Russia’s Kliment Kolesnikov was in a league of his own in this morning’s 100m backstroke heats. We’ll see what he has in store in tonight’s finals in Kazan.
An intense men’s 200m freestyle battle transpired in Doha where two 18-year-olds, Matt Sates of South Africa and Hwang Sunwoo of South Korea, led the way.
Check out Kyle Chalmers rip a 45.03 short course 100 freestyle at the Doha stop of the 2021 FINA World Series to become the 3rd fastest man in history.
Let’s review the key takeaways from the FINA World Cup stop in Doha, which just concluded yesterday from Hamad Aquatics Center.
Il 18enne Hwang Sunwoo ha nuotato un 1:41.17 nei 200 metri stile libero maschili (vasca corta) vincendo l’evento nella tappa di Doha
The 18-year-old Hwang out-dueled South African teenager Matt Sates, the world junior record holder in the event, on Saturday in Doha.
Australia’s Kyle Chalmers, after a record-setting 100 free on Friday, led the way in 50 fly prelims in Doha with a 22.83.
Kyle Chalmers eschewed the men’s 200 free prelims in favor of the 50 fly, where he qualified first ahead of American Tom Shields.
18-year old Hwang Sunwoo broke a South Korean Record that was previously held by the country’s best-known swimmer, Park Tae-hwan.
Dopo aver approfondito le prestazioni più rilevanti, vediamo nel dettaglio tutti i risultati delle finali del day 2 della tappa di Doha
Australia’s Kyle Chalmers headlines a loaded field in the men’s 100 free on Day 2 finals at the 2021 FINA World Cup stop in Doha.
Hwang Sunwoo si è avvicinato a quello dei 100 metri stile libero maschili nelle batterie del secondo giorno a Doha. Risultati
The 18-year-old put up a time of 47.08 to lead the likes of Jesse Puts, Kyle Chalmers and Vladimir Morozov in the men’s 100 free preliminaries.
Alla fermata della World Cup di Doha sono 6 i record coreani stabiliti nel primo giorno, guidati da Sunwoo Hwang nei 100 metri misti
Korean 18-year-old Hwang Sunwoo earned himself another national record, grabbing 100m IM bronze here in Doha in a personal best.