American Caeleb Dressel stormed to the men’s 100 meter butterfly gold medal on Saturday with a world record time of 49.45 to pick up his second individual gold of the Tokyo Games and Australia’s Kaylee McKeown timed her swim perfectly to win the 200 meter backstroke.

Dressel, the world champion in the event, beat Hungary’s Kristof Milak, the gold medalist in the 200 meter fly, by 0.23 seconds.

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