The Australian national women’s swimming team posted an impressive World Record to claim the gold medal on Sunday morning.
The quartet of Bronte Campbell, Meg Harris, Emma McKeon, and Cate Campbell clocked the distance in 3 minutes 29.69 seconds in a freestyle relay event at the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo setting a new World Record.
The previous World Record in this discipline also belonged to the team of Australian swimmers and it was registered in 2018 standing at 3 minutes 30.05 seconds.
Team Canada, which was comprised of Kayla Sanchez, Margaret Macneil, Rebecca Smith, and Penny Oleksiak, took the silver finishing 3.09 seconds behind the winners.
Erika Brown, Abbey Weitzeil, Natalie Hinds, and Simone Manuel of the United States won the bronze with an aggregate result of 3 minutes 32.81 seconds.
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