Friday, September 24, 2021
Markfed Sept to Nov


Innocent Admission

Caeleb Dressel shatters world record to win men’s 100m butterfly

- Advertisement -
Tokyo, July 31, 2021- Caeleb Dressel of the United States rewrote his own world record to win the men’s 100m butterfly gold at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday.

Touching home in 49.45 seconds, the two-time world champion in the event cut 0.05 seconds off his previous 49.50 mark to claim his third gold in Tokyo

Reigning European champion Kristof Milak of Hungary finished 0.23 seconds behind at 49.68 seconds, which is also a new European record.

The bronze went to Noe Ponti of Switzerland as the 20-year-old Youth Olympian clocked 50.74 in his Olympic debut.

Kaylee McKeown claimed her second title at the Olympics, winning the women’s 200m backstroke.

After a gold from 100m backstroke where she holds the world record, the 20-year-old beat leader Kylie Masse of Canada to second in the final sprint with a time of two minutes and 04.68 seconds.

Masse took the silver 0.74 second behind, and the other Australian in the race, Emily Seebohm bagged a bronze in 2:06.17.

The USA’s 4x400m mixed relay team has been reinstated for the final later on Saturday after their appeal against the disqualification in the preliminary round was upheld.

The US quartet was disqualified after the heats on Friday for exchanging outside the zone but has been reinstated by the Jury of Appeal, according to an update posted in the Olympic Information System.

The USA won the inaugural mixed relay world title in 2019 with a world record and was hotly tipped to add the first-ever Olympic crown in this event before their shock elimination.

They won the first heat of the opening round ahead of Dominica who set a national record before they were also disqualified.

Both teams have now been reinstated after appeal and will race in the first-ever Olympic mixed relay final.  (Agency)

Subscribe to YesPunjab Telegram Channel & receive important news updates

- Advertisement -

Yes Punjab - TOP STORIES

Punjab News

Sikh News

Transfers, Postings, Promotions

- Advertisement -spot_img

Stay Connected






Narendra Modi Joe Biden

On eve of Biden-Modi summit; a primer on what Biden needs, wants, and will ask from India – by Robinder Sachdev

When US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi sit down for their first-ever personal meeting, and bilateral, at the White House...
Congress Flag

Congress’ revival journey: It’s all about making the right beginning – by Nirendra Dev

Do not be surprised if another veteran Congressman, Lal Thanhawla from Mizoram , also steps aside like Capt Amarinder Singh in Punjab. The Congress...
Narendra Modi Joe Biden

Biden, Modi or who? Wanted a world leader at UNGA this week – by Robinder Sachdev

Who could be the 2-3 personalities from among the 200 or so heads of governments, who could rise and shine, and give hope to...


Health & Fitness


Does all memory loss indicate Alzheimer’s Disease?

New Delhi, Sep 21, 2021- While memory loss is most often associated with the elderly, more and more young people today are having trouble remembering things. Are all these a sign of Alzheimer's? No, say doctors. According to doctors, multiple factors are responsible for the youth tending to forget things. These include lack of sleep, too much screen time on...

Gadgets & Tech

error: Content is protected !!