World Aquatics Championships. Swimming. The Russian team won three medals for the third day of the competition

During the third day of the competition, Russian swimmers earned three awards: two silvers and a bronze. Yulia Efimova lost to Lilly King on the last quarter, Evgeny Rylov took silver in the 100 meters backstroke and Martin Malyutin shared third place with Briton Duncan Scott.

ALL THE RESULTS

200m freestyle (M)

1.  Yan Song (China) 1:44.9
32.  Katsuhiro Matsumoto (Japan) 00.29
3.  Martin Malyutin (Russia) 00.70
3.  Duncan Scott (Uk) 00.70
5. Filippo Meli (Italy) 00.74
6. Clyde Lewis (Australia) 00.85
7. Dominique Kozma (Hungary) 00.9
78. Danas Rapsis (Lithuania)

1500m freestyle (z)

1. Simone Cwadarella (Italy) 15:40.89
2. Sara Koehler (Germany) 07.94
3. Jianjiahe Wang (China) 10.11
4. Ashley Tweakerhell (U.S.) 13.3
05. Maddie Gough (Australia) 18.5
16. Aina Kesheli (Hungary) 20.46
7. Kija Melverton (Australia) 20.49
8. Mireya Belmonte Garcia (Spain) 21.21

100m backstroke (M)

1. Xu Jiayu (China) 52.43
2. Evgeny Rylov (Russia) 00.24
3. Mitch Larkin (Australia) 00.34
4. Matt Grevers (U.S.) 00.35
5. Ryan Murphy (U.S.) 00.39
6. Riosuke Iriye (Japan) 00.79
7. Guilherme Guido (Brazil) 00.83
8. Robert Glinta (Romania) 01.79

100m backstroke

1. Kylie Mass (Canada) 58.60
2. Minna Atherton (Australia) 00.25
3. Olivia Smoliga (U.S.) 00.31
4. Taylor Ruck (Canada) 00.36
5. Kylie Rochelle McCaun (Australia) 00.50
6. Kathleen Baker (U.S.) 00.9
66. Natsumi Sakai (Japan) 00.96
8. Daria Vaskina (Russia) 01.14

100m breaststroke

1.  Lily King (U.S.) 1:04.93
2.  Yulia Efimova (Russia) 00.56
3.  Martina Carraro (Italy) 01.43
4. Reona Aoki (Japan) 01.47
5. Yu Jingyao (China) 01.63
6. Tatiana Schoenmaker (South Africa) 01.6
77. Molly Renshaw (Uk) 02.03
8. Arianna Castiglioni (Italy) 02.13

RussianAquatics Press Service / Pavel Savchenko

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