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The time block from 10 pm – 10:15 pm ET yesterday (during the men’s 4 x 100 medley relay) saw the highest spike in viewership for NBC watchers this Olympics.
Jimmy Feigen answered submitted questions earlier this week in a Reddit ‘AMA,’ at one point mentioning that he does not plan to compete in Tokyo.
Led-off by Ryan Murphy, the Americans were out fast. Murphy broke the individual world record in the men’s 100m backstroke on the leadoff, touching first in a time of 51.85.
The USA men stayed perfect in the medley relay with an Olympic Record time of 3:27.95 on the final night in the pool in Rio.
The United States ended with 16 of the 33 total gold medals, and Michael Phelps finished off his career with his…
Ryan Murphy led off the American 400 medley relay in a new world record of 51.85 in the men’s 100 back.
Cate Campbell has given the freestyle leg on Australia’s medley relay despite fading to 6th in the individual race, getting beaten by her sister Bronte.
Michael Phelps will go for one last gold medal tonight in his final career Olympic appearance in the men’s 400 medley relay.
For the first time ever, Michael Phelps seemed content with his swim despite not winning the race.
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Check out a full preview of tonight’s medley relays, with full projections of all 16 finalists based off of their flat start times done here in Rio.