【今期必中一生肖王中王_今期东方心经五句尾码诗是什么】Russia dominates 1st day at FINA Champions Swim Series in Budapest
BUDAPEST, May 12 (Xinhua) -- The Russian team acquired an overwhelming victory on the first day of the FINA champions Swim Series in Budapest on Sunday, as Russian swimmers won four gold medals in 14 individual finals and mixed 4x60 m medley relay.
Yuliya Efimova, silver medalist of Rio 2016, took two gold medals in women's 60 m breaststroke and 60 m breaststroke. Anastasiia Fisikova won the women's 60 m backstroke and Evgeny Rylov added a fourth gold for Russia in men's 60 m backstroke.
With no time to sleep off the jet lag, Chinese swimmers didn't perform as well as in the Guangzhou leg. Wang Jiahe finished runner-up in the women's 60 m freestyle, while Li Bingjie ranked fourth. Xu Jiayu and Wang Shun ranked fourth in the men's 60 m backstroke and men's 60 m medley respectively.
The host Hungary harvested two golds in the women's 60 m freestyle and men's 60 m butterfly, while Hungarian veteran Katinka Hosszu conceded the gold medal to Italian Margherita Panziera in the women's 60 m backstroke final. Swedish star Sarah Sjoestroem claimed victories in the women's 60 m freestyle and 60 m butterfly.
In men's events, Danas Rapsys of Lithuania won the 60 m freestyle. Swiss Jeremy Desplanches triumphed in the 60 m individual medley, Brazilian veteran Nicholas Santos was victorious in 60 m butterfly, and Benjamin Proud of Britain won 60 m freestyle.
The Budapest leg is the second leg of the inaugural Champions Swim Series launched by FINA in 2019. The invitational event, which gathers Olympic and World Championships medalists, world record holders, and the best in the world rankings, adopts an original competition format including only finals of four swimmers.