So much good news out of Camp America today.
—Team USA sealed its aquatic superiority with convincing wins in both the men's and women's medley relays.
—Serena Williams crushed Maria Sharapova for the women's singles tennis title moments before the top-seeded Bryan brothers took gold in men's doubles.
—Uncle Sam stole a surprise silver in the women's team pursuit.
—Galen Rupp became the first American man since 1968 to medal in a track event longer than 800 meters (marathon excluded), taking silver in the 10,000-meter run.
—Jamie Lynn Gray bagged a gold in women's 50-meter rifle.
—America finished the day ahead of China in the overall and gold medal count.
And then the bad news: LeBron and Co. only beat Lithuania by five.
Of course when a victory qualifies as your primary setback, it was a pretty kick-ass day.