U.S. men's curling team presented with women's gold medals

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea -- Any Olympic gold medal is a good gold medal if you're the U.S. men's curling team.

Still, it was nice to get the right ones after initially being presented with the medals stamped out for the women's winners at the Pyeongchang Games.

After beating Sweden 10-7 in the championship on Saturday, the team led by John Shuster took the top step of the podium to receive their prizes. But when they looked at the medals, they noticed that the back said "women's."

Alternate Joe Polo's was the only one that was correct.

The right medals were quickly retrieved and swapped out.

Shuster quickly brushed it off: "A gold medal in curling is a gold medal in curling."