2016 FINA WORLD CUP – TOKYO
- Tuesday, October 25th-Wednesday, October 26th
- Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center, Tokyo
- Prelims 10.00 AM, Finals 7.30 PM, local time
- Point Standings After Cluster 2
- Money Lists After Cluster 2
- Live Stream (FINA TV)
Ikee popped a 25.73 in the 50 fly to out-pace the entire field save for champion Jeanette Ottesen of Denmark (25.05), becoming the first recognized female junior to break 26 seconds in this event. The previous record, according to FINA (who put SCM WJR’s into effect at the beginning of 2015), belonged to Russian Elizaveta Permiakova at 26.05 from last November.
In the 100 IM, Ikee again beat the entire final except for one– Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu. Ikee posted a 58.24, ahead of the FINA-implemented ‘WORLD BEST TIME,’ to set the WJR in that event as well. Read more about short course meters WJR’s, and how one can break them, here.
All-in-all, the sprint starlet comes away from the Tokyo stop of the FINA World Tour with three WJR’s:
RIKAKO IKEE WJR’S
- 100 SCM FLY – 56.42
- 50 SCM FLY – 25.73
- 100 SCM IM – 58.24
- 50 LCM FREE – 24.67
- 50 LCM FLY – 25.50
WJR’s from this week are in bold*
Ikee adds to her 50 free WJR in long course, giving her a total of five individual WJR’s– all in 2016.