Everything you need for a quick refresher on what went down over eight days of swimming in Tokyo’s Olympic Aquatics Centre.
2 World records and 1 Olympic record went down last night. Read on for more of the biggest swimming headlines from day 7 Tokyo 2020 finals.
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.
La Gran Bretagna ha stabilito il nuovo record del mondo nella staffetta mista 4×100 metri misti durante la finale alle Olimpiadi di Tokyo 2020
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.
Caeleb Dressel will swim freestyle for the United States on the mixed 400 medley relay, the only country opting to use a male swimmer at the end.
After placing 4th in the men’s 100 butterfly semifinals, Josif Miladinov is Bulgaria’s first Olympic swimming finalist in 33 years.
Esordio olimpico per la staffetta mista 4×100 metri misti e subito la Gran Bretagna sigla il record europeo ed olimpico. L’Italia in finale
Adam Peaty registered the third-fastest 100 breaststroke split of all-time as Great Britain lowered its European Record in the mixed 400 medley relay.
On day 3, no one correctly predicted the podium order of the women’s 100 breast where 17-year-old Lydia Jacoby won and World Record holder Lilly Kind got 3rd.
Kaylee McKeown blew away the competition in the women’s 100 backstroke, putting up the 2nd fastest time in history for Olympic gold.
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American superstar Katie Ledecky has her first opportunity for Olympic gold in Tokyo on Day 2 in the women’s 400 freestyle final.