How to watch Australian swimmers in action at Tokyo 2020 Olympics on Thursday

The Australian Dolphins have been making a splash in Japan, and they're in with a shout of winning more medals on day six of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Thursday 29 July

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Australia’s swimming team has won a whopping four gold medals so far at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, in 2021.

Day six of the event now underway in Japan, with four more strong shots at gold for the Dolphins.

The headline event is probably the men's 100m freestyle, where reigning Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers will to head-to-head with Caeleb Dressel in the latest installment of their fascinating rivalry.

The woman of the hour Ariarne Titmus will hope to add to her two gold medals in the women's 4x200m relay, before taking on the individual 800m heats shortly after. She really is the Terminator.

Other highlights see newly-crowned women's 100m backstroke Olympic champion Kaylee McKeown take on the individual 200m backstroke heats alongside Emily Seebohm.

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

Australia: Which swimmers to watch on day six of Tokyo 2020

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

Men’s 800m Freestyle - Jack McLoughlin

Men’s 200m Breaststroke - Zac Stubblety-Cook

Women’s 100m Freestyle semi-final - Emma McKeon

Women’s 200m Butterfly - Brianna Throssell

Men’s 100m Freestyle - Kyle Chalmers

Women’s 200m Breaststroke semi-final - Jenna Strauch

Men’s 200m Individual Medley semi-final - Mitch Larkin

Women’s 4x200m Freestyle relay - Ariarne Titmus, Emma McKeon, Leah Neale, Madison Wilson

Women’s 800m Freestyle - Ariarne Titmus, Kiah Melverton

Men’s 100m Butterfly - Matthew Temple, David Morgan

Women’s 200m Breaststroke - Emily Seebohm, Kaylee McKeown

Mixed 4x100m Medley relay - Australia (9:17pm)

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.

READ: Five things you did not know about Ariarne Titmus

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