World Aquatics Championships. Swimming. The Russian team wins four medals on the last day of the tournament

The World Swimming Championships have ended. Eight sets of medals were awarded today. The Russian team won three bronzes and one silver. Evgeny Rylov and Kliment Kolesnikov finished second and third in the 50 meters on their backs with a break of 0.2 seconds. Evgeny Rylov lost to the athlete from South Africa, Sein Vadella, by only 0.6 seconds. Yulia Efimova finished third in the 50 meters breaststroke, finishing the sprint in 30.15.  In the combined relay, the men’s team took third place. The Americans were in the lead in the last quarter, russia was in second place, and England were in third place. Duncan Scott’s powerful spurt led the British team to the top spot. He was ahead of Vladimir Morozov and Nathan Adrian.

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The U.S. women’s team set a world record in the combined 4×100 relay. The girls completed the race in 3:50.40, which is almost two seconds faster than the record set by the Chinese in 2009.

ALL THE RESULTS FOR TODAY

50m backstroke (M)

1.  Shane Vadell (South Africa) 24.4
32.  Evgeny Rylov (Russia) 0.06
3.  Clement Kolesnikov (Russia) 0.08
4. Ryan Murphy (U.S.) 0.10
5. Michael Andrew (U.S.) 0.15
6. Xu Jiayu (China) 0.21
7. Robert Glinta (Romania) 0.24
8. Apostolos Christou (Greece) 0.32

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50m breaststroke

1.  Lilly King (U.S.) 29.84
2.  Benedetta Pilato (Italy) 0.16
3.  Yulia Efimova (Russia) 0.31
4. Alia Atkinson (Jamaica) 0.50
5. Martina Carraro (Italy) 0.65
6. Jessica Hansen (Australia) 1.00
7. Anna Elendt (Germany) 1.22
8. Ida Hullko (Finland)

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1500m freestyle (M)

1. Florian Wellbroke (Germany) 14:36.54
2. Mikhail Romanchuk (Ukraine) 01.0
93. Gregorio Paltrinieri (Italy) 02.21
4. David Aubry (France) 08.18
5. Henrik Christiansen (Norway) 08.81
6. Domenico Acerenza (Italy) 15.51
7. Serhiy Frolov (Ukraine) 24.50
8. Alexander Norgor (Denmark) – 43.93 

50m freestyle (z)

1. Simone Manuel (USA) 24.05
2. Sara Shostrom (Sweden) 0.02
3. Cate Campbell (Australia) 0.06
4. Pernille Bloome (Denmark) 0.07
5. Maria Kameneva (Russia) 0.26
6. Ranomi Kromovijojo (Netherlands) 0.30
7. Anna Hopkin (Uk) 0.35
8. Bronte Campbell (Australia) 0.43 

400m Complex (M)

1.  Daya Seto (Japan) 4:08.95
2.  Jay Litherland (U.S.) 0.27
3. Lewis Clareburt (New ) 3.12
4. Hoan Lewis Pons Ramos (Spain) 4.35
5. Peter Bernek (Hungary) 4.88
6. Maxim Schemberev (Azerbaijan) 5.15
7. Max Litchfield (Uk) 5.80
8. Arjan Knipping (Netherlands)

400m Complex

1.  Katinka Hossau (Hungary) 4:30.3
92.  Ye Shiven (China) 01.68
3.  Yui Ohashi (Japan) 01.94
4. Sidney Pikrem (Canada) 06.33
5. Emily Overholt (Canada) 07.03
6. Ellie McHugh (U.S.) 07.9
57. Juzhanna Yakabosch (Hungary) 08.7
68. Fantin Lesaffre (France) 09.29

Combined 4x100m (M) relay

1.  Great Britain – 3:28.10 (Luke Greenbank, Adam Peaty, James Guy, Duncan Scott
)2.  USA 0.35 (Ryan Murphy, Andrew Wilson, Caleb Dressel, Nathan Adrian)
3.  Russia 0.71 (Evgeny Rylov, Kirill Prigoda, Andrey Minakov, Vladimir Morozov)
4. Japan – 02.25
5. Australia – 02.32
6. Brazil – 02.76
7. China – 03.51
8. Germany – 04.76

Combined 4x100m relay

1.  USA 3:50.40 WR (Regan Smith, Lilly King, Kelsey Dahlia, Simone Manuel
)2.  Australia -03.02 (Minna Atherton, Jessica Hansen, Emma McKean, Cate Campbell)
3.  Canada – 03.18 (Kylie Mass, Sidney Pikrem, Margaret McNeil, Penny Oleksiak
)4. Italy – 06.10
5. China – 06.7
16. Japan – 07.74
7. Sweden – 07.9
98. United Kingdom – 08.98

RussianAquatics Press Service / Pavel Savchenko

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