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Swimming – 2022 World Championships – Budapest

Jacco Verhaeren, Director of the French teams:

“These world championships represent the first major meeting after the Olympic Games and we will seek to improve the level that we saw at the last French championships.

It is an exciting French team made up of a clever mix of young swimmers with promising talent and more experienced athletes.

Thus, Charlotte Bonnet, Mélanie Henique, Marie Wattel, Maxime Grousset, Florent Manaudou or even Yohann Ndoye Brouard will share their solid international experience with the youngest and use it to shine to their advantage in the context of a global confrontation. also raised.

Those for whom Budapest represents the first selection in the senior France team like Adèle Blanchetière, Emma Terebo, Carl Aitkaci or Clément Secchi will be keen to deploy all their freshness and energy to shine and establish their place among the Blues.

In other words, these 2022 Worlds represent an important step in building a solid team for the next Olympic Games in Paris 2024”.

Full program HERE

The medal table HERE

The LIVE follow-up and all the results HERE

Saturday June 18

* Men’s 400m free final

1. WINNINGTON Elijah AUS 3:41.22 (3rd time in history)

2. MARTENS Lukas GER 3:42.85

3. PEREIRA da COSTA Guilherme BRA 3:43.31

* Ladies 400m free final

1. LEDECKY Katie USA 0.68 3:58.15 / Championship Record / 16th World Title

2. McINTOSH Summer CAN 3:59.39

3. SMITH Leah USA 4:02.08

* Men’s 400m medley final

1. MARCHAND Leon FRA 4:04.28 CR / Championship record and European record!

2. FOSTER Carson USA 4:06.56

3. KALISZ Chase USA 4:07.47 3.19

Attention prodigy! For the first time in the history of swimming, a Habs became world champion in the 400m medley, a flagship race, an event that always rewards ultra-complete swimmers.

Léon Marchand, just 20 years old, son of former champion Xavier Marchand, now trains in the USA under the orders of Bob Bowman, the man who shaped Michael Phelps, the man who already praises his new student.

Tonight in this final, the Habs got off to an excellent start in the wake of the American Foster before blasting their last rival in breaststroke, and finishing airplane style, with the crawl.

He will finish this race by setting a huge time, a new championship record and a new European record, with an incredible lead over his rivals. An exceptional champion was born in Budapest, there is no doubt that this prodigy has not finished delighting us.

* Men’s 4*100m free final

1. USA – United States of America 3:09.34

DRESSEL Caeleb, HELD Ryan, RESS Justin, CURRY Brooks

2. AUS – Australia 3:10.80

YANG William Xu, TEMPLE Matthew, CARTWRIGHT Jack, CHALMERS Kyle

3. ITA – Italy 3:10.95

MIRESSI Alessandro, CECCON Thomas, ZAZZERI Lorenzo, FRIGO Manuel

* Ladies 4*100m free final

1. AUS – Australia 3:30.95

Mollie O’CALLAGHAN, WILSON Madison, Meg HARRIS, JACK Shayna

2. CAN-Canada 3:32.15

SANCHEZ Kayla, RUCK Taylor, MACNEIL Margaret, OLEKSIAK Penny

3. USA – United States of America 3:32.58

HUSKE Torri, BROWN Erika, DOUGLASS Kate, CURZAN Claire

Sunday June 19

* Men’s 100m breaststroke final

1. MARTINENGHI Nicolo ITA 58.26

2. KAMMINGA Arno NED 58.62 + 0.36

3. FINK Nic USA 58.65 + 0.39

* Ladies 100m butterfly final

After Léon Marchand’s incredible title, French swimming is once again in the spotlight with Marie Wattel. Arrived in Budapest among the favorites, she fully assumes her status and becomes vice world champion by improving her successful time during the Olympics.

1. HUSKE Torri USA 55.64

2. WATTEL Marie FRA 56.14 + 0.50

3.ZHANG Yufei CHN 56.41+0.77

* Men’s 50m butterfly final

1.DRESSEL Caeleb USA 22.57

2. ARAUJO DIAS back SANTOS Nicholas BRA 22.78 +0.21

3. ANDREW Michael USA 22.79 +0.22

* Final 200m medley ladies

1. WALSH Alex USA 2:07.13

2. McKEOWN Kaylee AUS 2:08.57 +1.44

3. HAYES Leah USA 2:08.91 +1.78 / Junior World Record

Monday, June 20

* Men’s 200m free final

1. POPOVICI David ROU 1:43.21 WJ / This 17-year-old Romanian prodigy, 4th at the Tokyo Olympics, sets a supersonic time and smashes his junior world record.

2. HWANG Sunwoo KOR 1:44.47 +1.26

3. DEAN Tom GBR 1:44.98 +1.77

* Ladies 1500m free final

1. LEDECKY Katie USA 15:30.15 / 17th world title for the American queen

2. GRIMES Katie USA 15:44.89

3. PALLISTER Lani AUS 15:48.96 1

* Ladies 100m backstroke final

1. SMITH Regan USA 58.22

2. MASS Kylie CAN 58.40

3. CURZAN Claire USA 58.67

Beautiful 5th place for the French Emma Terebo in 59’98

* Men’s 100m backstroke final

1. CECCON Thomas ITA 51.60 / Sensational race for the Italian who won the gold medal with the added bonus of a huge world record.

2. MURPHY Ryan USA 51.97

3. ARMSTRONG Hunter USA 51.98

Superb 4th place for Yohann Ndoye Brouard who finished in 52’50.

* Ladies’ 100m breaststroke final

1. PILATO Benedetta ITA 1:05.93

2. ELENDT Anna GER 1:05.98

3. MEILUTYTE Ruta LTU 1:06.02

Tuesday, June 21

* Men’s 800m free final

1. FINKE Bobby USA 7:39.36 AM / American Record

2. WELLBROCK Florian GER 7:39.63

3. ROMANCHUK Mykhailo UKR 7:40.05

* Ladies 200m free final

1.YANG Junxuan CHN 1:54.92

2. O’CALLAGHAN Mollie AUS 1:55.22

3. TANG Muhan CHN 1:56.25

Charlotte Bonnet ranks 6th in 1’57″24

* Men’s 200m butterfly final

1. MILAK Kristof HUN 1:50.34 / World Record

2. MARCHAND Leon FRA 1:53.37 / Two days after his world title, the new prodigy of French swimming is seeking a fabulous silver medal behind the untouchable Hungarian, all in an atmosphere of madness.

3. HONDA Tomoru JPN 1:53.61

* Men’s 50m breaststroke final

1. FINK Nic USA 26.45

2. MARTINENGHI Nicolo ITA 26.48

3. ANDREW Michael USA 26.72

* Mixed 4*100m medley relay final

1 4 USA – United States of America 3:38.79

ARMSTRONG Hunter, FINK Nic, HUSKE Torri, CURZAN Claire

2. AUS – Australia 3:41.34

McKEOWN Kaylee, STUBBLETY-COOK Zac, TEMPLE Matthew, JACK Shayna

3. NED – Netherlands 3:41.54

TOUSSAINT Kira, KAMMINGA Arno, KORSTANJE Nyls, STEENBERGEN Marrit

TO BE CONTINUED

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