Denmark's Pernille Blume, right, and Australia's Cate Campbell compete in the women's 50-meter final during the swimming competitions at the 2016 Summer Olympics, Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (AP Photo/Jin-man Lee)
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Cate Campbell will leave Rio with some extra weight in her baggage and on her mind -- with the 'greatest choke in history' accompanying the Australian swimmer's gold and silver relay medals.Speaking to reporters, the older of the two Campbell sisters competing in Rio hinted at a possible injury but said now was not the time to talk about it.Campbell said it had been a tough week in the Olympic pool, where Australia's wait for an individual women's gold continued unsatisfied despite 4x100m freestyle success.Campbell said the 50m freestyle was a lottery and it just had not been her week, with her number not coming up, even though she had swum faster in Adelaide in April.
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