The Ukrainians were dominant at the European Championships in artistic swimming, winning eight out of a possible 12 gold medals.
Yukiko Inui won Japan’s first-ever gold World Championship medal in a solo event on Saturday. China and Japan lead the medal table after day 5 of competition
Russia has so far collected 11 gold, 4 silver, and 5 silver medals and lead the team standings heading into the pool swimming portion.
A total of 15 medals saw Russia coming away with the highest tally as the artistic swimming leg of the European Championships comes to a close
The Ukraine won seven of 10 gold medals at the 2019 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final in Budapest. Canada won the title for most overall points.
The Ukraine largely dominated the 2019 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final in Budapest (HUN), earning 7 gold out of the 10 titles at stake.
Action in the pool was intense this weekend, with two legs of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series in Quebec City (CAN), from May 30-Junie 1, and in Barcelona (ESP), from May 31-June 2.
The second day of the LEN Artistic Swimming Champions Cup saw a power demonstration from the host Russians as they clinched all three titles and added a bronze since both of their duets made the podium.
For a bit of surprise, only one of the two titles on offer on the opening day stayed at home at the LEN Artistic (Synchronized) Swimming Champions Cup in St. Petersburg. The Russians won the Team Technical but Spain bettered them in the Highlights events.
The team of Ukraine was in excellent shape in the second leg of the 2019 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series, by earning five gold medals in Alexandroupolis (GRE) on April 5-7.