Every country’s gold, silver, bronze medals, Australia position, live, updates, US, China

Australia enters Day 4 of the Tokyo Olympics sitting seventh on the medal tally after a powerful displaying within the pool.

New swim queen Ariarne Titmus won Australia’s second gold of the sport when she beat fierce rival, US legend Katie Ledecky in a pulsating 400m freestyle last.

Australia additionally added bronze within the males’s 4×100 relay due to an astonishing last leg from Rio gold medallist Kyle Chalmers.

Emma McKeon added to her medal swag, in the meantime, with bronze within the 100m butterfly.

There’s extra medal probabilities on day 4 with Jess Fox within the canoe slalom K1 last whereas Kaylee McKeown and Emily Seebohm are within the in girls’s 100m backstroke last.

Mitch Larkin will swim for a medal within the males’s 100m backstroke.

Japan sits atop of the medal tally with eight gold heading into day 4 whereas the US (seven gold) and China (six) spherical out the highest three.


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