At the world championships in Doha, Nicolò Martinenghi, an Italian swimmer, has secured the silver medal in the 100m breaststroke event. He finished with a time of 58″84, just behind the American swimmer Nic Fink who won the gold medal with a time of 58″57. The bronze medal went to the British Adam Peaty who finished in 59″10. This is Martinenghi’s third consecutive podium finish in this particular event at the World Championships.
Michele Lamberti fails to advance to the finals in the 100 backstroke
In the men’s 100 backstroke semifinals at the Doha world championships, Michele Lamberti was unable to progress to the final round. The Italian swimmer recorded the eleventh time of 53″89, failing to make it to the top eight that qualify for the finals. The American swimmer Hunter Armstrong was the fastest in the semifinals, finishing in 53″02.
Francesca Pasquino fails to advance in the 100 backstroke
Italian swimmer Francesca Pasquino was eliminated in the semifinals of the 100 backstroke at the World Championships in Doha. Pasquino was the last one to finish her semifinal, recording a time of 1’01″68. The fastest time in the semifinal was achieved by the American Claire Curzan who finished in 58″73.
Portuguese swimmer Matos Ribeiro wins the 50 butterfly
In a surprising turn of events, Portuguese swimmer Diogo Matos Ribeiro won the gold medal in the 50m butterfly at the world championships in Doha. Ribeiro won with a time of 22″97, followed by the American Michael Andrew (23″07) and the Australian Cameron McEvoy (23″08) who secured the silver and bronze medals respectively.
German swimmer Angelina Kohler wins the 100 butterfly
Angelina Kohler, a German swimmer, bagged the gold medal in the 100 butterfly event at the world championships in Doha. She finished with a time of 56″28, ahead of the American Claire Curzan (56″61) and the Swede Louise Hansson (56″94) who won the silver and bronze medals respectively.