Mitch Larkin & Brad Woodward Give Dolphins Another Double On The Day

Mitchell Larkin of Australia
Mitchell Larkin of Australia - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Mitch Larkin had the form – World champion in 2015, Olympic medallist in 2016 – and he lived up to it today with a 53.18 victory that grant Australia its third gold of the day, its second 1-2 finish, courtesy of Brad Woodward following g his teammate into the wall, and a lead on the all-time medals table for the 100m backstroke. Bronze went to Canadian Markus Thormeyer

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Mitch Larkin had the form – World champion in 2015, Olympic medallist in 2016 – and he lived up to it today with a 53.18 victory that grant Australia its third gold of the day, its second 1-2 finish, courtesy of Brad Woodward following g his teammate into the wall, and a lead on the all-time medals table for the 100m backstroke. Bronze went to Canadian Markus Thormeyer

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