Michelle Coleman took the fourth podium position this weekend in the swimming world cup in Berlin.
The Swedish finished third at 100 meters freely with 53.35 - and had only stars Cate Campbell, Australia (52.51) and second Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Netherlands (53.33).
Coleman has convinced big during the World Cup and last Friday she won 50 meters freely ahead of Kromowidjojo and Campbell and polished her personal best with three tenths to 24.26.
Last Saturday she finished second at 200 meters freely and shared third at 50 meters butterfly.
Overall, Coleman ranks third in the World Cup, but well behind Leader Campbell who makes up for the final win with Hungarian Katinka Hosszu. There are only three points between them.
The World Cup, which will be decided on the long run, will conclude in November with competitions in Russian Kazan and Doha, Qatar.
Sarah Sjöström won the overall World Cup both 2017 and last year, but this year has chosen the new International Swimming League.