Another day, another packed Olympic schedule. (All times below Eastern)
The women's team finals start today at 3 p.m. "Unbeatable" is being used by many to describe the U.S. team.
Michael Phelps is going for his 20th gold, this time in the 200-meter butterfly finals at 8 p.m. Take a minute to realize how utterly insane it is for one person to have 20 gold medals.
Katie Ledecky is also going for gold in the 200-meter freestyle, because having one insanely dominant American swimmer just isn't enough. She's already got two golds under her belt, including a world record in the 400-meter freestyle in Rio.
It's not a medal round, but we can't stop watching the women's soccer team. They take on Colombia at 6 p.m.
It's a bit off the beaten path, but U.S. equestrian Beezie Madden is going for her fourth medal at 1 p.m. She's 52, though not the oldest competitor in Rio, but, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune, she's up there.
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