FINA World Championships Budapest 2022: Swimming results, day five

Discover the full results from the five swimming finals on 22 June at the Budapest 2022 World Championships.

By Olympics.com
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Canada's Summer McIntosh set two new world junior records on the fifth night of swimming finals at the 19th FINA World Championships Budapest 2022.

She won a gold and a bronze on a successful evening for the Canadians, who also picked up another gold through Kylie Masse and another bronze through Joshua Liendo Edwards.

David Popovici of Romania and Leon Marchand of France each completed doubles in their respective strokes – Popovici over the 100 and 200 free and Marchand in the 200 and 400 IM – while the USA won the women's 4x200m free relay.

Find full results from the five finals below.

Women's 200m butterfly final results

  1. Summer McIntosh (CAN), 2:05.20, world junior record, world champion
  2. Hali Flickinger (USA), 2:06.08, silver medallist
  3. Zhang Yufei (CHN), 2:06.32, bronze medallist
  4. Regan Smith (USA), 2:06.79
  5. Elizabeth Dekkers (AUS), 2:07.01
  6. Lana Pudar (BIH), 2:07.85
  7. Helena Bach (DEN) and Boglarka Kapas (HUN), 2:08.12 (tied)

Men's 100m freestyle final results

  1. David Popovici (ROU), 47.58, world champion
  2. Maxime Grousset (FRA), 47.64, silver medallist
  3. Joshua Liendo Edwards (CAN), 47.71, bronze medallist
  4. Pan Zhanle (CHN), 47.79
  5. Brooks Curry (USA), 48.00
  6. Nandor Nemeth (HUN), 48.13
  7. Lewis Burras (GBR), 48.23
  8. Alessandro Miressi (ITA), 48.31

Women's 50m backstroke final results

  1. Kylie Masse (CAN), 27.31, world champion
  2. Katharine Berkoff (USA), 27.39, silver medallist
  3. Analia Pigree (FRA), 27.40, bronze medallist
  4. Ingrid Wilm (CAN), 27.43
  5. Regan Smith (USA) and Kaylee McKeown (AUS), 27.47 (tied)
  6. tie for 5th
  7. Medi Harris (GBR), 27.72
  8. Kira Toussaint (NED), 27.80

Men's 200m individual medley final results

  1. Leon Marchand (FRA), 1:55.22, world champion
  2. Carson Foster (USA), 1:55.71, silver medallist
  3. Seto Daiya (JPN), 1:56.22, bronze medallist
  4. Chase Kalisz (USA), 1:56.43
  5. Tom Dean (GBR), 1:56.77
  6. Hubert Kos (HUN), 1:57.26
  7. Lewis Clareburt (NZL), 1:58.11
  8. Matthew Sates (RSA), 1:58.27

Women's 4x200m freestyle relay final results

  1. United States of America, 7:41.45, Championship record, world champion
  2. Australia, 7:43.86, silver medallist
  3. Canada, 7:44.76, bronze medallist (Summer McIntosh set a new 200m freestyle world junior record on the first leg at 1:54.79)
  4. China, 7:45.72
  5. Hungary, 7:57.90
  6. Brazil, 7:58.38
  7. New Zealand, 7:59.08
  8. Japan, 8:00.03

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