British swimmers make relay history; US doesn’t even medal

TOKYO (AP) — For the first time in more than a century, Britain claimed a relay gold at the Olympic pool. The United States, shockingly, didn’t even make the podium.

A dynamic quartet carried the British to a dominating victory in the men’s 4×200-meter freestyle relay Wednesday.

Tom Dean, the 200 free gold medalist led off and 200 silver medalist Duncan Scott swam the anchor leg. James Guy — now a three-time Olympic medalist — and 18-year-old Matthew Richards took the . . .

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