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Great Britain’s 4x100m mixed medley relay quartet are not only the first ever Olympic champions in the event, but also now part of Team GB’s joint-greatest ever Games in the pool. Gold for Kathleen Dawson, Adam Peaty, James Guy and Anna Hopkin was British swimming’s fourth in Tokyo, and along with a pair of silvers and a bronze, matches exactly the haul of the squad in 1908. As she cradled her first Olympic medal at her debut Games, Dawson could not quite explain what had gone wrong at the start of a race Britain were favourites to win after qualifying fastest from the heats.
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Team GB struck gold in the pool yet again as Kathleen Dawson, Adam Peaty, James Guy and Anna Hopkin won a thrilling mixed 4x100m medley relay on Saturday morning. Great Britain equalled their greatest ever Olympic performance in the swimming pool in the inaugural edition of the mixed relay. The quartet of Dawson, Peaty, Guy and Hopkin delivered Britain’s fourth gold medal of the meeting which, along with two silvers and a bronze, equals their haul from the 1908 Olympics in London.
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