Matt Abood and James Magnussen have helped pilot Australia into today’s 4x 100m freestyle relay final.
The men’s line-up head into the final with the third fastest time and looking to emulate the gold medal feats of the world-record breaking women’s team on day one of competition.
The NSWIS duo bookended Australia’s heat performance with former world champion Magnussen leading the team off with a 48.85 split.
It is his only event at the Rio Olympics, a year after being forced out of the 2015 World Championships due to shoulder surgery.
“So good. A year ago I was knocked out on painkillers and it seemed a distant fairy-tale. It just shows with a great team around you, you can get back to an Olympic Games within a year,” Magnussen told the AOC website.
Abood anchored the relay home with a 48.43 to put Australia well in the frame for the final.
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