As We was there on Friday for the world cup langebaanzwemmen in South Korea, failed to get a medal, to capture the 100-meter free. The Netherlands come second in the finals, as six years of age. Ranomi Kromowidjojo qualified for the finals of the 50-meter butterfly Race Well won an olympic ticket on the 50-meter free.
The 31-year-old We klokte in Gwangju for a reasonable period of time from 53,05. This was the birth of Roelofarendsveense a little bit faster than in the semi-finals (53,16), but it wasn’t enough for a podium place.
The golden medal went to Simone Manuel, who aantikte in 52,04. The 22-year-old American improved, as the national best, and always kept the Australian Cate Campbell (silver 52,43), and the Swedish by Sarah Sjöström (bronze 52,46) behind it.
We still have the Dutch record in the 100-meter free with excellent tactical and technical skills) to her name. The two-time olympic medalist touched in april 2015 in Eindhoven in the 52,69.
Kromowidjojo played in the finals of the 100-meter free in action. The 28-year-old from Groningen klokte on Thursday in the semi-final battle, the overall for the ninth time, and it was just not enough to be a finalist.
As We swam in the finals for a reasonable period of time. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
Kromowidjojo to a final of 50 meters butterfly.
Kromowidjojo put herself on Friday in the 50-meter butterfly – – – – a non-olympic distance, however, for the final round. The triple olympic champion, to come second in her semi-final showdown with in-25,54, overall, the second period of time.
The only, the undisputed Sjöström was a time of 24,79 faster than Kromowidjojo, who is in the semi-final the exact same period of time, swam, as of last night (local time) in the series.
Jesse’s Pit was in the 50-meter free not in the to reach the finals. The Utrechter, which is on the world CHAMPIONSHIPS short-course from 2016, and the gold won at the distance, finishing with a time of 21,91 an overall twelfth place.
It was not enough for a place in the final battle, but it was enough for the win and a ticket to the Olympic Games in 2020 in Tokyo, japan. The 24-year-old Well in the semi-final battle, however, is faster than that in the series, in which he was to be a time of 22,16 place.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo qualified for the final of the 50 metres butterfly. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
World records in the 200 back, 100 butterfly and the 200 in a school
In the 200-meter backstroke broke the world record. In the U.s. Regan Smith (17), swam in the semi-finals for a time of 2.03,35, and, thereby, improved the global best, Melissa Franklin, came out in August of 2012. In the U.s. so, at the time, to be in 2.04,06.
Also, in the 100-meter butterfly, a record of the books, reading a book. American Caeleb Dressel reached the semi-finals with a time of 49.50 per time and improved the global best-of-Michael Phelps, 2009): 49,82.
In the finals of the 200-meter breaststroke swim-Anton Chupkov a new world record for the gold medal. The 22-year-old Russian struck at 2.06,up 12.
The world langebaanzwemmen will last until Sunday. The Dutch team of national coach Marcel Wouda picked up so far, not a medal in Gwangju.
Kromowidjojo it to the semi-finals in the 50-meter butterfly at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS