The Examiner is celebrating the success of Tasmanian Olympian Ariarne Titmus with our readers.
The former Launceston swimmer has written her name into the history books, becoming just the third Australian to take out the 200 and 400-metre freestyle gold medal double, at the Tokyo Olympics.
With the weight of the nation on her shoulders, Titmus responded in champion style with two fantastic swims to win the much-hyped battle with US champion Katie Ledecky.
She backed that up with a silver in the 800m freestyle and was part of the bronze medal winning 4x200m freestyle relay.
This Friday, August 6, we will publish a double-sided poster to recognise the outstanding success of Titmus in Tokyo, along with the Australian Dolphins swim team. Don't miss your copy.
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