Spoiler Alert: Results for Conor Dwyer's Olympic 800-Meter Relay Heats

Click through to learn how the Winnetka native and Loyola Academy alum did in his quest for Olympic gold today.

Winnetka native Conor Dwyer will be competing for the gold for the second time in four days after the U.S. team swam the fastest time in the 800-meter freestyle relay heats in London Tuesday.

Dwyer and teammates swam in 7:6.75, 3.75 seconds faster than runner-up Austrailia in their heat.

It's not guaranteed that Dwyer will swim in the final four-men freestyle relay, but if the team wins, Dwyer would also receive a medal. 

The medal event is scheduled for 2:51 p.m. Chicago time. Dwyer's friends and family will be gathering around 2 p.m. at Stormy's, 1735 Orchard Ln. in Northfield, to watch the event. NBC's website will feature a live stream of the event.

Dwyer, a alum, . He qualified for the finals after coming in third in the heats earlier in the day with 3:46.24.

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