I record del mondo stabiliti durante la serie del Mare Nostrum Tour sono sette. Il primo fu di Alexander Popov, l’ultimo di Therese Alshammar
In almost 30 years, seven world records have been set in Monte Carlo, Canet and Barcelona, with Sweden’s Therese Alshammar the last to do so in 2007.
Katie Ledecky “only” needs to win two individual events in Tokyo to move to #2 all-time in individual golds.
Britta Steffen set the World Record in the 50 freestyle at the 2009 World Championships in Rome when she took a massive 0.23 off of the four-month-old mark.
After winning three golds at the 2000 Olympics, the Netherlands’s Inge de Bruijn won her first world title at the 2001 World Championships in Fukoka, Japan.
Inge de Bruijn went on an unparalleled tear in May of 2000, setting five world records in a nine-day span and setting up for an almost-unbeatable two years.
Sarah Sjöström set a world record at just 15, but her next few years were left in this shadow, only for her career to explode into elite status.
Amy Tang hit three personal best times at the Husky Invite, including a 48.34 in the 100 freestyle to rank her 10th all-time in the girls’ 15-16 age group.
Gelsenkirchen 1991, prima edizione dei Campionati Europei di vasca corta che allora prevedevano solo le gare dei 50, i 100 misti e le staffette
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