Kromowidjojo set to disappoint with a sixth place finish in the world cup final in 50 m free

Ranomi Kromowidjojo is on Sunday failed to get a medal, to capture the 50-meter freestyle at the world swimming CHAMPIONSHIPS at the South Korean Gwangju. The Netherlands was in sixth place, which Concept is the Clipping in the final battle of the 4×100-meter individual medley in eighth aantikte.

This is the first time since 2009, Kromowidjojo missing out on the world cup stage, in the shortest possible distance. In 2011, 2015 and 2017, she won silver and in 2013 it was gold….

The 28-year-old Kromowidjojo started out strong from the world, but fell in the second half of the race and back. They are filled with after-24,35-seconds, which is three-tenths slower than that of the U.s. the winner and Simone Manuel (24,05).

The Swedish defending champion Sarah Sjöström won a silver medal in 24,07, and the bronze was for Cate Campbell at (24,11) in Australia. Kromowidjojo was just 0.03 seconds quicker than Saturday’s semi-finals.

The sixth-place Kromowidjojo, but winning a medal at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS. On Saturday, the penultimate day of the tournament, she won the silver medal at the 50 meters of butterfly stroke, which is a component that is not on the olympic program. In the 100-meter free and was Kromowidjojo, already in the semi-final is off.

It is a stage on the 50-meter freestyle. (Photo: Getty Images)

Clipping-in to the finale is slower than that in the series

The silver medallist at the butterfly of Kromowidjojo’s the only slice of the Dutch squad in this world cup. Specific it was a Sunday, the last Dutchman to be that a piece of was able to do this, but his eighth place in the 400-meter individual medley, he arrived in the vicinity of the stage.

It was no surprise that the 24-year-old Clipping in the final battle was. The Achterhoeker excelled Sunday morning in the series and an English record of 4.13,and 46, and, thus, did he have to be the limit for the Olympic Games next year in Tokyo, japan.

Sunday afternoon in the final battle he showed up with that record, many of the forces had gone. Clipping in was a time of 4.17,06, nearly four seconds slower. The Japanese Daiya Seto won gold in 4.08,95.

The stage of the 400-meter individual medley. (Photo: Getty Images)

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The Dutch athletes are in the Olympic Games in Tokyo

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