Olympic Games 2012 Recap: Team USA Collects 8 Medals In Saturday's Events

Saturday was another full day of action at the 2012 London Olympics, and Team USA's day was highlighted by the women's basketball team winning gold, dominating France in just about every way a basketball game can be dominated. Tamari Miyashiro and Courtney Thompson, both graduates of the University of Washington, were in the women's volleyball gold medal game against Brazil, where Team USA came up short and had to settle for Silver.

The complete list of medals collected by American athletes on Saturday:

  • Silver, Women's High Jump, Brigetta Barrett
  • Gold, Women's 4x400m Relay
  • Silver, Men's 4x100m Relay
  • Gold, Women's Basketball
  • Bronze, Women's Cross-Country Mountain Bike, Georgia Gould
  • Gold, Diving, Men's 10m Platform, David Boudia
  • Silver, Women's Volleyball
  • Bronze, Men's 60kg Freestyle Wrestling, Scott Coleman
A complete listing of all of the day's events is available here. For an updated medal count, check out SI.com's medal tracker.

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