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The 2023 World Swimming Championships in Doha have come to a close, and the final results are now available. In the Women’s 400m Freestyle event, Erika Fairweather from New Zealand claimed the gold with a time of 3:59.44. Li Bingjie from China took home the silver with a time of 4:01.62, while Isabel Gose from Germany finished third with a time of 4:02.39. Maria Fernanda Costa and Gabrielle Roncatto from Brazil finished fourth and fifth, respectively.

Moving on to the Women’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay, the Netherlands secured the gold with a time of 3:36.61, followed closely by Australia with the silver at 3:36.93 and Canada with the bronze at 3:37.95.

In terms of men’s events, Kim Woo-Min from South Korea won the Men’s 400m Freestyle with a time of 3:42.71, just ahead of Elijah Winnington from Australia who finished in second place at 3:42.86, while Lukas Martens from Germany took home the bronze at 3:42.96.

The Men’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay saw China take home gold with a time of

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