In 2008, the U.S. men’s 4-by-100 freestyle relay team came back to beat France in one of the best races in the history of Olympic swimming. Four years later, the French got their revenge, beating the Americans for gold. The zig-zag continued on Sunday night, with the U.S. reclaiming the 4-by-100 title, and Michael Phelps winning his record-extending 19th gold medal. That 2008 relay win was notable for Phelps’ exuberant, bemuscled celebration after Jason Lezak’s anchor leg brought the U.S. back for a remarkable comeback victory. How did Phelps’ joy stack up on Sunday night?