She finished the final of the 4x100m men’s Olympic swimming relay. The Americans won the gold medal, and also set a new world record. The second title in a day was Caeleb Dressel.

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Getty Images / Al Bello / Pictured: Caeleb Dressel

The Americans finished seventh in the qualifying round. Later they exchanged all four and won gold in the 4x100m medley relay, breaking the world record at the same time. The second title was won by Caleb Dressel in just one hour. Before that, he was the best in the 50m race.

Of the Americans, only second-tier Michael Andrew had the best time in his shift.

The British finished second in the final, setting a new European record. The winners of the elimination – the Italians – stood on the lowest rung of the podium.

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Polish actors also competed in this competition. Biało-Czerwoni made up of Kacper Stokowski, Jan Kozakiewicz, Jakub Majerski and Jakub Kraska took a time of 3:32.62 minutes. In the end, they missed the climb by 0.25 seconds, bringing the Poles to ninth in the final classification.

Men’s 4x100m relay medalists:

1. US 3: 26.78 minutes WR (Ryan Murphy, Michael Andrew, Caleb Dressel, Zach Apple/Joseph Armstrong, Blake Peroni, Tom Shields, Andrew Wilson)

2. UK 3: 27.51 ER (Luke Greenbank, Adam Petty, James Jay, Duncan Scott/James Welby)

3. Włochy 3: 29.17 min. (Thomas Ciccone, Niccol Martini, Federico Bordisso, Alessandro Merisi)

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