Israeli swimmer Amit Ivri has won the bronze medal at the 31st European Championships which were held in Debrecen, Hungary this week, it was announced Friday.
Ivri came in third after completing the 100-meter butterfly race in 58.78 minutes. She was preceded by Ingvild Snildal of Norway, who came in first with a total of 58.04 minutes, and Martina Granstroem of Sweden, who came in second with a total of 58.07 minutes.
Ivri, 23, has broken Israeli swimming records and represented Israel at various European swimming championships. She has also participated in Israeli championships, where she has won silver and gold medals in the past.
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