It’s been a magic morning for the Australian at the Tokyo Olympics, adding three gold medals to our tally.
Ariarne Titmus has backed up her gold in the 400 metre freestyle, taking out the 200 metre freestyle today.
She set an Olympic record in the process, with a time of 1.53:50.
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Her American rival Katie Ledecky, who came second in the 400m free, finished fifth in the 200m.
While fellow Aussie Maddi Wilson finished eighth.
Also today in the rowing – both the men’s and women’s fours have won gold as well, leading their events from start to finish.
The men’s finished ahead of Romania and Italy, while the women beat the Netherlands and Ireland.
The women’s and men’s quadruple scull teams both took bronze today too.
Australia’s medal tally now stands at six gold, one silver and seven bronze.