181 Pick’Em voters correctly predicted Bruno Fratus (above) would win bronze in the 50 free. Day 8 brings the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Pick’Em contest to a close.
Ryan Murphy, Caeleb Dressel and Zach Apple were the fastest swimmers on their respective strokes as the U.S. won gold and set a new world record.
There was more on the line for the U.S. in this race than just a Gold medal. For Team USA, the men’s 4×100 medley relay is a matter of tradition and legacy.
Bruno Fratus’ wait is over, as one of the great men’s sprinters of this era earned his first Olympic medal during the final session of the Tokyo Olympics.
The Australian breaststroker was on fire in the final and was a major player in the nation’s gold medal swim of 3:51.60.
Bobby Finke captured the USA men’s first Olympic distance gold since 1984 this week, and he did it twice, sweeping the 800 and 1500 freestyles.
World record holder Sarah Sjostrom has one last shot to reach the podium in Tokyo after overcoming a broken elbow earlier this year.
Caeleb Dressel recorded the fastest 100 fly relay split of all-time in 49.03, propelling the Americans to a new world record in the men’s 400 medley relay.
Australian Emma McKeon won 7 medals at the Tokyo Olympic Games, making her just the third woman ever to win 7 medals of any color in a single Games.
Dressel won the 50 freestyle with a 21.07 by nearly half a second in what was the biggest margin of victory in the event’s Olympic history.
Oleksiak closed out the Tokyo 2020 Games by helping Canada to a 3:52.60 4×100 medley swim to take bronze and set a new national record.
The men’s 4x100m medley relay field here put on a show, with Great Britain snagging the silver medal a new European Record.
Australia’s Emma McKeon continues to have the meet of her life, as the 27-year-old busted out a gold medal-winning performance in the women’s 50m freestyle.
Australia just wrapped up another impressive relay performance here at these Olympics, as the women’s 4x100m medley relay reaped gold in an Olympic Record.
Check out what Hungary’s Kristof Milak had to say after dropping under 50 seconds in the 100m fly to place 2nd behind American Caeleb Dressel.