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Canada's McIntosh breaks world junior record at FINA Worlds

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Summer Mcintosh of Canada in action during the women's 200m butterfly final at the 19th FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungary on June 22, 2022. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)

Canada's teenager Summer McIntosh set a new world junior record in the women's 200m butterfly race, while Romanian swimmer David Popovici stormed to the men's 100m freestyle gold on the fifth day of the 19th FINA World Championships.

BUDAPEST, June 22 (Xinhua) -- Canada's Summer McIntosh set a new world junior record in the women's 200m butterfly race on the fifth day of the 19th FINA World Championships here on Wednesday.

15-year-old McIntosh touched the wall first in a time of two minutes and 5.20 seconds, breaking the previous world junior record of 2:05.79 she had set on Tuesday. American Hali Flickinger took second place in 2:06.08, followed by China's Olympic champion Zhang Yufei in 2:06.32.

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Gold medalist Summer Mcintosh (C) of Canada, silver medalist Hali Flickinger (L) of the United States and bronze medalist Zhang Yufei of China pose with their medals during the awarding ceremony of the Women's 200m Butterfly Final at the Budapest 2022 FINA World Championships at Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary, June 22, 2022. (Xinhua/Li Ying)

In the men's 100m freestyle, the gold went to Romanian swimmer David Popovici, who swam the distance in 47.58 seconds.  The silver medal went to Frenchman Maxime Grousset who finished 47.64 while the bronze was won by Joshua Liendo Edwards of Canada, 47.71, who beat China's Pan Zhanle by a split hair (47.79).

Canada's Kylie Masse won the women's 50m backstroke by 27.31, surpassing Katharine Berkoff of the United States in 27.39 and France's Analia Pigree in 27.40.

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Leon Marchand of France in action during the men's 200m individual medley final, June 22, 2022. (Xinhua/Zheng Huansong)

In the men's 200m medley, a French-American battle was fought for the gold, which ended with a victory for France. Leon Marchand swam in 1:55.22, while Carson Foster clocked 1:55.71 for second place. The bronze medal went to Seto Daiya of Japan in 1:56.22.

The United States pocketed the gold medals in the women's 4x200 freestyle relay with a time of 7:41.45, a new championship record, followed closely by Australia in 7:43.86 and Canada in 7:44.76. Chinese swimmers missed the bronze by less than a second, as they came in fourth with a time of 7:45.72.

In artistic swimming, the women solo free final ended with victory for Japan's Inui Yukiko, who got a total of 95.3667 points. Ukraine's Marta Fiedina got silver with 93.8000 points and Greek athlete Evangelia Platanioti took the bronze medal with 91.7667. 

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