USA Coming Out On Top In Rio de Janeiro

(NBC) From gymnastics to swimming to shocking moments on the soccer field and tennis courts. Team USA is racking up gold medals and incredible moments.

After an impressive performance in the all around final, the U.S. women's gymnastics team are once again Olympic champions.

They call themselves "The Final Five" and now, all of them have a gold medal.

The U.S. women's gymnastics team, crushing the competition in the all around-final, leading the way. Simone Biles, stunning the crowd with a near-perfect floor routine.

Team captain Aly Raisman delivering an incredible performance on balance beam.

And first time Olympian, Laurie Hernandez launching off the vault.

Before cheering on Madison Kocian on the uneven bars.

2012 all-around champion Gabby Douglas gave her best performance of the games.

In the pool, Michael Phelps is back on top in the 200 butterfly.

Going head to head with his rival, South African Chad Le Clos, who defeated him four years ago in London, but Tuesday night, Phelps reclaimed the gold, while Le Clos failed to make the podium

Moments after winning, Phelps reminding the crowd and Le Clos - that he is still number one.

"I don't want to say revenge, but that's kind of what it was - this, swimming in my fifth Olympics - the loss in 2012 definitely stung", said Phelps.

His family bursting into tears from the stands, his teammates and coaches erupting back stage. Phelps and Le Clos put aside their differences, hugging after the race.

Then, kissing his mother, fiance and newborn son.

Phelps added to his incredible gold medal count, swimming the anchor leg of the four by 200 freestyle relay. Alongside Ryan Lochte, Conner Dwyer and Townley Haas. Wearing Dwyer's cap after his ripped moments before diving into the water.

U.S. Swimming superstar Katie Ledeky managed to keep her perfect record intact. Winning gold in the women's 200 freestyle. Defeating Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom.

Back on dry land it was a different story for team USA. The U.S. women's soccer team, flirting with disaster, Hope Solo failing to stop two goals in their match against Colombia. One of them slipping through her legs, forcing a 2-2 draw.

And in tennis- Serena Williams was knocked out by Ukraine's Elina Svitolina in the third round of women's singles.

Quickly walking off the court, the first time she will leave the Olympics without a medal.