Through Sunday’s events in Tokyo, the United States has won 39 Olympic gold medals.

See who won and watch those events below:

U.S. women defeat Brazil for first Olympic volleyball gold

Led by Annie Drews, Michelle Bartsch-Hackley and Jordan Larson’s combined 41 points, the U.S. women’s volleyball team beats Brazil in straight sets (25-21, 25-20, 25-14) to win its first-ever Olympic gold. WATCH HERE

U.S. women beat Japan, win seventh-straight Olympic gold

Team USA’s women defeated Japan by a score of 90-75 to extend their remarkable gold medal streak to seven straight Olympics. WATCH HERE

Felix wins 11th medal with 4x400m gold

Allyson Felix, running leg two of a dream-team 4x400m relay squad with Sydney McLaughlin, Dalilah Muhammad and Athing Mu, captures her 11th medal – seventh gold – to surpass Carl Lewis’ U.S. track and field medal record. WATCH HERE

U.S. routs Spain in water polo final, completes three-peat

A complete performance from the United States women’s water polo team locked up a third straight Olympic gold medal with a 14-5 dismantling of Spain. WATCH HERE

Team USA men extend basketball gold medal streak to four

Team USA’s men’s basketball team is golden yet again after taking down France to win its fourth-straight Olympic gold medal. WATCH HERE

Nelly Korda’s Olympic gold medal putt

Nelly Korda finished off a par on the 18th hole to win the gold medal at the women’s golf competition. After the putt, she celebrated with her sister Jessica and other Team USA golfers. WATCH HERE

Ross/Klineman defeat Australia to win gold

April Ross and Alix Klineman, aka the “A-Team”, delivered when it mattered most, winning in straight sets in the gold medal match against Australia. For Ross, it’s the third Olympic medal of her career. WATCH HERE

Crouser defends shot put gold with historic series of throws

World record-holder Ryan Crouser repeated as shot put gold medalist, projecting a mammoth 23.30m final throw to break his previous Games record a third time; Joe Kovacs and New Zealander Tom Walsh were silver and bronze. WATCH HERE

McLaughlin shatters own 400mH WR in 51.46 for Olympic gold

American Sydney McLaughlin obliterated her own 400m hurdles world record from U.S. Trials by nearly a half-second in 51.46, unseating defending Olympic champion teammate Dalilah Muhammad for gold at the Tokyo Olympics. WATCH HERE

Valarie Allman uncorks giant first attempt for discus gold

American record-holder Valarie Allman unleashed a massive hurl of 68.98m on her first attempt, carrying her through the remaining rounds and a rain delay to win the U.S. its first track and field gold of the Tokyo Games. WATCH HERE

Teen phenom Athing Mu wins 800m gold, breaks American record

Athing Mu has won the 800-meter gold medal for the United States in her first Olympics after leading almost from start to finish. WATCH HERE

Jade Carey nails dazzling floor routine, wins gold

American gymnast Jade Carey, competing as an individual specialist in Tokyo, scored a 14.366 to lock up the gold medal on floor in her final event. WATCH HERE

Xander Schauffele comes in clutch on 18th hole to win gold

Xander Schauffele of the United States clinches the gold medal with a clutch par on the 18th hole. WATCH HERE

U.S. wins 4×100m medley relay gold in world record time

Team USA swimmers Ryan Murphy, Michael Andrew, Caeleb Dressel and Zach Apple win the men’s 4×100m medley relay gold with a world record time, 3:26.78. WATCH HERE

Caeleb Dressel surges to 50 free gold in Olympic record

American Caeleb Dressel rounded out a perfect three-for-three performance in his individual events at the Tokyo Olympics, taking the 50m “splash and dash” in Olympic record time of 21.07. WATCH HERE

Caeleb Dressel breaks 100m butterfly world record, wins gold

Caeleb Dressel lowered his own all-time mark in the 100 fly for his second individual gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics. WATCH HERE

Ledecky holds off Titmus for 800m freestyle three-peat

Katie Ledecky became the third woman to win the same swimming event at three straight Olympic Games, taking gold in the women’s 800 free ahead of Australia’s Ariarne Titmus. WATCH HERE

Uneven bars performance helps propel Suni Lee to gold

In need of a big routine to keep pace with Rebeca Andrade in the Olympic individual all-around final, Suni Lee did her thing on the uneven bars, earning a huge 15.300. WATCH HERE

Caeleb Dressel wins gold in electrifying men’s 100 free

Caeleb Dressel delivered a monumental, Olympic record effort in the men’s 100m freestyle for his first individual gold medal. WATCH HERE

Bobby Finke wins 1st Olympic men’s 800 from out of nowhere

Bobby Finke stuns the competition with an impressive gold medal showing in the 800m free. WATCH HERE

U.S. women stifle ROC to win 3×3 basketball in sport’s Olympic debut

Seven points from Stefanie Dolson and strong defense helped the U.S. women take down ROC in the first-ever Olympic women’s 3×3 basketball gold medal game. WATCH HERE

Katie Ledecky shines in first Olympic women’s 1500 final

Katie Ledecky captured her first gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics and the first-ever won by a female swimmer in the 1500m freestyle. Teammate Erica Sullivan closed late to win silver, to Ledecky’s elation. WATCH HERE

Alaska’s Lydia Jacoby wins shock 100 breast gold, beats King

The women’s 100m breaststroke gold medal remains in American hands, but not the expected ones. Defending Olympic champ Lilly King came up shy behind Alaskan teenager Lydia Jacoby in a surprise finish. WATCH HERE

Why winning gold in surfing means so much to Carissa Moore

Team USA’s Carissa Moore talks about why her gold medal in surfing means that much more to her after growing up in Hawaii. WATCH HERE

Americans Vincent Hancock and Amber English take gold in skeet

Amber English, left, and Vincent Hancock, both of the United States, celebrate taking the gold medal in the women’s and men’s skeet at the Asaka Shooting Range in the 2020 Summer Olympics, Monday, July 26, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

American shooter Amber English outlasted defending champion Diana Bacosi of Italy and world record-holder Wei Meng of China to win women’s skeet at the Tokyo Olympics. WATCH HERE

After a nine-year interruption, Vincent Hancock regained his throne as the Olympic champion in men’s skeet shooting in Tokyo, earning his third gold medal overall in the event. WATCH HERE

USA’s Anastasija Zolotic wins first Olympic taekwondo gold

United States’s Anastasija Zolotic holds her gold medal during a ceremony for the taekwondo women’s 57kg at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, July 25, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

USA’s Anastasija Zolotic defeated ROC’s Tatiana Minina to win her first Olympic taekwondo gold medal at just 18 years old. WATCH HERE

USA’s Lee Kiefer wins gold in women’s foil

Lee Kiefer of the United States celebrates winning the women’s individual Foil final competition against Inna Deriglazova of the Russian Olympic Committee at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, July 25, 2021, in Chiba, Japan. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

USA’s Lee Kiefer defeated ROC’s Inna Deriglazova, the reigning Olympic champion, in the gold medal match of women’s foil on Sunday. Kiefer becomes the first American to win gold in women’s foil. WATCH HERE

U.S.’s William Shaner wins gold medal, sets Olympic record

William Shaner, of the United States, competes in the men’s 10-meter air rifle at the Asaka Shooting Range in the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, July 25, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

20-year-old William Shaner earned the gold medal for men’s 10m air rifle at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, setting an Olympic record in the process. WATCH HERE

Chase Kalisz wins 1st Tokyo swim gold, Litherland silver

With a win in the men’s 400m individual medley, Chase Kalisz claimed the United States’ first gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics. Fellow American Jay Litherland finished behind him for silver. WATCH HERE

U.S. takes 4x100m free relay for Dressel’s first Tokyo gold

The United States claimed the first men’s relay medal of the Tokyo Olympic Games as Caeleb Dressel teamed up with Blake Pieroni, Bowe Becker and Zach Apple to blow past the field. WATCH HERE