In photos: Tokyo Olympics day 3 highlights

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There was plenty of Olympics action on day three of the Tokyo Games Monday.

The big picture: Highlights for the U.S. included Caeleb Dressel leading Team USA to Olympic gold in the 4x100-meter freestyle relay and Regan Smith setting a new swimming record. Outside U.S. success, Japan's Momiji Nishiya, 13, won the inaugural Olympic women's skateboarding gold — one of the Games' youngest ever winners.

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Luka Doncic #77, of Team Slovenia and the Dallas Mavericks, grabs a rebound on July 26 against Argentina during the first half of their game at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. Doncic scored 31 points in the first-half alone. Photo: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Romania's Sonia Ursu (L) fights for the ball with Mongolia's Khulan Onolbaatar during the women's first round 3x3 basketball match between Mongolia and Romania at the Aomi Urban Sports Park in Tokyo on July 26. Photo: Andrej Isakovic/AFP via Getty Images

France's Enzo Lefort (L) competes against Japan's Toshiya Saito in the men's individual foil qualifying bout at the Makuhari Messe Hall in Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, on July 26. Photo: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images

American pitcher Ally Carda as Team USA takes on Japan at Yokohama Baseball Stadium in the final game of pool play on July 26. Photo: Ina Fried/Axios

Japan's pitcher Yamato Fujita during the July 26 game with the U.S. Both teams have already clinched a spot in the gold medal game that's scheduled for Tuesday, Axios' Ina Fried reports. Photo: Ina Fried/Axios

Norway's Richard Andre Ordemann (Blue) and Jordan's Saleh Elsharabaty compete in the taekwondo men's 80kg elimination round bout during the Tokyo Games at the Makuhari Messe Hall on July 26. Photo: Javier Soriano/AFP via Getty Images

Australia's Ariarne Titmus and Team USA's Katie Ledecky react after winning the gold and silver medals, respectively, in the Women's 400m Freestyle Final at Tokyo Aquatics Centre on July 26. Photo: Al Bello/Getty Images

Belgium's Thibaut Vervoort (R) fights for the ball with China's Hu Jinqiu during the men's first round 3x3 basketball match between Belgium and China at the Aomi Urban Sports Park in Tokyo on July 26. Photo: Andrej Isakovic/AFP via Getty Images

Japan's Momiji Nishiya, 13, competes during the inaugural Women's Street Final at Ariake Urban Sports Park ahead of winning gold on July 26. Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Team USA's Regan Smith on her way to setting a new Women's 100m backstroke record time of 57.86 in the semifinal at Tokyo Aquatics Centre on July 26. Photo: Tom Pennington/Getty Images

Argentina'sDiego Simonet (C) is challenged during the men's Preliminary Round Group A handball match between Argentina and Germanyat the Yoyogi National Stadium in Tokyo on July 26. Photo: Martin Bernetti/AFP via Getty Images

Slovakia's Yang Wang competes against Australia's Dave Powell during his men's singles round 2 table tennis match at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium during the Games on July 26. Photo: Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP via Getty Images

Axios' Ina Fried's view from inside the gymnastics center:

Inside the Ariake Gymnastics Center ahead of the men's team final. Photo: Ina Fried/Axios

Yul Moldauer performs on the rings in the men's team final on Monday. Photo: Ina Fried/Axios

The U.S. men's gymnastics team performs on the vault in the team final. Photo: Ina Fried/Axios

The U.S. men's gymnastic team performs on the vault in the team final. Photo: Ina Fried/Axios

Shane Wiskus competes at the men's team final in Tokyo. Photo: Ina Fried/Axios

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Editor's note: This article has been updated with more photos and details from the Games.

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