How to watch Australian swimmers in action at Tokyo 2020 on 1 August

From Ariarne Titmus to Kaylee McKeown, here are the Aussie swimmers in action on day nine of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Sunday 1 August.

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The final day of swimming at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will see Australians competing in three out of five medal events.

Emma McKeon, fresh from her women's 100m freestyle victory, is favourite to win the 50m free final having qualified with the fastest time.

Also in that race will be Cate Campbell, who will be desperate to land her first individual Olympic gold.

There will be a quick turnaround for McKeown and Campbell, who will compete alongside Kaylee McKeown and Chelsea Hodges in the final of the women's 4x100m medley relay straight after. Australia last won this event at Beijing 2008, and finished second at London 2012 and Rio 2016.

The final race of the Olympics sees Mitch Larkin, Zac Stubblety-Cook, Matt Temple and Kyle Chalmers compete in the men's 4x100m medley final.

Who should you keep an eye and how should you follow their them in action? Read on for more.

READ: Five things you did not know about Emma McKeon

READ: Kaylee McKeown wins women's 200m backstroke for second gold of the Games

Kaylee McKeown
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Australia: Which swimmers to watch on day eight of Tokyo 2020

Here's the schedule for Aussie swimmers today...

Women’s 50m Freestyle final - Emma McKeown, Cate Campbell

Women's 4x100m Medley relay final - Kaylee McKeown, Chelsea Hodges, Emma McKeown and Cate Campbell

Men's 4x100m Medley relay final - Mitch Larkin, Zac Stubblety-Cook, Matt Temple and Kyle Chalmers

How to watch Australia swimmers in action at the Tokyo 2020 Games

With so much on, we have you covered no matter how you choose to consume the Games.

You can find out where to watch all the action at the Tokyo Olympic Games by clicking here.

For real-time updates on the sporting drama as it unfolds following our Tokyo 2020 live blog here.

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