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Summary of Olympic gold medals for Thursday, July 29 | Dothan Sports News

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The U.S. swimmers dueled back and forth for the silver, with Smith pulling ahead at the end to touch in 2:05.30. Flickinger earned the bronze in 2:05.65. MEN’S 100-METER FREESTYLE

Roundup of Olympic gold medals from Thursday, July 29 | Dothan Sports News American swimmer Caeleb Dressel claimed the first individual Olympic gold medal of his career.

Dressel beat Chalmers by a mere six-hundredths of a second, leaving the 2016 winner with a silver medal this time. The bronze was claimed by Russia’s Kliment Kolesenikov. China surprised the U.S. and Australia with a world-record performance to win gold in the women’s 4×200-meter freestyle relay.

WOMEN’S 4 x 200-METER FREESTYLE RELAY Dressel held off the defending Olympic champion, Australia’s Kyle Chalmers, with a furious sprint to the wall. The winning time was an Olympic record of 47.02 seconds.

China won in 7 minutes, 40.33 seconds.

The Americans claimed silver in 7:40.73, while Australia took the bronze in 7:41.29. It was the first swimming world record of the Tokyo Games — in fact, all three medalists broke the previous mark of 7:41.50 set by the Aussies at the 2019 world championships.

The Americans claimed silver in 7:40.73, while Australia took the bronze in 7:41.29. It was the first swimming world record of the Tokyo Games — in fact, all three medalists broke the previous mark of 7:41.50 set by the Aussies at the 2019 world championships.

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