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Phelps’ last world record, four golds, was broken

Phelps’ last world record, four golds, was broken

Thanks to Balázs Holló, the pool finals of the World Aquatics Championships have begun in Fukuoka with a Hungarian interest. On the program on Saturday afternoon, Hulu finished eighth in the men’s 400m medley final, in which France’s Léon Marchand broke Michael Phelps’ latest world record. Sebasztián Szabó finished 10th in the 50 butterfly event.

Leon Marchand handed Michael Phelps’ latest world record to the past (Photo: Getty Images)

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13.00: semi-finals, final

Men’s 4x100m sprint

After the women, the men also jumped into the pool in the 4×100 relay, and the Australians won their fourth gold on Saturday, courtesy of Kyle Chalmers’ gorgeous hair. The Italians, who made a great start, finished second by a very close margin, while the third place podium was taken by the American relay team.

1. Australia (Jack Cartwright, Flynn Southam, Kay James Taylor, Kyle Chalmers) 3:10.16
2. Italy (Alessandro Merisi, Manuel Frigo, Lorenzo Zazzeri, Thomas Ciccone) 3:10.49
3. USA (Ryan Held, Jack Alexi, Chris Giuliano, Matt King) 3:10.81

Rapid shift 4 x 100 women’s

A third world record was also born on Saturday, as the Australian women won the women’s 4 x 100 relay by nearly four seconds. The United States came in second place, and China came in third place.

1. Australia (Molly O’Callaghan, Shayna Jack, Meg Harris, Emma McCune) 3:27.96
2. USA (Gretchen Walsh, Abby Wetzel, Olivia Smoliga, Kate Douglas) 3:31.93
3. China (Qing Yujie, Yang Chun Hsuan, Wu Qingfeng, Zhang Yu Fei) 3:32.40

Men’s 400m medley race

Visitors to the pool can see 400 historical variety, because Leon Marchand With his amazing swim, he broke Michael Phelps’ last world record since 2008. The Frenchman was on the brink of the record after his first two swims, but he showed in the breaststroke that no one could come close to him. He beat Phelps’ peak by more than three seconds, and he didn’t lose much of that speed either, already the world record holder with a time of 4:02.50. After the start, he started almost as strong in the butterfly Palazz Hollow, It was only eight parts slower than it had been in the morning. He was a bit slower on the backstretch, and his morning time was almost a second better at that point. After that, he kept up with almost the same difference, and in the end, he was unable to improve his swimming time in the preliminaries, finishing eighth.

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“I still need experience, but despite all this, I managed to get ahead, compared to last year’s world championships, I was able to stand up and swim in the final more well. I wasn’t able to improve on the rating, but the time is acceptable and we are slowly approaching that point , so that I can proceed with the rankings as well.” Balázs Holló told MTI that he was sure Marchand would set a world record, and that a time of 4:01 minutes, along with some of his rivals, was not out of the question.

“I wouldn’t say I saw him up close, because he was far away, but I can say I was in the pool with him, and that was a good experience too.” – added the Hungarian swimmer.

1. Leon Marchand (France) 4:02.50 – world record
2. Carson Foster (USA) 4:06.56
3. Seto Daiga (Japan) 4:09.41

Balázs Holló finished eighth in the 400m medley final (Photo: MTI)

Women’s 400m sprint

The first world record for this year’s World Championship was born in a real Super Final, Ariarn Titmus With an amazing swim, she won the women’s 400m freestyle by more than three seconds. For the first half of the distance Summer McIntosh, who ended up just off the podium, was still hanging on to the Australian, but Titmus managed to keep the pace and shook everyone up, then handed his Canadian record to last. Former world record holder for the distance, American Kate Ledecky, took the silver medal, and Erika Fairweather of New Zealand finished behind her.

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1. Ariarn Titmus (Australia) 3:55.38 – world record
2. Katie Ledecky (USA) 3:58.73
3. Erika Fairweather (New Zealand) 3:59.59

Men’s 50m butterfly preliminary

The semi-final matches of the 50 butterfly class followed with Hungarian interest. Sebastian Szabo He was placed in the second race. The Hungarian competitor swam a distance of 23.16 seconds, which was enough to finish fifth in his race, but he was unable to reach the final overall. He finished in tenth place.

“I haven’t been focusing on 50 butterflies for quite some time, because it’s not an Olympic number, but I honestly admit I’m a little disappointed because even after all that work, I only managed to kill so much time. Meanwhile, at last year’s World Championships in Budapest, it started in a similar way, and then it ended well.” – Szabó told MTI, which mainly focuses on the 50-meter sprint.

Men’s 400m sprint

The Australian Pool Finals started with a surprising finish Samuel Short He beat Tunisia’s Ahmed Hafnawi in the 400-meter freestyle final by only two hundredths of a second. Germany’s Lucas Martens can stand on the third step of the podium. Short and Hafnawi went head-to-head along the way, and the Australian won his first world title courtesy of a right hand.

1. Samuel Short (Australia) 3:40.68
2. Ahmed Hafnaoui (Tunisia), 3:40.70
3. Lukas Martens (Germany) 3:42.20


Balázs Holló reached the finals in the 400-meter medley with an impressive swimming time of 4:12.77, making him the seventh best in the field. Sebasztián Szabó swam a time of 23.27 in the heats for the 50 butterfly, finishing third in his heat, and reached the semi-finals for the ninth time overall – in a tie of four.

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