Olympics swimming results: Lydia Jacoby stuns with breaststroke gold medal, Kylie Masse earns backstroke silver

The United States got here into the 2021 Olympics with the favourite to win the ladies’s 100-meter breaststroke.

The Americans picked up the medal, but it surely didn’t come from reigning Olympic champion and world record-holder Lilly King. Instead, it was 17-year-old Alaskan Lydia Jacoby, who surged late within the race to assert the gold, the lone gold medal of the night time for the United States.

In one of the hotly contested races within the subject on Monday, Canada’s Kylie Masse earned the very best Olympic medal of her profession, claiming the silver within the girls’s backstroke behind Australian world and Olympic record-holder Kaylee McKeown. American Regan Smith, who set the Olympic report within the semifinals, positioned third within the race. On the lads’s aspect of the 100 backstroke, reigning Olympic champion and world record-holder Ryan Murphy was shocked as not one, however two Russians positioned forward of him as Evgeny Rylov and Kliment Kolesnikov earned the gold and silver medals, respectively, within the occasion.

Another pair of teammates earned medals, as Great Britain’s Tom Dean and Duncan Scott received gold and silver within the males’s 200 freestyle, respectively, with Brazilian Fernando Scheffer putting third to earn bronze. American Kieran Smith completed sixth general.

Swimming followers additionally caught a glimpse of the 200 freestyle remaining, when Ariarne Titmus received the primary semifinal and Katie Ledecky received the second; Titmus earned the highest general spot, and Ledecky completed with the third-fastest time. The two will match up once more Tuesday for the finals occasion, the most recent chapter of their rivalry after Titmus received Sunday night time within the 400 freestyle.

And within the 200 particular person medley, American swim followers can have loads to sit up for on Tuesday: Kate Douglass and Alex Walsh every received the 2 semifinals within the occasion, incomes the primary and third general spots within the remaining race.

Sporting News supplied dwell updates and highlights from every occasion through the third day of Olympic swimming finals.

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Olympics swimming outcomes

Time (ET) Event Winner 2nd third
9:30 p.m. Women’s 200 Freestyle (Semifinal 1) Ariarne Titmus (Australia) Haughey Siobhan Bernadette (Hong Kong) Yang Junxuan (China)
9:36 p.m. Women’s 200 Freestyle (Semifinal 2) Katie Ledecky (United States) Barbora Seemanova (Czech Republic) Federica Pellegrini (Italy)
9:43 p.m. Men’s 200 Freestyle (Final) Tom Dean (Great Britain) Duncan Scott (Great Britain) Fernando Scheffer (Brazil)
9:51 p.m. Women’s 100 Backstroke (Final) Kaylee McKeown (Australia) Kylie Masse (Canada) Regan Smith (United States)
9:59 p.m. Men’s 100 Backstroke (Final) Evgeny Rylov (Russia) Kliment Kolesnikov (Russia) Ryan Murphy (United States)
10:17 p.m. Women’s 100 Breaststroke (Final) Lydia Jacoby (United States) Tatjana Schoenmaker (South Africa) Lilly King (United States)
10:35 p.m. Men’s 200 Butterfly (Semifinal 1) Chad le Clos (South Africa) Tamas Kenderesi (Hungary) Honda Tomoru (Japan)
10:41 p.m. Men’s 200 Butterfly (Semifinal 2) Kristof Milak (Hungary) Leonardo de Deus (Brazil) Federico Burdisso (Italy)
10:58 p.m. Women’s 200 Individual Medley (Semifinal 1) Alex Walsh (United States) Yu Yiting (China) Ohashi Yui (Japan)
11:05 p.m. Women’s 200 Individual Medley (Semifinal 2) Kate Douglass (United States) Abbie Wood (Great Britain) Alicia Wilson (Great Britain)

Live swimming updates, highlights from 2021 Olympics

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Women’s 200 particular person medley (semifinal 2)

11:17 p.m.: American teammates Douglass and Walsh will swim subsequent to one another in Lanes 3 and 4 within the remaining. Douglass is the highest seed and Walsh would be the third.

11:16 p.m.: Douglass units the mark at 2:09.21, however Wood wasn’t far behind at 2:09.56. Wood’s British teammate, Wilson, locations third at 2:10.59.

11:15 p.m.: Douglass makes the many of the freestyle, ending forward of Wood to win the second semifinal.

11:14 p.m.: After the breaststroke, it is Abbie Wood, Douglass and Alicia Wilson heading into the freestyle.

11:14 p.m.: Douglass leads after the butterfly, however the subject has began to realize on her a bit within the backstroke.

11:13 p.m.: Kate Douglass had the highest time within the heats within the race. She’s hoping to make it two Americans within the remaining.

Women’s 200 particular person medley (semifinal 1)

11:09 p.m.: Walsh has the highest time at 2:09.57, with Yiting second at 2:09.72 and Yui in third at 2:09.79. Canada’s Sydney Pickrem is fourth at 2:09.94; Hosszu was fifth at 2:10.22.

11:08 p.m.: Walsh wins the warmth, with Yiting in second and Japan’s Ohashi Yui ending third.

11:07 p.m.: Walsh takes the benefit heading into breaststroke. She’s taking a snug lead midway by the lane.

11:07 p.m.: China’s Yu Yiting leads after the primary 50, however Walsh is true behind her.

11:05 p.m.: American Alex Walsh is racing in opposition to world and Olympic record-holder, Hungarian Katinka Hosszu within the first semifinal.

Men’s 200 butterfly (semifinal 2)

10:52 p.m.: American Gunnar Bentz (1:55.28 within the second warmth) qualifies for the ultimate. Teammate Zach Harting comes up simply in need of qualifying for the race.

10:51 p.m.: Milak would not set the world or Olympic report, however comes shut with a time of 1:52.22. De Deus was second at 1:54.97 and Burdisso is third at 1:55.11.

10:49 p.m.: It is, unsurprisingly, Milak who wins the warmth. Brazil’s Leonardo de Deus locations second and Italy’s Federio Burdisso.

10:49 p.m.: Milak is near world report tempo. He owns the report time at 1:50.73, and will high Michael Phelps’ Olympic report at 1:52.03.

10:48 p.m.: Through the primary 50, Hungary’s Kristof Milak is main.

Men’s 200 butterfly (semifinal 1)

10:44 p.m.: Final occasions: le Clos at 1:55.06, Hungary’s Tamas Kenderesi at 1:55.17 and Japan’s Honda Tomoru at 1:55.31. America’s Zach Harting positioned fourth at 1:55.35.

10:43 p.m.: Le Clos, who received the 200 butterfly within the 2012 London Olympics, received the semifinal race right here to clinch his spot within the remaining.

10:42 p.m.: South Africa’s Chad le Clos is main after the primary 100 regardless of swimming from the eighth lane.

10:41 p.m.: Time for the primary warmth of the 200 butterfly.

Women’s 100 breaststroke (remaining)

10:25 p.m.: Jacoby’s time of 1:04.95 nets her the gold. Schoenmaker completed second at 1:05.22 and King is third at 1:05.54.

10:23 p.m.: 17-year-old Alaskan Lydia Jacoby is the Olympic gold medalist within the 100 breaststroke. She completed the swim extremely robust to cross Schoenmaker, who positioned second, and King, who completed third.

10:22 p.m.: Schoenmaker has the lead over King on the finish of the primary 50.

10:22 p.m.: And they’re off.

10:20 p.m.: Lilly King is the world and Olympic record-holder within the 100 breaststroke, however South Africa’s Tatjana Schoenmaker is available in with the marginally quicker semifinal time.

Men’s 100 backstroke (remaining)

10:05 p.m.: Rylov (51.98) and Kolesnikov (52.00) take the highest two spots. Murphy at 52.19 finishes third.

10:03 p.m.: Two Russians place forward of Murphy to unseat the reigning champion. Evgeny Rylov wins the gold and Kliment Kolesnikov takes the silver. Murphy will take house the bronze medal.

10:03 p.m.: Kliment Kolesnikov leads after the primary 50.

9:58 p.m.: Ryan Murphy is the world and Olympic record-holder within the 100 backstroke. He’s on the lookout for a shot at a second straight gold on this race.

Women’s 100 backstroke (remaining)

9:56 p.m.: The new Olympic report is 57.47 from McKeown. Masse’s time of 57.72 had her simply behind McKeown and Smith at 58.05 was additionally simply split-seconds off from the chief. White was fourth at 58.43.

9:55 p.m.: Australian’s Kaylee McKeown now holds each the Olympic and world information. Masse takes the silver and Smith comes away with the bronze.

9:53 p.m.: After the primary 50, Kylie Masse is main with Rhyan White in second.

9:52 p.m.: This is a loaded subject. Who will take house the gold?

Men’s 200 freestyle (remaining)

9:50 p.m.: Dean finishes at 1:44.22, Scott positioned second at 1:44.26 and Scheffer was third at 1:44.66. Smith positioned sixth with a time of 1:45.12.

9:48 p.m.: Great Britain with the highest two locations. Tom Dean wins the gold medal and Duncan Scott wins the silver. Brazil’s Fernando Scheffer takes the bronze.

9:47 p.m.: Hwang Sunwoo (South Korea) has been main after the primary 50 and 100.

9:45 p.m.: All eyes on American Kieran Smith, who will hope to present the U.S. a gold medal within the 200 freestyle in what figures to be a tricky race with Great Britain’s Duncan Scott.

Women’s 200 freestyle (semifinal 2)

9:44 p.m.: Titmus’ time makes her the highest seed heading into tomorrow’s 200 freestyle remaining. Ledecky is the third seed and Oleksiak is sixth. McIntosh and Schmitt simply miss the reduce.

9:42 p.m.: The time posted by Ledecky: 1:55.34. Seemanova completed at 1:56.14 and Pellegrini was at 1:56.44. Canada’s Summer McIntosh was fifth at 1:56.82.

9:41 p.m.: Ledecky takes the highest spot within the second semifinal. Seemanova is second and Italian Federica Pellegrini is third.

9:40 p.m.: Ledecky is now the chief over Seemanova.

9:39 p.m.: Ledecky is second behind Czech Republic’s Barbora Seemanova with Canada’s Summer McIntosh in third.

9:38 p.m.: Katie Ledecky posted the highest time within the 200 free within the heats at 1:55.28. She’s up now within the semifinal.

Women’s 200 freestyle (semifinal 1)

9:36 p.m.: Titmus finishes at 1:54.82 for the primary spot, with Haughey in second at 1:55.16 and China’s Yang Junxuan is third at 1:55.98. Oleksiak is fourth at 1:56.39 and American Allison Schmitt is fifth at 1:56.87.

9:35 p.m.: Titmus powers by the ultimate stretch to win the warmth.

9:34 p.m.: Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey takes the lead after the 100, however Titmus seems like she’s gaining close to the 150.

9:33 p.m.: Canada’s Penny Oleksiak is the chief after the primary 50.

9:32 p.m.: Ariarne Titmus is again within the pool, this time swimming the 200 freestyle. Will she punch her ticket to the ultimate?

Olympics swimming schedule 2021

With the exception of July 31, every day will start with heats beginning at 6 a.m. ET and can finish with finals races beginning up at 9:30 p.m. ET every day. The USA Network will carry the heats within the United States and NBC can have the finals, whereas CBC will present protection of each occasions in Canada.

Those within the United States hoping to see replays of the qualifying heats can tune into NBC each afternoon to see how swimmers carried out earlier within the morning.

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

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