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Australia’s 4 x 100m Women’s freestyle team (lt-rt) Emma McKeon, Cate Campbell, Bronte Campbell and Meg Harris with their Gold Medals after winning the Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay final with a world record time at the Tokyo Aquatic Centre during the Tokyo Olympic Games, Sunday, July 25, 2021. (AAP Image/Joe Giddens) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY, IMAGES TO BE USED FOR NEWS REPORTING PURPOSES ONLY, NO COMMERCIAL USE WHATSOEVER, NO USE IN BOOKS WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT FROM AAP
Olympics

Make it snappy - a lifetime in the making, but only 30 seconds to get the photo

The Australian Olympic Committee insist the nation’s medal-winning swimmers did nothing wrong when briefly removing their masks on the podium at the Tokyo Games – but they’ve been reminded that they only have 30 seconds to take the celebratory photographs without masks.