Emma McKeon has drawn level with Ian Thorpe and Leisel Jones as Australia's most decorated Olympian after she claimed yet another medal on Saturday.
The latest was a bronze in the mixed 4x100 metres medley relay, the 27-year-old's fifth of the Games.
With four already in the bag from Rio, McKeon now has nine, the same number Thorpe and Jones won in their careers.
There she will contest the 50m freestyle final and women's 4x100 medley relay final.
McKeon's five medals also have her level with Thorpe, Shane Gould and Alicia Coutts as the most successful Australian at an Olympic Games. A top-three finish in either of Sunday's events will take her to the top of that list as well.
The Illawarra product was typically understated when told of the company she now sits alongside.
"That's a pretty cool group to be a part of," McKeon told Channel 7. "I don't really look at those stats, I only hear them form you, I'm honoured to be up there with them."
McKeon produced a superb anchor leg to drag her team into the medal positions.
With countries choosing a range of strategies and gender orders, the race was an eventful affair.
America opted to finish with men's 100m freestyle champion Caeleb Dressel, the 24-year-old attempting to mow down a host of rivals.
Dressel fell short, only finishing fourth in a race won by Great Britain in world record time ahead of China and Australia.
"A mixed relay you don't really know where you're sitting," McKeon said.
"I knew the girl on the other side of me, Femke Heemskerk, from the Netherlands, she was going last in freestyle, so I knew I could go off her rather than focus on Dressel coming up behind me."
The swim came just minutes after McKeon broke her own Olympic record in the 50m freestyle semi-finals.
Having set a new mark with a time of 24.02 in Friday night's heat, the 100m champion went 24.00 to win her semi-final on Saturday morning.
Cate Campbell was fourth in the same race and qualified for Sunday's final in sixth place.
The pair were first and third in the 100m event and they'll be looking to return to the podium in the one-lap dash for gold.
While the turnaround from 50m to relay was tight, McKeon still managed to produce an impressive split of 51.73 seconds.
"We knew it was going to be quick," she said. "On the timeline it was a six-minute break.
"It sounds pretty quick, but we train for that and we do a lot more than that at training. I knew I could handle it and the fact it's a relay gets you up anyway."