Spanish couple Alisa Ozhogina and Iris Tio This Thursday, she placed fifth in the artistic freestyle duet final of the World Swimming Championships held in Budapest, where the Chinese, Ukrainian and Austrian teams featured on the podium.

to flamenco rhythm, Alisa OzoginaSevillian and Barcelona of Russian descent Iris Tio Italians finished fourth with 90.6667 points and fifth with 0.6666 points Linda Cerruti and Costanza Ferro 2,1333 Austrian sisters already Ana-Maria and Eirini Alexandri (92,800) occupied the third rung of the podium. The Spanish duo finished fifth in Tuesday’s qualifying rounds and this Thursday they met their goal of reaching or even exceeding 90 points.

chinese twins Liuyi and Qianyi Wang The Ukrainian sisters hung the gold medal with 95.5667 points, 1.4000 more than the silver medalists. Matyna and Vladyslava Alexiva (94.1667).

In the morning, the Spanish team finished the modality’s qualifying round in third place. ’emphasize’behind Ukraine and Italy, only three-tenths of it separates him. Ukrainians stood out with 94.2333, followed by Italians with 91.6667 and Spaniards with 91.3667. This modality was included in the World Championships in the 2019 edition and offers swimmers more freedom to combine artistic elements.

“We can get back that three-tenths and more in the final,” the swimmer said. Paula Ramirez According to the Spanish Federation.

water polo exhibition

The men’s water polo team defeated their opponent in their second match and ended their second match with another win. South Africa 28-2 and Group C lead at Sopron and direct access to quarterfinals this Saturday ItalyThe match against Canada, scheduled for tonight, has been suspended due to several positives for covid-19 in the North American team and it is still unknown how FINA will resolve this. Alvaro Granados He led the Spanish team to attack with 6 goals.

18-year-old Australian while swimming in the lap Mollie O’Callaghan won the final of 100 freestyle (52.80), beating the Swedish woman in the second hand Sarah Sjostrom (52.80) and American torri huke (52.92). In 200 breaststrokes, the victory went to the Americans lily king (2.22.41) defeated the Austrian Jenna Strauch (2.23.04) and to America Kate Douglas (2.23.20).