Lamothe helps Canada to three medals at inventive swimming World Cup cease

Montreal’s Audrey Lamothe helped Canada win three medals Sunday on the ultimate day of competitors at a World Cup inventive swimming occasion.

Lamothe teamed with Jacqueline Simoneau for silver within the ladies duet free competitors.

She additionally helped Canada to 2 crew medals — silver within the crew free and bronze within the crew acrobatic.

Simoneau of Saint-Laurent, Que., who was additionally a part of the roster within the crew free competitors, picked up six medals on the occasion, together with gold in Friday’s ladies’s solo technical.

Lamothe and Simoneau earned 246.5501 factors within the ladies duet free, 7.2229 factors behind Japanese duo Moe Higa and Tomoka Sato. Ukrainians Maryna Aleksiiva and Vladyslava Aleksiiva had been third (242.1772 factors).

The crew free noticed the Canadians (326.2981 factors) end behind the USA (341.6208). Kazakhstan (247.6605) was a distant third.

WATCH: Simoneau and Lamothe declare inventive swimming duet free silver medals:

Canada’s Simoneau and Lamothe declare inventive swimming World Cup duet free silver medals

World Aquatics inventive swimming World Cup ladies’s duet free occurred Sunday and the Canadian crew of Jacqueline Simoneau and Audrey Lamothe claimed silver medals for Canada.

WATCH: Canada lands blended acrobatic bronze:

Canada lands blended acrobatic bronze at Inventive Swimming World Cup

The Canadians closed the occasion in Markham, Ont., by touchdown on the rostrum with a rating of simply over 236.

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