Battery results. From 18.00 to Paltrinieri and Martinenghi for medals – OA Sport

Click here to update the live broadcast

General Medalist for World Swimming Championships (including art, bottom, diving and water polo)

Singles medalist at the World Swimming Championships

The results of the batteries in the morning

10.51: That’s it for now. Thanks for following us, it’s 6pm with the fourth round of finals and semi-finals and a lot of Italy still in the pool, looking for medals

10.50: Also in the semi-final is Alberto Razzetti, who in the afternoon will also play the 200 butterfly final, in the 200 medley where he will try to reach the final to play everything tomorrow.

10.49: In the 100 freestyle, Lorenzo Zazzeri was in the semi-finals for the eighth time and Alessandro Merisi was able to enter due to a broken cover, for the 16th time.

10.48: In 50 hits Silvia Scalia appeared in the semi-finals with the seventh time and has a good chance to attack the final.

10.47. Another Blue on Plain in this morning’s fourth of competitions at the Duna Arena. The Azzurri reached the final with the 7th time out of the mixed 4×100 mixed and this afternoon they could be in the pool with Ceccon, Martinenghi, Di Liddo and Di Pietro

10.45: These are the finalists for the mixed 4×4 race in the afternoon: USA, Netherlands, Great Britain, Australia, China, Japan, Italy and Germany

10.43: Italy in the final lightly! The United States won with a time of 3’43” 16, Great Britain won with a time of 3’43” 64, and third Australia won with a time of 3’44” 58

10.42: USA, Great Britain, Australia at 300m

10.40: Ai 200 Australia, Brazil, Latvia

10.39: To the 100 To the 100 USA, Australia, Germany

10.35: Italy fourth with 3’46” 44, risk of disqualification for the Blues, Holland win with 3’43” 48, China second with 3’44” 92, Japan third with 3’45” 08

10.34: Ai 300 Netherlands, Japan, China

10.33: 200th place, Greece, Netherlands, Japan, Italy 5th

10.31: Japan, China, Greece and Italy the first hundred. Lamberti is not unusual

10.29: South Korea disqualified, then Singapore won by battery, previously disqualified and re-entered, with a 3’54″ 28

10.26: South Korea win the second battery with 3’47 34. Soon Italy will be in the tank in the penultimate heat with the Netherlands, China, Japan and Canada

10.25: Midway II Korea, Singapore, Taipei

10.19: Hong Kong wins in the first round with a time of 3’54 28

10.15: The first batteries start from four mixed 4 x 100 batteries. In the third Italy with Lamberti, Castiglioni, Di Lido and Frigo

10.12: These are the semi-finalists of the 200 butterfly women: McIntosh, Flickinger, Hayashi, Dekkers, Smith, Zhang, Kapas, Bath, Mata Cocco, Stephens, Connor, Pudar, Zhu, Hosszu, Polonsky, Mizuguchi

10.11: Japan’s Hayashi wins third and final qualifying with a 2’08″ 63 ahead of Zhang with 2’09″ 21

10.07: Australian Deckers won second battery of 200 Butterflies with 2’08” 98 in front of American Smith with 2’09” 02, Hungarian Kapas third with 2’09” 24

10.04: Canadian McIntosh with a 2’07 26 wins the first battery of 200 butterflies as there is no blue at the start

9.59: These are the semi-finalists of the Mixed 200: Foster, Calisch, Desplanche, Seto, Polonski, Kos, Sats, Razetti, Marchand, Clareport, Cohen Groome, Lee, Turok, Dean, Wang, Gonzalez

9.58: Japan’s Seto closed with 1’58” 29 to win the last battery, according to South Africans with 1’58” 60, third France’s Marchand with 1’58” 71

9.54: Swiss Desplanches won the penultimate heat with 1’58” 29, second place for the Hungarian Kos with 1’58” 47, and third place for Australian Clareburt with 1’58” 76. Rzetti is already in the semi-finals

9.50: Razzetti is dominant in the third heat. He finished fourth at 1’58” 70, first for American Foster with 1’57” 94, second for American Kalisz with 1’58225, third for Israeli Polonsky with 1’58” 31

9.47: Singapore representative Ang wins second contest with 2’02″ 94. Now Razzetti is in third battery

9.44: First heat of the 200 mix goes to the Samoa representative with a 2’08″ 95. Bolivian Linz del Prado ruled out who won the battery

9.41: We start with the 200 men’s mixed race qualifiers. In a third out of five, there’s Razzetti: to beat the semi-finals with the least amount of energy possible

9.38: These are the semi-finalists of the 100 Freestyle: Popovici, Dressel, Barna, Lindo Edwards, Grost, Ban, Whittle, Zazzeri, Nemeth, Curry, Schroders, Carter, Szabo, Boras, Gaziyev, Merisi.

9.37: Dressel won Battery with 47″ 95, second Grousset with 48″ 17, third Pan with 48″ 19

9.36: Merisi snatches qualification for the 16th time

9.34 Great impression Roman Popovici closing with 47″ 60, ahead of the right, second place Serbian Barna with 48″ 15, third place Canadian Lindo Edwards with 48″ 16, fourth place Zazri who has already reached the semi-finals with 48 29, his character

9.31: It’s not last year’s Mercy. The submerged blue is not very bright and the third with 48 51. He will be in the semi-finals but he will not fight for the medals and reaching the final will already be successful. Curry wins at 48″ 38, second Boras at 48″ 49

9.29: A good time for a representative of Aruba Schreuders who won the seventh round by 48″ 40 and could be enough to beat the round. Now Alessandro Merisi

9.26: Uzbek Tarasenko wins 7th battery with 49 x 35

9.25: Crocs wins the sixth battery with a good 48″ 79 which puts him in the lead of the provisional standings

9.22: Georgian Kukhalashvili wins the 5th battery with 51 49 and climbs to the top of the standings

9.19: Nigerian Ebingha with a score of 51 53 wins the fourth battery of the 100th and moves to lead the provisional standings

9.16: The Palestinian doorman with 53 46 wins the third battery

9.15: Host from Suriname won the second battery out of 100 with 52 x 95

9.13: The first men’s 100th freestyle race goes to Mongolian Patbayar with 52 95

9.12: The start of the men’s 100 freestyle races. There are 11: in the third of the last Miressi, in the penultimate Zazzeri

9.09: Here is the list of semi-finalists from 50 backstrokes: Masse, Berkoff, Wilm, Smith, Pigree, Harris, Scalia, McKeown, Chen, De Waard, Jallow, Drakou, Toussaint, Kubova, lee, Peda

9.08: Canadian Diamond scored a best time with 27″ 26 and won in the last round, Canadian second Willem with 27″ 55, China’s third Chen with 27″ 95. Silvia Scalia in the semi-finals for the seventh time

9.05: Silvia Scalia gets close to the work team and holds the Italian record with 27″ 86 which saw her take third place and qualify for the semi-finals. First American Berkoff with 27” 49 ., second American Smith with 27” 70

9.03: The French Pigree with 27″ 75 wins the second battery, ahead of Britain’s Harris with 27″ 83, Australian McKeown third with 27″ 94. Now Sylvia Scalia

9.01: The first battery of the 50’s back goes to Bahrain representative Yousef Abdullah at 31″ 38

8.58: We start with the batteries for the 50 backstrokes

8.55: The mixed relay formula that will attempt to win a place in the final has been launched: Lamberti, Castiglioni, Di Lido and Frigo.

8.53: There will be no blue at the start of 200 butterfly batteries.

8.51: Alberto Razzetti will try to qualify for the 200 butterfly final, but the 200 butterfly final, scheduled for this afternoon, could cause him a lot of problems.

8.49: The adventure begins in the 100 freestyle for Alessandro Merisi, who didn’t appear in the best of conditions at the launch of the freestyle relay, and Lorenzo Zazzeri, albeit in good shape, in the fired segment.

8.47: On the morning of 9 we start with 50 backstroke batteries as Silvia Scalia has what it takes to try to attack her first world final, and she definitely won’t have any problems beating the first round and getting back to racing in the semi-finals afternoon.

8.44: In the afternoon, for now, the Azzurri have won five places in the final: Paltrinieri and Detti in the 800, Martinini and Chirasolo in the 50 breaststroke, and Razzetti in the 200 butterfly.

8.41: On the heels of a historic day for the new but in general for Italian sport, Italy in the pool doesn’t want to stop and today another full day is scheduled for the Azzurri Expedition to Budapest

8.38: Good morning OA Sport friends and welcome to the live broadcast of the fourth day of the 2022 World Championships at Long Track Swimming at the Duna Arena in Budapest

Program, schedules, TV and live broadcasts for June 21 at the World Swimming Championships in BudapestWomen’s favorite raceMen’s Race Favorites – Budapest World Cup Program – Italy’s Medal Hopes in Budapest – Day 3 Proceedings – Day 3 Report Cards – Medal Table for Budapest 2022 World Cup – Presentation Day 4 – All Italian World Champions – For Italy, it started The World Swimming Power, The Age Of Martinini And Pilato – Benedetta Pilato: Finally the Hundred Chest Blow! – Thomas Ciccone: Consecration of a Champion

Hello and welcome to LIVE LIVE for the fourth day of the 2022 World Championships long track swimming competitions at the Duna Arena in Budapest. Lasts Under the banner of blue victories The first big event of the year, 2022, which promises to be full of international swimming events and again The Italian team confirms itself among the great champions at the world level with many prestigious results and an extraordinary second place in the medal table.

It starts at 9.00 Italian time With the morning of the fourth day of rising temperatures: in the afternoon 50 Silvia Scalia has what it takes to try and break into her first World Final, He certainly won’t have any trouble getting past the first round and heading back to the semi-finals in the afternoon. Alessandro Merisi’s adventure begins in the 100 Freestyle, He wasn’t in the best shape when firing the freestyle rapid succession, and Lorenzo Zazzeri, on the other hand, is in great shape in a fired break. Alberto Razzetti will try to qualify for the 200 medley final But the 200 butterfly final can create many problems for him, while There will be no blue at the start of 200 butterfly battery.

In the afternoon it is scheduled The men’s 800 freestyle finals with Paltrinieri and Detti trying to re-emerge on the great double podium of 2017 but competing at the highest level with Romanchuk, Finke and Wellbrock. Also on the hunt for Niccol Martinini’s appearance in the 50th breaststroke final. Varese player is the number one favorite but he should pay attention to specialist Michael Andrew, other American Fink. In the final there too Simon Cerasolo, In his first world championship and immediately among the top eight of the fastest breaststroke races. Finally, there’s Alberto Razzetti at the start of a complex final for the 200 butterfly race, Where on paper there is a struggle for silver behind the very favorite Hungarian Milak.

Italy can also enter the fight for medals in a mixed 4 x 100 in which you need to find the second competing woman. Martinenghi in breaststroke, Ceccon in backstroke and Di Liddo in butterfly could be the three qualifying candidates But Italy no longer has a free Pellegrini and risks falling into the final It will be up to Putini’s training to find a reasonable solution To bring the Azure closer to the podium. He said, Against Australia, USA and Great Britain it is very difficult to fight in this discipline but also take care of China, Japan and Holland. The Women’s 200 Freestyle Final: It has been decided who will replace Federica Pellegrini, who has been world champion since 2017. Absent Lydecky, Hoogee and Titmus, Oleksiak ineligible, anything can happen.

Brought to you by OA Sport life life The fourth day of the 2022 World Championships in long swimming at the Dona Arena in Budapest: Real-time news and constant updates. It starts at 9.00 with the qualifiers and continues at 18.00 with the semi-finals and final. Good fun!

Leave a Comment