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Australia womens 4x100m freestyle team smashes record at takes home gold at Tokyo Olympics

Go the girls: Australia wins gold in the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay and smashes the world record

  • Australian women’s swimming team won gold at the 4x100m freestyle relays
  • Bronte Campbell, Emma Mckeon, Kate Campbell and Meg Harris scored the win
  • Team recorded 3:29.69 smashing world record barrier of 3:30 minutes

The Australian women’s swimming team has set a new world record and taken home gold after smashing the 4x100m freestyle relays.

Bronte Campbell, Emma McKeon, Kate Campbell and Meg Harris set a new world record after finishing the race in 3:29.69 minutes.  

A beaming Bronte described it as an incredible moment for the team to win the finals.   

The Australian women’s swimming team has set a new world record and taken home gold after smashing the 4x100m freestyle relays 

Bronte Campbell, Emma McKeon, Kate Campbell and Meg Harris set a new world record after finishing the race in 3:29.69 minutes

Bronte Campbell, Emma McKeon, Kate Campbell and Meg Harris set a new world record after finishing the race in 3:29.69 minutes

‘It’s incredible,’ she said. ‘It has been a long time with my team.’

‘One of my favourite memories of being part of the Australian team is being part of this particular team. Incredible group of girls.’ 

Harris added: ‘There is no feeling like it. Last night swimming with Maddie I walked out and it was insane.’

‘Then to get the opportunity to do it again in the final is even better.’   

More to come 

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