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Sport Olympics swimming results: Updated 2021 medal winners for every event at Tokyo Games

02:32  29 july  2021
02:32  29 july  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Olympic swimming results 2021

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 Freestyle -- -- --
100 Freestyle -- -- --
200 Freestyle Tom Dean (Great Britain) Duncan Scott (Great Britain) Fernando Scheffer (Brazil)
400 Freestyle Ahmed Hanfaoui (Tunisia) Jack McLoughlin (Australia) Kieran Smith (United States)
800 Freestyle -- -- --
1500 Freestyle -- -- --
100 Backstroke Evgeny Rylov (Russia) Kliment Kolesnikov (Russia) Ryan Murphy (United States)
200 Backstroke -- -- --
100 Breaststroke Adam Peaty (Great Britain) Arno Kamminga (Netherlands) Nicolo Martinenghi (Italy)
200 Breaststroke -- -- --
100 Butterfly -- -- --
200 Butterfly Kristof Milak (Hungary)* Tomoru Honda (Japan) Federico Burdisso (Italy)
200 Individual Medley -- -- --
400 Individual Medley Chase Kalisz (United States) Jay Litherland (United States) Brendon Smith (Australia)
4x100 Freestyle Relay United States Italy Australia
4x200 Freestyle Relay Great Britain Russia Australia
4x100 Medley Relay -- -- --

* Olympic record

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** Olympic and world record

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 Freestyle -- -- --
100 Freestyle -- -- --
200 Freestyle Ariarne Titmus (Australia)* Siobhan Bernadette Haughey (Hong Kong) Penny Oleksiak (Canada)
400 Freestyle Ariarne Titmus (Australia) Katie Ledecky (United States) Li Bingjie (China)
800 Freestyle -- -- --
1500 Freestyle Katie Ledecky (United States) Erica Sullivan (United States) Sarah Kohler (Germany)
100 Backstroke Kaylee McKeown (Australia) Kylie Masse (Canada) Regan Smith (United States)
200 Backstroke -- -- --
100 Breaststroke Lydia Jacoby (United States) Tatjana Schoenmaker (South Africa) Lilly King (United States)
200 Breaststroke -- -- --
100 Butterfly Maggie Mac Neil (Canada) Zhang Yufei (China) Emma McKeon (Australia)
200 Butterfly -- -- --
200 Individual Medley Yui Ohashi (Japan) Alex Walsh (United States) Kate Douglass (United States)
400 Individual Medley Yui Ohashi (Japan) Emma Weyant (United States) Hali Flickinger (United States)
4x100 Freestyle Relay Australia** Canada United States
4x200 Freestyle Relay -- -- --
4x100 Medley Relay -- -- --

* Olympic record

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** Olympic and world record

Mixed event

Event Gold Silver Bronze
4x100 Medley Relay -- -- --

Overall swimming medal leaders

Pos. Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
T-1 United States 4 5 7 16
T-1 Australia 4 1 4 9
3 Great Britain 3 1 0 4
4 Japan 2 1 0 3
T-5 Canada 1 2 1 4
T-5 Russia 1 2 0 3
T-5 Hungary 1 0 0 1
T-5 Tunisia 1 0 0 1

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How to watch Olympic swimming events

  • TV channels: NBC (U.S.) | USA Network (U.S.) | CBC (Canada)
  • Live stream: NBCSports.com | NBCOlympics.com | Peacock | fuboTV (7-day free trial)

NBC and CBC have the exclusive rights to all Olympic content in the U.S. and Canada, respectively, and as such, each will carry all the swimming events during the 2021 Tokyo Games.

Fans hoping to stream the events can find them on NBC platforms NBCSports.com, NBCOlympics.com or Peacock, as well as on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial.

TV schedule

With the exception of July 31, each day will begin with heats starting at 6 a.m. ET and will end with finals races starting up at 9:30 p.m. ET each day. The USA Network will carry the heats in the United States and NBC will have the finals, while CBC will provide coverage of both events in Canada.

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Those in the United States hoping to see replays of the qualifying heats can tune into NBC every afternoon to see how swimmers performed earlier in the morning.

Saturday, July 24

Event Time (ET) Channel (U.S.) Channel (Canada)
Heats 6 a.m. USA CBC
Finals 9:30 p.m. NBC CBC

Sunday, July 25

Event Time (ET) Channel (U.S.) Channel (Canada)
Heats 6 a.m. USA CBC
Finals 9:30 p.m. NBC CBC

Monday, July 26

Event Time (ET) Channel (U.S.) Channel (Canada)
Heats 6 a.m. USA CBC
Finals 9:30 p.m. NBC CBC

Tuesday, July 27

Event Time (ET) Channel (U.S.) Channel (Canada)
Heats 6 a.m. USA CBC
Finals 9:30 p.m. NBC CBC

Wednesday, July 28

Event Time (ET) Channel (U.S.) Channel (Canada)
Heats 6 a.m. USA CBC
Finals 9:30 p.m. NBC CBC

Thursday, July 29

Event Time (ET) Channel (U.S.) Channel (Canada)
Heats 6 a.m. USA CBC
Finals 9:30 p.m. NBC CBC

Friday, July 30

Event Time (ET) Channel (U.S.) Channel (Canada)
Heats 6 a.m. USA CBC
Finals 9:30 p.m. NBC CBC

Saturday, July 31

Event Time (ET) Channel (U.S.) Channel (Canada)
Finals 9:30 p.m. NBC CBC

Olympic swimming schedule

Swimming fans are going to have days filled with their favorite sport.

From July 24 through July 30, every day will have heats early in the morning, and semifinals and finals in the evening. On July 31, there will only be five finals races held in the evening to wrap up swimming at the Olympics. Each day, the morning events will begin at 6 a.m. ET, while the evening events begin at 9:30 p.m. ET.

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Saturday, July 24

Morning Evening
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Women's 100 Butterfly (Heats) Women's 100 Butterfly (Semifinals)
Men's 400M Freestyle (Heats) Men's 400 Freestyle (Finals)
Women's 400 Individual Medley (Heats) Women's 400 Individual Medley (Finals)
Men's 100 Breaststroke (Heats) Men's 100 Breaststroke (Semifinals)
Women's 4x100 Freestyle Relay (Heats) Women's 4x100 Freestyle Relay (Finals)

Sunday, July 25

Morning Evening
Women's 100 Backstroke (Heats) Women's 100 Butterfly (Finals)
Men's 200 Freestyle (Heats) Men's 200 Freestyle (Semifinals)
Women's 100 Breaststroke (Heats) Women's 100 Breaststroke (Semifinals)
Men's 100 Backstroke (Heats) Men's 100 Breaststroke (Finals)
Women's 400 Freestyle (Heats) Women's 400 Freestyle (Finals)
Men's 4x100 Freestyle Relay (Heats) Men's 100 Backstroke (Semifinals)
-- Women's 100 Backstroke (Semifinals)
-- Men's 4x100 Freestyle Relay

Monday, July 26

Morning Evening
Women's 200 Freestyle (Heats) Women's 200 Freestyle (Semifinals)
Men's 200 Butterfly (Heats) Men's 200 Freestyle (Finals)
Women's 200 Individual Medley (Heats) Women's 100 Backstroke (Finals)
Women's 1500 Freestyle (Heats) Men's 100 Backstroke (Finals)
-- Women's 100 Breaststroke (Finals)
-- Men's 200 Butterfly (Semifinals)
-- Women's 200 Individual Medley (Semifinals)

Tuesday, July 27

Morning Evening
Men's 100 Freestyle (Heats) Men's 100 Freestyle (Semifinals)
Women's 200 Butterfly (Heats) Women's 200 Freestyle (Finals)
Men's 200 Breaststroke (Heats) Men's 200 Butterfly (Finals)
Men's 4x200 Freestyle Relay (Heats) Women's 200 Butterfly (Semifinals)
Men's 800 Freestyle (Heats) Men's 200 Breaststroke (Semifinals)
-- Women's 200 Individual Medley (Finals)
-- Women's 1500 Freestyle (Finals)
-- Men's 4x200 Freestyle Relay (Finals)

Wednesday, July 28

Morning Evening
Women's 100 Freestyle (Heats) Men's 800 Freestyle (Finals)
Men's 200 Backstroke (Heats) Men's 200 Breaststroke (Finals)
Women's 200 Breaststroke (Heats) Women's 100 Freestyle (Semifinals)
Men's 200 Individual Medley (Heats) Men's 200 Backstroke (Semifinals)
Women's 4x200 Freestyle Relay (Heats) Women's 200 Butterfly (Finals)
-- Men's 100 Freestyle (Finals)
-- Women's 200 Breaststroke (Semifinals)
-- Men's 200 Individual Medley (Semifinals)
-- Women's 4x200 Freestyle Relay (Finals)

Thursday, July 29

Morning Evening
Women's 800 Freestyle (Heats) Men's 100 Butterfly (Semifinals)
Men's 100 Butterfly (Heats) Women's 200 Breaststroke (Finals)
Women's 200 Backstroke (Heats) Men's 200 Backstroke (Finals)
Mixed 4x100 Medley Relay (Heats) Women's 100 Freestyle (Finals)
-- Men's 200 Individual Medley (Finals)
-- Women's 200 Backstroke (Semifinals)

Friday, July 30

Morning Evening
Men's 50 Freestyle (Heats) Men's 100 Butterfly (Finals)
Women's 50 Freestyle (Heats) Women's 200 Backstroke (Finals)
Men's 1500 Freestyle (Heats) Women's 800 Freestyle (Finals)
Women's 4x100 Medley Relay (Heats) Men's 50 Freestyle (Semifinals)
Men's 4x100 Medley Relay (Heats) Women's 50 Freestyle (Semifinals)
-- Mixed 4x100 Medley Relay (Finals)

Saturday, July 31

Evening
Men's 50 Freestyle (Finals)
Women's 50 Freestyle (Finals)
Men's 1500 Freestyle (Finals)
Women's 4x100 Medley Relay (Finals)
Men's 4x100 Medley Relay (Finals)

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