ATLANTA — Team USA's Suni Lee competed for her chance at another Olympic medal on Sunday morning.
The gymnastics champion got back in action at 6:24 a.m. on Sunday morning to participate in the women's uneven bars final.
Lee completed the women's uneven bars qualifier with a score of 15.200 on July 25 alongside teammate Simone Biles, who qualified, but decided not to participate in the final.
The 18-year-old first-time Olympian edged out Brazilian Rebeca Andrade for gold in the women's all-around final on Tuesday, giving the U.S. its fifth-consecutive gold medal in that event.
She totaled with just enough to slip by Andrade at 57.433 points. Her friends and family exploded with excitement during a huge watch party after the scores were tallied and Lee was declared the Olympic gold medal winner.
Suni Lee snagged the bronze medal with a D-score of 6.200, an E-score of 8.300, and a total score of 14.500.
Here's how you can rewatch the Olympic gold medalist in her event:
Suni Lee is competing for Team USA in the women's uneven bars final event on Sunday morning, Lee is vying for a medal against France, Belgium, the Russian Olympic Committee, China, Germany, Sweden, and Hungary.
What you need to know:
- Who: Team USA's Suni Lee
- What: Women's uneven bars final
- When: 6:24 a.m. ET
- Where: Tokyo, Japan
- TV: USA Network, Olympic Channel
- Stream: LIVE on NBC Olympics