Emily Seebohm Takes Gold At 3rd Time Of Asking To Deny Kylie Masse The Sweep

Emily Seebohm - by Delly Carr / Swimming Australia Ltd

Emily Seebohm restored Australian pride in the backstroke dash, with gold in 27.78sec four years after the Dolphins were locked out of the medals for the first time in the relatively short five-Games history of the event. Kylie Masse, of Canada, falls just 0.04sec shy of a backstroke sweep, for silver, and defending champion Georgia Davies takes bronze for Wales

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Emily Seebohm restored Australian pride in the backstroke dash, with gold in 27.78sec four years after the Dolphins were locked out of the medals for the first time in the relatively short five-Games history of the event. Kylie Masse, of Canada, falls just 0.04sec shy of a backstroke sweep, for silver, and defending champion Georgia Davies takes bronze for Wales

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