2019 MARE NOSTRUM – MONACO
- June 8-9, 2019
- Monte Carlo, Monaco
- Psych sheet
- Prize money
- Meet central
- Mare Nostrum Records
- Mare Nostrum – Monaco Records
As reported by James Sutherland.
Men’s 200 IM Final
- Mare Nostrum Record: 1:56.82, Kosuke Hagino (JPN), 2015
Mare Nostrum – Monaco Record: 1:57.79, Kosuke Hagino (JPN), 2015
Daiya Seto put on a clinic in the men’s 200 IM, out-splitting the field on all four 50s to win decisively in a time of 1:57.60. With that swim, he breaks countryman Kosuke Hagino‘s Monaco Meet Record of 1:57.79 set in 2015. His splits were: 25.03/30.09/33.69/28.79.
David Verraszto moved into second with a solid 34.24 breast leg, touching almost four seconds back of Seto in 2:01.58. Switzerland’s Noe Ponti rebounded from the slowest breast split in the field to get himself on the podium with a 28.86 final 50 for a time of 2:03.09.