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Tokyo Olympics Swimming LIVE Day 4, July 27 - Kaylee McKeown and Lydia Jacoby shine along with Tom Dean and Evgeny Rylov with all four winning gold- Update, Scores, Live Blog

Kaylee McKeown and Lydia Jacoby steal the show in the morning session winning gold in 100m Backstroke and 100m Breaststroke respectively.

Australian swimmer Kaylee McKeown
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Kaylee McKeown

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Saketh Ayyagari

Updated: 2021-07-27T09:28:44+05:30

The morning session of Swimming on Day 4 at the Tokyo Olympics saw some brilliant and historic performances.

Kaylee McKeown won gold in the women's 100m Backstroke event, while 17-year-old Lydia Jacoby surprised everyone by winning the gold medal in the 100m Breaststroke event.

It was history for Great Britain, as Tom Dean and Scott Duncan won gold and silver respectively in the men's 200m Freestyle event. Russian, Evgeny Rylov, won the gold in the 100m Backstroke events by the finest of margins as fellow countryman Kliment Kolesnikov finished second. Both the athletes were competing under the Olympic flag.

After all the intense action in the morning session, we will be back soon for the evening session.

Stay tuned for live updates.

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