World Swimming Championships in Budapest 2022, where to see them on TV today: timetables and results – Corriere.it

from Arianna Ravelli, sent to Budapest

Today the queen race of the 100 is scheduled, without the Cannibal Dressel, with the new 17-year-old phenomenon Popovici and Miressi hoping for a medal

A Tuesday in chiaroscuro with the disappointment of Paltrinieri in the 800s and the silver of Martinenghi in the 50 frogs, and a Wednesday that revolved around Alessandro Miressi: our spearhead of speed (gold at the World Championships in short course in December in Abu Dhabi and silver at the European Championships a year ago here in Budapest) is a bit lost and he finished eighth the final of the 100 style defected from Dressel officially influenced and with the new Popovici phenomenon (17 years old) on the shields. In the meantime, nothing to do in the morning for debs Chiara Tarantino and Michele Lamberti who in the 100 women’s style and in the 200 backstroke did not go beyond the 21st time and were eliminated. The gold of the 200 butterflies is remarkable by 16-year-old Canadian McIntosh.

Where to see the races

All the races will be live on free-to-air TV on Rai: the heats on Raisport, the afternoon finals on RaiDue. Streaming on Rai Play. The Azzurri in the race are 29, in Gwangju in 2019 the spoils were 8 medals: 3 golds, 2 silvers, 3 bronzes.

Schedule and results

Wednesday 22nd June

Battery (9.00-11.45)

100 freestyle women

1. O ‘Callaghan (Aus) 53”48
21. Chiara Tarantino 55”30 eliminated
200 back men

1. Houses (Use) 1’56”66
21. Michele Lamberti 2’00 ” 92 eliminated
200 breaststroke women

1. Kesely Wog (Can) 2’24”37
7. Francesca Fangio 2’25 ”70 qualified in the semifinal
200 breaststroke men

No Italian
1. Zac Stubblety-Cook (Aus) 2’09″09
2. Caspar Raven (Ola) 2’09″15
3. Charlie Swanson (Usa) 2’09″36
4×200 freestyle women

Italy not registered
1. Australia 7’47″61
2. China 7’49 “08
3. Usa 7’49″25

Final (18.00-20.15)

Women’s 200 butterfly – Final

1. McIntosh (Can) 2’05”20 (junior world record)
2. Flickinger 2’06’’08
3. Zhang (Cin) 2’06”32
Women’s 100 Freestyle – Semi Final

1. O’ Callaghan 52’’85
2. Sjoestroem (All) 53”02
2. Huske (Usa) 53”04
Men’s 100 Freestyle – Final

1. Popovici (Rom) 47”58
2.Grousset (Fra) 47”64
3. Liendo (Can) 47”71
8. Miressi 48”31
50 back women – Final

1. Masse (Can) 27”31
2. Berkoff (Usa) 27”39
3. Pigree (Fra) 27 ”40
200 breaststroke men – semifinals

1. Zac Stubblety-Cook (Aus) 2’06”72
no Italian
Men’s 200 medley – Final

1. Marchand (Fra) 1’55 ”22
2. Foster (Usa) 1’55 ”71
3. Seto (Gia) 1’56 ”22
no Italian
Women’s 200 breaststroke – semi-finals

1st shrub (Aus) 2’22”22
8. Francesca Fangio 2’25 ”09 qualified for the final
Men’s 200 backstroke – semi-finals

1. Murphy (Usa) 1’55”43
no Italian
4200 freestyle women – Final

1. United States 7’41 ”45
2. Australia 7’43”86
3. Canada 7’44”76
Italy not registered

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June 22, 2022 (change June 22, 2022 | 21:22)

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