By Allie Dosmann | July 23, 2018, 12:23 p.m. (ET)
Ronnie Baker celebrates winning the men's 100-meter at the IAAF Diamond League on July 21, 2018 in London. 


For Team USA, there is no off-season. Last week, track and field spent another weekend dominating the IAAF Diamond League, Team USA graced us with beautiful red carpet style and Shaun White's dog looked like a natural rocking a gold medal. In case you missed any of it, here's a look at what we learned about Team USA last week.

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1. The 90 finalists for this season of "Milk Life presents, Scouting Camp: The Next Olympic Hopeful" have been announced. They were selected out of around 3,500 applicants and will compete to be the winner in one of the following sports: bobsled, boxing, canoe/kayak, cycling, rowing, rugby, skeleton and weightlifting.

2. Get to know the athletes selected with this nifty infographic.

3. Simone Biles is back. She’ll compete in Saturday’s U.S. Classic for the first time since killing the game(s) in Rio.

4. Sitting volleyball player Kaleo Kanahele Maclay thinks of herself like Beyoncé, and, honestly, this is the kind of motivation we need in our lives, too.

5. There are seven new events joining the 2022 winter Olympic program! Learn about your new favorite events.

6. Honestly, is there anything Erin Hamlin can’t do? The retired luge star is set to compete in the New York City Marathon in November.

7. Carlin Isles and Kevon Williams answered all of our questions about all things rugby in this hilarious Facebook Live.

8. Paralympian Jessica Long taught us that the best way to get pumped for the Games is to get an early tour of the facilities.

9. Team USA cleaned house at the ESPYs!

10. Now, let's be clear: No one ever said being an Olympian was glamorous.


Red, White... and green? 👀 @adaripp

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11. Olympic shotput champion Ryan Crouser is not slowing down. He claimed the top spot at Thursday’s Diamond League stop in Monaco.

12. What. A. Good. Boy. Thank you to Shaun White’s dog for making our week loads better.


Wen Dadz not home... @shaunwhite

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13. If the name "Noah Lyles" doesn't ring a bell, do whatever you need to remember his name. He casually beat his own record in the 200-meter on Friday and holds the record for the fastest time in the world this year. And, as if you needed another reason, his celebrations are amazing.

14. Team USA athletes honestly deserves a gold medal for their red carpet looks because they are fire.

15. Saturday was a big day for USA Track & Field. They racked up four first-place finishes, including one for Ronnie Baker, who finished atop the podium for the FOURTH time this season.

16. Seriously, it seems like all USA Track & Field does is break records and top podiums. Anyone else noticing this trend?


17. It’s good to be on top. Eli Dershwitz claimed his first world championship medal and is now the No. 1 saber fencer in the world.

18. At only 23 years old, skateboarder Nyjah Huston is an established vet. Naturally. He won his eighth gold medal in skateboard street this weekend at the X Games.

19. There’s no place like home. The U.S. men had their best ever finish at the Rugby World Cup Sevens this weekend in San Francisco.

20. It wouldn’t be a week for Team USA if we didn’t give tribute to the Shib Sibs on social. Happy birthday, Maia!


Thank you @lazyronstudios & @alexshibutani for planning such a fun night! ☺️

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