Silver medallist Australia's Mack Horton (left) and gold medallist Sun Yang pose with their medals after the final of the men's 400m freestyle event at the 2019 world championships. Photo: AFPSilver medallist Australia's Mack Horton (left) and gold medallist Sun Yang pose with their medals after the final of the men's 400m freestyle event at the 2019 world championships. Photo: AFP
Silver medallist Australia's Mack Horton (left) and gold medallist Sun Yang pose with their medals after the final of the men's 400m freestyle event at the 2019 world championships. Photo: AFP

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Silver medallist Australia's Mack Horton (left) and gold medallist Sun Yang pose with their medals after the final of the men's 400m freestyle event at the 2019 world championships. Photo: AFPSilver medallist Australia's Mack Horton (left) and gold medallist Sun Yang pose with their medals after the final of the men's 400m freestyle event at the 2019 world championships. Photo: AFP
Silver medallist Australia's Mack Horton (left) and gold medallist Sun Yang pose with their medals after the final of the men's 400m freestyle event at the 2019 world championships. Photo: AFP
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