We haven't seen the same dominance from the United States swimming team in the 2012 London Olympics that we did in 2008 in Beijing, but we've seen great performances nonetheless.
Michael Phelps is just two medals away from becoming the most decorated athlete in Olympic history.
Ryan Lochte is doing his best to solidify himself as the heir apparent to the throne atop American swimming.
Missy Franklin burst onto the scene with a gold medal in the 100-meter backstroke.
Dana Vollmer set a world record in the 100-meter butterfly and won the gold medal, her first since helping the Americans place first in Athens in the 4x200 freestyle.
The inspiring stories don't end there, and you don't want to miss any of the action.
Read on for more (all times are Eastern and all tabled times are final events).