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Emma McKeon leads all Tokyo 2020 Olympic swimming medalists with 7 medals, 4 gold and 3 bronze. Caeleb Dressel had the most golds with five.
Italy took down National Records in the women’s 4×100 medley relay and 4×100 mixed medley relay (above.) Great Britain broke the mixed medley relay WR.
Kaylee McKeown can become the first Australian Olympic champion in the women’s 200 backstroke in this morning’s finals session from Tokyo.
Last night there were 5 finals and 4 semifinals, which lasted 3.5 hours. A lot happened. Check out the biggest swimming headlines from day 5 here for more.
At 27 years of age, Finnish swimmer Matti Mattsson notched a new national record en route to taking 200m breast Olympic bronze.
Yet again, so much emotion and excitement in one session! Here are some of my favorites from the morning of tears and cheers.
Matti Mattson (above) broke his Finnish National Record in the 200 breast to win bronze (2:07.13). This is Finland’s first Olympic swimming medal since 1996,
Canada left both Maggie MacNeil and Penny Oleksiak off of the mixed medley relay prelims, gambling on the team making the final without them.
Watch all the race videos from the day 5 finals session of the Tokyo Olympics including when the entire women’s 4×200 free relay podium beat the World Record
China and Japan leapfrog Canada and the Russian Olympic Committee on Day 5 to take over at the 4th and 5th positions on the medal table.
China’s Zhang Yufei, the top seed by 1.3 seconds with 2:04.89, will race in the final of the women’s 200 fly on Thursday morning in Tokyo.
Stubblety-Cook won Olympic gold with a 2:06.38 and became the first-ever man to swim under 2:07 in the event at an Olympic Games.
La sessione di giovedì mattina, che consiste nelle finali e semifinali del giorno 5, produrrà cinque nuovi campioni olimpici.