The joy and excitement of victory came from the mouth of the Australian female swimmer
The Olympics are in full swing in Tokyo, the capital of Japan. All the contestants are trying their best to make a medal in the name of their country. Every player celebrates openly after winning. However, many times such mistakes are also made in it, which should not be done. Something similar happened with Australian swimmer Kylie McKeon, who was so elated at her victory that the video went viral on social media.
Australia’s swimmer Kaylee won the gold medal in the 100m backstroke event. Not only Jeet Kayli won this gold medal making a world record. Due to which she became very excited and something came out of her mouth, which hardly anyone would say on a big stage like Olympics. When Kylie’s interview was going on after winning, she was asked what she wanted to say to her sister and mother, then abusively came out of her mouth. However, as soon as the abuse came out, he immediately put his hand on his mouth and became quite nervous too.
Starting a “best daily moments of the Olympics” thread with this Hall of Fame entry from Kaylee McKeown after winning gold: pic.twitter.com/6NVuOnUfss
— Josh Butler (@JoshButler) July 27, 2021
This video of Kaylee is becoming quite viral on the internet. Many people have commented on this. One user even wrote that this was the best moment of the Olympics so far.