This is his second medal in these games. also picked up100 m silver back.
Focused on staying in the lobby. It feels unbelievable to be on the podium twice. I am proud of myselfMas said beside the pond.
Australia’s Kylie McKeown won the Olympic title with a time of 2:0468/100, ahead of Masse (2:05.42) and compatriot Emily Sebom (2:06.17). Block time is a Canadian record.
I didn’t come this far in Rio in 2016. I started from afar [pour me retrouver ici]. I am very pleased.
Another Canadian, Taylor Rock, finished sixth with a time of 2:08.24.
The women’s swimming team won five of the 12 medals in Tokyo.
Hayden was disqualified from the 50m final
In the men’s 50 freestyle, Brent Hayden failed in his attempt to advance to the final.
The Canadian finished fourth in his semi-finals at 21.82, tied with ROC athlete Kliment Kolesnikov. The two players signed for the ninth place in the fastest time, while only the first two players came from the final.
At 37 years old, Hayden was participating in the fourth and final Olympic Games.
I’m very happy. I was lucky enough to fall in love with my sport again. It was the second best decision of my life, after asking my wife to marry meSaid the swimmer too after his race.
Frenchman Florent Manaudou (21.53) took first place in this race ahead of Brazilian Bruno Fratos (21.60) and Dutchman Tom de Boer (21.78). American Caleb Dressel, without pressure, achieved the best time with a time of 21.42.
Dressel is always in gold
Dressel continued his dominance earlier in the day by winning the 100m butterfly ahead of Hungary’s Christoph Milak and Switzerland’s No Ponte.
Dressel set a world record at 49.45.
The 24-year-old now has four gold medals in Tokyo.
Lydiki has the same
Another American continues to collect medals in Tokyo. Katie Ledecky won gold in the 800 freestyle.
With a time of 8:12.57, she was more than a second ahead of Australian Ariarn Titmus and Italian Simona Cuadrella.
This was the Lideki’s second gold at the Games after taking the 1500m title and the eighth Olympic medal of her career (one in London in 2012 and five in Rio in 2016).
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