Nicolò Martinenghi silver in the 100m breaststroke at the World Swimming Championships

Nicolò Martinenghi wins the silver medal in the 100m breaststroke at the world championships in Doha. The Lombard touches in 58″84 behind the American Nic Fink, winner in 58″57. Bronze to the British Adam Peaty (59″10). For the Italian it is the third consecutive podium in this distance at the World Championships.

Lamberti eliminated in the semifinals in the 100 backstroke

Michele Lamberti exits the scene in the semifinals in the 100 backstroke at the Doha world championships. The blue achieved the eleventh time in 53″89, remaining outside the best eight who reached the final. The fastest was the American Hunter Armstrong in 53″02.

Pasquino out in the semifinals in the 100 backstroke

Francesca Pasquino exits the scene in the semifinals in the 100 backstroke at the World Championships in Doha. The Italian is eighth and last in her semifinal with a time of 1’01″68. The fastest in the semifinal is the American Claire Curzan in 58″73.

Portuguese Matos Ribeiro wins the 50 butterfly

Diogo Matos Ribeiro surprisingly wins the gold medal in the 50m butterfly at the world championships in Doha. The Portuguese won with a time of 22″97 ahead of the American Michael Andrew (23″07) and the Australian Cameron McEvoy (23″08).

German Kohler wins the 100 butterfly

Angelina Kohler wins the gold medal in the 100 butterfly at the world championships in Doha. The German touches in 56″28 ahead of the American Claire Curzan (56″61) and the Swede Louise Hansson (56″94).

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