The 2020 Sette Colli Trophy ended on the highest of notes, as Italian Gregorio Paltrinieri busted out a new European Record en route to 1500m free gold.
We’re entering the final day of competition at this 2020 Sette Colli, which has been one thrilling string of races here in Rome.
Belgian 15-year-old Roos Vanotterdijk got it done for gold in the women’s 100m fly, producing a lifetime best 58.30 in the process.
The host nation of Italy saw a big record bite the dust here on the final day of Sette Colli, with Alberto Razzetti taking down the men’s 200m IM mark.
Valentine Dumont cleared her 2nd national record of this Sette Colli Trophy, as the Belgian free ace took silver in the 200 distance this evening in Rome.
While competing on day 3 of the 2020 Sette Colli Trophy, 21-year-old Lisa Mamie clocked a new Swiss national record in the women’s 200m breast.
Competing on day 3 of the 2020 Sette Colli Trophy, 19-year-old Thomas Ceccon cranked out a new Italian Age Record for the Cadet level in the men’s 50m fly.
Day 2 of the 2020 Sette Colli Trophy saw 15-year-old Benedetta Pilato power her way to a new lifetime best and World Junior Record in the women’s 50m breast.
While competing on day 1 of the 2020 Sette Colli Trophy, 15-year-old Benedetta Pilato set a new World Junior Record mark of 29.85 in the 50m breast.
Italy’s 200 fly ace Federico Burdisso will be in the water on day 2 of this year’s Sette Colli Trophy, which doubles as the national championships.
In his first meet since arriving as his decision to return to the Netherlands, Nyls Korstanje ripped a new Dutch national record in the men’s 50m fly.
Lithuania’s Danas Rapsys came, swam and conquered his one individual event of the 200m free at the 2020 Lithuanian Sprint Cup.
Remember the name of Josif Miladinov, the 17-year-old Bulgarian flyer who is already faster than Ian Crocker, Luca Urlando and more.
Tonight’s women’s 400m free event at the 2020 Sette Colli Trophy saw 17-year-old Giulia Salin get to the wall first in a big-time swim of 4:07.70.
Competing on day 1 of the 2020 Sette Colli Trophy, visiting Swiss swimmer Lisa Mamie made things happen in the women’s 100m breaststroke event.