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Summary

  1. Ross Murdoch (GB) wins his Men's 200m Breaststroke semi-final in 2:07.72
  2. GB's Max Litchfield finishes fourth in Men’s 200m Individual Medley final
  3. Freya Anderson (GB) sets PB in Women's 100m Freestyle semi-final (59.91) & finishes 12th overall
  4. GB's Duncan Scott finishes fifth in Men’s 100m Freestyle final
  5. Georgia Davies (GB) finishes eighth in Women’s 50m Backstroke final

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  1. What’s on the schedule today and are there any Brits involved?

    Men’s 200m Individual Medley (final) - Max Litchfield

    Women’s 100m Freestyle (semi-final) - Freya Anderson

    Men’s 100m Freestyle (final) – Duncan Scott

    Women’s 50m Backstroke (final) - Georgia Davies

    Men’s 200m Breaststroke (semi-final) – Ross Murdoch & James Wilby

    Women’s 200m Butterfly (final) - no Brits

    Women’s 200m Breaststroke (semi-final) – Molly Renshaw & Jocelyn Ulyett

    Men’s 200m Backstroke (semi-final) – Luke Greenbank

    Women’s 4x200m Freestyle (final) – no Brits

    Freya Anderson
  2. What coverage will be on the BBC?

    The BBC will feature live coverage of the swimming and diving events online, on Red Button and on TV. You can see the full schedule for the swimming here.

  3. What are the World Championships?

    The World Championships are arranged by global body FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation) and take place every two years.

    This year’s event runs from 14-30 July in Budapest, Hungary. The schedule includes a variety of aquatic sports including diving, swimming, synchronised swimming, water polo, open water swimming and high diving.

    At the previous event, held in Kazan, Russia, GB came fifth in the medals table with 14 medals.