From left, gold medalists Russian Olympic Committee's Liliia Akhaimova, Viktoriia Listunova, Angelina Melnikova and Vladislava Urazova pose for photos during the awarding ceremony after the artistic gymnastics women's team final competition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Ariake Gymnastics Centre, in Tokyo, Japan. Alexey Filippov / Sputnik via AP

Vladislava Urazova, Russian Olympic Committee
On Tuesday, Urazova was part of the Russian Olympic Committee team that upset the U.S. in the women’s all-around team event for gymnastics. Finishing fifth in the qualifying round, the 16-year-old helped the ROC round out the Americans as she partook in all four apparatuses: vault, balance beam, uneven bars and floor.

Viktoria Listunova, Russian Olympic Committee
Alongside Urazova was Listunova, also 16. Had the games occurred when they were initially scheduled in 2020, Lisunova would’ve been too young to compete — gymnasts must be at least 16 to compete in the Olympic Games. She participated on the bars, beam and floor.

Chen Yuxi, China
Chen and her synchronized diving partner Zhang Jiaqi blew their opponents away when the received a total overall score of 363.78 in the final of the women’s 10m synchronized platform. At age 15, Chen is China’s youngest Olympian in Tokyo.

Zhang Jiaqi, China
Diving with Chen was Zhang, a 17-year-old from Beijing. Tokyo marks the duo’s first ever Olympics, where they keep China’s winning streak event alive. China has won the event the past six Olympic Games.