There are four swimming medal events on day eight of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, and Australia have representatives in every one.
The headline act is new sensation Ariarne Titmus, who will go head-to-head with Katie Ledecky again in the women's 800m freestyle. Can the Tasmania-born athlete make it a hat-trick of wins? Also keep an eye out for Kiah Melverton in that race.
Elsewhere, newly-crowned women's 100m backstroke Olympic champion Kaylee McKeown will try to add the 200m back gold medal to her Tokyo tally. Joining her in the final is seasoned campaigner Emily Seebohm, who secured the fastest qualifying time.
Elsewhere, Matthew Temple will try to land an individual Olympic medal on debut in the Men's 100m butterfly final.
Finally, McKeown (back) & McKeon (free), Zac Stubblety-Cook (breast) & Matt Temple (fly) will compete in the first ever Olympic mixed 4x100m medley relay final.
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 eight of Tokyo 2020
Here's the schedule for Aussie swimmers today...
Men’s 100m Butterfly final - Matthew Temple
Women’s 200m Backstroke final - Emily Seebohm and Kaylee McKeown
Women’s 800m Freestyle final - Ariarne Titmus and Kiah Melverton
Women’s 50m Freestyle semi-final - Emma McKeown, Cate Campbell
Mixed 4x100m Medley relay final - Kaylee McKeown, Emma McKeon, Zac Stubblety-Cook, Matt Temple
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.
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