Ukrainian success continued on the second day of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) 2020 Artistic Swimming World Series in Paris.
Marta Fiedina had won double gold yesterday with Anastasiya Savchuk in the duet competitions, before starring individually today in the Georges Vallerey pool.
Fiedina topped the standings in the solo technical event by achieving a score of 89.6571.
The United States’ Ruby Remati and Germany’s Marlene Bojer completed the podium places on 79.8813 and 79.6294.
Fiedina secured her fourth gold medal of the event by winning the solo free final with a score of 91.8000.
Anita Alvarez finished as the silver medallist on 86.1333, with the American followed by Liechtenstein’s Lara Mechnig who won bronze on 82.4667.
Spain’s Emma Garcia and Pau Ribes emerged as the winners of the mixed duet events, after the pairing achieved a score of 82.8147 in the technical routine.
Garcia and Ribes then won the free final on 85.4333.
Madeline Philippe and Quentin Rakotomalala were the Spanish pair’s only rivals, with the French duo scoring 72.0468 and 75.3000 respectively across the two events.
The hosts celebrated gold in the team technical competition, with the French team winning the event with a score of 86.3274.
United States won silver on 83.3925, while Israel completed the podium on 76.0566.