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A humble Emma McKeon on Monday downplayed her remarkable feats at the Tokyo Olympics despite winning an unsurpassed seven swimming medals to join the all-time greats.

The 27-year-old Australian was the undisputed queen in the Tokyo pool, with her medal haul — four gold and three bronze — surpassing the six won by East German Kristin Otto in 1952 and American Natalie Coughlin in 2008.

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