RENANG INDONESIA-It was a golden night in the pool as Nathan Adrian claimed the men's 100m Freestyle gold, while Daniel Gyurta broke the world record in the men's 200m Breaststroke
Magnussen, known as 'The Missile', had to settle for silver as
a winning time of 47.52.
Brent Hayden of
Canada was third in 47.80, with
world record-holder Cesar Cielo back in sixth.
Gyurta broke the world record as he edged out
Michael Jamieson in a final length head-to-head in 2:07.28, clipping 0.31 off
Christian Sprenger's 2009 mark.
Jamieson, fifth at last year's World Championships, touched in 2:07.43.
Gyurta, who won silver in
Athens aged 15, said: 'It was hard for me,
but I managed to do it.
'I can't believe it, it was my dream when I was young (to get the medal and the world record).'
'(Which one means the most) I really can't say, I am just so happy.'
an Olympic record of 7:42.92 in the women's 4 x 200m Freestyle Relay, and China's Jiao
Liuyang added the 200m Butterfly title to the World Championships gold she won
Rebecca Soni set the second world record of the night when she lowered Annamay Pierse's mark in the 200m Breaststroke semis to 2:20.00.
Perolehan Medali (2/8)
1 Amerika Serikat (8-6-4)
2 Cina (4-2-2)
3 Perancis (3-2-1)
4 Afrika Selatan (2-0-0)
5 Australia (1-5-2)
6 Hungaria (1-0-0)
6 Lithuania (1-0-0)
8 Republik Korea (0-2-0)
9 Inggris Raya (0-1-1)
10 Brazil (0-1-0)
10 Spanyol (0-1-0)
10 Netherlands (0-1-0)
13 Jepang (0-0-7)
14 Kanada (0-0-1)
14 v:shapes="_x0000_i1039"> Rusia (0-0-1)