Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace made history once again, becoming the first Bahamian swimmer to make an Olympic final, in the 50m freestyle. In the first of two semifinal heats Vanderpool-Wallace swam 24.07 touching the wall in third place. She finished sixth overall.
The final will be held on Saturday at 2:30 p.m EST. Earlier in the week, Vanderpool-Wallace inked her name in the history books with the semifinal appearance in the 100m freestyle. She was fifth in her heat and 10th overall. Her time was 54.12 seconds.
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