TE24 Sports Desk:
BUDAPEST – Hungary: Hungary’s Christoph Milak thrilled home fans by setting his own reality record in the men’s 200 butterfly at the big swimming showdown on Tuesday, while American swimmers confirmed three more gold prizes.
The 22-year-old Milak gave Hungary the most memorable gold ornament of their opponents by taking a dazzling swim in 1 moment, 50.34 seconds on the watch.
Now it hurts so much, I don’t feel my legs, “said Milak, who shaved 0.39 seconds from his set past record in the last universe.” That’s why it was so exciting towards the end, but I really needed this world record, it needed more than anything. ”
Milak Leon was 3.03 faster than Merchand, who improved his set French record in the elimination round. In third place was Tomoru Honda of Japan.
The 20-year-old Merchant later set another public standard of 1: 55.75 as he was the fastest in the elimination round of the 200 individual diversity of men.
“Two great times today!” Dr. Marchand.
American swimmer Bobby Finn similarly set a public standard of 7: 39.36 as he completed a glittering finish by winning the first gold of the night in the 800 free-form for quite some time.
Ukrainian swimmer Mikhailo Romanchuk advanced to victory, but Finke, who finished fourth in the final 50 meters, swam in just 25.93 seconds to defeat Romanchuk and Florian Welbrock of Germany.
“I just thought it was 50 left. It’s probably like 26 seconds of pain and if I can pull off a breakthrough, it’s worth my effort,” Fink said.
Romanchuk, who is in third place, finished just 0.89 seconds behind. He almost never came to Budapest and then talked about his father’s war in Ukraine.
China’s Yang Junsuan won the women’s 200 free-form, timing 1: 54.92 for completing a very short path from Australia’s Molly O’Callagan, who is guaranteed her most memorable personal decoration in the universe. Another Chinese swimmer, Tang Muhan, finished third.
Nick Fink then, at the time, overtook Nicolo Martinengi of Italy and American comrade Michael Andrew in the American record of 26.45 seconds to win the men’s 50 breaststroke, exploiting Adam Pitt’s physical problem.
“I haven’t seen anything in the last five meters,” Fink said.
After the rat, American colleagues Hunter Armstrong, Tory Husk and Claire Curzon won their second gold by helping them win in the mixed 4×100 variety by relaying in front of the Australian and Dutch group.
It was the tenth gold for the United States in this universe, where American swimmers have additionally secured three silver and nine bronze.
Promising Romanian star David Popovici set a low worldwide best in the men’s 100 free-form elimination round – 47.13 seconds – but he regrets the unexpected late absence of royal champion Caleb Dresel.
It pushes his ailing Dresel and assumes that he will have the option to take part in 50 free-form and 100 butterfly races later on the planets.
Another rising star, 15-year-old Canadian Summer Macintosh, was the fastest in the women’s 200 butterfly elimination round with a world record of less than 2: 05.79.