Australian swimmer Shayna Jack ended the world championship after breaking his hand in the warm-up area. Jack had collected gold and silver medals at a relay event prior to his personal swim at the Budapest World Championships, but the 23-year-old returned to the international competition after a two-year ban on doping. ,Wednesday.
“It’s heartbreaking to announce that we have to withdraw from the rest of the tournament and don’t have the opportunity to do everything we want to do,” Jack posted on Instagram. “I’m still very proud of what I’ve achieved. How far have I been with my wonderful teammates who have won medals?”
Jack said he broke his hand “due to an unfortunate incident at this morning’s training session.” News Corp reported that the injury occurred when she caught her hand in another swimmer’s suit as she turned to the water on the wall of the pool.
Australians were previously scheduled to swim in the 50m and 100m freestyle events after successfully returning to the international race. Jack was part of the 4x100m Freestyle Relay, which won the Australian gold medal on the first night of the tournament, and added the silver medal as part of the country’s 4x100m mixed medley team.
Jack said he would pay attention to his participation in the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham starting July 28th. “As always, I focus on the future. That’s the Commonwealth Games,” she posted. “From this afternoon, I’ll be back in the pool for a kick session.”
Jack was banned for two years just before the final World Championships in 2019, after traces of the banned substance were found on her system. She was initially suspended for four years, but the ban was shortened to two years.
Queensland admits that it maintained the innocence of performance-enhancing doping and did not know how it tested positive for the banned ligand roll.
Meanwhile, Mollie O’Callaghan led Australia’s 4x200m freestyle relay quartet to a silver medal and won the third medal in the world championships. She wasn’t able to bring back the main prize for the anchor leg in the final on Wednesday, but the 18-year-old star also said that with a great swim in the 100m freestyle, a second gold could come soon. Shown.
And Thursday will also offer another golden scent at Sachs Tabble Tic Cook, ready to dominate the 200m Breaststroke Final to complete the Olympic World Championship double.
O’Callahan, Queensland, has been in the limelight trying to conclude his efforts on the three legs in front of Madison Wilson, Reanneal and Kiah Melverton’s 4×200 by overhauling American anchor leg swimmer Velasims. However, just 90 minutes ago, he entered the 100m breathtaking semi-final, and the 200m silver medalist O’Callahan couldn’t get close to the flying sim.
After great work from Claire Waynestein, Leah Smith, and the great Katie Ledecky who created the decisive third leg, The Sims homed the United States with a championship record of 7 minutes 41.45 seconds, far beyond Australia. Brought (7: 43.86).
“When I came here, I knew I would play Ledecky on that third leg. She is one of the greatest swimmers of all time,” Melverton said. “I kept my position just by doing what I needed to do. I thought I did it pretty well. Because 4×2 has a very nice history in our country. , It is very special for us to stand up and win the silver medal together. “
However, O’Callahan previously performed astoundingly in her individual semis, recording the fastest second half of a women’s race to date, with a groundbreaking final length of 26.43 seconds from last to first place. I shot amazingly.
It was only one-hundredth of a second slower than the first half of the race, in 52.85 seconds, the fastest qualifying for Thursday’s final, ahead of Sweden’s eight-time world champion Sarah Sjoström. O’Callahan, who won the gold medal in the 4x100m freestyle relay, may also win 6 medals because he has a chance to mix the 4x100m freestyle relay and the women’s 4x100m medley relay.
After five days of competition, the dolphin won a total of eight medals (two gold, five silver, one bronze) in the United States (11), Italy (4), and China (3). It came in 4th place next. ).