Fantastic Bosnian swimmer Lana Pudar won eighth place in the finals of the World Championships in the Large Pool (50 meters) in Budapest.
Young Lana is making her debut at the senior world championships this year, and immediately in the first discipline of the 100 meters dolphin she achieved a masterful success.
After excellent results in the quarterfinals and semifinals, Lana reached the finals as convincingly the youngest competitor and thus once again showed that she is an absolute world talent.
Today’s final race Pudar swam in the time of 58.44, which was enough for eighth place.
The first place and the title of world champion was won by Torri Huske from the United States with a time of 55.64. Second place went to Marie Wattel (56.14), and third to Chinese Yufei Zhang (56.41), Klix.ba writes.