The final day of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series’ second leg in Budapest (HUN) saw Jacqueline Simoneau (CAN) earning two more titles and leaving the Magyar capital with a total of four gold medals. The event, held on April 10-11, 2021 registered an interesting competition in the solo and duet finals, while the COVID-19 pandemic dictated the absence of larger delegations in Hungary.

As with the Technical programme on Saturday, Simoneau and Claudia Holzner, from Canada, were once more the best in the Duet Free final this Sunday, getting the gold with 90.3668 points. The silver went to the Austrian sisters Anna-Maria and Eirini Alexandri, in 89.3001. The Israeli pair Shelly Bobritsky/Eden Blecher had to content with the bronze, scoring 85.1332.

In the Solo Free routine, the Canadian star also had no problems in confirming the victory in Budapest, getting 91.0668 from the judges. Vasiliki Alexandri (AUT) equalled the ranking of the Technical presentation, swimming for the silver medal in 88.7667. The podium was completed by Nada Daabousova, from Slovakia, third in 78.3333.

In the Mixed Duet competition, the Russian athletes were the sole participants – Aleksandr Maltsev and Olesia Platonova got the gold in 92.7999. Finally, in the Team Free final, the local squad grabbed the title in a score of 76.2001.