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Grevers wins gold for U.S. in 100 metres backstroke

July 30, 2013
Matt Grevers

Matt Grevers

American Matt Grevers won gold in the men’s 100 metres backstroke at the world championships in Barcelona on Tuesday.

Grevers, the Olympic champion, touched in a time of 52.93 seconds, with compatriot David Plummer taking silver in 53.12 and France’s Jeremy Stravius bronze in 53.21.

Stravius tied for gold with compatriot Camille Lacourt at the last world championships in Shanghai two years ago and Lacourt finished fifth this time around behind Ryosuke Irie of Japan in fourth.

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