You'd be hard pressed to find a more exciting swimming race than the women's 200m breaststroke. In one of the biggest upsets of the Games so far, American Rebecca Soni came from behind to beat the heavily favored "Lethal" Leisel Jones of Australia. As seen in the footage from last night's Olympics coverage on NBC, halfway through the race, the announcers realize Soni is catching up to Jones and their voices just keep getting higher and louder until they are practically orgasmic. And rightly so! Soni — who underwent heart surgery just two years ago — won her first gold medal, finished almost two seconds ahead of Jones, and beat the previous world record (set by Jones last year) by 0.32 seconds. Clip above.