Watch All of the Oceanian Record Race Videos from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

2020 TOKYO SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES

Australian swimmers took down eight Oceania Records at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Brendan Smith opened the meet with a record in the prelims heats of the men’s 400 IM. Ariarne Titmus and Emma McKeon also set individual continental records. The Australian women sets new benchmarks in the 4×100 medley, 4×100 free, and 4×200 free relays.

NBC:

Men’s 400 IM – Brendan Smith

Women’s 100 Free – Emma McKeon

Women’s 400 Free – Ariarne Titmus

Women’s 800 Free – Ariarne Titmus

Women’s 100 Fly – Emma McKeon

Women’s 4×100 Free Relay – Australia

Women’s 4×200 Free Relay – Australia

Women’s 4×100 Medley Relay – Australia

BBC:

Women’s 400 Free – Ariarne Titmus

EuroSport:

Women’s 400 Free – Ariarne Titmus

Women’s 800 Free – Ariarne Titmus

Women’s 100 Fly – Emma McKeon

Women’s 4×100 Free Relay – Australia

Women’s 4×200 Free Relay – Australia

Women’s 4×100 Medley Relay – Australia

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Randy
2 months ago

Most of the videos are ‘unavailable. ‘

Old Man Chalmers
2 months ago

just watched nbc’s coverage of the w100 free. rowdy was saying how mckeon’s finish was much better than her 100 fly finish, where she “faded badly at end and missed the gold” when in reality, she turned in 4th, 0.45 behind zhang yufei, then had the second fastest last 50 in the field and was only 0.13 off gold at the end. her finish was actually what got her the bronze since she only overtook huske on the last stroke. rowdy is absolutely clueless

Joel
Reply to  Old Man Chalmers
2 months ago

I was surprised on Brett Hawke’s podcast that he defended Rowdy.I just don’t get it. Can someone just tell him his errors are too numerous too mention? I’d be sacked if I was wrong that often

Last edited 2 months ago by Joel
Sub13
Reply to  Old Man Chalmers
2 months ago

Emma having a better finish than Torri is literally one of the reasons 7 of our women got gold medals

ALEXANDER POP-OFF
2 months ago

Emma McKeon’s 100 free not 50 free was an Oceanian Record. Both her races were Olympic records but Cate has been 23.78.