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2020 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE: MATCH 3

reported by Ben Dornan.

WOMEN’S 100 FLY

The top 2 finishers in this 100 fly were both rookies, as Toronto Titans’ Louise Hansson got it done for 10.0 points, jackpotting Aqua’s Haley Black for 1 point. The NCAA 100 fly record holder narrowly touched out a charging Tokyo Frog King member is Suzuka Hasegawa, who wrangled up 6 points of her own.

Hasegawa hit a time tonight of 56.51 to Hansson’s 56.45, with Hasegawa faster at last weekend’s JPN SC Championships in 56.39.

In this event, Sarah Sjostrom still owns the fastest time of the league thus far with a match #1 time of 56.00, showing that ENS is the team to beat now that we’ve seen all of the teams.

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