Allyson Felix frolicked and flaunted her greatness Saturday in Rio de Janeiro.
Felix won her sixth gold medal last night after anchoring the women's 4x400-meter relay squad. The United States has won six straight gold medals in the event at the Summer Games.
Felix also won a gold medal in the women's 4x100-meter relay and a silver medal in the women's 400-meter sprint in Rio de Janeiro.
Team USA pushed its medal count to an impressive 116 overall Saturday. China sits comfortably in second place, among all other participating countries, with 70 total medals.
RUNDOWN IN RIO
In men's soccer, Brazil defeated Germany in the Summer Games final. Neymar brought the host nation to its knees with a shootout goal to bring home a gold medal against its recently revered rival. Neymar had the opening score but was matched by Germany's Max Meyer. He returned in extra time to put away the Germans.
American Gwen Jorgensen clocked in at 1:56:16 to win gold in the women's triathlon with a time of 1:56:16. She beat Sweden's Nicola Spirig Hug and Great Britain's Vicky Holland in the run for the top prize.
The United States women's volleyball team won a bronze medal after its 3-1 defeat of the Netherlands.
Shakur Stevenson lost his match against Cuba's Robeisy Ramirez in his men's bantam 56 kg final bout for a silver medal.
Team USA's women's basketball team beat Spain 101-72 to win the gold medal in the Summer Games. Lindsay Whalen scored 17 points and had six assists and four rebounds for the world champions. Diana Taurasi scored 17 points and had three rebounds and three assists in the victory.
Georgia's Geno Petriashvili beat American Tervel Ivaylov in a men's wrestling 125 kg bronze medal matchup.
Matthew Centrowitz won a gold medal in the men's 1,500-meter final. Algeria's Taofik Makhloufi placed second in the run, while New Zealand's Nicholas Willis finished in third place in the event. The United States women's 4x100-meter relay squad won its event against Jamaica and Great Britain, with a time of 41.01.
David Boudia won a bronze medal in the men's 10-meter platform diving final. China's Aisen Chen won the gold medal and Mexico's German Sanchez won the silver medal at the event.
American J'den Michael Tbory Cox dominated Cuba's Reineris Salas Perez to win a bronze medal in a women's 86 kg wrestling match.
Paul Kipkemoi Chelimo won a silver medal after finishing in second place in the men's 5,000-meter final. Great Britain's Mohamed Farah finished in first place for a gold medal in the event, while Ethiopia's Hagos Gebrhiwet won a bronze medal for his efforts.
Jackie Galloway won a bronze medal for her victory against France's Gwladys Epangue in a women's taekwondo 67 kg plus contest.
The United States men's 4x400-meter relay team beat Jamaica and the Bahams for a Saturday night gold medal with a time of 2:57.30.
On Sunday, Frank Aniello Molinaro faces Poland's Magomedmurad Gadhiev in the men's wrestling 65 kg 1/8 final. Kyle Frederick Snyder faces Colombia's Javier Cortina Lacerra.
The United States men's volleyball team faces Russia's team in a bronze medal match at 9:30 a.m.