Olympic Gold Medallist Ariarne Titmus receives Order of Australia | 7NEWS

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Gold Medallist Ariarne Titmus is now the owner of a very different medal, named in the Order of Australia for service to sport after her heroics in the pool at Tokyo 2020.

The Olympic champion has told 7NEWS the award was unexpected, making it even more special.

“Winning an Olympic gold for me was such a dream, and that’s something that I worked really hard for, but this is a different honour. This is me feeling really proud to be Australian.”

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