Australia Kaylee McKeown makes swimming history as she breaks 50m backstroke world record


Australia Kaylee McKeown broke the women’s 50m backstroke world record on Friday to become the first person to simultaneously hold the 50m, 100m and 200m backstroke world records.

McKeown finished with a time of 26.86 seconds in the Duna Arena at the World Cup event in Budapest, Hungary, to beat the previous record of 26.98 seconds set by China’s Liu Xiang in 2018.

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