The U.S. Olympic team has done very well so far in London, tying China in the medal count after three days. Both countries are coming in with 17.
U.S. swimmers are largely responsible, dominating the 100-meter backstroke.
Missy Franklin, 17, earned the gold for the women's swim team and Matt Grevers for the men. His teammate, Nick Thoman, pulled the one-two punch with a silver medal.
Rebecca Soni added to America's medal haul on Monday, winning the silver in the 100-meter breaststroke.
But U.S. swimming star Ryan Lochte disappointed, coming in fourth in the 200-meter freestyle.
Meanwhile, the U.S. women's gymnastics team is living up to their Olympic hype. It's the first time at the Olympic Games for all the girls. But they've easily earned the top spot in the finals.
One of the standouts is Virginia native Gabby Douglas. The 16-year-old gymnast was one of two Americans to advance to the individual all-around final. And she's giving credit to God for helping her stay calm under pressure.
"I've been meditating on scriptures saying be confident in this, and the Bible really helps me so I was very confident," Gabby told NBC News.
The women will compete for the gold Tuesday in the finals.