Missy Franklin and her Team USA swimming pals are hugging and smiling as they walk out of the pool. They sure have this whole celebration thing down pat.
Franklin, Rebecca Soni, Dana Vollmer and Allison Schmitt set a new world record of 3:52.05 in the 4x100 medley relay on Saturday night, beating rival Australia by nearly two seconds.
The Americans have dominated in the pool in these Olympics, racking up 29 medals so far. That's as many as any other three nations combined.
The four stars embraced after their record swim, laughing and raising their arms in another victory. There was never any doubt in this race, as the Americans jumped out to a big lead early and blazed to a convincing victory.
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