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Budapest 2017: This Happened On Tuesday – Results And Medal Table!

Tamás Székely 2017.07.19.

The 17th FINA World Aquatics Championships continued on Tuesday 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.

TUESDAY – 18 JULY

Men’s 10 km open water swimming

Ferry Weertman of the Netherlands won the men’s 10 km open water swimming event. Hungarian swimmers Kristóf Rasovszky and Dániel Székelyi finished 5th and 21st respectively.

  1. Ferry Weertman (NED)          1:51:58.50 hours
  2. Jordan Wilimowsky (USA)       1:51.58.60
  3. Marc-Antoine Olivier (FRA)    1:51:59.20

 

Synchronized swimming team technical event

The Russian team triumphed in the synchro swimming team technical event.

  1. Russia     96.0109 points
  2. China      94.2165
  3. Japan      93.1590

 

3 m/10 m team diving

Laura Marino and Matthieu Rosset of France won the 3 m/10 m team diving event.

  1. Laura Marino, Matthieu Rosset (FRA) 406.40 points
  2. Rommel Pacheco Marrufo, Viviana del Angel Peniche (MEX) 402.35
  3. Krysta Palmer, David Dinsmore (USA) 395.90

Women’s water polo – Day 2

Hungary’ women water polo team turned their second group game against France into a goal festival, there was 7-0 on the scoreboard after the first period. France’s first goal came on a penalty. At half time it was 14-2 and these 14 goals were scored by 10 difference Hungarian players. Hungary controlled this game all the way, the only question after the half was the final score. In the fourth quarter, Hungary took a little step back on offense, but the defense worked perfectly. The top goalscorers were Barbara Bujka, Dóra Antal and Rita Keszthelyi with four goals each.

Group A

Canada – China 9:8 (1:1, 2:4, 5:0, 1:3)
Italy – Brazil18:4 (5:1, 6:1, 4:1, 3:1)

Group B

United States – Spain 12:8 (6:1, 1:2, 2:2, 3:3)
New Zealand – South Africa 8:6 (2:1, 1:2, 1:1, 4:2)

Group C

Netherlands – Japan 20:8 (7:0, 3:5, 5:2, 5:1)
     Hungary – France 24:5 (7:0, 7:2, 6:3, 4:0)

Group D

Greece – Kazakhstan 19:5 (5:0, 4:2, 4:1, 6:2)
Australia – Russia 8:5 (1:2, 2:1, 3:1, 2:1)

MEDAL TABLE (after 4 days)

 
via fina-budapest2017.com and MTI; photos: MTI