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Published tisdag 12 oktober 2004 kl 13.18
Photo: Michael Conroy/Pressens Bild

Last day of swimming championships golden for Swedes;  One in and one out in Moscow.

Sweden ended up fifth on the medals table at the Short Course World Swimming Championships in Indianapolis, with nine medals. 

The team went into the final day of competition Monday with three silver and one bronze, and ended the day with four bronze, four silver and one gold medal, which went to Josefin Lillhage in the 200 meter freestyle.

And in tennis, Joachim Johansson has moved on to the second round of the Kremlin Cup in Moscow, after breezing past Jan Hernych of the Czech Republic 6-4, 6-2.  His compatriot Thomas Johansson was defeated in the first round.

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