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Women’s 400 Medley Relay FINAL:
The women of a USA successfully continued their power as Olympic Champions of a 400 Medley Relay though not though a challenge. Australia, Russia, and Denmark all kept a parsimonious foe via a 250-meter mark, though a widespread moth leg from Dana Vollmer separate a USA from a competition.
Simone Manuel built on Vollmer’s lead with a energetic freestyle leg, bursting a 52.43 to secure USA’s tenth bullion award in this event, and USA’s 1,000th bullion award in Olympic Summer Games history. Kathleen Baker (59.00), Lilly King (1:05.70), Vollmer( 56.00), and Manuel (52.43) delivered a total time of 3:53.13 to win a final women’s foe of a 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
The foe for second was won by a Australian send group of Emily Seebohm (58.83), Taylor McKeown (1:07.05), Emma McKeon (56.95), and Cate Campbell (52.17) who stopped a time during a 3:55.00.
Denmark blew by Canada in a final 25-meters to collect adult a bronze medal. Mie Nielsen (58.75), Rikke Moller Pedersen (1:06.62), Jeanette Ottesen (56.43), and Pernille Blume (53.21) posted a total time of 3:55.01.
China squeezed forward in a widespread freestyle leg for fourth with a 3:55.18, while Canada took fifth altogether with a 3:55.49.
Russia finished sixth with a time of 3:55.66, forward of Great Britain’s 3:56.96.
Italy was eighth with a 3:59.50.
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