Australian swimmer Emma 1st women win 7 gold medal In single olympic Games.

EMMA McKEON

EMMA McKEON’s INSPIRING JOURNEY
INTRODUCTION : Emma McKeon, was born on 24 May 1994, is an Australian cutthroat swimmer. McKeon has won eleven Olympic awards, making her the most brightened Australian Olympic competitor ever, remembering one gold at the 2016 Summer Olympics for Rio de Janeiro and four golds at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

With four gold and three bronze awards, she was the most adorned competitor at the 2020 Summer Olympics, and is tied for the most medals won in a solitary Olympics by a lady. Moreover, she has won one gold, at the World Aquatics Championships; and twelve awards, including eight gold, at the 2014 Glasgow and 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

She right now has five Olympic gold awards, the most in Australian history, tied with Ian Thorpe. McKeon is broadly viewed as one of the best female swimmers in history.

EMMA McKEON

BIOGRAPHY: McKeon was brought into the world on 24 May 1994 in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. She is the sister of David McKeon and the little girl of Ron McKeon, both of whom are additionally swimmers.

She did her education in 2012 from The Illawarra Grammar School and afterward studied at Griffith University for a four-year college education in general wellbeing and public health and health promotion with majors in nutrition. Not only that, but she and her sibling David are both trained by Michael Bohl at Griffith University.

Swimmer Emma McKEON

SWIMMING :McKeon competed at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics held in Singapore. She won a gold medal in the girls' 4 × 100 meter mixture hand-off; silver awards in the 100-meter freestyle 4 × 100 meter free-form transfer; and bronze awards in the 50-meter free-form, 200 meter free-form, and mixed 4 × 100 meter medley relay.

OLYMPIC GAMES 

Australian swimmer Emma

(2012) She passed up determination for the London 2012 Summer Olympics by placing seventh in the 100 m free-style, ninth in the 100 m butterfly, tenth in the 200 m free-form, and thirteenth in the 50 m free-style.

 (2016)  In April 2016 McKeon was chosen as a component of the Australian team for the 2016 Summer Olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Her sibling David was likewise chosen, meaning the pair were the main sibling and sister to swim at an Olympic Games for Australia since John and Ilsa Konrads in 1960. At the 2016 Summer Olympics, she opened the 4 × 100 meter free-style relay  hand-off that won a gold medal in a world record season of 3:30.65.

McKeon additionally proceeded to win a couple of silvers as a piece of the 4 × 200 meter free-style and 4 × 100 meter medley relays. She was one of five Australian individual medallists in swimming in Rio, having won a bronze medal in the 200 meter free-style with a period of 1:54.92. In the 100-meter butterfly, she completed 6th.

 (2021)  In the final race of the principal finals meeting of the 2020 Summer Olympics held in Tokyo, Japan, McKeon swam the third leg of the 4 × 100 meter free-style  hand-off that won a gold medal in a world record season of 3:29.69. The following day, she proceeded to win bronze in the 100-meter butterfly with another Australian record of 55.72.

On the second last day of swimming, she likewise went on to win the 100-meter free-form with an Olympic record with the hour of 51.96. She then, at that point, won the 50-meter freestyle with another Olympic record time. She likewise contended in the 4 x 100 meter medley, where she and her group won gold. Likewise, she won 7 medals in Tokyo, the most by any lady.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

In 2013, she won a silver decoration in the 4 × 100 meter free-style relay at the fifteenth FINA World Championships held in Barcelona, Spain. She likewise swam in the heats of the 4 × 100 medley relay  and the 4 × 200 meter freestyle relay en route to Australia winning silver medals in those events.

 In 2015, she competed at the sixteenth FINA World Championships, held in Kazan, Russia. She won a gold medal in the 4 × 100 meter freestyle relay, a bronze medal in the 4 × 100 meter medley relay, finished fourth in the 100-meter butterfly and placed seventh in the 200-meter freestyle.

 (2017) McKeon won four silver and two bronze medals  at the 2017 World Swimming Championships. She competed in the 100 m butterfly. In the heats,  she was third, with a period of 56.81. After that, in the subsequent semi-final round, she finished second, establishing an Oceania time of 56.23. In the last, she worked on this time and completed second behind Sarah Snowstorm with a record of Oceania time of 56.18.

In the 200 m free-style, she proceeded from the heats to the semi-finals round with the fourth-quickest time at 1:56.61. Then, at that point in the semi-final round, she was second in her heat and second overall. In the finals she demonstrated her great structure, and she took the silver medal along with Katie Ledecky with a period of 1:55.15, staying behind the one-time Olympic and double World medallist in that discipline, Federica Pellegrini.

Her third silver award came from the 4×100 meter free-style with Bronte Campbell, Brittany Elmslie and Shayna Jack, her group coming 0.29 seconds behind the USA. Her fourth silver medal came about because of the 4×100 m mixed medley with teammates  Mitch Larkin, Daniel Cave and Bronte Campbell.

Australian swimmer Emma 1st women win 7 gold medal

COMMONWEALTH GAMES
(2014)She was chosen as a feature of the Australian crew for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, held in Glasgow, Scotland, where she won six medals, four golds and two bronze medals. On the principal day of the contest she won a gold medal in the 200 meter free-style and afterward competed in the 4 × 100 meter free-style relay with Bronte Campbell, Melanie Schlanger and Cate Campbell, who won the gold medal and set another worldwide best season of 3:30.98.

She won individual bronze medals in the 100-meter butterfly and afterward in the 100 meter free-style, behind the Campbell sisters, as Australia took all platform positions.McKeon won further gold medals  in the 4 × 200 meter freestyle relay, where she set a Games standard as a component of a group that additionally included Alicia Coutts, Brittany Elmslie and Bronte Barratt, and the 4 × 100 medley relay with Emily Seebohm, Lorna Tonks and Cate Campbell. Her six medals  equalled a Commonwealth Games record for swimmers, which was set by Ian Thorpe and Susie O'Neill.

 (2018) McKeon won the most number of medals in swimming at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, with four gold and two bronze medals;   equalling her past record, set at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and imparted to Ian Thorpe and Susie O'Neill.

 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE (ISL)  McKeon is an individual from the London Roar group, competing in Season 2 of the International Swimming League (ISL). The ISL is a yearly expert swimming class highlighting a team based competition design with fast-paced  race  sessions. 10 groups including the world's best swimmers have gone after the ISL title in 2020.

OLYMPIC MEDAL WINNERS OF INDIA

Let us just brief up how many Olympic medals have been won by India, Olympic medallists list, Olympic medallist of India. A two-award pull in its presentation launched India's mission at the Olympics. It has since proceeded to win 31 awards across 24 Olympic Games - including gold, silver and bronze. These are the Olympic medals for India.

OLYMPIC MEDAL WINNERS OF INDIA:

1)   Norman Pritchard - silver medal - men’s 200 m and 200 m hurdles, Paris 1900

2)   Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Amsterdam 1928

Indian hockey men’s team

3)   Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Los Angeles, 1932

4)   Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Berlin 1936

5)   Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - London 1948

6)   Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Helsinki 1952

7)   KD Jadhav, bronze medal - men’s bantamweight wrestling, Helsinki 1952

8)   Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Melbourne 1956

9)   Indian hockey men’s team, silver medal - Rome 1960

10)    Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Tokyo 1964

11)    Indian hockey men’s team, bronze medal - Mexico City, 1968

12)    Indian hockey men’s team, bronze medal - Munich 1972

13)    Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Moscow 1980

14)    Leander Paes, bronze medal - men’s singles tennis, Atlanta      1996

15)     Karnam Malleswari, bronze medal - women’s 54 kg  weightlifting, Sydney 2000

16)     Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, silver medal - men’s double trap  shooting, Athens 2004

17)     Abhinav Bindra, gold medal - men’s 10 m air rifle shooting, Beijing 2008 

Abhinav Bindra

18)               Vijender Singh, bronze medal - men’s middleweight boxing, Beijing 2008

19)               Sushil Kumar, bronze medal - men’s 66 kg wrestling, Beijing 2008

20)               Gagan Narang, bronze medal - men’s 10 m air rifle shooting, London 2012

21)               Sushil Kumar, silver medal - men’s 66 kg wrestling, London 2012

22)               Vijay Kumar, silver medal - men’s 25 m rapid pistol shooting, London 2012

Vijay Kumar,

23)        Mary Kom, bronze medal - women’s flyweight boxing, London 2012

24)        Yogeshwar Dutt, bronze medal - men’s 60 kg wrestling,      London 2012

25)       Saina Nehwal, bronze medal - women’s singles badminton, London 2016

26)       PV Sindhu, silver medal - women’s singles badminton, Rio 2016

27)      Sakshi Malik, bronze medal - women’s 58 kg wrestling, Rio 2016

28)      Mirabai Chanu, silver medal - women's 49 kg weightlifting, Tokyo 2020

29)      Lovlina Borgohain - women’s welterweight (64-69 kg), Tokyo 2020

30)      PV Sindhu, bronze medal - women’s singles badminton, Tokyo 2020

31)     Indian Hockey men’s team, Bronze medal,  Tokyo 2020

Indian Hockey men’s team Tokyo 2020

These are the Olympic medallists of India, above clearly mentioning the Olympic winners of India, the Olympic medallist list, India Olympic gold medals, Olympic medal winners of India, India Olympic gold medals etc.

OLYMPIC MEDALS WON BY INDIA IN 2016:
Now let us look into how many medals won by India in 2016, firstly coming to the Rio Olympics 2016 India has won 1 silver and 1 bronze which makes a total of 2 medals India in Olympics 2016. Silver was won by badminton player P.V Sindhu in the women's singles, and bronze was won by freestyle wrestler Sakshi Malik in the women's 58 kg. They are the Olympic medal winners of India in 2016.

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