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Budapest 2017: This Happened On Monday – Results & Medal Table!

Tamás Székely 2017.07.18.

The 17th FINA World Aquatics Championships continued on Monday with several exciting competitions both in Budapest and Balatonfüred. The championships, which run until July 30, feature some 2,000 athletes from over 180 countries competing across six disciplines. Here below you can find the most important results of yesterday.

MONDAY – 17 JULY

Synchro swimming mixed duet technical event

Manila Flamini and Giorgio Minisini of Italy triumphed in the synchro swimming mixed duet technical event.

1. Manila Flamini, Giorgio Minisini (ITA)     90.2979 points
2. Mikhaela Kalancha, Aleksandr Maltsev (RUS) 90.2639
3. Kanako Kitao Spendlove, Bill May (USA)     87.6682

Women’s 3 m springboard synchronised diving

Tingmao Shi and Yani Chang of China wom the women’s 3 m springboard synchronised diving event.

1. Tingmao Shi, Chang Yani (CHN)                 333.30 points
2. Melissa Citrini Beaulieu, Jennifer Abel (CAN) 323.43
3. Kristina Ilinykh, Nadezhda Bazhina (RUS)      312.60

Men’s 10 m platform synchro diving

Aisen Chen and Hao Yang of China triumphed in the men’s 10 m platform synchro diving event:

  1. Aisen Chen, Hao Yang (CHN)               498.48 points
  2. Aleksandr Bondar, Viktor Minibaev (RUS)  458.85
  3. Patrick Hausding, Sascha Klein (GER)     440.82

Men’s water polo – Day 1

With a confident win over Australia, the Hungarian team must have made head coach Tamás Märcz really happy on his 43th birthday. Although it was 1-1 on the scoreboard after the first quarter, in the second period Hungary captain Dénes Varga scored three goals, while the defense was spectacular, led by Viktor Nagy, who made some extraordinary saves. Hungary ran away with an easy victory in the third and fourth quarter.

Group A

Brazil – Kazakhstan 6:2 (1:1, 0:1, 3:0, 2:0)

Canada – Montenegro 8:8 (1:3, 2:2, 1:1, 4:2)

Group B

Italy – France 18:9 (5:2, 3:4, 7:1, 3:2)

Hungary – Australia 13:3 (1:1, 4:1, 2:1, 6:0)

Group C

Greece – Spain 8:7 (3:1, 2:2, 1:1, 2:3)

Serbia – South Africa 21:5 (6:1, 7:1, 5:1, 3:2)

Group D

Croatia – United States 12:7 (3:1, 4:2, 3:1, 2:3)

Russia – Japan 15:8 (5:1, 3:2, 3:2, 4:3)

MEDAL TABLE (after three days)

via fina-budapest2017.com and MTI; featured photo: Zsolt Czeglédi – MTI


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