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Top 8 times this year of athletes who will compete at the Olympics (to the best of my knowledge):   In events, where Someone ranked in the top 8 might not compete, I also included the 9th ra

I'm still shocked lol  Hafnaoui 

Studio host on Dutch NOS asking former swimmer Johan Kenkhuis (the expert on TV here): "Is it right that someone like this suddenly becomes Olympic champion?"    

:POL swimming team for Olympics have been announced by our swimming federation. Team consists of 23 swimmers, 9 swimmers had OQT times for individual races, 7 will start in indivdual races thanks OST and being part of relays, 7 remaining swimmers will take part only in relays.

 

Women's

(with OQT)

  • Laura Bernat (200m backstroke)
  • Katarzyna Wasick (50, 100m freestyle)

(with OST)

  • Alicja Tchórz (100m freestyle)
  • Aleksandra Polańska (200m freestyle)
  • Paulina Peda (100m backstroke, 100m butterfly)

(members of relays only)

  • Kornelia Fiedkiewicz
  • Dominika Kossakowska

 

Men's 

(with OQT)

  • Krzysztof Chmielewski (200m butterfly)
  • Konrad Czerniak (50m freestyle)
  • Paweł Juraszek (50m freestyle)
  • Radosław Kawęcki (200m backstroke)
  • Paweł Korzeniowski (100m butterfly)
  • Jakub Majerski (100m butterfly)
  • Jakub Skierka (200m backstroke)

(with OST)

  • Jan Kozakiewicz (100m breaststroke)
  • Jakub Kraska (100m freestyle)
  • Kacper Stokowski (100m backstroke)

(members of relays only)

  • Jan Hołub
  • Kacper Majchrzak
  • Karol Ostrowski
  • Bartosz Piszczorowicz  
  • Kamil Sieradzki

 

The team have yet to be officaly confirmed by NOC, but seems there won't be any changes.

 

The biggest "loss" is fact that our best 400/800m freestyle swimmer Wojciech Wojdak didn't managed to qualify :( 

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Same question for swimming as for gymnastics (among others), I don't think there is an actual detailed time schedule available anywhere? For European championships we usually get something like this:

 

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Which is rather useful in planning what to watch, but for the Olympics so far all I see is some general schedule that says the whole session is from xx.xx until yy.yy and events X, Y and Z are in the session. That's not nearly as good, hence I'm looking for something like we have at European championships.

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1 minute ago, heywoodu said:

Same question for swimming as for artistic swimming (among others), I don't think there is an actual detailed time schedule available anywhere? For European championships we usually get something like this:

 

2mvwp1D.png

 

Which is rather useful in planning what to watch, but for the Olympics so far all I see is some general schedule that says the whole session is from xx.xx until yy.yy and events X, Y and Z are in the session. That's not nearly as good, hence I'm looking for something like we have at European championships.

I believe that we will have an update about it in a few days

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Tokyo schedule on totallympics.com has all the details you need (at least finals and semis).

Someone has done a really good job here.

 

And detailed swimming schedule is attached to this post (finals and semis). Files like that were available here some time ago as well.

 

Tokyo 2020 OG Event Schedule_SWM_v2.04.pdf

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5 hours ago, heywoodu said:

Same question for swimming as for gymnastics (among others), I don't think there is an actual detailed time schedule available anywhere? For European championships we usually get something like this:

 

2mvwp1D.png

 

Which is rather useful in planning what to watch, but for the Olympics so far all I see is some general schedule that says the whole session is from xx.xx until yy.yy and events X, Y and Z are in the session. That's not nearly as good, hence I'm looking for something like we have at European championships.

Hi, I believe this link will help you a lot :) But sadly, no detailed schedule for swimming preliminaries is available (my guess is FINA has no clue about the number of heats)

 

https://totallympics.com/qualification-tracker/tokyo2020/tokyo-2020-schedule-by-sport/

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47 minutes ago, Matej said:

Hi, I believe this link will help you a lot :) But sadly, no detailed schedule for swimming preliminaries is available (my guess is FINA has no clue about the number of heats)

 

https://totallympics.com/qualification-tracker/tokyo2020/tokyo-2020-schedule-by-sport/

Thank you! For the heats, like you said, it's not different, but for the final/semifinal sessions that is exactly what I was looking for :bowdown: 

 

Out of simple curiousity, where did you find those times? Both IOC and FINA didn't seem to have them anywhere :d 

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24 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

Out of simple curiousity, where did you find those times? Both IOC and FINA didn't seem to have them anywhere :d

A while ago it was one of the NOCs that had published pdfs with these times on their website and I also think those files appeared on this forum. But now I can't find them anymore online ?

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The :HUN Swimming Olympic team

 

Open Water (2)

  • Kristóf Rasovszky
  • Anna Olasz

 

Men (21)

  • Péter Bernek - 400 medley
  • Richárd Bohus - 100 back, 4x100 medley
  • László Cseh - 200 medley
  • Gergely Gyurta - 1500 free
  • Balázs Holló - 4x200 free
  • Péter Holoda - 4x100 medley
  • Dávid Horváth - 100 breast, 200 breast (not official yet, OST)
  • Ákos Kalmár - 800 free, 1500 free
  • Tamás Kenderesi - 200 fly
  • Benedek Kovács - 4x100 mix medley
  • Dominik Kozma - 200 free, 4x100 free, 4x200 free
  • Hubert Kós - 200 medley, 4x100 medley
  • Maxim Lobanovszkij - 50 free
  • Richárd Márton - 4x100 mix medley
  • Kirstóf Milák - 100 fly, 200 fly, 4x100 free, 4x200 free
  • Nándor Németh - 100 free, 200 free, 4x100 free, 4x200 free
  • Szebasztián Szabó - 100 free, 100 butterfly, 4x100 free
  • Tamás Takács - 4x100 medley
  • Ádám Telegdy - 100 back, 200 back
  • Dávid Verrasztó - 400 medley
  • Gábor Zombori - 400 free, 4x200 free

 

Women (15)

  • Eszter Békési - 200 breast
  • Katalin Burián - 100 back, 200 back
  • Fanni Fábián - 200 free, 4x200 free (not official yet, OST)
  • Fanni Gyurinovics - 4x100 mix medley
  • Petra Halmai - 4x100 mix medley
  • Katinka Hosszú - 200 back, 200 fly, 200 medley, 400 medley
  • Zsuzsanna Jakabos - 4x200 free
  • Boglárka Kapás - 200 fly, 4x200 free
  • Ajna Késely - 400 free, 800 free, 1500 free, 4x200 free
  • Viktória Mihályvári-Farkas - 1500 free, 400 medley
  • Dalma Sebestyén - 100 fly, 200 medley
  • Petra Senánszky - 50 free, 100 free (not official yet, OST)
  • Anna Sztankovics - 100 breast (not official yet, OST)
  • Laura Veres - 4x200 free
  • Evelyn Verrasztó - 4x200 free

 

Overall 38 Hungarian swimmers in Tokyo, largest Hungarian team ever in this sport IF the 4 swimmers with OSTs will qualify, which I think is very likely. 

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On 21/06/2021 at 17:26, Vektor said:

The :HUN Swimming Olympic team

 

Open Water (2)

  • Kristóf Rasovszky
  • Anna Olasz

 

Men (21)

  • Péter Bernek - 400 medley
  • Richárd Bohus - 100 back, 4x100 medley
  • László Cseh - 200 medley
  • Gergely Gyurta - 1500 free
  • Balázs Holló - 4x200 free
  • Péter Holoda - 4x100 medley
  • Dávid Horváth - 100 breast, 200 breast (not official yet, OST)
  • Ákos Kalmár - 800 free, 1500 free
  • Tamás Kenderesi - 200 fly
  • Benedek Kovács - 4x100 mix medley
  • Dominik Kozma - 200 free, 4x100 free, 4x200 free
  • Hubert Kós - 200 medley, 4x100 medley
  • Maxim Lobanovszkij - 50 free
  • Richárd Márton - 4x100 mix medley
  • Kirstóf Milák - 100 fly, 200 fly, 4x100 free, 4x200 free
  • Nándor Németh - 100 free, 200 free, 4x100 free, 4x200 free
  • Szebasztián Szabó - 100 free, 100 butterfly, 4x100 free
  • Tamás Takács - 4x100 medley
  • Ádám Telegdy - 100 back, 200 back
  • Dávid Verrasztó - 400 medley
  • Gábor Zombori - 400 free, 4x200 free

 

Women (15)

  • Eszter Békési - 200 breast
  • Katalin Burián - 100 back, 200 back
  • Fanni Fábián - 200 free, 4x200 free (not official yet, OST)
  • Fanni Gyurinovics - 4x100 mix medley
  • Petra Halmai - 4x100 mix medley
  • Katinka Hosszú - 200 back, 200 fly, 200 medley, 400 medley
  • Zsuzsanna Jakabos - 4x200 free
  • Boglárka Kapás - 200 fly, 4x200 free
  • Ajna Késely - 400 free, 800 free, 1500 free, 4x200 free
  • Viktória Mihályvári-Farkas - 1500 free, 400 medley
  • Dalma Sebestyén - 100 fly, 200 medley
  • Petra Senánszky - 50 free, 100 free (not official yet, OST)
  • Anna Sztankovics - 100 breast (not official yet, OST)
  • Laura Veres - 4x200 free
  • Evelyn Verrasztó - 4x200 free

 

Overall 38 Hungarian swimmers in Tokyo, largest Hungarian team ever in this sport IF the 4 swimmers with OSTs will qualify, which I think is very likely. 

So your federation basically nominated as many athletes as possible? Completely different strategy compared to some their countries like Japan, France, GB or Germany. Germany for example didn’t even nominate everyone with A standard.

You know who wears sunglasses inside?

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