Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, earns his 21st gold and 24th overall medal.
Michael Phelps guaranteed his second gold medal in one night and the 21st of his vocation as the United States won the men’s 4×200 meters Olympic free-style relay on Tuesday.
The best Olympian ever swam the last leg to extend his vocation count to an aggregate of 25 medals, likewise including two silver and two bronze.
Prior he had won gold number 20 with triumph in the 200m butterfly.
It was the fourth progressive U.S. Olympic triumph in the occasion.
The Americans drove all through, with Conor Dwyer giving over to Townley Haas and Ryan Lochte. There was a colossal thunder from the Rio swarm when Phelps sprang from the square with a lead of 1.76 seconds over Japan, and 2.88 seconds over Britain.