The U.S. men's gymnastics team is looking to win its first team gold since 1984 when it hits the mat Monday morning.
Danell Leyva will anchor the Americans in the event, which begins at 11:30 a.m. local time.
Leyva will compete in four of the six events and serve as the last man up for the U.S. on the high bar, the team's final event.
The U.S. topped qualifying Saturday, but scores are reset in the finals.
National champion John Orozco will do everything but the floor exercise for the U.S., while Sam Mikulak will compete on the floor, still rings, pommel horse and parallel bars.
Jake Dalton will perform on the rings, vault and floor, with two-time Olympic medalist Jonathan Horton working on the rings and high bar.
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