey Weitzel aims to continue her success in the women’s 100m freestyle on Wednesday.

The American men’s volleyball team, featuring SCV-born David Smith and Kyle Ensing, will face Tunisia on Wednesday after a tough 3-1 (23-25, 25-27, 25-21, 25-23). I have a chance. Defeat to the Russian Olympic Committee on Monday.

The city of Santa Clarita is still waiting for the chance of Allyson Felix’s first competition starting Tuesday, August 3rd. Felix first competes in the women’s 400m relay.

Notable Team USA Achievements

Of the top stories from Team USA, 24-year-old gymnast Simone Biles has withdrawn from the team’s competition due to the emotional sacrifices he experienced during the Olympics. Biles is widely regarded as the greatest gymnast of all time after winning five medals (four gold medals and one bronze medal) at the Rio Olympics. Her teammates played without Biles and won a silver medal at the Women’s Team Tournament on Tuesday.

17-year-old Lydia Jacoby shocked the world of the Olympics when she won the gold medal in the women’s 100-meter breaststroke on Tuesday. Jacoby created his hometown of Seward, Alaska, proud to be not only the first Olympic athlete to win a gold medal from Alaska, but also the state’s first Olympic swimmer.

The 32-year-old Katie The Fars won a bronze medal at the Women’s Triathlon on Tuesday, making her the third American woman to win a medal in the sport. Zaferes finished behind Berlin’s double triathlon champion Flora Duffy and England’s Georgia Taylor-Brown.

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