WATCH: David Popovici Swims 46.6 100 SCM Free, 23.8 Back-Half

2022 ROMANIAN SHORT COURSE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Today world record-holder David Popovici kicked off his campaign at the Romanian SCM National Champs, competing in the 100 free and hitting a new PR and Romanian national record at 46.62. The freestyle ace was out in 22.78, coming home in 23.84. This breaks Robert Glinta‘s year-old national record of 46.64 by just .02.

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VA Steve
2 months ago

Surprisingly, a little bouncy too.

John
2 months ago

It is too bad they didn’t even sell out the first rows

McG
2 months ago

Not many dolphin kicks off the walls

Hank
2 months ago

I’m no expert but the start, turns, and underwaters seemed pretty ordinary.

There's no doubt that he's tightening up
2 months ago

I shudder at the thought of Chlorine Daddy learning dirty undies

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