Lamothe helps Canada win three medals in artistic swimming World Cup stop

Montreal's Audrey Lamothe helped Canada win three medals Sunday on the final day of competition at the Artistic Swimming World Cup.

Lamothe teamed up with Jacqueline Simoneaux to take silver in the women's freestyle duo competition.

He also helped Canada capture two team medals: silver on the freestyle team and bronze on the acrobatic team.

Simoneaux of Saint-Laurent, Que., who also made the roster in the team freestyle competition, earned six medals in the event, including gold in the women's individual artistic event on Friday.

Lamotte and Simono scored 246.5501 points in the women's freestyle duet, 7.2229 points behind the Japanese duo Mo Higa and Tomoka Sato. Ukrainian women Marina Alekseeva and Vladislava Alekseeva came in third place (242.1772 points).

The free team saw the Canadians finish (326.2981 points) behind the United States (341.6208). Kazakhstan (247.6605) came in third place.

Watch: Simoneaux and Lamothe take double free silver medals in artistic swimming:

Canadians Simoneaux and Lamothe earned free silver medals as a pair at the Artistic Swimming World Cup

The women's freestyle duathlon world championships were held at the World Aquatics Championships on Sunday, with the Canadian team of Jacqueline Simoneaux and Audrey Lamothe taking silver medals for Canada.

SEE: Canada wins mixed acrobatic bronze:

Canada wins mixed acrobatics bronze at the Artistic Swimming World Cup

The Canadians finished the event in Markham, Ontario, on the podium with a score of just over 236 points.


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