Il ceco Jan Sefl stabilisce il record nazionale nei 100 metri farfalla maschili e si qualifica per la prima Olimpiade a 30 anni
30-year old Jan Sefl has represented his country internationally on many occasions, but his Olympic “A” cut on Friday gives him a shot at his first Olympics.
After breaking 5 SCM national records during ISL Season 2, 17-year-old Israeli Anastasia Gorbenko broke her first LCM national record in the 200 BK (2:10.86).
Sweden’s Louise Hansson improved her 100 fly PB from 57.10 to a 56.73 this evening, which ranks 5th in European history and 13th all-time.
Yohann Ndoye Brouard just added his name to the Olympic consideration list in the men’s 100m back, becoming the 3rd fastest Frenchman ever in the process.
Czech swimmers got some racing in earlier this month, taking part in a short course competition in Znojmo. The filed included Euro Jr medalist Adam Hloben.
World Championships-bound Jan Micka, Barbora Seemanova and Simona Kubova putting up some solid performances at the Czech Republic Summer Championships.
Czech swimmer Jan Sefl concluded the 2019 Vienna International Swim Meet with a gold in the men’s 50m fly.
The Vienna International Swim Meet will double as the Viennese Long Course Championships this year, while the competition also serves as a FINA qualifying meet for this summer’s World Championships.
American Justin Lynch has scratched out of the men’s 50 fly semis on day 1 of the World University Games.
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Barbora Zavadova will lead a team of 22 Czech’s heading to the European Championships in London, UK.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo finished off the 2015 Indian Ocean Championships with wins in the 50 fly and the 100 free. Dutch teammate Heemskerk took the 200 back, and Jan Sefl jumped into the world rankings by winning the 50 fly.
The 27th Indian Ocean Championships will take place in Reunion from Monday, December 28 through Wednesday, December 30, 2015, and feature international stars such as Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Femke Heemskerk.
Gunes set her third national mark of the week, and could go even lower tonight.