After winning the men’s 50 fly earlier in the meet, Italy’s Thomas Ceccon, the World Record holder in the 100 back, will be eyeing Gold in the men’s 50 back.
Lidon Munoz will represent Spain at the 2022 Mediterranean Games, not the World Championships. In 2018, she won 3 silver and 2 bronze medals at this event.
The top earner in Monaco was Hungarian Katinka Hosszu, who picked up €1,450 (~$1,771.05 USD) from placing top three in six of her eight events.
Having already qualified for the 400 IM this summer, Joan Pons will have a shot tonight at securing a second event in the form of the 200 IM.
Olympic champion in the women’ s200 fly, Mireia Belmonte of Spain, is among those elite heading to Portugal August 14th-16th.
This will mark the first international meet with Spanish representation since the COVID-19 pandemic caused a lockdown in the nation.