Twitter lost it over Lydia Jacoby, the Alaskan Assassin, winning gold at 2021 Olympics

Twitter lost it over Lydia Jacoby, the Alaskan Assassin, winning gold at 2021 Olympics

we still stan our indiana woman lilly king however the kids in alaska made my cry.
— whitney medworth (@its_whitney) July 27, 2021.

Omg that enjoy party for Lydia Jacoby in her home town simply gave my chills. Remarkable.
— Sydney Esiason Martin (@sydneyemartin) July 27, 2021.

Discuss an adrenaline rush thatll keep you going through the rest of tonights Olympic lineup!
Thanks #LydiaJacoby.
— Just Womens Sports (@justwsports) July 27, 2021.

— Matt Ellentuck (@mellentuck) July 27, 2021.

USAs Lydia Jacoby (L) celebrates winning the last of the femaless 100m breaststroke swimming event during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre in Tokyo on July 27, 2021. (Photo by Jonathan NACKSTRAND/ AFP) (Photo by JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP via Getty Images).
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Twitter lost its mind on Monday night as Lydia Jacoby recorded the Olympic gold medal in the ladiess 100 m breaststroke.
17-year-old Lydia Jacoby surged in the second half of the femaless 100 m breaststroke final to take home Olympic gold for Team USA.

Jacoby lagged at the turn however powered her method past South African Tatjana Schoenmaker to touch the wall initially in 1:04.95. Fellow American and world record holder Lilly King ended up third in her attempt to protect her Olympic title.
Even Jacoby herself looked to be in shock after the best swim of her young profession and what could be one of the greatest upsets in Olympic swimming this summertime. The teen knocked three seconds off her personal finest time in June just to even certify for the US Olympic swim group.
Reactions to Lydia Jacoby Olympics gold medal win are remarkable.
Of course, Twitter definitely lost it.

— Shea Serrano (@SheaSerrano) July 27, 2021.

How tall is Lydia Jacoby?
Lydia Jacoby is listed at 5-foot-10, according to her Olympics profile.
Jacoby is the very first Olympic swimmer and just the tenth American summer Olympian ever to be born in Alaska. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she and her coach had to get creative with her training regimen up in the Last Frontier.
The video of the watch celebration at the railway terminal in Jacobys hometown of Seward, AK– population 2,773 (2019)– was simply the very best.

— Just Womens Sports (@justwsports) July 27, 2021.

Significantly, there is just one 50 m swimming pool in the entire state of Alaska. Offered all the kids who are viewing Jacobys efficiency at her launching Olympics, we wouldnt be shocked if that changes in the next few years.