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MBA student Alex Graham wins bronze in Tokyo

Swimmer Alex Graham is one of eight Bondies competing in Tokyo. PICTURE: Cavan Flynn

Bond University MBA student Alex Graham has claimed a bronze medal in the men’s 4x100 freestyle relay at the Tokyo Olympics.

The Georgina Hope Rinehart Swimming Excellence Scholarship student swam the penultimate leg of a thrilling final to help Australia to the third-placed finish.

Australia finished behind Italy and USA who claimed gold.

The other members of the Australian team were Matthew Temple, Zac Incerti, and Kyle Chalmers who produced a stunning final leg.

Graham, who is also a Bachelor of Sport Management graduate, will now turn his attention to the 4x200 freestyle relay.

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