Latvian swimmers take 24th place in the 200 meters freestyle and 28th place in the 100 meters freestyle at the World Championship

The best result was achieved by Australian Zek Stabletijs-Cook, for whom Bobrov lost 4.97 seconds. The 16 fastest swimmers will continue in the semifinals.

Meanwhile, Maluka finished in the freestyle in the 100-meter distance after 56.46 seconds.

In total, 63 athletes went to the start, 16 of which were better qualifiers for the semi-finals.

Molly O’Kalahane from Australia swam the fastest in the pre-race in the 100-meter freestyle, covering the distance in 53.49 seconds. Maluka was 2.97 seconds behind.

Latvia is represented at the World Championship by four swimmers – Maluka, Gabriela Nikitina, Ģirts Feldbergs and Bobrov. Latvian athletes have also applied for participation in the 4 × 100 meter combined and 4 × 100 meter freestyle relays for mixed teams.

The World Water Sports Championship will run until July 3.

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