On Sunday, Kelci Bryant of the University of Minnesota helped the USA win their first diving medal in 12 years. Monday, the U.S. Men's diving team will get their chance to make some noise of their own.
China is currently atop the medal standings with 12, but the Americans are right behind with 11. They'll have a good shot to boost their medal count by a lot with plenty of swimming, an event that the Americans have done very well at recently, headlining the tail end of the day.
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Here's all of the events that will take place on Monday:
Men's 10m synchronized platform (diving)
Women's individual epee (fencing)
Men's team final (gymnastics)
Women's 57 kg (judo)
Women's 73 kg (judo)
Women's 10m air pistol/women's skeet final
Men's 200m freestyle (swimming)
Men's 100m backstroke (swimming)
Women's 100m backstroke (swimming)
Women's 100m breaststroke (swimming)
Women's 58 kg (weightlifting)
Men's 62 kg (weightlifting)
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