Tom Dean becomes double Olympic champion as Team GB take gold in incredible relay final
The Mirror says: It was the first time Team GB had secured three swim golds at an Olympic Games since 1908 and capped another brilliant day for the Brits at Tokyo 2020
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Team GB men’s 4x200m freestyle team took gold today to continue a sensational Olympics for the Brits in the pool as Tom Dean become a double Olympic champion.
Tokyo Olympic individual 200m freestyle champion Dean, 21, his roommate and 200m free silver medallist Duncan Scott, 24, James Guy, 25, and 18-year-old Matthew Richards brought home gold.
Russia came second to claim the silver medal while Australia took bronze with a third place finish.
Britain won the race by a staggering 3.2 seconds making Dean the first Brit male swimmer to win more than one gold medal at a single Olympics in 113 years after an incredible relay win.
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