Katinka Hosszú of Hungary wins Gold in Women’s 100m Backstroke Swimming

Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu won gold medal in the Women’s 100m Backstroke Swimming Event of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Katinka Hosszú of Hungary wins Gold in Women’s 100m Backstroke Swimming

Katinka Hosszu won the gold medal with a time of 58.45 seconds setting a new national record.

America’s Kathleen Baker finished second with a time of 58.75 seconds to win the silver medal.

Canada’s Kylie Masse and China’s Fu Yuanhui were one hundredth of a second behind Baker at 58.76 seconds to split bronze.

Kylie Masse set a new national record with her medal winning performance.

Rio 2016 Women’s 100m Backstroke Swimming Event Medal Winners Podium

In the photo above, you can see medal winners from left to right – USA’s Kathleen Baker (Silver), Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu (Gold), Canada’s Kylie Masse and China’s Fu Yuanhui (Bronze) on winners podium receiving their medals during presentation ceremony.

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