American Simone Manuel and Canada’s Penny Oleksiak claimed joint gold in a remarkable finish to the women’s 100m freestyle final at the 2016 Olympics.
Manuel, 20, became the first black female swimmer to win an Olympic gold medal, while Oleksiak, 16, won Canada’s first gold of these Games.
Both women finished in 52.70 seconds, a new Olympic record.
Here is the race.
This 100m freestyle video click here will only play in USA of Simone and Penny,
This 100m freestyle video click here for Simone and Penny this video will only play in South America
This 100m freestyle video Simone and Penny will only play in France.
— CBC Olympics (@CBCOlympics) August 12, 2016