Australian Kaylee McKeown (Kaylee McKeown) won the gold medal in the 100-meter return and set an Olympic record of 57.47 seconds.
This is McKean’s first Olympic medal in his career, and the adrenaline flowed into the 20-year post-match interview of the partner organization CNN 7 News Australial. When the Internet asked her if she had any news for her mother Sharon and sister Taylor who were monitoring her, she replied: “Damn it, yes!” Then she realized she was cursing and covering her mouth. Then she continued to play “7 News”, and her mother smiled and said, “I will talk to her later.” Carrie Mass of Canada won the silver medal, and Reagan Smith of the United States won the bronze medal. McKeown set a world record for women over 100 meters with a time of 57.45 seconds in June.