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How Aussies fared on day 7 at world titles

How the Australian contingent fared on day seven at the world swimming championships in Budapest.

How Aussies fared on day 7 at world titles

How the Australian contingent fared on day seven at the world swimming championships in Budapest.

HOW AUSTRALIANS FARED ON DAY SEVEN AT THE WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BUDAPEST:

* Women's 200m backstroke final:


Emily Seebohm (two minutes, 05.68 seconds, national record) - gold.

Kaylee McKeown (2:06.76, junior world record) - fourth.

* Men's 100m butterfly final:

Grant Irvine (51.00 PB) - seventh.

* Mixed 4x100m freestyle relay final:

Australia's Louis Townsend, Alex Graham, Brittany Elmslie, Madi Wilson (3:25.51) - eighth.

* Women's 50m freestyle semi-finals:

Bronte Campbell (24.43) - fifth fastest qualifier for final.

Shayna Jack (24.69) - 13th, missed final.

* Women's 50m breaststroke semi-finals:

Jessica Hansen (30.67) - ninth, missed final.

AAP


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