For the last day of the 2020 Olympic Games, we brought you our Top 10 swims from Tokyo, Top 5 for men and Top 5 for women
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.
World record holder Sarah Sjostrom has one last shot to reach the podium in Tokyo after overcoming a broken elbow earlier this year.
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.
Risultati e recap live delle ultime finali all’Olympic Centre di Tokyo che vedono in acqua gli azzurri in quattro finali su cinque
While it’s coming to a close, swimming at the Tokyo 2020 Games isn’t over yet. Get caught up here as we prepare for the 15th and final session.
Aussie Emma McKeon currently leads the overall Tokyo 2020 individual medalists with four thus far, two from individuals and two from relays.
Caeleb Dressel will lead the men’s 50 free, aiming to become the first man to go under 21 seconds in the 50 free since the bodysuit ban of 2010.
MacNeil has own a pair of NCAA titles and is a 19-time All-American over the course of her three-year career with the Michigan Wolverines.
Maxine Clarke looks to be one of Canada’s newest up-and-coming age group swimmers, having hit a 57.66 SCM and a 59.05 LCM 100 freestyle.
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From Boxall’s screams to MacNeil’s poor eyesight, check here for the top 5 viral moments from the first 2 days of Tokyo 2020.
Did you miss Sunday night’s action in Tokyo? Have no fear, SwimSwam has all the biggest swimming headlines from the second Olympic finals session for you.
We saw a slue of historic races, highlighted by Peaty’s title defense, MacNeil’s #2 all-time, and Titmus vs. Ledecky round 1
This is an Adam Peaty appreciation post, but like an Adam Peaty appreciation post for your Auntie or your cousin who knows you like swimming.