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Onto the 30th European Aquatics Championships now in Budapest where hosts Hungary have won their first gold medal. Laszlo Cseh collected his seventh European title in the men's 200m Individual Medley.
Six gold medals went to six different nations on day three. France top the medals table in the pool following Sebastien Rouault's victory in the men's 1 thousand 500m final, clocking a time of 14 minutes 55.17 seconds. Pal Joensen of the Faroe Islands won silver, Italy's Samuel Pizzetti took home bronze.
In the men's 200m Freestyle, defending German champion Paul Biedermann touched out in 1 minute 46.06 seconds, ahead of Russia's Nikita Lobintsev. Sebastiaan Verschuren of the Netherlands took bronze.
In the women's 100m Breaststroke, Russia's Yuliya Efimova was fastest through the water. Sweden's Jennie Johansson and Denmark's Rikke Moeller Pedersen both hit the pad at 1 minute 7 seconds point 36.
In the women's 100m Freestyle final, Francesca Halsall won Britain's third gold medal at the championships in 53.58 seconds - Aliaksandra Herasimenia of Belarus took silver and the bronze went to Dutchwoman Femke Heemskerk.
In the final pool event of the day, Home hero Laszlo Cseh won the men's 200m Individual Medley with 1 minute 57.73 seconds. Austria's Markus Rogan took silver, Britain's Joe Roebuck won bronze.
In the men's 1 metre springboard, Illya Kvasha won Ukraine's first gold. Patrick Hausding of Germany won silver, and Spain's Javier Illana took bronze.