Usain Bolt smiles after winning the 100-meter event, on Aug. 14, 2016, at the Rio Games in Rio de Janeiro. TNS via Getty Images
Today is also a busy day for track and field in Rio, which featured an appearance by world record holder Usain Bolt. The world’s fastest man competed in the first round of the men’s 200-meter race. Bolt currently holds the world record for the 200 meters, with a time of 19.19 seconds. His time in round one for the 200 meters today in Rio was 20.28 seconds.
Simone Biles won her third gold medal of the Rio Olympics on Sunday. Getty Images
A multiple world champion on the beam and the floor, this is the first title in vault for Biles, who also placed first in the individual all-round and helped the U.S. to victory in the team all-around.
She also exacted some revenge on Paseka, who placed first at the 2015 World Championships.
Biles posted a 15.900 on her first vault and 16.033 on her second vault.
Biles can finish up her unprecedented stint at Rio with five gold medals, as she competes in the beam on Monday and the floor exercise on Tuesday.
Rio will be the last Olympics to see five-member gymnastics teams. In Tokyo, each team will have only four members. Thus, this will be the last U.S. team to win Olympic gold with a five-member team.
The name could also refer to the coming retirement of Martha Karolyi, who was the head coach of the Magnificent Seven and the national team coordinator of U.S. women’s gymnastics since 2001. They will be the final team guided to greatness by Karolyi, the legendary Romanian coach who’s been credited with the much of the U.S.’ success over the last 15 years.