Germany's Philip Heintz topped the men's 200m individual medley podium ©Getty Images

Germany’s Philip Heintz topped the men’s 200m individual medley podium ©Getty Images

Philip Heintz was one of two winners for Germany today after coming out on top in the men’s 200m individual medley final with a time of 1:52.41.

Greece’s Andreas Vazaios was the silver medallist in 1:53.27, while the bronze went to Norway’s Tomoe Zenimoto Hvas in 1:54.16.

Also securing a gold medal for Germany was Franziska Hentke, who won the women’s 200m butterfly final in 2:03.92.

Italy’s Ilaria Bianchi was a close second in 2:04.22, while France’s Lara Grangeon touched home in 2:04.31 for the bronze medal.

In the men’s 1,500m freestyle final, Ukraine’s Mykhaylo Romanchuk came out on top with a time of 14:14.59.

Italy’s Gregorio Paltrinieri took the silver medal in 14:22.93, while Norway’s Henrik Christiansen claimed the bronze in 14:25.66.

Daniel Etchells