Kromowidjojo to the semi-finals 50 butterfly, estafettemannen to final
Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Maaike de Waard have Friday qualified for the semi-finals of the 50 metres butterfly at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS excellent tactical and technical skills in Budapest. The men placed the Dutch estafetteploeg on the 4×200 meters free battle to qualify for the final. Jesse Puts was eliminated in the 50 free.
Kromowidjojo was in Hungary to a time of € 25.74, that they are the fastest in its series and shared fifth overall. The Worth was in her series, sixth and fourteenth in total in 26,03
The semi-finals of the 50 butterfly are Friday night at the program. The final battle of the non-olympic number follows Saturday.
The 26-year-old Kromowidjojo will take place on Friday in addition to a medal in the final of the 100 metres, the distance at which they are in 2012 olympic champion. She comes on Saturday also still out on the 50 free.
“I’ll take the 50 butterfly, very seriously,” said Kromowidjojo after her race in the NIS. “This morning it was a matter of a lap further and just swim.”
“It’s also a nice ‘wake-up swim for the finals in the 100 free. Then I’m going to now focus. It’s bizarre, so hard and there it all is swum is here. Anything can happen, I’m going to do this fight later.”
The final on the most publicized showdown in the women’s at half past six, later in the evening, follow the semi-finals of the 50 metres butterfly. “I think I also got the final results. If you always have a chance.”
Day 14 of the world swimming CHAMPIONSHIPS
Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Maaike de Waard have Friday qualified for the semi-finals of the 50 metres butterfly at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS excellent tactical and technical skills in Budapest.
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Kromowidjojo was in Hungary to a time of € 25.74, that they are the fastest in its series and shared fifth overall.
The semi-finals of the 50 butterfly are Friday night at the program.
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The Dutch men on the 4×200 meters free battle reached convincingly to the final. Kyle Stolk, Ferry Weertman, Stan Pijnenburg, Maarten Brzokowski were second in the second heat and klokten in total, the fourth time: 7.09,22.
The Australians were the fastest; 7.05,68. Also the British and the Russians were faster. The Americans were seventh through to the finals, where they have a stronger team will take office.
Stolk swam a personal record: 1.47,45. The final battle is for Friday night on the program.
Puts suggested Friday disappoint on the 50 meters free stroke. The 22-year-old Utrechter, which in the 50 free world champion is on the short-course, klokte 22,28 and thus became the eighth in the series and 21st in total. The best sixteen swimmers qualified for the semi-final battle in Hungary.
About half a year ago stuntte Puts at the world cup short-course in the Canadian Windsor still in 21,81 the Dutch record from Pieter van den Hoogenband from the books to swim and the gold to grab it.
The 21-year-old Mathys Goosen came in the 100 butterfly to a time of 52,12, that he was just next to a halvefinaleticket grip. Despite his personal record, he was seventeenth in total.
World champion Puts understands nothing of early elimination on 50 free