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Léon Marchand, results… The program


SWIMMING. Continuation of the swimming world championships this Tuesday, June 21 with new chances of medals for Léon Marchand.

Big program this Tuesday, June 21 for the world swimming championships in Budapest. We will once again follow the exploits of Léon Marchand, world champion in the 400m medley, notably involved in the 200m butterfly final with the ambition of winning the medal after his French record in the semi-finals. We will also follow the men’s semi-finals of the 100m freestyle with the Frenchman Maxime Grousset. “I don’t arrive with a status but things to prove. I can’t say that I’m going to get a medal, just that I really want it and do everything to get it” he explained.

Among the women, Charlotte Bonnet will be aiming for a medal and again the most beautiful in the 200m freestyle. “”I’m really happy, I don’t feel in great shape, I don’t have a crazy margin, but I’m very happy“said the swimmer after her race at the microphone of France Télévisions. “It’s far from my best time, but it doesn’t matter, I wanted to make the final and not regret anything, it’s done!

Where are the World Swimming Championships held?

For the second time in history, the swimming world championships will be held in the capital of Hungary, Budapest.

What is the program for the World Swimming Championships?

Here is the full schedule of events with dates. Note that all finals will start at 6 p.m. from the Budapest swimming pool.

21st of June

  • Series and semi-finals: women’s 50m backstroke, men’s 100m freestyle, men’s 200m medley, women’s 200m butterfly.
  • Heats and final: 4x100m mixed medley relay
  • Finals: 800m freestyle men, 200m freestyle women, 200m butterfly men, 50m breaststroke men.

June 22

  • Heats and semi-finals: women’s 100m freestyle, men’s 200m backstroke, women’s 200m breaststroke, men’s 200m breaststroke.
  • Heats and final: 4x200m freestyle women.
  • Finals: women’s 200m butterfly, men’s 100m freestyle, women’s 50m backstroke, men’s 200m medley.

June 23

  • Heats and semi-finals: men’s 100m butterfly, women’s 200m backstroke, men’s 50m freestyle, women’s 50m butterfly.
  • Heats and final: men’s 4x200m freestyle relay.
  • Finals: women’s 100m freestyle, women’s 200m breaststroke, men’s 200m backstroke, men’s 200m breaststroke.

June 24

  • Series and semi-finals: women’s 50m freestyle, men’s 50m backstroke, women’s 50m breaststroke.
  • Heats and final: mixed 4x100m freestyle relay
  • Finals: Women’s 50m butterfly, Men’s 50m freestyle, Men’s 100m butterfly, Women’s 200m backstroke, Women’s 800m freestyle.

June 25

  • Heats and final: women’s 400m medley, men’s 4x100m medley relay, women’s 4x100m medley relay.
  • Finals: Men’s 50m backstroke, Women’s 50m breaststroke, Men’s 1,500m freestyle, Women’s 50m freestyle.

What are the results of the swimming world championships?

Women

  • 400m freestyle: Gold: Katie Ledecky / Silver: Summer McIntosh / bronze: Leah Smith
  • 100m butterfly: Gold: Torri Huske / Silver: Marie Wattel / Bronze: Yufei Zhang
  • 200m medley: Gold: Alex Walsh / Silver: Kaylee McKeown / Leah Hayes
  • 4x100m freestyle: Gold: Australia / Silver: Canada / Bronze: USA
  • 1500m freestyle: Gold: Katie Ledecky / Silver: Katie Grimes / Bronze: Lani Pallister
  • 100m backstroke: Gold: Regan Smith / Silver: Kylie Masse / Bronze: Claire Curzan
  • 100m breaststroke: Gold: Benedetta Pilato / Silver: Anna Elendt / Bronze: Ruta Meilutyte

Men

  • 400m freestyle: Gold: Elijah Winnington / Silver: Luka Martens / Bronze: Guilherme Costa
  • 100m breaststroke: Gold: Nicolo Martinenghi / Silver: Arno Kamminga / Bronze: Nic Fink
  • 50m butterfly: Gold: Caleb Dressel / Silver: Nicholas Santos / Bronze: Michael Andrew
  • 400m medley: Gold: Léon Marchand / Silver: Carson Foster / Bronze: Chase Kalisz
  • 4x100m freestyle: Gold: USA / Silver: Australia / Bronze: Italy
  • 200m freestyle: Gold: David Popovici / Silver: Sunwoo Hwang / Bronze: Tom Dean
  • 100m backstroke: Gold: Thomas Ceccon / Silver: Ryan Murphy / Bronze: Hunter Armstrong

What TV broadcast for the world swimming championships?

Follow the series of the world championships from 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. (until 12:15 p.m. on Saturday June 18, 12 p.m. on Tuesday June 21 and Friday June 24, 11 a.m. on Saturday June 25) live on france.tv. The end of the day, with the semi-finals and finals of the pool race events, will be broadcast on France 4 from 6 p.m. (until 8 p.m. every day except Sunday June 19 until 7:40 p.m., Wednesday 22 June until 8:05 p.m., Thursday June 23 until 7:55 p.m., and Saturday June 25 until 7:50 p.m.).

Who are the engaged French?

21 French people will try to win medals during these swimming worlds, including Florent Manaudou, Yohann Ndoye-Brouard, Mélanie Henique, Léon Marchand and Marie Wattel

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