The Olympics 2016 live stream can be found at NBC. Other events can also be found on LiveSport24. Always check back for international Olympics 2016 streams. Now, the Men?s Swimming 200m freestyle finals has culminated and here are the results.
Sun Yang of China took the gold as he finished the race with a time of 1:44.65. This is close to a full second ahead of the next two competitors who finished pretty close to each other. Chad le Clos of South Africa finished the race with a time of 1:45.20 while Conor Dwyer of the United States swimming team scored a time of 1:45.23. Clos of South America finished just a hair earlier than Dwyer earning him silver. Dwyer earned bronze.
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There were eight athletes participating in the final leg of the Olympics 2016 200m men?s freestyle event. Conor Dwyer and Townley Haas were the two that represented the United States of America. The 19-year-old Haas finished fifth with a time of 1:45.58. James Guy of Great Britain fell short of earning a medal this time as he clocked in at 1:45.49 and placed fourth.
Athletes from three other countries also participated in the final leg. Paul Biedermann, who represented Germany, finished sixth with 1:45.84. Japan?s Kosuke Hagino ranked seventh, clocking in at 1:45.90. Aleksandr Krasnykh of Russia took eighth place with a time of 1:45.90.
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