Recap Day 17 #FINABudapest2017

The last day of the 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest ended with two new World Records, both from US swimmers. Lilly King was associated to these achievements, with her 50m breast global mark of 29.40, and then as member of the North American quartet establishing a new world standard (3:51.55) in the women’s 4x100m medley relay. Farida Osman became the first African female to earn a medal — and the only Egyptian ever to medal in a world championship meet. She came in third in the 50m butterfly, in 25.39.


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