2020 Sette Colli Trophy: Lisa Mamie Topples Swiss Record #2


While competing on day 3 of the 2020 Sette Colli Trophy, 21-year-old Lisa Mamie clocked a new Swiss national record in the women’s 200m breast.

Firing off a time of 2:24.27, Mamie dropped .20 from her own lifetime best and previous Swiss mark of 2:24.47 logged at the 2019 FINA World Aquatic Championships.

Splits for Mamie’s performance tonight included 1:10.44/1:13.83. Splits from her previous Gwangju performance included an opening 100m of 1:09.76 and a back half of 1:14.71.

Mamie took the gold in this 200m breast to double up on her 100m breast victory earlier at this Sette Colli Trophy. Her 100m breast was a also a new national record, with Mamie’s time of 1:06.60 making her the first woman ever from her nation to delve into the sub-1:07 territory in the race.

As originally reported:


Sette Colli Record – Yuliya Efimova (RUS), 2:20.72 2018
Italian Record – Ilaria Scarcella, 2:23.32 2009

  • GOLD – Lisa Mamie (SUI) 2:24.27 *National Record
  • SILVER – Martina Carraro (ITA) 2:25.67
  • BRONZE – Fransesca Fangio (ITA) 2:25.74

Following up on her individual 100m breast national record already logged here in Rome, Swiss swimmer Lisa Mamie made it happen in this 2breast race as well.

Touching in a time of 2:24.27, Mamie sliced .20 off of her own Swiss standard of 2:24.47 she produced at the 2019 FINA World Aquatic Championships. That time from Gwangju 21-year-old in 10th place out of the semi-finals.

Runner-up tonight went to Martina Carrarowith her effort tonight of 2:25.67 checking in as a new lifetime best. Her time overtakes her previous PB of 2:25.96 she logged in Riccione last year for the Italian national title.

Francesca Fangio was next in line on the medal stand this evening in 2:25.74, the 4th fastest time of her career.

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1 year ago

It is in fact record #3, as the 50 breast yesterday bettered her own national record, too…

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