The women's soccer competition at the London Olympics is almost through the group stage, and the top teams are starting to separate themselves.
The usual juggernauts, Brazil and the United States, have got off to predictably perfect starts.
Meanwhile, Great Britain have given the home fans plenty to cheer about by winning both games so far as well.
Group F, which is void of all three perfect teams, is a battleground. Canada, Japan and Sweden are all still capable of finishing first in the group.
So far, it's been difficult to analyze which players have risen to the top.
Nevertheless, let's take a look at a few.