Rhyan White Finishes Fourth In 200m Backstroke Final
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Herriman, Utah native Rhyan White came up just short of getting a medal in the 200m backstroke final on Friday night.
Rhyan White finished with a time of 2:06.39 in the final. Australian Kaylee McKeown took home the Gold medal with a 2:04.68, followed by Canadian Kyle Masse’s time of 2:05.42 to claim the Silver medal. Australian Emily Seebohm took the Bronze medal with a time of 2:06.17.
According to NBC, White is done competing in Tokyo as she just finished her last event of the 2020 Games.
Australia picks up two more medals in swimming!
Kaylee McKeown wins gold and Emily Seebohm wins bronze in the women's 200m backstroke. #TokyoOlympics
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