TOKYO — The competition is on in Tokyo. An unexpected win in the women's 100m breaststroke keeps gold in American hands and the U.S. wins the first medal of any color in the women's synchronized 10m platform. Here's a recap of Day 4:
The women's 100m breaststroke gold medal remains in American hands, but not the expected ones. Defending Olympic champ Lilly King came up shy behind Alaskan teenager Lydia Jacoby in a surprise finish.
The American pair of Jessica Parratto and Delaney Schnell executed their five-dive list with poise to earn silver in the women's synchronized 10m platform. It was the United States' first medal of any color in the event.
The United States Women's National Team registered a scoreless draw against Australia in the last of three Olympic group stage games. The result was enough to advance to the knockout rounds.
Simone Biles competed in Team USA's first rotation on vault in the women's Olympic team final, bailing out of her Amanar and scoring a 13.766 for a 1.5 twist. Shortly after, she withdrew from the team contest.
Team USA's Carissa Moore talks about why her gold medal in surfing means that much more to her after growing up in Hawaii.