RIO 2016: Relay silver and bronze for Aussies
SWIMMING: Australia has won two medals on the final day of competition at the Rio Olympics.
Cate Campbell recovered from another disappointing swim in an individual final to lead Australia to silver in the 4x100m medley relay before Kyle Chalmers added another medal to his collection, taking the Aussie men to the bronze in the 4x100m medley relay.
That was the last race of the meet and fittingly there was a fairytale ending for Michael Phelps, who swam the butterfly leg to collect his 23rd gold medal before retiring.
Great Britain took the silver medal.
Campbell missed out on a medal in the 50m freestyle but stormed home on the freestyle leg of the relay to touch second behind America.
Cate had finished fifth earlier and with younger sibling Bronte seventh in the race won by by Denmark's Pernille Blume.
She then showed great fortitude to lead the relay team of Emily Seebohm, Taylor McKeown, Emma McKeon to second.
Campbell finished the Rio Games with two relay medals - gold in the 4x100m freestyle and the silver from Sunday morning.
In the men's medley, the Aussie team of Mitch Larkin, Jake Packard, David Morgan and Kyle Chalmers were off the paces set by winner America and silver medallist Great Britain.
The team was fourth going into the final freestyle leg before Chalmers stormed home for the bronze.
Mack Horton, who won 400m gold on the first night of swimming, had earlier missed a medal, finishing sixth in the 1500m final.
Gregorio Paltrinieri won gold, just missing out on a world record with a time of 14.34.57.
American Connor Jaeger took silver, with Italy's Gabriele Detti winning bronze.
"It has been a really big week, we have been on for eight days and my body has kind of been on the edge and getting sick for the last couple of days," he told the Seven Network.
"We've just been trying to hold it together."