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Australian Swimming Championships, Day #3

 

men's 200m IM
Mitchell Larkin, 1.56.83 :hatoff:
Matthew Wilson, 1.59.41


women's 200m free  :hyper:
Ariarne Titmus, 1.54.30  :yikes::hairpull:
Emma McKeown, 1.56.00
Madison Wilson, 1.56.69
Brianna throssel, 1.56.91


women's 50m backstroke
Kaylee McKeown, 27.65
Minna Atherton, 28.03


men's 100m breaststroke
Matthew Wilson, 59.67 :hatoff:
Zac Stubblety-Cook, 1.00.20


women's 1500m free :facepalm:
Bianca Crisp, 16.49.94
Jessica Mouatt, 16.52.30

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Danish Open Recap

 

Qualfied athletes to the WC after Danish Open:

 

Women’s 100m free – Signe Bro, 54.34

Women’s 50m fly – Emilie Beckmann, 25.89; Jeanette Ottesen, 26.25

Men’s 1500m free – Alexander Norgaard, 14:55.56; Anton Ipsen, 14:58.09

Men’s 400m IM – Anton Ipsen, 4:16.34

Men’s 800m free – Anton Ipsen, 7:49.64

Men’s 100m breast – Tobias Bjerg, 59.17* National Record (prelims), 59.46

Men’s 50m breast – Tobias Bjerg, 27.28* National Record

 

 

Non-qualified Danish swimmers will have a last shot at Stockholm Open,which starts on April 12th, to qualify for the upcoming WC. 

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Australian Swimming Championships, Day #4 :nopompom:

 

women's 200m backstroke
Minna Atherton, 2.11.18
Calypso Sheridan, 2.11.23


men's 200m free :mumble: :nopompom:
Kyle Chalmers, 1.46.30
Elijah Winnington, 1.46.91
Clyde Lewis, 1.47.92
Ash Brinkworth, 1.48.77


men's 400m IM
Mitchell Larkin, 4.14.62
Brendon Smith, 4.14.91


women's 200m breaststroke
Jenna Strauch, 2.24.88
Abbey Harkin, 2.25.12


women's 50m free
Cate Campbell, 24.30 :mumble:
Shayna Jack, 24.38
Bronte Campbell, 24.51

Edited by phelps

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Australian Swimming Championships, Day #5

 

men's 50m backstroke
William Yang, 24.98
Mitchell Larkin, 25.06


women's 400m free
Ariarne Titmus, 3.59.66  :yikes::hyper:
Mikayla Messer, 4.11.91


men's 50m breaststroke
Louis Townsend, 27.72
Jake Packard, 27.82


women's 200m fly
Laura Taylor, 2.08.94
Brittany Castelluzzo, 2.09.55


women's 50m breaststroke
Jessica Hansen, 30.82
Chelsea Hodges, 31.12

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Australian Swimming Championships, Day #6 (Final) :mumble::nopompom:

 

men's 50m free
Kyle Chalmers, 22.07
William Stockwell, 22.29


women's 200m IM
Calypso Sheridan, 2.11.53
Abbey Harkin, 2.12.26


men's 200m backstroke
Mitchell Larkin, 1.56.22
Tristan Hollard, 1.57.17


women's 100m backstroke
Minna Atherton, 59.71
Kaylee McKeown, 59.88


men's 200m fly
Nicholas Brown, 1.56.50
Bowen Gough, 1.56.73


women's 50m fly
Holly Barratt, 25.91
Cate Campbell, 26.03


men's 1500m free  :facepalm: :sleep:
Joshua Parris, 15.15.53
Ben Roberts, 15.15.66

 

 

overall, very disappointing champs, with only a few names (C.Campbell, Chalmers, Larkin, Wilson and, above all, Titmus) and races (basically, those where the previously named swimmers performed at their best) that's worth watching...

in particular, without Horton at the start, apart the flashy 400m free from the young Winnington (nomen omen?), it's really sad to see how bad is the men's freestyle middle and long distance swimming of the Country that made it great in the past decades...

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top action from the Stockholm stage of the Nordic Swimming Tour...

 

men's 100m breast: :DEN Tobias Bjerg, 59.50

men's 200m breast: :SWE Erik Persson, 2.08.75; :GER Marco Koch, 2.08.80

men's 200m free: :GER Poul Zellmann, 1.46.89; :LTU Danas Rapsys, 1.47.02
women's 200m free: :SWE Sarah Sjostrom, 1.55.39; :HUN Katinka Hosszu, 1.57.18
women's 50m fly: :SWE Sarah Sjostrom, 25.34; :DEN Emilie Beckmann, 25.85
women's 100m fly: :SWE Sarah Sjostrom, 56.69; :GER Angelina Kohler, 57.85

women's 400m IM: :HUN Katinka Hosszu, 4.33.06

women's 100m back: :HUN Katinka Hosszu, 59.95

women's 200m fly: :HUN Katinka Hosszu, 2.07.18

women's 200m IM: :HUN Katinka Hosszu, 2.09.76
women's 50m free: :SWE Sarah Sjostrom, 23.91
women's 100m free: :SWE Sarah Sjostrom, 52.76; :SWE Michelle Coleman, 53.63

men's 400m free: :GER Florian Wellbrock, 3.45.59 (Rapsys & Christiansen @ 3.46 "high")

men's 800m free: :UKR Mykhaylo Romanchuk, 7.42.49; :GER Florian Wellbrock, 7.43.03; :NOR Henrik Christiansen, 7.45.11
men's 1500m free: :GER Florian Wellbrock, 14.42.91; :CZE Jan Micka, 14.48.52; :NOR Henrik Christiansen, 14.49.52
women's 800m free: :GER Sara Kohler, 8.25.65; :GER Leonie Beck, 8.25.99

 

Edited by phelps

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Brazilian championship tomorrow. Every relevant south american swimmer from the other nations will also be there. Maybe we will see some qualifications.

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Just now, LDOG said:

Brazilian championship tomorrow. Every relevant south american swimmer from the other nations will also be there. Maybe we will see some qualifications.

 

please, feel free to post all the most relevant results here...;)

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2 hours ago, phelps said:

top action from the Stockholm stage of the Nordic Swimming Tour...

 

men's 200m breast: :SWE Erik Persson, 2.07.85 (NR)
women's 200m free: :SWE Michelle Coleman, 1.55.64; :HUN Katinka Hosszu, 1.57.01
women's 50m fly: :SWE Sarah Sjostrom, 24.96
women's 100m fly: :SWE Sarah Sjostrom, 56.26
men's 400m IM: :HUN David Verrasto, 4.10.21
women's 50m free: :SWE Sarah Sjostrom, 23.83 (NR); :DEN Pernille Blume, 24.15
women's 100m free: :SWE Sarah Sjostrom, 52.54; :SWE Michelle Coleman, 53.38
men's 1500m free: :GER Florian Wellbrock, 14.42.91; :CZE Jan Micka, 14.48.52; :NOR Henrik Christiansen, 14.49.52
also worth mentioning, :LTU Danas Rapsys with 54.5 and 1.57 over the men's backstroke distances and 1.47.01 over 200m free; :GER Philip Heintz with 1.57 over the men's 200m IM and :GER Sara Kohler with 4.06 and 8.25 over the women's 400m and 800m free...

 

I think you got many of the times wrong (you probably looked at the meet records):

200 breast: I think Person won in 2:08.xxx

400 IM: I think Fraser-Holmes won in 4.14.xx

50 free: Sjöstrom won, but i think the time was a bit slower

100 free: The final will be tonight

200 IM: Heintz won in 1:58.xx

400 free: Beck won with 4:07.xx, Köhler had 4:09.xx and the 800 free final will be tonight

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What amazing Men's 800m in Stockholm, I didn't expect this times :bowdown:

Edited by Gianlu33

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