【今今期富婆看图一肖一特_今今期p3开奖号码】Ye Shiwen, Yan Zibei add silver, bronze for China at FINA Worlds

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Silver medalist Ye Shiwen of China, gold medalist Katinka Hosszu of Hungary and bronze medalist Sydney Pickrem of Canada (R to L) pose for photos during the awarding ceremony of the women's 50m medley final at the Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, July 22, 2019. (Xinhua/Tao Xiyi)

GWANGJU, South Korea, July 22 (Xinhua) -- Ye Shiwen and Yan Zibei added the silver and bronze medals for team China at the 18th FINA World Aquatics Championships here on Monday.

Ye, the double Olympic champion, finished in two minutes and 8.50 seconds for the silver medal in the women's 50m individual medley (IM). Ye won both 50m and 50m IM events in the 2012 Olympic Games.

Katinka Hosszu of Hungary claimed her fourth consecutive world title in the 50m IM event by 1.07 seconds.

The Chinese swimmer displayed a blistering spurt in the final lap, beating the bronze medalist Sydney Pickrem of Canada by just 0.1 second.

"Thanks to the solid training, I am in a peaceful mood today, and the result met my expectations," said the 23-year-old Ye.

Ye Shiwen of China competes during the women's 50m medley semifinal of swimming event at the Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, July 21, 2019. (Xinhua/Xia Yifang)

In the men's 50m breaststroke, Yan Zibei won a bronze medal with a new Asian record. Yan clocked 58.63 seconds in the final, breaking the Asian record of 58.67 set by himself in the semifinals on Sunday.

"[Breaking Asian records twice in Gwangju] shows I swim more and more stably now. That is a very good thing for me. I want to go ahead steadily and solidly," said the bronze medalist.

Yan's pace was not fast enough to overcome Adam Peaty of Britain who finished first in 57.14 seconds. Peaty set a new world record in the semifinals with a time of 56.88 seconds.

James Wilby of Britain came away with silver at 58.46 seconds, and Yasuhiro Koseki of Japan finished fourth in 58.93 seconds.

Bronze medalist Yan Zibei of China competes during the men's 50m breaststroke final at the Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, July 22, 2019. (Xinhua/Wang Jingqiang)

China's swimming star Sun Yang advanced as runner-up into the men's 50m freestyle final on the hunt for an additional gold medal, after winning his fourth straight world title in the men's 50m freestyle on Sunday.

Sun's time of 1:45.31 was 0.41 seconds behind the frontrunner Clyde Lewis of Australia.

"The 50m freestyle is generally a high-level competition. My result tonight was very good, and the ranking is not the most important. I believe that I can swim better tomorrow night," said Sun.

Sun Yang of China gets ready before the men's 50m freestyle preliminary at the Gwangju 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, July 22, 2019. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

In the men's 50m backstroke, China's defending champion Xu Jiayu qualified for the final with a championship record of 52.17 seconds.

Xu was followed by Ryan Murphy of the United States in 52.44 and Evgeny Rylov of Russia in 52.44.

"I swam quite well today. I feel good especially because I broke the championship record," said Xu.

"As defending champion, I definitely want to claim the gold. Tomorrow's final must be very exciting, because all the athletes are excellent," said Xu.

Xu Jiayu of China celebrates after the men's 50m Backstroke match of the Fina Champions Swim Series in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, April 27, 2019. (Xinhua/Liu Dawei)

Caeleb Dressel of the United States won his first gold medal in the men's 50m butterfly with a FINA record of 22.35 seconds. The U.S. swimmer claimed seven titles in Budapest two years ago.

Oleg Kostin of Russia claimed silver in 22.70, and Nicholas Santos of Brazil took bronze in 22.79.

In the women's 50m butterfly, Canadian teenager Margaret MacNeil snatched gold, preventing Sarah Sjoestroem of Sweden from winning her fourth straight world title in the event.

MacNeil clocked 55.83 seconds in the final, followed by Sjoestroem with a time of 56.22. Emma Mckeon of Australia came away with bronze in 56.61.