Si sono conclusi i Campionati russi con molte prestazioni degne di nota anche nell’ultima giornata. L classifica completa
Ilya Shymanovich nei 50 rana e Ilia Borodin nei 400 misti hanno realizzato i tempi più veloci al mondo ai Campionati russi di Kazan
In the 400 IM, European Record holder Ilya Borodin put up a time of 3:58.08, making him the first man sub-4:00 in the world this year.
The men’s 100 breaststroke podium featured Ilya Shymanovich, Nicolò Martinenghi, and Nic Fink. See the rest of the medalists here.
The Russian Swimming Federation and the United States each touched in 1:30.51 to take co-gold medley relay gold here on day 5 in Abu Dhabi.
Pavel Samusenko scored a new lifetime best in the men’s 100m backstroke en route to taking the Russian short cousrse national title.
Dopo aver approfondito le prestazioni più significative, riportiamo tutti i podi del primo giorno di finali della quarta tappa della FINA WC
Kyle Chalmers comes into Day 2 finals aiming to erase the 13-year-old world record of 44.94 in the men’s 100 freestyle, having clocked 45.03 last week.
Team Iron will have a high ceiling this year as the likes of Hosszu, Kromowidjojo, and Sakci meet newcomers Milak, Richards, and Seemanova.
Ilya Shymanovich abbassa il suo stesso record nazionale Bielorusso nei 50 metri rana e sale al quinto posto all time nella distanza.
Evgeny Rylov will look to make the Russian Olympic team on Monday in the men’s 100 backstroke, where he’ll battle head-to-head with Kliment Kolesnikov.
Arina Surkova followed up her 100 butterfly victory by claiming the top spot int he women’s 50 fly prelims on Day 3 of the Russian Olympic Trials.
Kirill Prigoda comes in as the top seed in the men’s 100 breaststroke on Day 2 of the 2021 Russian Olympic Trials.
Kolesnikov set the world record in the men’s 50 backstroke at the 2018 European Championships in a time of 24.00.
Oleg Kostin logged a time of 22.82 in the men’s 50m fly to take gold ahead of newly-minted World Junior Record holder Andrei Minakov.