The Russians took four medals on the second day of the world Cup on swimming on short water

Россияне взяли четыре медали во второй день ЧМ по плаванию на короткой воде

The Russian team won gold, silver and two bronze on the second day of the world championship on swimming on short water which passes in canadian Windsor.

The gold was won by the Russian team in the mixed relay 4 x 50 meters freestyle. In the final Alexey Bryansk, Vladimir Morozov, Maria Kamenev and Rozaliya Nasretdinova swam with a time of 1 minute of 29.73 seconds. Also became a world champion Alexander Popkov sail in the morning session. The second were the Dutch – 1.29,82, the third – Canadians (1.29,83).

Andrew Shabanov won silver in the 100-backstroke – 49,69. Won Australian Mitchell Larkin – 49,65. The third was the Chinese Xu Jia Yu – 50,02. Grigory Tarasevich was the eighth – 50,95.

Vladimir Morozov took second place in the 100m breaststroke – 57,00. The first was the German Marco Koch – 56,77. Third finished Italian Fabio Broccoli – 57,04. Oleg Kostin showed the fifth time – 57,07. In the 200m freestyle at the men’s Alexander Red won bronze – 1.41,95. Defeated South Korean Park Tae-hwan is 1.41,03. The second was South African Chad Le Clos is 1.41,65.

Katinka Hossu won the 100-backstroke – 55,54. Second place went to canadian Kylie Masses (56,24), the third – the Briton Georgia Davies (of 56.45). Also Hossa became the first in the 200m butterfly – 2.02,15. Silver was won by American Casey Worrell – 2.02,89. The winner of bronze was the Chinese Zhang Ufa – 2.05,10. Svetlana Chimrova showed the fifth result is 2.06,20.

The representative of the USA Lilly king finished first in the 50-meters breaststroke – of 28.92. Second place went to alia Atkinson (29,11) from Jamaica, the third – American Molly Hannis (29,58). In the combined relay race 4 on 50 metres in women in the final he defeated American (Alexander De Loof, Lily king, Casey Worrell and Katrina Konopka) – 1.43,27. The second were Italians – 1.45,38, the third – by the Danes (1.45,98). The Russians Maria Kameneva Natalia Ivaneeva, Rozaliya Nasretdinova and Veronika Popova took the sixth place – 1.46,61.