On the final day of the competitions, the FINA Development Centre scholarship holder Davor Petrovski (North Macedonia) took part in a 200m butterfly and showed the result of 2:09.73.
Davor Petrovski: 'At the Russian Championship, I competed at three events. My results are close to my best, but I expected to swim better. I liked the competitions, I'm grateful to everyone for organisation. Ahead is the Vladimir Salnikov Cup in St. Petersburg, I will train hard with my coach to improve my time'.
Also today, medalists were determined at the following events: 100m freestyle (men), 200m breaststroke (women), 200m backstroke (men), 100m butterfly (women), 1500m freestyle (men), 50m freestyle (women), 200m butterfly (men), 50m breaststroke (men), 200m freestyle (women), relay 4x100m (medley, men), 4x100m (medley, women).
Three junior world records were set at the Russian Championship: Andrey Minakov in the 50m butterfly (23.05) and 100m freestyle (47.57), Ilya Borodin in the 400m in individual medley (4:11.50).