Femke Heemskerk has Sunday at the Golden Tour matches in Marseille, also on the 50 meters free battle posted for WK langebaanzwemmen of later this year in Gwangju.
Heemskerk won the 50 free in 24,73, the seventh time worldwide this year and the world cup limit of the Dutch swimming federation KNZB.
The 31-year-old Roelofarendsveense was Saturday and all the best in the 100 free in Marseille and then did they also have to meet the limit for the WORLDS excellent tactical and technical skills, that is, from 21 to 28 July to be held in South Korea.
On the 200 meters free battle is Heemskerk is still not sure of the world championships. They won Sunday in the final of her favourite distance in 1.57,54, while the limit of the KNZB at 1.57,12.
No limit for Kamminga and Stolk
Arno Kamminga ended at the 100 metres breaststroke, the second in 1.00,74, above the limit of 59,79. Tes Schouten won this number the women in 1.07,53, but also the eighteen-year-old swimmer continued beyond the required time of 1.07,33.
Kyle Stolk tapped on the 100 free as the third. Are 49,66 was more than a second above the world limit (48,51). In the series had Stolk 49,50 clocked.