Baku, June 21, AZERTAC
Following success in both men's and women's individual events, Russia has claimed both synchronised titles as well.
Anna Kornetskaya and Yana Pavlova won the gold medal in the women's final with 46.400 points, while Marine Jurbert and Joelle Vallez of France won silver with 44.600, and Beatriz Martins and Ana Rente of Portugal took the bronze with 44.500.
Mikhail Melnik and Dmitry Ushakov won gold in the men's competition with 51.100 points, followed by Uladzislau Hancharou and Mikalai Kazak of Belarus with 50.800, and Martin Gromowski and Kyrylo Sonn of Germany with 48.800.
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