Tokyo Olympics

Tokyo Olympics: Emma McCann sets Swimming Records, Wins Seven Medals

Australian women’s swimmer Emma McCon has created history at the Tokyo Olympics. He set many records by flaunting records. He has won a total of seven medals including four gold in swimming at the Tokyo Olympics, the grand tournament of the Games. On Sunday (August 1) he won the gold medal in the 4×100 medley relay. This was his fourth gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. She is the first swimmer in the world to win seven medals in a single sport as a woman. Apart from this, she is the second woman in the world to have won seven medals in the Olympics. Prior to her, in 1952, Russian gymnast Maria Gorokhovskaya won seven medals at the Olympics. McCon equaled Maria’s record with this feat. 

Before the 27-year-old woman swimmer Emma McKeon from Brisbane, three male swimmers had accomplished such a feat at the Olympics. Including Michael Phelps, Mark Spitz and Matt Biondi. These three swimmers have won seven medals in a single Olympics. 

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