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With over 20 Minnesota athletes performing at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, there will be plenty of "One of Us" moments to be had.
On Monday, the state claimed its first gold medal of the Tokyo games and saw several other athletes advance to the finals of their respective events.
Becker wins gold as part of 4x100 freestyle relay
Former Gopher Bowe Becker claimed the first gold medal for Minnesota on Monday as part of the U.S. 4x100 freestyle relay team along with Caeleb Dressel, Blake Pieroni, and Zach Apple.
Dressel started the race by swimming the first leg in 47.26 seconds before turning it over to Peroni. Peroni led to Becker, who swam his leg in 47.44 seconds before Apple anchored the race with a time of 46.69 seconds.
Together, the Americans' posted the third-fastest time in the history of the event, finishing in 3:08.97. The U.S. beat Italy by 1.14 seconds to win the gold while Australia won the bronze with a time of 3:10.22.
Regan Smith wins bronze in 100m backstroke
Lakeville's Regan Smith also made a splash in the pool, qualifying for the women's 100-meter backstroke with an Olympic record time, before finishing with a bronze medal in the final.
Lee, McCallum win silver in Team Gymnastics
After the shock withdrawal of Simone Biles from the team event, St. Paul's Sunisa Lee, Isanti's Grace McCallum and Team USA did enough to secure a silver medal behind the Russians.
Wiskus, U.S. men's gymnastics finish fifth
Shane Wiskus and the U.S. Men's gymnastics team couldn't wind up on the podium as they finished fifth in the team finals on Monday.
The former Gopher gymnast and Spring Park native competed in four of the six events in the final and scored a team-high 14.166 on rings. Wiskus also produced a score of 14.700 on the parallel bars to help the men reach fourth place.
But the U.S. didn't have the same firepower as the rest of the field. With a deeper roster Russia collected the gold medal with Japan winning silver and China earning the bronze.