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The Australian women's team overthrew the USA in the 2019 World Aquatics tournament

The Australian women's team overthrew the USA in the 2019 World Aquatics tournament

Titmus, Wilson, Throssell and McKeon brought about 4x200 m free gold to relay women to Australia in the finals in South Korea on July 25th.

Australian aquariums break the world record for 10 years in this content, with a record of 7 minutes 41.50 seconds. The old record belonged to the Chinese women's relay team, with 7 minutes 42.08 seconds, set when they attended the 2009 World Aquatics Championship in Rome, Italy.

Among the four Australian members who competed in Gwangju final in the 4x200m yesterday, young talent Ariarne Titmus started and finished the exam after a minute 54.27 seconds. The achievement of this 18-year-old athlete is 0.34 seconds faster than Katie Ledecky.

Ledecky - the American swimming star - with Simone Manuel, Katie McLaughlin and Melanie Margalis finishing after 7 minutes 41.87 seconds. That achievement is also higher than the old world record of the Chinese team, but only helped America win silver medals. HC copper belongs to Canada with seven minutes 44.35 seconds.

This is the second time Ledecky lost to Titmus in the tournament, after the 400m content freely. At that time, Titmus won gold medal after three minutes 58.76 seconds, better than Ledecky's achievement for a second.

Failure also caused America to break the rule in this content through four World Championships (2011, 2013, 2015, 2017). In it, Ledecky participated in three recent awards.

Emma McKeon also won the third gold relay in the tournament, after free 4x100 m content relay and 4x100 m mixed men's and women's relay.

With four gold medals, the Australian team rose to the second in the group of rich swimming achievements. They are only inferior to the US delegation.