Andrzej Rzeszutek finished eighth in jumping off a 3-meter staging pad at the European Swimming Championships in Budapest. The Russian Evgeny Kuznetsov was the winner. Casper Lesiac did not reach the final round of 12 men, to finish 14th in the qualifiers.

In the synchronized swimming teams, Polish women were ranked last seventh. Ukrainian women have won.

Friday Final Results:

Simultaneous pairs swimming, free program

1. Svetlana Kolesnyzenko, Svetlana Romashina (Russia) 97.9000 points

2 – Marta Vidina, Anastasia Sochuk (Ukraine) 94.3333

3 – Anna Maria Alexandri, Irini – Marina Alexandre (Austria) 908 667

Mixed pairs, free program

1. Olesya Platonova, Alexander Maltsev (Russia) 93.9333

2- Emma Garcia, Pau Ribes (Spain) 86.5333

3 – Isuta Sporteli, Niccol Ogliari (Wuxi) 81.8667

Teams, free program

1 – Ukraine 95.0667 (Marina Alexiwa, Wuladisawa Alexeiwa, Marta Vidina, Katerina Reznik, Anastazja Sochuk, Alina Sinkarenko, Ksenia Sidorenko, Jelisawita Yachino)

2. Spain 91.2333 3. Israel 86.8000

7- Poland 72.5000 (Adrianna Aleksak, Dominika Herich, Maja Kalisz, Martyna Paulińska, Barbara Rybicka, Kamila Sahli Ousini, Swietłana Szczepańska, Martyna Wójcik)

Water jumping women’s synchronous jumping, 10-meter tower

1. Ekaterina Belyagua, Julia Temuszenina (Russia) 307.44

2. Eden Ching, Lewis Toulson (UK) 290.58

3 – Ksenia Bajo, Zovia Liskon (Ukraine) 286.74

Men, starting point 3 meters

1- Evgeny Kuznetsov (Russia) 525.20

2 – Nikita Slicher (Russia) 505.80

3 – Martin Wolfram (Germany) 484.65

8- Andrzej Rzeszotyk (Poland) 405.90

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