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Mailutite Wins the Women’s 50m Breaststroke Three Times

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Mailutite Wins the Women's 50m Breaststroke Three Times for the First Time in World Swimming History


Sjöström, who won the women's 50m freestyle, ended the competition with two gold medals.

Lithuanian swimming hero Ruta Mailutite (26) became the first female athlete in the history of the World Aquatics Championships to win the 50m breaststroke three times. 온라인카지노

Mailutite won the gold medal by finishing the race in 29.40 seconds in the women's 50m breaststroke final at the 2024 International Aquatics Federation World Championships held at the Aspire Dome in Doha, Qatar, on the 19th (Korean time).

Tang Chenting (China) took second place with 29.51 seconds, and Benedetta Pilato (Italy) took third place with 30.01 seconds.

Mailutite is an athlete who surprised the world of swimming by winning a surprise gold medal in the women's 100m breaststroke at the 2012 London Olympics at the age of 15.

The world leader in women's breaststroke sprinting, she won her first World Championships gold medal in the 100m breaststroke at the 2013 Games in Barcelona.

This is the third consecutive win in the 50m breaststroke, following the 2022 Budapest Games and the 2023 Fukuoka Games.

Mailutite said, “It is a pleasure to represent Lithuania on stage.

Her grandmother always liked the medals I received, and I will gift this medal to her grandmother as well.”

Tang Chenting set a new Asian record, but was unable to catch up with the experienced Mailutite until the end and lost by 0.11 seconds.

Sara Sjöström (30, Sweden), who had achieved the feat of winning the women's 50m butterfly for the sixth time in a row the previous day, rose to the top in the women's 50m freestyle and finished the competition with two gold medals.

She struck the mark with a time of 23.69 seconds, comfortably beating second-place Kate Douglas (USA, 23.91 seconds), who set a new American record.

Sjöström, who won her fourth gold medal in the women's 50m freestyle at the World Championships, increased her number of gold medals at the World Championships to 14.

I'm happy to see that I can swim fast in both the butterfly and freestyle, said Sjöström, who at 30 years old was almost 60 years old and outperformed much younger competitors.

“The girls next to me were very fast, but I focused on myself.

“I did,” he said.

Daniel Wiffen (22), who presented Ireland's first world championship gold medal in swimming history in the men's 800m freestyle, dominated the 1,500m freestyle and stood tall as the king of long distances.

Wippen finished the race in 14 minutes 34.07 seconds, more than 10 seconds faster than 2nd place Florian Welbrock (Germany, 14 minutes 44.61 seconds).

After taking first place in the 150m section at the beginning of the race, Wippen settled in first place without giving up the lead even once.

The International Swimming Federation website predicted, If Wifen can maintain his physical strength until the Paris Olympics, he can also break the men's 1,500m freestyle world record of 14 minutes, 31.02 seconds held by Sun Yang (China).”””

In the men's 50m backstroke, Isaac Cooper (20, Australia) took first place with a time of 24.13 seconds.

Cooper became Australia's 100th gold medal at the World Championships.

In the men's 400m individual medley, Louis Clarebert (24, New Zealand) reached the finish line first in 4 minutes 09.72 seconds, giving New Zealand its second world championship gold medal.

Leon Marchand (France), who broke the world record held by ‘king of swimming' Michael Phelps (USA) for 15 years by scoring a time of 4 minutes 02.50 seconds in this event at last year's Fukuoka Games, did not participate in this competition.

In the women's 400m individual medley, Freya Constance Colbert (19, Great Britain) stood atop the podium with a time of 4 minutes 37.14 seconds.

The United States won the gold medal in the men's 400m medley relay with a time of 3 minutes 29.80 seconds, and the women's 400m medley relay went to Australia with a time of 3 minutes 55.98 seconds.



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