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America's Gold Medal Winners at the Tokyo Olympics Thus Far

After Thursday's action in Tokyo, Team USA leads all nations in total Olympic medals and trails only China and Japan for the most golds by just one. Here's a look at who has graced the top spot on the medal stand for America so far, including standouts like gymnast Sunisa Lee and swimmers Caeleb Dressel and Katie Ledecky.

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America's Gold Medal Winners at the Tokyo Olympics Thus Far

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    3-on-3 women's basketball team

    3-on-3 women's basketball team

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    Kelsey Plum, Allisha Gray, Jacquelyn Young and Stefanie Dolson pose after winning the first ever gold medal in Olympic three-on-three women's basketball.

    Chase Kalisz

    Chase Kalisz

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    The swimmer won Team USA's first gold of the 2020 Olympics in the 400-meter individual medley. The 27-year-old is a former training partner of Michael Phelps.

    Lee Kiefer

    Lee Kiefer

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    Kiefer is the first American to win a gold medal in the individual foil and the first Asian American woman to win a fencing gold. She's also in medical school.

    Amber English

    Amber English

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    English made it an American sweep on both sides of the skeet shooting competition with her gold. She is an Army reserve first lieutenant.

    Lydia Jacoby

    Lydia Jacoby

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    The 17-year-old became the first Alaskan swimmer to win gold when she upset teammate Lilly King to win the women’s 100-meter breaststroke.

    Katie Ledecky

    Katie Ledecky

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    One of the top distance swimmers in Olympic history, Ledecky won her sixth career gold medal in the first-ever women's 1,500-meter freestyle.

    Sunisa Lee

    Sunisa Lee

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    Lee won the women's gymnastics team's fifth straight all-around individual title. She is thought to be the first Hmong American to win a gold medal.

    Bobby Finke

    Bobby Finke

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    The 21-year-old Floridian charged from fifth place with 100 meters to go to win the gold medal in the 800-meter freestyle Thursday.

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