Sjostrom Entered In This Week’s 2023 Swim Open Stockholm


  • Thursday, April 13th – Sunday, April 16th
  • Stockholm, Sweden
  • LCM (50m)
  • World Championships Qualifier
  • Entries/Results

The 2023 Swim Open Stockholm begins on Thursday with Swedish mainstays taking on visiting athletes from Finland, the United States, Germany, Israel and beyond.

The meet represents an opportunity for swimmers to qualify for this summer’s World Championships so we are ready for some swift times across both the men’s and women’s events.

As for the host nation, Olympic champion Sarah Sjostrom is indeed entered, alongside countrymates Michelle Coleman, Louise Hansson and Sophie Hansson.

29-year-old Sjostrom last raced long course during the Giant Open trio of meets in France last month. Along the way she produced times of 24.10 in the 50m free, 25.25 in the 50m fly, 28.70 in the 50m back and 53.44 in the 100m free.

The U.S. has a contingent out of England’s Loughborough University set to compete in Stockholm, including Paige Madden and Catie DeLoofTraining mate Felix Auboeck of Austria is also expected to race.

French World Championships multi-medalist Maxime Grousset is set to represent France at this meet while Ukraine’s freestyle ace Mykhailo Romanchuk is also entered.

Key Entrants

  • Austria – Christopher Rothbauer, Felix Auboeck, Lena Grabowski, Valentin Bayer
  • Colombia – Omar Pinzon
  • Czech Republic – Tomar Franta
  • Denmark – Signe Bro, Rasmus Nickelsen
  • Egypt – Farida Osman
  • Estonia – Daniel Zaitsev, Enneli Jefimova
  • Finland – Matti Mattson, Jenna Laukkanen, Ida Hulkko
  • France – Maxime Grousset
  • Germany – Marco Koch, Laura Riedemann, Ramon Klenz, Lucas Matzerath
  • Great Britain – Max Litchfield
  • Israel – Yakov Toumarkin
  • Lithuania – Danas Rapsys
  • Norway – Henrik Christiansen, Markus Lie
  • Sweden – Sarah Sjostrom, Louise Hansson, Sophie Hansson, Michelle coleman

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Scuncan Dott v2
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