The most unlikely aspect of the most unlikely result so far at the Tokyo Olympics swim meet? Well, go to Lydia Jacoby’s hometown. Seward boasts some 2,773 people, give or take. In the summer, it is a tourist hub, offering cruises to see whales, to see otters, to see the majesty of the adjacent Kenai Fjords National Park. Jacoby’s parents met while working on boats in the harbor here, and each has served as a captain. The only reason 6-year-old Lydia swam in the first place was because her family got a sailboat.