2019 SWISS LONG COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Thursday, March 21st – Sunday, March 24th
- Hallenbad Buchholz, Hallenbadweg, Uster
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Following up on her impressive 200m breaststroke National Record last night in Uster, Lisa Mamié crafted a swift swim tonight in the 100m distance to take her 2nd gold of the Swiss Long Course Championships. She logged a time of 1:07.59 for the win.
After establishing herself as the woman to beat with a new meet record-setting effort of 1:08.44 in the morning, Mamié cranked things up a notch to drop under the 1:08 barrier for the first time in her career.
Splitting 31.93/35.66, Mamié’s 1:07.59 time blew away her previous lifetime best and Swiss National Record of 1:08.20 notched just earlier this month while competing at the Hi-Point Meet. Her result tonight also crushed the 1:09.14 time she logged in Glasgow to finish 26th in the event at the 2018 European Championships.
The 20-year-old’s new 1:07.59 mark easily cleared FINA B cut for World Championships and fell just .16 shy of the A cut, essentially guaranteeing her a spot on the Swiss roster for this event as well in Gwangju.
Mamié’s time situates the Limmat Zuerich swimmer as #12 in the world so far this season.