Emma McKeon Made History by Winning 7 Olympic Medals in Tokyo.
August 5, 2021

Emma McKeon of Australia has made history after equalling the all-time record of seven medals for a female athlete at a single Olympic Games. She has won four gold medals in events including the women's 100m freestyle, 50m freestyle, 4x100m freestyle relay, and 4x100m medley relay. She took the bronze in the women's 100m butterfly and won third prize in two other relays: the 4x100m mixed medley relay and the 4x200m freestyle relay.

McKeon comes from a family of swimmers. Her father Ron McKeon competed in Moscow (1980) and Los Angeles (1984), her mother Susie McKeon competed in the 1982 commonwealth games, while her brother David McKeon competed in London (2012) and Rio (2016) where Emma also competed.

Many residents of her hometown, the city of Wollongong, have suggested renaming the city, “McKeonville.”



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