Ukrainian swimmer won gold medals in finals of men’s 400 free and 1500 free.
On Wednesday, Romanchuk swam 1500m in 14:26.39 seconds, confidently beating his closest pursuers from Hungary and Germany.
Earlier, Romanchuk delivered the top time in finals of the men’s 400 free, stopping the clock at a 3:39.67.
Last weekend, Romanchuk broke Gregorio Paltrinieri’s 1500-meter World Cup record earlier today at the Singapore stop of the 2016 series. Romanchuk’s time- 14:15.49- beat Paltrinieri’s old record of 14:27.65, set at the Eindhoven stop of the 2013 World Cup tour.