Michael Phelps has done it again.

The most decorated Olympian ever has added another medal to his collection as his U.S. 4x100-meter freestyle relay team took the gold medal in 3:09.92 on Sunday at the Rio Games.

Caeleb Dressel led off the race for the Americans in his first-ever Olympic race. Phelps gave the U.S. the lead on the second leg, and they never looked back. Nathan Adiran anchored the race.

It’s Phelps’ 23 medal in his fifth trip to the Olympics. The 31-year-old swimmer initially retired after the 2012 London Games but 18 months later decided to make a comeback for 2016.

Phelps is also slated to compete in the 200-meter butterfly, 200-meter individual medley and 100-meter butterfly this week.