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Australia Dominates Again in the Women’s 4×100 Freestyle

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Australia retained its Olympic gold medal in the 4×100 relay on Sunday at the Tokyo Aquatics Heart.Doug Mills/The New York Occasions

TOKYO — Seizing the lead close to the halfway level and by no means wanting again, the Australian girls’s swim workforce received its third straight gold medal in the 4×100 freestyle on Sunday in world-record time.

Australia was the heavy favourite in the occasion and didn’t disappoint, successful by greater than three seconds in a time of three minutes 29.69 seconds. Canada took the silver with a time of three:32:78, edging the United States for silver by three-hundredths of a second.


Race visualization proven at 5x velocity.

The USA claimed the bronze after inserting Simone Manuel into the anchor leg, a last-minute swap after its workforce had completed a disappointing fifth in the qualifying heats. Manuel was the defending Olympic champion in the 100 free however did not qualify for the occasion this summer season.

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After a reasonably tight first two legs, the Australians separated themselves from the discipline with Emma McKeon swimming the third leg at 51.35 seconds, almost two seconds quicker than Natalie Hinds of the United States, who was subsequent at 53.15.

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Manuel, who additionally received gold in the relay in 2016, swam the Tenth-fastest leg of the race and was narrowly overwhelmed to the wall by Penny Oleksiak of Canada. Manuel had a quicker time in her 100 than two of the Australian gold medalists.


{Photograph} by The New York Occasions

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