Rus News Journal

The World championship on water sports in Rome

Swimming

Women

the Back, 200 m. 1. Kirsti Coventry (Zimbabwe) - 2. 04,81 - a world record (the previous record - 2. 05,24 - has been established by it on August, 16th, 2008 in Beijing). 2. Anastas Zueva (Russia) - 2. 04,94. 3. Elizabeth Bejzel (USA) - 2. 06,39.

Butterfly stroke, 50 m. 1/ 2 endings. 1. Tereza Alshammar (Sweden) - 25,07 - a world record (the previous record - 25,33 - has been established by Marlene Feldhejs (Holland) on April, 19th, 2009 in Amsterdam). the Ending. 1. Marika Gjurer (Australia) - 25,48. 2. Chzhou Jafej (China) - 25,57. 3. Ingvild Snildal (Norway) - 25,58.

the Freestyle, 100 m. 1. Britta Shteffen (Germany) - 52,07 - a world record (the previous record - 52,22 - has been established by it on July, 26th, 2009 in Rome). 2. Fransiska Helsoll (Great Britain) - 52,87. 3. Lizbet Trikett (Australia) - 52,93.

the Breast stroke, 200 m. 1. Nadja Higl (Serbia) - 2. 21,62. 2. Annamej Pers (Canada) - 2. 21,84. 3. Mirna Jukich (Austria) - 2. 21,97.

the Freestyle, 800 m. 1. Lotte Frijs (Denmark) - 8. 15,92. 2. Dzhoann Jackson (Great Britain) - 8:16,66. 3. Alessija Filippi (Italy) - 8. 17,21.

the Breast stroke, 50 m. 1. Julia Yefimov (Russia) - 30,09 - a world record (the previous record - 30,23 - has been established by Amanda Rizon (Canada) on July, 8th, 2009 in Montreal). 2. Rebekka sleepyheads (USA) - 30,11. 3. Sara Katsulis (Australia) - 30,16.

the Freestyle, 50 m. 1. Britta Shteffen (Germany) - 23,73 - a world record (the previous record - 23,96 - has been established by Marlene Feldhejs on April, 19th, 2009 in Amsterdam). 2. Tereza Alshammar (Sweden) - 23,88. 3. Kate Campbell (Australia) and Marlene Feldhejs (Holland) - 23,99.

the Complex, 400 m. 1. Katinka Hossu (Hungary) - 4. 30,31. 2. Kirsti Coventry (Zimbabwe) - 4. 32,12. 3. Stephanie Rice (Australia) - 4. 32,29.

the Combined relay race, 4100 m. 1. China (Chzhao the Jing, Chang Huetszja, Tszjao Ljujan, Whether Chzhesi) - 3. 52,19 - a world record (the previous record - 3:52,69 - has been established by a command of Australia on August, 17th, 2008 in Beijing). 2. Australia - 3. 52,58. 3. Germany - 3. 55,79.

Men

the Back, 50 m. 1. Lajam Tenkok (Great Britain) - 24,04 - a world record (the previous record - 24,08 - has been established by it on August, 1st in 1/ 2 endings). 2. Dzjunija Koga (Japan) - 24,24. 3. Gerhard Zandberg (republic of South Africa) - 24,34.

the Back, 200 m. 1. Aron Pirsol (USA) - 1. 51,92 - a world record (the previous record - 1. 53,08 - has been established by it on July, 11th, 2009 in Indianapolis). 2. Rjuosue Irie (Japan) - 1. 52,51. 3. Rajan Lohti (USA) - 1. 53,82. 4. Arcady Vjatchanin - 1. 54,75... 6. Stanislav Donets (both is Russia) - 1. 55,36.

the Freestyle, 50 m. 1. Sezar Selu Filju (Brazil) - 21,08. 2. Frederik Buske - 21,21. 3. Amori it is left (both is France) - 21,25.

Butterfly stroke, 100 m. 1. Michael Felps (USA) - 49,82 - a world record (the previous record - 50,01 - has been established by Miloradom Kavichem on July, 31st in 1/ 2 endings). 2. Milorad Kavich (Serbia) - 49,95. 3. Raphael Munos (Spain) - 50,41.

the Breast stroke, 200 m. 1. Daniel Djurta (Hungary) - 2. 07,64. 2. Eric Shanto (USA) - 2. 07,65. 3. Gidrus Titenis (Lithuania) and Christian Sprenger (Australia) - 2. 07,80.

the Complex, 400 m. 1. Rajan Lohti - 4. 07,01. 2. Scott Tyler Kleri (they are the USA) - 4. 07,31. 3. Laslo the Czech (Hungary) - 4. 07,37.

the Freestyle, 1500 m. 1. Ussama Melluli (Tunis) - 14. 37,28. 2. Rajan Kochran (Canada) - 14. 41,38. 3. Put Jan (China) - 14. 46,84.

the Freestyle, relay race 4200 m. 1. The USA (Michael Felps, Riki Berens, David Uolters, Rajan Lohti) - 6. 58,55 - a world record (the previous record - 6:58,56 - has been established by a team of the USA on August, 13th, 2008). 2. Russia (Nikita Lobintsev, Michael Polischuk, Daniel Izotov, Alexander Sukhorukov) - 6. 59,15. 3. Australia - 7. 01,65.

the Complex, 4100 m. 1. The USA (Aron Pirsol, Eric Shanto, Michael Felps, David Uolters) - 3. 27,28 - a world record (the previous record - 3. 29,34 - has been established by a team of the USA on August, 17th, 2008 in Beijing). 2. Germany - 3. 28,58. 3. Australia - 3. 28,64. 6. Russia (Arcady Vjatchanin, Grigory Falko, Evgenie Korotyshkin, Andrey Grechin) - 3. 30,60.

Water polo

Women

the Ending. the USA - Canada 7:6. the Match for 3 - e a place. Russia - Greece 10:9.

Men

the Ending. Serbia - Spain 7:7 (a penalty series - 7:6). the Match for 3 - e a place. Croatia - the USA 8:6.