South Africa's Olympic and world champion Chad Le Clos claimed two more wins at the Moscow World Cup meeting on Sunday with victories in the 100m butterfly and 200 medley.
South Africa's Chad Le Clos competes in the Men's 200m Individual Medley event during the Short Course Swimming World Cup in Berlin on August 11, 2013
The hosts meanwhile clocked a new world record in the 4x50m mixed freestyle relay in one minute 33.01sec ahead of second-placerd Brazil (1:33.43) and third-placed Japan (1:33.48).
The 21-year-old Le Clos, who won the 200m butterfly on Saturday, was also the first in the 100m butterfly in 49.34sec. The United States' Tom Shields finished second in 49.74, while Pole Konrad Czerniak was third in 50.66.
In the 200m medley, Le Clos clocked one minute 53.04sec to finish ahead of second-placed Australian Kenneth To and Pawel Korzeniowski of Poland, who was third.
Russia's Vladimir Morozov, who is currently second in the World Cup overall standings, took the 50m freestyle in 20.59sec to beat Roland Schoeman (21.15) and George Bovell of Trinidad and Tobago (21.49).
To, last year's World Cup winner, won the 100m breaststroke with a time of 58.42sec with Great Britain's Michael Jamieson coming second at 58.83, while Russia's Viatcheslav Sinkevich touched in for third at 58.89.
In the women's events, Katinka Hosszu of Hungary, the 2012 World Cup winner and current leader of the 2013 series, also claimed the gold in 400m individual medley and 200m butterfly.
"My goal was to be in the top three in every race," Hosszu said. "There is a new rule -- you get points for every medal."
"So this was a pretty good display for me here with five podiums and one gold on Saturday and two golds and two podiums on Sunday."
Lithuanian 16-year old Ruta Meilutyte, who set a new world record in the women's 100 breaststroke on Saturday, also won two more golds -- in the 50m breaststroke and 100m individual medley.
Sweden's Sarah Sjoestroem prevailed in the 100m freestyle (51.93sec) as well as the 50m butterfly (25.56sec).
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