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The 17-year-old Russian swimmer finished the final run with the result of 1 minute 1.29 seconds.
His closest contender Maximilian Pilger of Germany finished the distance in 1 minute 1.51 seconds to win the silver and Venezuela’s Carlos Claverie grabbed the bronze with the result of 1 minute and 1.56 seconds.
Chupkov’s medal on Monday was the fourth gold for the Russian team at the Youth Olympics, which kicked off on August 16 and run through August 28.