Olympic champions ensure Russia win all titles its contested artistic swimming events in Budapest. Divers Beliaeva/Timoshinina secure gold in women's synchro 10m platform, while Kuznetsov captured the men's 3m springboard.
It was a banner day for team Russia at the European Aquatics Championships.
Russian artistic swimmers ensured a clean sweep in all the events the team contested in Budapest with victories in the duet free and mixed duet free finals on Friday (14 May). Later in the evening, Russian divers captured gold in both women's synchro and the men's springboard.
In artistic swimming, Svetlana Kolesnichenko and Svetlana Romashina clinched victory with the duet free with a score of 97.9000. The pair, who earlier this week won the duet technical and team technical event, picked up their third title of the meet.
The reigning Olympic champions in the team event, had a difficulty quotient of 29.6000 which was over a point higher than the other 11 pairs. They were also on top with execution marks of 29.1000 and 39.2000 for artistic impression.
Ukraine's Marta Fiedina and Anastasiya Savchuk finished 3.5667 behind to claim second place with an overall score of 94.3333 while Austrian sisters Anna Maria and Eirini Alexandri were third with a score of 90.8667 points. The results were an exact replica of the podium from Thursday's duet technical final.
Mixed Duet Free - Russia complete their clean sweep
Aleksandr Maltsev and Olesia Platonova ensured Russia's clean sweep of all titles contested in artistic swimming when they comfortably won the mixed duet free event.
The duo were over seven points clear of nearest rivals and took the title with a score of 93.9333 points.
Maltsev has won three world titles in this event with three different partners. For this routine in Budapest with Platonova, their difficulty quotient was 27.9000, for which they scored 28.3000 for execution and 27.7333 for artistic impression.
Spain's Emma Garcia Garcia and Pau Ribes Culla added another silver to their names by finishing second with a score of 86.5333 points. The duo also finished behind Maltsev and his partner Mayya Gurbanberdieva in the mixed duet technical final on Monday.
Italy's Nicolo Ogliari and Isotta Sportelli were third with a score of 81.8667 points, their second bronze as a pair in Hungary.
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Diving: More gold for Russia in women's synchro 10m platform
In the evening session for diving, Russia saw continued success as Ekaterina Beliaeva and Iuliia Timoshinina teamed up to win the women's synchronised 10m platform, scoring a 307.44.
They were 17 points ahead of second-place team Eden Cheng and Lois Toulson of Great Britain, who slipped into the silver medal position thanks to a poor final dive for Ukraine's Kseniia Bailo and Sofiia Lyskun.
Bailo and Lyskun actually led the final through the first four dives, opening up a six-point lead heading into the final dive. Their 46.08 for an inward three and a half somersault tuck was well south of the more than 70 points earned by the top teams.
Beliaeva and Timoshinina won their first European title together, having captured silver in 2018 in this same event, and bronze in 2019.
Timoshinina had won silver in the individual 10m platform on Thursday (13 May).
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Kuznetsov wins men's 3m springboard
The day was capped off with Evgenii Kuznetsov's triumph in the men's 3m springboard final, a 20-point margin over compatriot Nikita Shleikher, 525.20 points to 505.20.
Martin Wolfram of Germany secured the bronze with a 484.65.
Kuznetsov delivered his two biggest scores of the day on his final two dives, a 94.50 and 102.60 vaulting him safely into the lead. It's a third gold for Kuznetsov in the event at Euros, having won the title in 2016 and 2019. Kuznetsov is the silver medallist from London 2012 in the synchro 3m springboard, teaming up with Ilya Zakharov.
Germany's Patrick Hausding, winner of 15 Euro golds, was ninth in the 3m springboard, having won this event in 2010, 2011 and 2014. Meanwhile, Team GB's Jack Laugher finished in sixth place.