Race Video: Coutts wins 100 IM, Beijing World Cup, 58.08

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Women’s 100 IM – Beijing FINA World Cup – reported by SwimSwam / Jared Anderson:

After finishing second to Katinka Hosszu in Singapore and tying her for the win in Tokyo Australian Alicia Coutts was able to pick up her first outright victory in the 100 IM winning the event in a time of 58.08. Alia Atkinson collected her second medal of the evening winning the silver in a time of 58.71.

It looks like the final night of the 2013 World Cup may be a night where a gold medal will elude Hosszu who picked up her third bronze of the evening.

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