Fifteen-year-old Canadian swimmer McIntosh wins second gold medal at the World Championships
MOSCOW, June 25 – RIA Novosti. Canadian Summer McIntosh won the gold medal in the 400m individual medley at the World Aquatics Championships held in Budapest.
The athlete swam the distance in 4 minutes 32.04 seconds. The 15-year-old Canadian teenager set a world record. Americans Katie Grimes (+0.63 seconds) and Emma Veant (+3.96) won silver and bronze medals at the World Championships, respectively. Previously, Mackintosh set a junior world record and won championship gold in the 200m butterfly.
Italy came first in the men’s 4x100m medley relay. Among the winners were Tomas Ceccon, Nicolo Martinenghi, Federico Burdisso, Alessandro Miressi. With a time of 3 minutes 27.51 seconds, the Italian team equaled the European record set by Team Great Britain at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics. The USA team won silver (+0.28) and the English team bronze (+3.8).
Team USA came first in the women’s relay race in the same discipline (Regan Smith, lily king, Torrey Husky, Claire Kurzan) was rated 3 minutes 53.78 seconds. The Australian team took the second (+0.47), while the Canadian swimmers took the bronze (+1.23).
The World Aquatics Championships will be held in Budapest from 18 June to 3 July. in march International Swimming Federation (FINA) Suspended the participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes in competitions due to the situation in Ukraine.
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