Result: Russia continue synchronised dominance at World Swimming Championships

Russia take home the gold medal in the synchronised free combination final at the World Swimming Championships in Kazan.

Russia have claimed another synchronised gold at the World Swimming Championships by triumphing in the free combination final.

China went home with the silver, while Japan secured the bronze in Kazan.

The Russians scored 98.30 with their routine - over two points more than the Chinese and nearly five points more than Japan.

Ukraine, Spain and Canada made up the rest of the field.

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