Tomoe Hvas on What it Means to be a Professional Athlete

2021 FINA SHORT COURSE SWIMMING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Reported by Spencer Penland.

MEN’S 100 IM – FINALS

  • World Record: 49.28 – DRESSEL Caeleb (USA) 22 NOV 2020
  • Championship Record: 50.63 – KOLESNIKOV Kliment (RSF) 14 DEC 2018
  • World Junior Record: 50.63 – KOLESNIKOV Kliment (RSF) 14 DEC 2018

Podium:

Kliment Kolesnikov established an early lead, thanks in large part to his backstroke 25. He posted the 2nd-fastest split in the field on the 2nd 50 as well (28.14), earning him his first Gold medal of the meet.

Tomoe Hvas clipped his own Norwegian Record of 51.39 from semifinals to take 2nd tonight. Italy’s Thomas Ceccon grabbed a Bronze medal, while the 200 IM champion, Daiya Seto, finished 4th in 51.46.

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Scuncan Dott
11 months ago

Jeg elsker Norge!

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