World Aquatics Championships 2024: Results and Final Medal Table

The World Aquatics Championships 2024 held in Doha, Qatar, concluded after 17 days of exhilarating competition, showcasing the pinnacle of aquatic sports on a global stage.

World Aquatics Championships 2024: Results and Final Medal Table

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With over 2,600 athletes from 204 countries, including the Refugee Swimming World Team, participating across six sports, the event saw performances, record-breaking feats, and moments of controversy.

The United States topped the medal tally with a total of 20 medals, including 8 gold, 6 silver, and 6 bronze.

China secured the second position with 11 medals, consisting of 7 gold, 3 silver, and 1 bronze. Australia claimed the third spot with 16 medals, including 3 gold, 9 silver, and 4 bronze.

Claire Curzan of the USA emerged as a star performer, clinching a total of 6 medals, including 4 golds. Her dominance in events like the 50m, 100m, and 200m backstroke, along with the 4x100m medley relay, showcased her talent.

Hunter Armstrong, also from the USA, showcased his prowess by securing 7 medals, including 3 golds, 1 silver, and 3 bronze, making his most successful World Championship campaign to date.

Nineteen-year-old Pan Zhanle of China stole the spotlight by shattering records in the Men’s 100m Freestyle, becoming the new champion and world record holder with a time of 46.80 seconds.

Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden showed her dominance by securing her 13th and 14th individual World Championship titles in the 50m freestyle and 50m butterfly events, respectively.

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China’s extraordinary performance included a total of 33 medals, with 23 golds, across various events. Their dominance extended to diving and high diving, along with growth in artistic swimming.

Australia showcased strength, finishing third overall with 24 medals, showing their prowess across multiple disciplines.

Irish swimmer Daniel Wiffan secured two gold medals for his country, while athletes like Erika Fairweather of New Zealand and Logan Fontaine of France made strides in their respective events.

The US women’s water polo team displayed supremacy by winning their eighth world title, while Croatia secured their third world title in men’s water polo.

Israeli swimmer Anastasia Gorbenko faced jeers from the crowd after winning a silver medal in the women’s 400-meter individual medley.

The 20-year-old athlete, representing Israel, faced criticism, but expressed pride in representing her country despite the hostile reception.

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