By Darci Miller | April 30, 2018, 12:47 p.m. (ET)
Luger Erin Hamlin (L) and Paralympic snowboarder Mike Schultz present at Team USA Awards presented by Dow, Best of the Games on April 26, 2018 in Washington, D.C.


Team USA athletes do a lot in a week. In case you missed any of it, here's a glimpse at our takeaways from the last seven days.

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1. The road to Tokyo runs through Atlanta, as the city will host the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Marathon

2. Are you ready to chase your dreams? The USOC is now accepting applications for the second season of “Scouting Camp: The Next Olympic Hopeful.”

3. Sarah Anderson and Korey Dropkin got off to just about the best start possible at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships, earning a 5-0 record halfway through the competition

4. She’s baaaaaaack! Three-time wrestling world champion Adeline Gray is back on the mat and has her sights set on Olympic gold in 2020

5. Once a U.S. athlete competes in an Olympic or Paralympic Games, they join a very exclusive club

6. Team USA athletes don’t stop achieving great things once they retire from competition. Now highly successful businesspeople, legends Candace Cable, Jeremy Bloom, Lauryn Williams, Steve Mesler and Sasha Cohen doled out some advice to help everyone improve their careers and lives

7. On a star-studded evening, the USOC announced the 2018 winners for the Team USA Awards presented by Dow, Best of the Games. Between them, the winners hauled in 15 Olympic and Paralympic medals in PyeongChang. 

8. The best moments of the Team USA Awards included a flag bearer reprisal, children, tears, a standing ovation and, of course, Mr. T

9. The athletes had a blast...

10. ...and, of course, so did Mr. T himself!

11. Two-time Olympic gymnast Sam Mikulak is back on top, nabbing his first international all-around victory since the 2015 Pan American Games

12. Nailed it. 

12. It’s another world record for six-time Olympic shooter Kim Rhode. Who held the previous world record that she beat? …Herself.

13. Foil fencer Lee Kiefer is on a roll, winning her fourth medal of the season at the FIE World Cup in Germany

14. It was a dominating day for Team USA at the Penn Relays, as U.S. relays won five or the six showdown races against the world team

15. Now that's some swag.

16. Less than two months ago, Katie Zaferes crashed on her bike at the first ITU World Triathlon Series race and landed in the hospital. This weekend, she finished third to complete her comeback

17. A gold medal is a good way to debut, right? Gymnast Grace McCallum, just 15 years old, was crowned the Pacific Rim champion in her senior debut

18. Two-time Olympic champion shooter Vincent Hancock is no stranger to near perfection. He equaled the world record in men’s skeet to win gold at the ISSF World Cup in Korea 

19. It’s been a long four years for sailor Paige Railey since the last time she won a world cup medal. Railey got back on track with bronze, a positive sign for her medal aspirations in Tokyo in 2020

20. Forty-one medals counts as a successful competition, right? Team USA gymnasts earned the whopping total at the Pacific Rim Championships led by Sam Mikulak, Akash Modi and Camilla Feely