Ustinova Brace Tips Gold Balance From Brits To Russia

Russia claimed four golds and Britain two on day 3 at the European Junior Championships in Poznan, Poland, while Daria Ustinova, the backstroke ace who false started in the 200m yesterday and has a K as a middle minitial to distinguish her from the teammate with the same name, contributed twice her country’s tally

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Russia claimed four golds and Britain two on day 3 at the European Junior Championships in Poznan, Poland, while Daria Ustinova, the backstroke ace who false started in the 200m yesterday and has a K as a middle minitial to distinguish her from the teammate with the same name, contributed twice her country’s tally

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