TOKYO — Essentially the most adorned Olympic swimmer in Tokyo is … Caeleb Dressel? Katie Ledecky?
Nope. It’s Emma McKeon of Australia, whose haul of seven medals ties her for the file by any feminine Olympian, set in 1952 on the Helsinki Video games by the gymnast Maria Gorokhovskaya of the Soviet Union.
McKeon’s seventh medal got here within the 4×100 medley relay and made her the primary feminine swimmer to win that many at a single Video games. She joins Michael Phelps, Mark Spitz and Matt Biondi as the one swimmers with seven or extra (Phelps has the file, with eight golds on the 2008 Beijing Video games).
Australia set an Olympic file within the race with a time of three:51:60, edging out the USA in a stroke-for-stroke remaining lap. Canada gained bronze.
4×100 freestyle relay (gold, world file)
100 free (gold, Olympic file)
50 free (gold)
100 butterfly (bronze)
4×200 free relay (bronze)
4×100 blended medley relay (bronze)
4×100 medley relay (gold, Olympic file)
She gained 4 medals on the 2016 Video games in Rio de Janeiro.