Saint Paul's Sunisa Lee won the all-around final to claim the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics Thursday night in Japan – or Thursday morning in the U.S.
"I guarantee it is pandemonium," the NBC announcer said when talking about Lee's family watching from their home in St. Paul. And he was right.
Lee, 18, won the gold medal with an all-around score of 57.433. Brazil's Rebecca Andrade earned the silver with 57.298 points, while Russia's Angelina Melnikova won bronze with 57.199 points.
Here's a replay of her floor routine that sealed the deal.
Lee is the sixth American woman to win the all-around gold, joining Mary Lou Retton (1984), Carly Patterson (2004), Nastia Liukin (2008), Gabby Douglas (2012) and Simone Biles (2016.
Biles was the favorite to win a second consecutive gold, but she withdrew from competition to focus on her mental health.