A wild video shows friends and family of Lydia Jacoby erupt into a frenzy when the 17-year-old Alaskan swimmer won an Olympic gold medal on Tuesday.
The ecstatic fans witnessed Jacoby’s stunning victory in the women’s 100-meter breaststroke at a hometown watch party in Seward, Alaska.
The crowd jumped into the air in an incredible scene of jubilation as the high-schooler, the first swimmer from Alaska to make the US Olympic swimming team, defeated teammate and defending champion Lilly King.
“I was definitely racing for a medal. I knew I had it in me,” Jacoby said after the win.
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