The final day of swimming in Tokyo saw IU earn three more medals.
Zach Apple, a 2019 graduate, swam the freestyle leg of the 4x100-meter medley relay to help Team USA win gold in world record fashion.
Apple swam a split of 46.9 seconds. The team’s time was 3:26.78.
Since the event’s inception in 1960, the USA men’s team has won every single one they have competed in.
The race was Apple’s second gold medal of the Olympics, adding to his gold in the 400-meter freestyle relay.
Blake Pieroni, a 2018 graduate who won gold with Apple on the 400-meter freestyle relay, swam the freestyle leg of the preliminary round and will also earn a gold medal.
Lilly King earned a silver medal in the women’s 4x100-meter medley relay after swimming the breaststroke leg in the preliminary round. King finished her Olympics with three medals – two silver and one bronze.