Team USA's Sunisa Lee has won gold in the women's individual all-around gymnastics final.
The eighteen-year-old is the fifth American woman in a row to win the event and is the first-ever Hmong-American Olympic gymnast.
An amazing performance from Sunisa Lee to keep the #USA streak going!
After a thrilling women's all-around #artisticgymnastics final, @sunisalee_ takes #gold#StrongerTogether | #Tokyo2020 | @gymnastics | @TeamUSA pic.twitter.com/aDEFml8a0o
— Olympics (@Olympics) July 29, 2021
She scored 57.433 points to edge out Brazil's Rebeca Andrade, who won the silver. Andrade, who becomes Brazil's first-ever women's gymnastics medalist, scored 57.298.
The Russian Olympic Committee's Angelina Melnikova finished with the bronze.
Congratulations, Sunisa! This is a developing story and updates will be posted accordingly.