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Diving, Day 2: China repeats history; Korea makes history

Making or repeating history. That could easily be the motto of the second day of the diving competition at the 18th FINA World Championships in Gwangju (KOR), the first one however with finals of the programme. From the side of the nations for which everything seems unchanged, China was once more the powerhouse to beat in the three finals of this Saturday. And the Asian representatives did not disappoint, winning all the three titles at stake.

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Artistic Swimming, Day 2: Favourite Kolesnichenko (RUS) claims gold

The Artistic Swimming competition at FINA World Championships taking place in the Yeomju Gymnasium commenced with the finals for the Technical Solo event this evening in Gwangju, Korea. After yesterday’s preliminary round which saw 28 soloists competing, the top twelve athletes qualified for tonight’s final. Heavy favourite and reigning world champion Russia’s Svetlana Kolesnichenko continued her dominance in the Artistic Swimming world by earning 95.0023 points to claim the gold medal.  

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Beach water polo makes its debut in Gwangju

Gwangju, South Korea, July 13.— Differing styles, the struggle with converting from seven a side to four a side, made for some interesting matches of the opening day of the FINA World Championship beach water polo tournament at the Nambu University Grounds in Gwangju.

Beach water polo — without the beach, sand and surf.

However, teams were making waves as they enjoyed the free-flowing style, the smaller goals, the shorter and narrower pitch without the single referee breathing down their necks.

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USA chasing further glory in women's water polo

Gwangju, South Korea.— The United States of American juggernaut will continue at the FINA World Championships women's water polo competition starting at the Nambu University Grounds on Sunday, July 14.

There is little doubt Adam Krikorian's team, that has swept all the major titles open to it, will be near the top, if not on top, as usual. It takes a hearty team to take it up to the North Americans and follow through until the final whistle.

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13Jul2019

OWS, Day 1: First Gwangju 2019 gold goes to Rasovszky (HUN)

Twenty-two year old Kristov Rasovszky of Hungary swam to an easy victory in the men's 5km open water race claiming his first gold medal in Open Water events at the FINA World Championships. Logan Fontaine of France claimed the silver medal and Eric Hedlin of Canada was touched out by the French swimmer, earning the bronze medal.

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