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Svetlana Kolesnichenko wins synchro swimming gold medal
Svetlana Kolesnichenko has earned the first Russia's synchronized swimming gold medal at the FINA World Championships that took place in Budapest, Hungary, TV Channel Vesti reports. Despite the fact that Svetlana already owns the Olympic champion title, this award was very special since it was her first gold in an individual event.
The athlete has earned more than 95 points. She has performed to the Grieg's “Solveig song” recorded by Russian singer Anna Netrebko.
Second place went to Ona Carbonell from Spain , and Anna Voloshyna from . Ukraine has rounded out the podium.
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