Sports·Posted on 27 July 2021Aussie Swimmer Kaylee McKeown Just Dropped An F-Bomb After Winning Gold And Breaking An Olympic RecordName a better way to celebrate winning at the Olympics — I'll wait.by Isha BassiEntertainment ProducerFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Yesterday, Australia revelled in both swimming and meme glory after Ariarne Titmus won gold at the Tokyo Olympics — and also went viral for her coach's reaction. Maddie Meyer / Getty Images Today, it continues, with Kaylee McKeown claiming not only another gold medal, but breaking an Olympic record. Tom Pennington / Getty Images The Aussie swimmer won the 100 metres backstroke final with time of 57.47 seconds, beating Canada's Kylie Masse by only 0.02 of a second. Al Bello / Getty Images How bloody good is that! That's not where the fun stops though, because Kaylee has blessed us with another meme-worthy moment during her post-match interview. Sergei Bobylev / Sergei Bobylev/TASS What happened? Well, she dropped a word that should not be said on live television — the f-bomb, otherwise known as fuck — which really is just about the most Australian thing she could have done. 7Olympics @7olympics ⚠️ Viewer discretion advised ⚠️ It's fair to say Kaylee McKeown is pumped to be an Olympic gold medallist 🥇😅 #7Olympics | #Tokyo2020 | #Swimming 02:13 AM - 27 Jul 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite This was in response to Channel 7 asking what Kaylee would like to say to her mum and sister watching at home. Kaylee's response: Fuck, yeah. Seven / Seven Olympics / Via Twitter: @7olympics What's even more hilarious is that Kaylee realised her mistake immediately and then went on to say "Oh, shit!", before saying "Wooo!" and doing shakas with her hands. Seven / Seven Olympics / Via Twitter: @7olympics People from around the world are laughing with Kaylee, saying that it's honestly the most appropriate and best way to celebrate such an amazing moment for the 20-year-old. Kyle Rodda @KyleR_IG Can we all agree dropping the F-Bomb is the most Australian thing imaginable and should be an acceptable part of language in any context? Kaylee McKeown's celebration was spot on! 02:13 AM - 27 Jul 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @KyleR_IG Darren Berry @ChuckBerry1969 Did Kaylee just drop a Emily Seebohm or was it a F-bomb 😂😂 02:02 AM - 27 Jul 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @ChuckBerry1969 Scott Mitchell @s_mitchell I contend that the best bit of this clip is not the f-bomb but the double shaka afterwards. https://t.co/bXf4VWbBjZ 02:13 AM - 27 Jul 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @s_mitchell Tony Harper @toneharper Johanna Griggs' just won the Olympic Games. "It's the first time we've had a Seebohm and an f-bomb in the same race." Superb. And what is it with Aussie's swim team and viral moments? 02:38 AM - 27 Jul 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @toneharper Cath Durkin @CDurkinFOX Kaylee McKeown dropping the f-bomb on national tele post winning gold at it’s not even lunchtime. I love the Olympics. #Tokyo2020 02:00 AM - 27 Jul 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @CDurkinFOX Congratulations to Kaylee on both her win and now-iconic celebration. Best of luck to the rest of the athletes competing!