Team USA Women Won 66 Medals This Year, Breaking Their Previous Record

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Team USA Women Won 66 Medals This Year, Breaking Their Previous Record

It is the women of Team USA who brought home the most medals!

In total, 113 Olympic medals were won throughout the games, making the USA the country that won the most medals, with China in second place, then Japan in third.

The men of Team USA won a total of 41 medals, 16 gold, 15 silver, and 10 bronze. The Mixed Team won 6, 2 bronze and 4 silver. As for the women, they won 66 medals total! With 23 gold, 22 silver, and 21 bronze, beating their previous record of 61 Olympic medals won at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Beyonce was absolutely right when she said that girls run the world!

Here are all the American women who have won a medal for Team USA in this year’s Olympics game in Tokyo:

Gold Medals

  • Lee Kiefer, fencing, foil individual
  • Amber English, shooting, skeet
  • Carissa Moore, surfing
  • Lydia Jacoby, swimming, 100m breaststroke
  • Katie Ledecky, swimming, 1500m freestyle
  • Anastasija Zolotic, taekwondo, women’s 57kg
  • United States, basketball 3×3

  • Sunisa Lee, artistic gymnastics, all-around
  • Katie Ledecky, swimming, 800m freestyle
  • Valarie Allman, discus throw
  • Jade Carey, artistic gymnastics, floor exercise
  • Athing Mu, 800m
  • Tamyra Stock Mensah, wrestling, freestyle 68kg
  • Sydney McLaughlin, 400m hurdles

  • Katie Nageotte, pole vault
  • Nevin Harrison, canoe single 200m
  • April Ross/Alix Klineman, beach volleyball
  • Nelly Korda, golf
  • United States, water polo
  • United States, 4x400m relay
  • United States, basketball
  • Jennifer Valente, cycling track, omnium
  • United States, indoor volleyball

Silver Medals

  • United States, diving, synchronized 10m platform
  • Kathleen Ledecky, swimming, 400m freestyle
  • Emma Weyant, swimming, 400m individual medley
  • United States, artistic gymnastics, team
  • United States, softball
  • Erica Sullivan, swimming, 1500 freestyle

  • Alex Walsh, swimming, 200m individual medley
  • Kayle Browning, shooting, trap
  • Regan Smith, swimming, 200m butterfly
  • United States, swimming, 4x200m freestyle relay
  • Lilly King, swimming, 200m breaststroke
  • MyKayla Skinner, artistic gymnastics, vault


  • Kendra Harrison, 100m hurdles
  • Raven Saunders, shot put
  • Hannah Roberts, BMX freestyle, park
  • United States, swimming, 4x100m medley relay
  • Katherine Nye, weightlifting, 76kg
  • Brittney Reese, long jump
  • Adeline Gray, wrestling, freestyle 76kg

  • Courtney Frerichs, 3000m steeplechase
  • United States, 4×100 relay

Bronze Medals

  • Regan Smith, swimming, 100m backstroke
  • Lilly King, swimming, 100m breaststroke
  • Kate Douglass, swimming, 200m individual medley
  • United States, swimming, 4×100, freestyle relay
  • Hali Flickinger, swimming, 400m individual medley

  • Katie Zaferes, triathlon
  • Hali Flickinger, swimming, 200m butterfly
  • Annie Lazor, swimming, 200m breaststroke
  • Sunisa Lee, artistic gymnastics, uneven bars
  • Krysta Palmer, diving, 3m springboard
  • Hali Flickinger, swimming, 200m butterfly
  • Simone Biles, artistic gymnastics, balance beam

  • Gabby Thomas, 200m
  • Raevyn Rogers, 800m
  • Sarah Robles, weightlifting, +87kg
  • Oshae Jones, boxing, welterweight
  • United States, cycling track, team pursuit

  • Helen Louis Maroulis, wrestling, freestyle 57kg
  • Allyson Felix, 400m
  • Molly Seidel, marathon
  • United States, soccer

[Featured image: @teamusa / Instagram]

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