Russian synchronized swim duet brought won 14th gold medal at 2020 Olympics
Russian synchronized swimmers Svetlana Kolesnichenko and Svetlana Romashina won gold medals in duet competitions at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. In the technical program, the Russians showed the result of 97.1079 points; in the free program — 98.8000 points, the amount was 195.9079 points. The silver went to the Chinese swimmers Xuechen Huang and Wenyan Sun with 192.4499 points. Ukrainian Marta Fedina and Anastasia Savchuk (189.4620 points) closed the top three of the strongest, according to the Championat.
As of the morning of August 5, Russia ranked sixth in the medal standings at the Tokyo Summer Olympics. The national team has won 14 gold, 21 silver, and 18 bronze medals. More details are available on the Championat.