GB win men's 4x200m freestyle relay to claim fourth world gold
By PA Sport
Last Updated: 28/07/17 7:27pm
Stephen Milne, Nick Grainger, Duncan Scott and James Guy claimed Great Britain's fourth gold of the World Championships in Budapest with an impressive victory in the men's 4x200 metres freestyle relay.
Britain had three gold medals from the first five days of competition, with two for Adam Peaty, in the 50m and 100m breaststroke, and the third for Ben Proud in the 50m butterfly.
Ross Murdoch finished fourth in the 200m breaststroke on day six before the relay team delivered.
Milne and Grainger gave Britain a fast start and Scott put Britain into podium contention before Guy, on the anchor leg, surged to victory.
Britain finished in seven minutes 01.70, with Russia's Mikhail Dovgalyuk, Mikhail Vekovishchev, Danila Izotov and Aleksandr Krasnykh 0.98secs behind in second.
Blake Pieroni, Townley Haas, Jack Conger and Zane Grothe of the United States took bronze, 1.48s adrift.