July 31, 2021, 5:06·5 minutes in the afternoon;
See here, England's James Gay celebrates the gold medal in the medley relay.
England's James Gay celebrated after his team won the gold medal in the medley relay. After Getty broke the world record and caused chaos in the 4x100m medley relay final of the first Olympics on Saturday, the swimming world may have found its new favorite.
A four-man team consisting of two male and two female swimmers (each swims one leg), the event is expected to be held in Tokyo, and Saturday's final will be played in spades.
'PURE CLASS': Kaylee McKeown's incredible move for Australian teammates;
Cruelty: Australian swimmers laughed at arrogant American calls;
"What a shame": Australians are angry at basketball "sarcasm";
The British team broke the world record and won the relay final of the first Tokyo Olympics.
Catherine Dawson, Petty, James Gay and Anna Hopkin's four-man mixed relay team touched with a score of 3 minutes and 37.58 seconds, breaking the world record of 3:38.41 set by China in Qingdao last year.
The Chinese team ranked second with 3:38.86, and Australia ranked third with 3:38.95.
The Australian chose Kaylee McKeown, who won the gold medal in the 200m backstroke earlier, to start the competition, followed by Zac Stubblety-Cook (breaststroke), Matt Temple (butterfly) and Emma McKeon (freestyle).