‘Dressel-McKeon’ won the last two golds, ‘USA’ ended the Olympic pool with 11 championships.
Swimming at the 2020 Olympic Games on August 1 was the final day of competition. American shark Caleb Dressel added two gold medals in the men’s 50m freestyle and men’s 4x100m medley relay, while breaking world records. Closing with the work of 5 gold medals
Emma McKeon, the Australian mermaid, won 2 gold medals in the women’s 50m freestyle and the women’s 4×100m medley relay, making a total of 4 gold and 3 bronze medals, becoming the first female swimmer in history. Olympics with 7 medals in one Olympic event
Summary of the final day of the men’s 50m freestyle swim, gold medal Caleb Dressel (USA) 21.07 seconds (breaking Olympic record 21.30 seconds), silver medal Florent Manadou (France) 21.55 seconds medals Bronze Bruno Fratus (Bravil) 21.57 seconds
Women’s 50m freestyle gold medal Emma McKeon (Australia) 23.81 seconds (breaks own Olympic record 24.00 seconds) Silver medal Sarah Sjoostrom (Sweden) 24.07 seconds Bronze Pernil L Bloom (Denmark) 24.21 seconds
Men’s 1,500 m freestyle gold medal Robert Finke (USA) 14.39.65 min Silver Mikalio Romanchuk (Ukraine) 14.40.66 min Bronze Florian Wellbrock (Germany) ) 14.40.91 minutes
Women’s 4×100 m medley relay gold medal Australia 3.51.60 min (Olympic record 3.52.05 min) Silver medal USA 3.51.73 min Bronze Canada 3.52.60 min
Men’s 4×100 m medley relay gold medal USA 3.25.78 min (break world record 3.27.28 min) Silver medal UK 3.27.51 min Bronze Italy 3.29.17
The United States took home the pool with 11 gold medals, 10 silver medals, 9 bronze medals, followed by Australia with 9 gold and the UK with 4 gold.