Australia’s mixed 4x100m freestyle relay team broke the world record at swimming’s world championships on Saturday.
Australia clocked 3min, 18.83sec to take gold ahead of the United States on 3:20.82 and Britain on 3:21.68.
The time set by the team of Jack Cartwright, Kyle Chalmers, Shayna Jack and Mollie O’Callaghan beat the previous record of 3:19.38, set by the Australian team at last year’s world championships in Budapest.
It was the third world record set by an Australian relay team this week in Japan.
O’Callaghan was a member of all three teams and also set an individual world record in the women’s 200m freestyle.
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