Day 17 The US has 93 medals. That's 30 Gold 32 Silver and 31 Bronze. 39 more medals than China. Take that! Brazil beat Honduras 6-0 for a spot in the finals with Germany. The US Women swept the 100m hurdles, That means everyone gets a free broom courtesy of the Mark Arum show. Jenny Simpson won the first 1500 medal for the US ever. She brought home a bronze. That dude from the the Oregon football team finished 5th in the 110m hurdles. Not too shabby! An American won the men's steeplechase. He got to over the river nad through the wood faster than almost everyone. This Olympics, World Records were set in: Men's Individual Archery Women's 10,000 meters Men's 400 meters Women's hammer throw Women's team purshit cycling Women's Team Sprint Men's Team Pursuit Women's Team Pursuit Men's 100 meter breaststroke Men's 4x100 meter medley relay Women's 4x100 meter freestyle relay Women's 100 meter butterfly Women's 400 meter freestyle Women's 800 meter freestlye Men's 56kilogram Total weightlifting Men's 77 kilogram Snatch Men's 77 kilogram Clean & Jerk Men's 85 kilogram Total Women's 63 kilogram Clean & Jerk and Total China's Shuai Zhao defeats Thailand's Tawin Hanprab in a close contest to win gold in 58kg Taekwando Tianna Bartoletta can jump long and far because she grew up in Elyria, OH. She won her first champhionship 11 years ago! It'll be Netherlands vs Great Britain in the Women's Field Hockey Match.