Kamminga Would Rather Race Adam Peaty Head On Than Win World Title Without Him

2022 MARE NOSTRUM TOUR

Reported by Loretta Race.

MEN’S 200 BREAST – FINAL

Arno Kamminga of the Netherlands nabbed the men’s 200m breast victory here in a time much quicker than Monaco.

Just days ago the 26-year-old national record holder put up a time of 2:10.91 at the first stop while he was 2:08.65 here to beat out a pair of Japanese swimmers.

Racing on the Mare Nostrum Tour for the first time in 3 years, the Japanese squad brought many members who will be representing the nation next month in Budapest. Two of those swimmers are Yu Hanaguruma and Ryuya Mura, who finished with the silver and bronze, respectively here.

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junglecat
1 month ago

You can’t not like this guy. He’s a bright figure with pure class.

hzmusicswim
1 month ago

Wow first time I’ve seen an interview with him. Such a respectful individual and so clearly has respect and admiration for his competition. Was already a huge fan, even more so now

Stephen
1 month ago

57..6 will be enough to nab gold.

Khachaturian
1 month ago

now kiss

Matthew
1 month ago

What time do you think he will do in 100 final at world’s? Surely no one can defeat him?

Owlmando
1 month ago

Love that

Michael Andrew #1
1 month ago

Andrew will beat both

swimfast
Reply to  Michael Andrew #1
1 month ago

im legit curious to hear how you figure this…

Last edited 1 month ago by swimfast
Notanyswimmer
1 month ago

*than win

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