Sjöström beat Kromowidjojo in Eindhoven in world record
Sarah Sjöström has Friday at the world cup short-course in Eindhoven for the second time in little more than a week’s time a world record swim in the 100 meter free stroke. The Swedish remained Ranomi Kromowidjojo in the netherlands.
Sjöström tapped in the Pieter van den Hoogenband swim stadium after 50,58 seconds. Thus was the 23-year-old Swedish nineteen hundredths faster than the personal best that she last Thursday at the world cup in Moscow klokte.
Until last week, it was the world record in the 100 free short-course on name of Australian Cate Campbell, who in november 2015 to 50,91 came.
Campbell ended Friday as the third in 51,75, still behind Kromowidjojo. Born in Groningen, swam in its home game to the second place in 51,19. Thus she continued in 0,05 seconds above her Dutch record of last week in Moscow.
Femke Heemskerk posted a time of 52,08 and thus became fourth, while Kim Bush as the seventh ended in 53,41.
✨ WORLD RECORD, SARAH SJOSTROM ✨
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Time of placing
17:16 – August 11, 2017
Sjöström has been for weeks in absolute top form. The Nordic picked up two weeks ago at the world cup excellent tactical and technical skills in Budapest gold medal in the 50 free and the 50 and 100 metres butterfly. On the 50 and 100 free, swam a world record.
At the world cup in Moscow improved Sjöström also the world record in the 50 metres freestyle (short-course), already grabbed Kromowidjojo that Monday in Berlin.
The 26-year-old Kromowidjojo announced Thursday at the press conference prior to the World Cup in Eindhoven, that they are still up and with the Olympic Summer games of 2020 in Tokyo, continuing on with swimming.
The triple olympic champion swims Saturday on the final day in Eindhoven in the 50 meter butterfly.
Kyle Stolk captured bronze in the 100 metres individual medley. The 21-year-old Dutchman did with a time of 52,18 only Kenneth from hong Kong (51,95) and the Russian winner Vladimir Morozov (50,70) for them to tolerate.
In the 100-meter backstroke for women was the bronze to the Netherlands. Kira Toussaint sat in with a time of 2.07,43, however, far behind the world Katinka Hosszu, from Hungary, (2.00,05) and the Australian Emily Seebohm (2.01,15).