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All right, so the United States winning a bunch of medals is hardly a surprise, as it leads by far in all-time medals.
However, Americans have claimed one less gold medal in 2012 than in 2008—and they're far from finished.
You can jot down additional golds for the men's and women's basketball teams, where the U.S. is the heavily favored.
In Olympic Athletics, or track and field, Ashton Eaton and Trey Hardee are well on their way to a gold-silver finish in the men's decathlon, as well.
It looks as if Team USA will by far eclipse its production in Beijing, as the battle with China for the top spot will likely continue until the closing ceremonies.
It's no surprise that many of the medals have come in swimming and athletics.
So far, the U.S. has 31 medals in swimming, including 16 gold. In Athletics, Americans have captured 20 medals, including five gold.
We've seen new stars emerge, including Eaton, swimmer Missy Franklin and the next wave of women's artistic gymnastics champions.
We've also seen some repeat medalists such as Michael Phelps and the greatest beach volleyball duo ever, Kerri Walsh-Jennings and Misty May-Treanor.
No matter who we've seen, they've all been very entertaining in London.