Finke’s American Record Highlights Day 4 of FINA World Championships

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BUDAPEST, Hungary – The Gators secured their fourth gold medal on Day 4 of the FINA World Championships. Tuesday marked three-straight days that Florida has been on the rostrum.
 
Bobby Finke claimed his first medal within the 800m free, touching the wall in 7:39.36, an American Record.
 
Men’s 800m Free
Bobby Finke trailed for many of the last, persistently sitting in third or fourth throughout the first 750m. It wasn’t till a last 50m break up of 25.93 that propelled Finke forward to the gold medal.
 
Men’s 100m Free
Caeleb Dressel posted the second-best time within the 100m free prelims, ending with a time of 47.95. The defending world champion scratched the semifinals resulting from medical causes.
 
Alberto Mestre touched the wall in 49.59 and positioned thirty fifth within the 100m free preliminary spherical.
 
Mixed 4×100 Medley Relay
Eric Friese anchored Germany’s 4×100 blended medley throughout the preliminary session on Tuesday morning, recording a 48.99 break up to safe the ultimate qualifying spot. The finals relay workforce of Ole Braunschweig, Anna Elendt, Angelina Kohler, Rafael Miroslaw completed eighth within the night session.
 
Wednesday’s prelims are set to start at 3 a.m. ET, adopted by finals at 12 p.m. ET. The finals could be considered on NBCSports.
 


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