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The 18-year-old Popovici posted a time of 3:43.00, shaving more than three seconds off his previous best to edge 17-year-old Vlad Stancu.
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È stata una serata da record quella di mercoledì ai Campionati russi di nuoto in vasca corta che ha visto molti record nazionali cadere
Il dorsista russo Kliment Kolesnikov arricchisce la sua eredità, assicurandosi il record mondiale dei 50m dorso in vasca corta. Il video
Poland’s Witold Banka and China’s Yang Yang have each been re-elected to their second, and final, three year terms leading the global anti-doping authority.
Prior to setting a new world record in the 50 back, Kliment Kolesnikov also blasted a 20.88 50 free leading off Moscow City’s 200 free relay.
Leon Marchand helped propel the ASU men to a successful showing at the Wolfpack Invite last weekend, posting the top time in the NCAA in three events.
University of Georgia junior Jake Magahey has been added to the US roster for Short Course Worlds, replacing Trey Freeman, who declined his invite.
Kate Douglass was among the top performers of last weekend’s midseason invites, including setting a new American Record in the women’s 200 breaststroke.
Russian backstroke Kliment Kolesnikov adds to his legacy, securing the 50m back (SCM) world record after France’s Florent Manaudou had owned it for 8 years.
Jake Eccleston and Finley Anderson threw down some fast in-season times at altitude at the TOPS Denver Invite, including Eccleston’s 1:57.49 200 breast.
Kolensikov’s performance takes down the eight-year-old world record of 22.22, set by Frenchman Florent Manaudou at the 2014 Short Course World Championships.
Kliment Kolesnikov ha stabilito il nuovo Record del Mondo nei 50 metri dorso maschili in vasca corta con il tempo di 22.11
U.S. Olympian Greg Louganis is auctioning off more than fifty personal items, in hopes of inspiring others to reach their full potential.