Race Video – Godsoe Takes 50 Backstroke at Tokyo FINA World Cup

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Via Universal Sports:

2013, Tokyo, Japan, FINA Swimming World Cup, Eugene Godsoe (USA) picks up his second win in the Men’s 50m Backstroke this season, posting the fastest time this year at 23.07 seconds.

Via SwimSwam Jeff Grace – coverage of 50 backstroke

American Eugene Godsoe was able to out do Australian Robert Hurley in a sprint backstroke event for the second evening in a row. Godsoe took the event in a time of 23.07 which is the second fastest time swum in the world this year next to Frenchman Jeremy Stravius who has posted a 22.99.

Hurley won his second silver medal of the evening touching in a time of 23.23 followed by Guilherme Guido of Brazil who recorded a 23.31.

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