RENANG INDONESIA- Hungary's Daniel Gyurta set a new world record in the men's 200m Breaststroke final to hold off
Michael Jamieson for the gold medal.
Gyurta and Jamieson went head-to-head over the last 50m, with the Athens 2004 silver medallist lowering Christian Sprenger's world mark by 0.03 to 2:07.28.
Jamieson clocked 2:07.43 - the third fastest time in history - to claim the silver, with Ryo Tateishi of
picking up the bronze medal.
Jiao Liuyang added the 200m Butterfly title to the World Championships gold she
won last year.
Jiao's time of 2:04.06 was a new Olympic record and helped her finish ahead of
Mireia Belmonte Garcia and Natsumi Hoshi.