World Aquatics Championships. Swimming. Christophe Milak breaks world record in 200m butterfly

The fourth day of the competition has ended. Unfortunately, the Russian national team failed to win any awards today.

Christophe Milak, a 19-year-old swimmer from Hungary, broke the world record for the 200 meters butterfly (1:50.73), which a decade ago set Michael Phelps (1:51.51) at the World Championships in Rome.

Tomorrow, July 25, there will be 5 sets of awards. Today Vladislav Grinev (100m freestyle), Daria Vaskina (50m spin) and Svetlana Chimrova (200m butterfly) reached the finals.

ALL THE RESULTS FOR TODAY

800m freestyle (M)

1. Gregorio Paltrinieri (Italy) 7:39.27
2. Henrik Christiansen (Norway) 2.01
3. David Aubrey (France) 2.81
4. Jack McLaughlin (Australia) 3.37
5. Gabriele Detti (Italy) 4.62
6. Yan Song (China) 5.74
7. Serhiy Frolov (Ukraine) 8.05
8. Mikhail Romanchuk (Ukraine) 10.05

200m freestyle (z)

1. Federica Pellegrini (Italy) 1:54.22
2. Ariarne Titmus (Australia) 0.44
3. Sara Shostrom (Sweden) 0.56
4. Shevonn Hoi (Hong Kong) 0.76
5. Junxuan Yang (China) 1.21
6. Penny Oleksiak (Canada) 2.37
7. Charlotte Bonnet (France) 2.73
8. Rio Shirai (Japan) – 2.92

200m butterfly (M)

1.  Christophe Milak (Hungary) 1:50.73 WR
2.  Daya Seto (Japan) 03.13
3.  Chad Le Clos (South Africa) 03.6
64. Federico Burdisso (Italy) 3.66
5. Denis Kesil (Ukraine) 4.06
6. zack Harting (U.S.) 4.96
7. Leonardo de Deus (Brazil) 5.23
8. Tamas Kenreshi (Hungary) – 6.37

50m breaststroke (M)

1. Adam Peaty (Britain) 26.06
2. Felipe Lima (Brazil) 0.60
3. Joao Gomez (Brazil) 0.63
4. Kirill Prigoda (Russia) 0.66
5. Ilya Shimanovic (Belarus) 0.79
6. Yan Jibei (China) 0.80
7. Michael Andrew (U.S.) 0.87
8. Fabio Scozzoli (Italy)

Combined relay (Mixt)

1. Australia 3:39.08
2. U.S. 00.02
3. Great Britain – 01.06
4. Russia -01.07 (Evgeny Rylov, Kirill Prigoda, Maria Kameneva, Svetlana Chimrova)
5. Canada – 03.9
86. Italy – 04.19
7. Germany – 05.99
8. Netherlands DS

Foto: MTI

RussianAquatics Press Service / Pavel Savchenko

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