It was the end of the Michael Phelps individual race era on Friday night in London.
Phelps, competing in the 100M butterfly was able to rally from the 7th spot at the turn to win gold in what will likely be his final individual Olympic event ever.
This particular gold medal, his 17th overall and (his own) record breaking 21st medal adds to his legacy as the greatest olympian of all time.
Phelps will join his teammates for the 4×100 medley relay on Saturday, capping off his career with hopefully one more gold medal to add to his collection.
The race will kick off at 12:27 PST / 3:27ET / and 8:27 PM locally in London.
No word on whether or not NBC will be airing Phelps’ final swim live on television, or opting for the dreaded tape delay as they have been doing, but you can catch it live online and on the Olympic app.