Goosen with Dutch record further in series, the 50 metres butterfly.
Mathys Goosen has Sunday at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS langebaanzwemmen in Budapest, placed in the semi-finals of the 50 metres butterfly.
The 21-year-old Goosen, who in his youth was part of South Africa, ended in 23.53 as thirteenth, enough to continue in the series.
Goosen sharpness his time with the Dutch record, which since april 2014 in the name of Joeri Verlinden.
Andrei Govorov of Ukraine was the fastest in the series in 22,92. Joseph Schooling from Singapore, the olympic champion in the 100 butterfly, took 23,05 the third time.
Wow! DUTCH RECORD for @MathysG in 23.52 in the 50 butterfly! Topper #budapest2017 https://t.co/dJDyoeIVWU
Time of placing
09:01 – 23 July 2017
Maarten Brzoskowski ran the final of the 400 meters free wrong. The swimmer from Best came in the last heat not further than 3.53.17.
Brzoskowski became the tenth and 29th in total. The best eight qualified for the final.
The Austrian Felix Aubock was the fastest in the series with 3.44,19.
Also Marjolein Delno saved not on her part. The Dutch klokte on the 200-meter exchange 2.15.05. Despite the fact that they have a second of her personal record, she swam, she was only 26th.
Later in the day, swims Arno Kamminga still the series of the 100 metres breaststroke, while the women and men in the bath for the 4×100 meters free.