Didn’t have time to check what happened during the last Tokyo finals session? Read below for the biggest day 8 swimming headlines you want to catch up on.
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.
Day 8 finals included finals of the men’s & women’s 50 free, men’s 1500 free, and the men’s & women’s 4×100 medley relays.
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
In February, Sarah Sjostrom swam a 24.07 50 free (her fastest time in 2021) before breaking her elbow that same month. She just swam a 24.07 to win silver.
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.
World record holder Sarah Sjostrom has one last shot to reach the podium in Tokyo after overcoming a broken elbow earlier this year.
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.
Here’s what’s on the menu for day 7 prelims: the women’s and men’s 50 freestyle, the men’s 1500 free, and a set of 4×100 medley relays.
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.
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,
L’americano Bobby Finke passerà alla storia come il primo atleta ad aver vinto l’oro olimpico negli 800 metri stile libero maschili.
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.