.Tokyo, Japan
Kaylee McKeown set a world record for 100m backstroke earlier this week. (Photo Credit: Twitter/TokyoOlympics)

  • Australia have won 7swimming gold medals in the Tokyo Games so far 
  • Their highest swimming haul, 8 golds, came in Melbourne 1956
  • Kaylee McKeown has won two gold medals for Australia

.Tokyo, Japan

  • Kaylee McKeown finished in a time of 2:04.68
  • The 20-year-old became the first-ever Australian to win the event
  • McKeown had won her first Olympic medal after acing the 100m backstroke earlier this week