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Published: 02:33 BST, 12 August 2016 | Updated: 11:26 BST, 12 August 2016

Team USA's Ryan Murphy has won yet another gold — but it's the end of the road for swimmer Missy Franklin.

Murphy finished first in the men's 200m backstroke at the Rio Olympics.

Franklin, a five-time medalist in the London Games, was eliminated in the 200m backstroke semi-finals.

'I could see him the whole way,' Murphy said of his tough competition in Australia's Mitch Larkin. 'I kept on peeking over because I was getting real tired in the end.  

Team USA's Ryan Murphy has won yet another gold, finishing first in the men's 200m backstroke at the Rio Olympics

Murphy said previous Team USA backstroke swimmers wrote him letters of support, pumping him up for the races

Murphy says he hopes to inspire the next generation of American backstroke swimmers

Larkin took an early lead with Murphy trailing him. 

Yet at the first 50m turn, Murphy went down to fourth place, followed by fellow American Jacob Pebley.

Then halfway through the race, Murphy took lead — and held on to until until the final turn.

Larkin followed him closely but couldn't overpower the American swimmer.

'I was just hoping for the wall to come a little bit quicker,' Murphy said after the race.

USA's Pebley finished fifth.

Murphy also took home a gold medal in the 100m backstroke and broke an Olympic record in that race 

Murphy poses for a picture with his new gold medal following the podium ceremony 

Murphy reacts after winning the men's 200m backstroke final at Olympic Aquatics Stadium

Murphy's parents smile with pride after seeing their baby boy win another Olympic gold

In the women's 200m backstroke semi-finals, Hungary's Katinka Hosszu was first to the wall at the 50m turn.

USA's Maya Dirado took second place at the 100m mark.

Franklin began in second-to-last place and battled her way up — but didn't manage to qualify.

She was a superstar of the 2012 London games, winning four gold medals and one bronze.

Yet she has been on a slump in the individual events in Rio.

Her saving moment came in the 4x200m freestyle relay, where she took gold along the rest of Team USA.

Missy Franklin, a five-time medalist in the London Games, was eliminated in the 200m backstroke semi-finals. Here she is consoled by USA's Marya Dirado, who took second

Franklin and Dirado leave together after the race. The two won a gold medal together in the 4x200m freestyle relay

Bye, Bye, Missy: This was Franklin's last chance at a medal in the Rio Olympics 

Murphy said previous Team USA backstroke swimmer wrote him letters of support, pumping him up for the races.

'Their support gave me a lot of confidence coming into this,' Murphy said. 

'Those guys coming before, their confidencde in me helped me a lot. I hope to continue on that tradition, as I get older, trying to instill confidence in the young guns and trying to keep this legacy rolling. 

Murphy also took home a gold medal in the 100m backstroke and broke an Olympic record in that race.   

In the women's 200m breaststroke final, Russia's Yulia Efimova was unable to capitalize on American rival Lilly King not swimming. She had to settle for silver

Japan's Rie Kaneto (center) won first place in the breaststroke final, followed by Efimova (left) and China's Shi Jinglin (right)

In the women's 200m breaststroke final, Russia's Yulia Efimova was unable to capitalize on American rival Lilly King not swimming. 

Efimova, who was caught on a doping scandal, took silver behind Japan's Rie Kaneto. 

In the race, Great Britain's Chloe Tutton and Molly Renshaw took an early lead alongside Denmark's Rikke Pedersen.

They continued head-to-head — but it was Australia's Taylor McKeown who managed the strongest turn at the 100m mark, taking lead.

Then came Japan's Rie Kaneto, who sped past everyone after the final turn, battling it out with Russia's Yulia Efimova.

Kaneto continued strongly until the finish line, winning gold.

Efimova was unable to capitalize on her rival Lilly King not swimming, and had to settle for another silver. 

China's Jinglin Shi got bronze.

In the men's 50m freestyle semi-final, USA's Nathan Adrian started strong and went head-to-head against France's Florent Manaudou in the first heat

But Adrian couldn't overpower Manaudou and finished second, followed by South Africa's Bradley Tandy

In the men's 50m freestyle semi-final, USA's Nathan Adrian started strong and went head-to-head against France's Florent Manaudou in the first heat.

But Adrian couldn't overpower him.

Manaudou finished first, followed by Adrian and South Africa's Bradley Tandy.

'I think it went well,' said Adrian, who won gold with Team USA in the men's 4x100m freestyle relay.

'I think Flo (Manaudou) is probably the best started in the world — the closer I can be to him, the better the race is going to be.'

In the second semi-final heat, USA's Anthony Ervin and Ukraine's Andrii Govorov  tied for first place after a dynamite race 

The incredibly hit the finishing line together down to one hundredth of a second.

Great Britain's Ben Proud took second. 

In the second semi-final heat, USA's Anthony Ervin (pictured) and Ukraine's Andrii Govorov tied for first place after a dynamite race 

France's Florent Manaudou finished first in the men's 50m freestyle semi-final Thursday




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