Aly Raisman's reaction was right on. She put together a crisp floor routine Tuesday, then mouthed, "Wow" after she saluted the judges.Wow, indeed.Raisman became the first U.S. woman to win Olympic gold on floor, and she picked up a bronze on balance beam on the final day of the gymnastics competition."It definitely went better than I thought it would," Raisman said.Raisman just missed a medal in the all-around, finishing with the same score as Russia's Aliya Mustafina but dropping to fourth on a tiebreak. She was on the right end of the rules for beam Tuesday, bumping Romania's Catalina Ponor off the podium.The U.S. captain initially finished fourth, with a score of 14.966. But she questioned it, and judges added an extra tenth to her routine's difficulty after a review. That gave her and Ponor identical scores of 15.066, but Raisman got the bronze because her execution score was higher."A gold medal is a gold medal, but I definitely felt like [beam] was redemption from the other night in the all-around," Raisman said. "I was in the same exact position, but it went in my favor this time."Briefly Beach volleyball: Americans Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor defeated Xue Chen and Zhang Xi of China 22-20, 22-20 to clinch at least a silver medal. Also reaching the finals were Americans April Ross and Jennifer Kessy, who advanced with a three-set win against top-ranked Brazilians Juliana and Larissa. Volleyball: The U.S. women played without captain Lindsey Berg, but managed a 25-14, 25-21, 25-22 victory over the Dominican Republic in the quarterfinals. Berg is day-to-day with a left ankle injury and her status for Thursday against South Korea is uncertain. Destinee Hooker scored 19 points for the U.S., which has never won a gold in volleyball. Track and field: Usain Bolt is eyeing another gold after he cruised through 200-meter qualifying, jogging down the stretch on his way to a stress-free first-round heat of 20.39 seconds. Algeria's Taoufik Makhloufi (men's 1,500 meters), Australia's Sally Pearson (100-meter hurdles), Germany's Robert Harting (men's discus) and Russia's Ivan Ukhov (men's high jump) won gold medals on the fifth day of track and field competition. Basketball: Diana Taurasi scored 15 points and the U.S. women forced 26 turnovers in a 91-48 victory over Canada in the quarterfinals. The four-time defending gold medalists have won 39 consecutive games in Olympic play and will play Australia in the next round. Water polo: Maggie Steffens scored four goals and the U.S. women beat Australia 11-9 in overtime, shaking off a potentially costly blunder by coach Adam Krikorian to reach the final. Australia's Southern Ash converted a penalty with one second left in regulation to tie it at 9. The officials awarded the penalty after Krikorian called a timeout without his team having possession. The U.S. play unbeaten Spain on Thursday. Women's soccer: Soccer's governing body is considering disciplinary action over comments made by Canada's coach and players after a loss to the U.S. on Monday. The Canadians were upset with the referee over a call rarely seen. Goalkeeper Erin McLeod was whistled for holding the ball too long, starting a sequence that led to the Americans' tying goal late in the game. U.S. forward Abby Wambach revealed that she subtly lobbied for the call by counting out loud when McLeod had the ball.