Top qualifier Stubblety-Cook wins men’s 200m breaststroke
So, off they go into the pool. It’s the home swimmer Mura who reacted fastest. Arno Kamminga makes it to 50 first well under world record split time. He has already won silver in the 100 breaststroke.
Still a huge lead over the split at 100. It’s Mattsson of Finland who’s also going strong in second as they make the final turn, the Dutchman still in the lead.
Last 50 and we have a race! Stubblety-Cook is coming through! He’s going to catch Kamminga in the last 25!
Gold to Izaac Stubblety-Cook of Australia in an Olympic record 2:06.38!
Silver to Kamminga, bronze to Mattsson.