Australia's Kaylee McKeown cemented her status as the most dominant backstroke swimmer in the world with a victory in the women's 200-meter backstroke at the Tokyo Olympics on Friday night.
McKeown, who won the 100-meter backstroke earlier this week, captured her second gold medal of these Games with a time of 2:04.68. She had a comfortable margin of victory over runner-up Kylie Masse of Canada (2:05.42).
Women's 200M Backstroke Final Results
Gold: Kaylee McKeown, Australia (2:04.68)
Silver: Kylie Masse, Canada (2:05.42)
Bronze: Emily Seebohm, Australia (2:06.17)
4th: Rhyan White, United States (2:06.