Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Femke Heemskerk, have a feel for the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in South Korea in the semi-finals of the 50-meter freestyle and placed. Kromowidjojo put up in the new series of 24,56 seconds for the seventh time, We, with 24,80 of the tenth.
Titelverdedigster Sarah Sjöström, from Sweden, was the fastest with a 24,26.
The Australian sisters, Cate (24,40) and Bronte Campbell (24,74) are among the sixteen semi-finalists, as are, among others, Simone Manuel. The Us picked up earlier in the week in Gwangju and the world championship title in the 100 free. Mr klokte in the series, and it’s the shortest song 24,41 for the third time.
Two years ago, at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Budapest, and went on to the gold medal in the 50 free Sjöström, Kromowidjojo won when the silver is a Dutch record 23,85.
The Dutch swim team for this week in Gwangju is still empty-handed. May be you can Kromowidjojo there on Saturday to change all that in the final of the 50 meters of butterfly stroke, where as the second set.
Femke Heemskerk was sixth in the 100-meter freestyle in Gwangju. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
Mixed estafetteploeg with a chop across the ditch to the final
In the 50-meter breaststroke went to the teens, Rosey, Metz, and The Rowlands are both through to the semi-finals; and Metz, in a time of 30,99 tenth, Schouten, by 31,03 the eleventh. The Italian Benedetta Pilato was 29,98 is the fastest in the series.
The joint estafetteploeg in the 4×100-meter free and placed herself in the nick of time for the grand finale.
Kyle Stolk, Jesse, and Well, Kira Toussaint, and Maud van der meer (with 3.27: 29 and in the eighth place, just enough to make it later on Saturday to go back to be able to come to the fight for the medals. The Dutch quartet was over 4.5 seconds slower than that of the United States, 3.22,70).