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BANGKOK, November 5 (Itar-Tass) - Russian swimmer Vladimir Morozov has won his second gold at the FINA (International Swimming Federation) Swimming World Cup in Singapore on the competition’s last but one day.
In the 100-meter medley Morozov clocked 51.36 seconds. George Bovell, from Trinidad and Tobago was second (51.75) and China’s Shun Wang, third (52.96).
Earlier on Tuesday Morozov grabbed the gold in 100-meters freestyle.