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Flint/Day Win Third Straight Title, Taking Haiyang Gold

Americans Betsi Flint/Emily Day picked up five wins en route to the Haiyang Three Star title, while Caitin Ledoux/Sarah Sponcil earned the bronze. Austrians Robin Seidl went 6-0 on the way to the mens gold, topping Brazilians George/Thiago in the final.

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WATCH LIVE: Haiyang Three Star Semis, Podium Matches

The race for the Haiyang Three Star gold is down to four teams per gender, with three American women’s duos and two Brazilian men’s pairings remaining. Live streaming of the matches is set to begin at 9 p.m. ET

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Three USA Women’s Pairs, Two Brazilian Men Make Haiyang Final Four

No. 2 Emily Stockman/Kelley Larsen, No. 3 Betsi Flint/Emily Day and No. 24 Caitlin Ledoux/Sarah Sponcil picked up a pair of victories on Saturday to earn a spot in the Haiyang semifinals beginning at 9 p.m. ET. On the men’s side, two Brazilian pairs are among the final four.

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Upsets Highlight Men’s Round 1 at Haiyang Three Star

Friday brought pool play to an end at the Haiyang Three Star and also included the first elimination round, setting the table for Saturday’s Round of 16.

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China Sweeps Anapa Men’s Podium, Russia Takes Women’s Medals

Nadezda Makroguzova/Svetlana Kholomina led a podium sweep for the Russian women, while Ha Likejiang/Jiaxin Wu paced the Chinese men with the Anapa One Star gold.

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