Synchro finished up on Sunday and Russia won yet another gold, with China also finishing on top of the podium.
Check out a recap of the penultimate day in synchronized swimming at the 2017 World Championships.
Italy upset Russia in synchronized swimming on day 4 in Budapest.
The Russian synchronized swimmers continued to shine on day 2 at the 2017 World Championships.
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First ever Mixed Duet Free, Bill May (USA), after winning the first ever Mixed Gold in the Technical, settles for Silver in the Free, with Kristina Lum-Underwood, just .2666 behind the Russians.
May and Lum Underwood lead Russia duo; U.S. women’s duet in 11th place; Team USA in 12th in team free prelim
The U.S. duo of Bill May and Christina Jones won gold Sunday in the first-ever mixed duet technical event at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
The U.S. duo of Bill May (Cicero, N.Y.) and Christina Jones won gold Sunday in the first-ever mixed duet technical event at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
May, once barred from competing at international events because of his gender, and former Olympians Christina Jones and Kristina Lum Underwood are USA Synchro’s official selections for the inaugural mixed duet at the World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
From left: Christina Jones, Sue Johnson (National Scoring Chair) and Bill May
A two-time USA Synchronized Swimming Athlete of the Year, May finally will be able to pursue a world championship years after he gave up competitive synchro.