Seven countries won gold medals on day two in Tomsk ©CMAS

Seven countries won gold medals on day two of the World Underwater Federation (CMAS) World Junior Finswimming Championships in Tomsk.

Hosts Russia won three more titles including a second of the meet for Ekaterina Mikhaylushkina.

The World Games champion won the women's 100 metres surface gold yesterday and added the 200m crown today at the Aquatics Centre Zvezdniy.

She was timed at 1min 30.12sec as Ukraine's Yelyzaveta Vakareva won silver in 1:31.20.

Germany's Johanna Schikora swum to bronze in 1:31.95.

Russia also clinched the women's 100m immersion crown with Viktoria Partsakhashvili clocking 37.93sec.

South Korea Kyeong Seon Kim managed 39.37 for silver with bronze going to Poland and Zuzanna Rzepka in 39.60.

Egor Kachmashev then matched Mikhaylushkina's achievement by winning the men's 200m surface title.

He finished in 1:24.50 to edge team-mate Andrey Avdushkin who was timed at 1:24.96.

South Korea's Jae Baek Jeong finished in 1:27.37 to clinch step three on the podium.

Other gold medals were won today by Czech Republic, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary, Greece and South Korea.

The men's 100m immersion title went to Czech swimmer Jakub Kovarik in 33.97, who added to his 100m surface title from yesterday.

Bo Seong Jang of South Korea managed 35.05 for silver, as Vitalii Sushchenko of Ukraine clocked 35.57 for bronze.

Young finswimming stars are competing in Tomsk ©CMAS
Young finswimming stars are competing in Tomsk ©CMAS

Ceten Yesilbas provided Turkish delight in the women's 1,500m surface, touching the wall in 13:46.09.

Nele Rudolf of Germany won silver in 13:52.93 and there was home bronze as Ekaterina Zanoskina came home in 13:56.85.

Ukraine's victory in the Siberian city came as Oleksii Zakharov won the men's 1,500m surface in 12:41.38.

Turkey's Muhammed Emin Bay won silver in 12:47.92 and Russia's Nikita Borodin added to the hosts' medal tally with brozne in 12:57.96.

The Hungarians, winners of two gold medals yesterday, added another as Dorothy Hamlin won the women's bi-fins 200m final.

Hamlin won silver over 100m yesterday, but she was able to top the podium this time, clocking 1:46.81.

Hungary also won silver as Csenge Stadler ended in 1:47.06.

Frances Desbordes Joana finished her race in 1:48.27 to clinch the bronze.

In the men's 200m bi-fins, Greece's Konstantinos Stylianos Livogiannis got the better of two Russians by winning in 1min 38.54.

Aleksey Fedkin won silver in 1:38.86 with fellow Russian Daniil Kolosov earning bronze in 1:39.66.

Relay action concluded the day, with South Korea earning the first non-European gold in Tomsk in the 4x50m mixed surface.

They finished in 1:08.11 to beat Russia, second in 1:08.17, and Colombia, third in 1:09.61.

Competition continues tomorrow.