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The top moments from day 13 of the Olympics

What you may have missed from Tokyo.

TOKYO, Japan — On day 13 of the Tokyo Olympics, several US teams made it into gold medal matchups with big wins and Ryan Crouser absolutely dominated in the shot put, breaking his own Olympic record.

RELATED: 'We did it': Crouser's gold a tribute to his fallen grandpa

Here are some of the top moments you may have missed:

Team USA takes down South Korea, advances to gold medal game

The United States baseball team is headed to the gold medal game after 7-2 win over South Korea. The Americans scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and South Korea was never able to catch up.

Megan Rapinoe scores Olympic 'Olimpico' on corner kick

United States forward Megan Rapinoe bent her corner kick straight into Australia's goal for an "Olimpico" goal, the second one she's scored in her career in Olympic competition.

RELATED: Lloyd, Rapinoe score twice in US 4-3 win for Olympic bronze medal

U.S. men bounce back in second half to take down Australia

Team USA's men got off to a poor start against Australia, but Kevin Durant and company helped flip the script in the second half to lead the U.S. to victory.

Crouser defends shot put gold with historic series of throws

World record-holder Ryan Crouser repeated as shot put gold medalist, projecting a mammoth 23.30m final throw to break his previous Games record a third time; Joe Kovacs and New Zealander Tom Walsh were silver and bronze.

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Ross/Klineman take care of business, will play for gold

April Ross and Alix Klineman handled the Swiss with ease defeating them 21-12, 21-11. They will play the winner of Latvia/Australia in the final.

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