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>> Olympic glory pouring on US swimming sensation Michael Phelps once again. The 31 year old winning gold in the Men's 200M Butterfly in Rio on Tuesday night and helping his country to yet another win in the 4 x 200 freestyle, edging out Team GB, who finished second taking silver.
Phelps now has an incredible 21 Olympic gold medals and the cherry on the cake, revenge over his number one rival South African Chandler Cross, who beat him to first place at London 2012. Minutes earlier another US swimmer added to the medal tally. Katie Ledecky taking top spot in the women's 200 meter freestyle, her second gold of the 2016 games.
It was less of the night to remember for team USA on the tennis court. Olympic champion and world number one Serena Williams, bundled out of the third round in a straight set loss to Ukraine's Elina Svitolina, ranked 20th. That's the end of her Olympics after she and his sister Venus crashed out to the doubles on Sunday.
In women's soccer there were wins for Australia, Canada, and France, they'll join the US and Germany in the quarterfinals. And victory was China's in the women's 10 meters synchronized platform diving, but that win was overshadowed by the water in the pool unexpectedly turning bright green. Officials still haven't got to the bottom of what caused that to happen, but they've assured the athletes that their health is not at risk.