Day six at Rio 2016 was another good one for Team USA, whose athletes padded the nation's Olympic medal count with six additional podium finishes --five of which were gold medal efforts turned in by the likes of superstars Simone Biles and Michael Phelps-- bringing their games total to a field-best 38. Here's a quick look at the Team USA Olympicresults for Aug. 11.

Olympic medal count gains two after Rio 2016 gymnastics all-around

Gymnastics star Simone Biles did what everyone knew she would do by winning all-around gold (62.198) in the women's Rio 2016 final by more than two full points.

Team USA captain Aly Raisman (60.098) found redemption after a disappointing fourth place finish at the London Games by earning the silver, while Russia's Aliya Mustafina claimed the bronze. Interestingly, Mustafina and Raisman tied for bronze medal position at the 2012 Olympics, but Mustafina won a tie-break and took home the prize.

More gold for Michael Phelps

A trio of team USA swimmers added a trio of gold medals to the nation's Rio 2016 Olympic medal count on Aug.

11. Ryan Murphy got the party started with a first place finish in the men's 200m backstroke before Michael Phelps continued his incredible domination in the pool by winning his fourth consecutive Olympic gold medal in the men's 200m IM. The gold is his fourth at Rio 2016, and represents his 26th Olympic medal of all time; 22 of them are gold.

Simone Manuel capped off the evening with a stunning performance in the women's 100m freestyle final, which saw her claim co-gold --and set a new Olympic record-- with Canada's Penny Oleksiak.

The pair bested a field filled with extraordinary talent, including Australian sisters Cate Campbell and Bronte Campbell, and Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom, who claimed the bronze.

Harrison is golden in judo

In judo, Kayla Harrison took the gold in the women's 78kg final. She also won gold in 2012, and her victory in Rio makes her the first American to successfully defend a judo Olympic title.

Action from Rio 2016 continues Aug.

12 with more event finals. How will Team USA fare? Will the nation's Olympic medal count increase yet again? Tune in and find out.

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