Britain Greater Still As Guy & Scott Add Lightning To Thunder Of Milne & Grainger

James Guy provides an uplifting victory for Britain in the 4x200m freestyle with teammates Stephen Milne, Nick Grainger and Duncan Scott - by Patrick B. Kraemer

James Guy delivered a knockout blow to Russia and the United States with a blistering anchor leg that kept the 4x200m freestyle world title firmly in British hands this evening. Gold was one thing. The speed was sensational. Stephen Milne, Nick Grainger, Duncan Scott and Guy combined for a 7mins 01.70 victory, their time the second-fastest ever when swimming history is stripped of shiny suits sunk seven years ago. Guy: 1:43.8. Russia took silver in 7:02.68, United States the bronze in 7:03.18, Australia locked out in 7:05.98. Japan, 7:07.68, Italy, 7:09.44, Poland, 7:09.62, and the Netherlands, 7:12.76, completed the showdown.

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James Guy delivered a knockout blow to Russia and the United States with a blistering anchor leg that kept the 4x200m freestyle world title firmly in British hands this evening. Gold was one thing. The speed was sensational. Stephen Milne, Nick Grainger, Duncan Scott and Guy combined for a 7mins 01.70 victory, their time the second-fastest ever when swimming history is stripped of shiny suits sunk seven years ago. Guy: 1:43.8. Russia took silver in 7:02.68, United States the bronze in 7:03.18, Australia locked out in 7:05.98. Japan, 7:07.68, Italy, 7:09.44, Poland, 7:09.62, and the Netherlands, 7:12.76, completed the showdown.

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