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 second woman ever to win 7 medals of any color in a single Games.
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.
While she didn’t make it to the top of the podium, Ariarne Titmus still pulled off an impressive Commonwealth record of 8:13.83.
Adam Peaty recorded the second-fastest 100 breaststroke split in history (56.78) as Great Britain torched the mixed 400 medley relay world record in 3:37.58.
The men’s 100 fly final on Saturday morning in Tokyo featured the two fastest performers in history both swimming lifetime bests.
Canadian Kylie Masse earned her second silver medal of the Tokyo Olympics with a 2:05.42 in the women’s 200 backstroke on the penultimate day of competition.
Australia’s Emma McKeon, already a multi-medalist here in Tokyo, has staked her claim on the women’s 50m freestyle individual gold.
Emma McKeon is 4-for-4 in terms of podium finishes thus far at Tokyo 2020 and could collect up to 3 more before the Games end.
Sealing up silver in the men’s 200m IM final here in Tokyo, Duncan Scott tied 1908 Olympian Henry Taylor as the most decorated British Olympic athlete.
After teammate Tatjana Schoenmaker’s historic 200m breast world record, South African Emma Chelius cracked the nation’s 50m free record.
Wang Shun of China and Siobhan Haughey of Hong Kong got it done for Asia on day six of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.