2022 FINA WORLD WATER CHAMPIONSHIP
This is the fourth day of the 2022 World Championships, halfway through the match. It has 50 women’s backs, 100 men’s freebies, 200 men’s sprints and 200 women’s flights.
One of the most exciting competitions in the session will be the men’s 100 freestyle. Tokyo Olympic winner Caeleb Dressel is a front racket and has had a strong match so far, winning gold on 50 flights on Sunday. But pay attention to the phenomenon of teenagers in Romania David Popovici2nd place, who won gold 200 free yesterday time to set a junior world record. He touched the wall with a one-second lead in this race.
The Tokyo Women’s Olympic winner will run 200 women’s flights Zhang Yufei From China, who just won 100 bronze in the flight. Americans Regan Smith and Hali Flickinger rounded to the top three, followed by the Japanese one Kina Hayashi and the 2019 World Champion Boglarka Kapas From Hungary. Smith holds a double swim today, starting the session in the 5th place in the women’s 50 backs. For Flickinger, Hayash and Kapas, this is the first individual ride of the meeting.
We end the session with 4 × 100 mixed news races, where Britain holds the world record at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
Women’s 50 backstroke
- World record: 26.98, Liu Xiang (CHN) – 2018 Asian Games
- Championship record: 27.06, Zhao Jing (CHN) – 2009 World Championships
- 2021 Olympic winner: n / a
- 2019 World Champion: Olivia Smoliga (USA), 27.33
16 better qualifications
- Kylie Masse (CAN) – 27.26
- Katharine Berkoff (USA) – 27.49
- Ingrid Wilm (CAN) – 27.55
- Regan Smith (USA) – 27.70
- Analia Pigree (FRA) – 27.75
- Medi Eira Harris (GBR) – 27.83
- Silvia Scalia (ITA) – 27.86
- Kaylee McKeown (AUS) – 27.94
- Jie Chen (CHN) – 27.95
- Maaike de Waard (NED) – 28.04
- Mimosa Jallow (FIN) – 28.06
- Theodora Drakou (GRE) – 28.12
- Kira Toussaint (NED) – 28.17
- Simona Kubova (CZE) – 28.37
- Eunji Lee (KOR) – 28.38
- Paulina Peda (POL) – 28.47
This race gave Canada a serious boost this morning, launching the Tokyo Olympic Silver 100 back Kylie Masse to the best place in the semi-finals and his teammate Ingrid Wilm In the fourth preliminary round, Masse was 0.08 away from his time of entry, while Wilm took 0.08.
US ones Katharine Berkoff dropped from the pool by less than 0.37 compared to the best period of his life in April in the US trials. Regan Smith, who won bronze in the 100th in Tokyo, started his fast morning with a strong 4th place. He still has 200 flights later.
20 years old Analia Pigree there was intense competition Kaylee McKeown in the second round, ahead of 0.19 Australians who finished 4th in the field at the 2019 World Championships.
In particular, the Netherlands Kira ToussaintHe won 8th place in the field at the 2019 World Championships and will take 13th place in the semi-finals. Sweden’s Louise Hanssonwho recently won a bronze medal at the 2021 World Short Track Championships in this area, took 21st place and missed half-time.
Men’s 100 Freestyle
- World record: 46.91, Cesar Cielo (BRA) – 2009 World Championships
- Championship record: 46.91, Cesar Cesar (BRA) – 2009 World Championships
- 2021 Olympic winner: Caeleb Dressel (USA), 47.02
- World Champion 2019: Caeleb Dressel (USA), 46.96
16 better qualifications
- David Popovici (ROU) – 47.60
- Caeleb Dressel (USA) – 47.95
- Andrej Barna (SRB) – 48.15
- Joshua Liendo Edwards (CAN) – 48.16
- Maxime Grousset (FRA) – 48.17
- Zhanie Pan (CHN) – 48.19
- Jacob Henry Whittle (GBR) – 48.23
- Lorenzo Zazzeri (ITA) – 48.29
- Nandor Németh (HUN) – 48.33
- Brooks Curry (USA) – 48.38
- Mikel Schreuders (ARU) – / Dylan Carter (TTO) – 48.40
- Sebastian Szabo (HUN) – 48.47
- Lewis Edward Burras (GBR) / Ruslan Gaziev (CAN) – 48.49
- Alessandro Miressi (ITA) – 48.51
Yes David Popovici do it again! After 200 free wins less than 24 hours ago, a 17-year-old Romanian swam in the middle of the 10th preliminaries of the fastest pre-swim time. Andrej Barna close behind the third lane. Popovic reached 0.30 of his entry time, so he could have even more in the tank for the semi-vehicle. The speed behind him is what set him apart, as he split 23.03 / 24.57. He was the fastest of the three swimmers who split the final 50 meters under 25.00.
Caeleb Dressel was in the 11th preliminary round, racing in France Maxime Grousset. This swim was one second less than the time it took him to win this race in 2019, which is still the best time of his life. He did not break the gold to win gold at the Tokyo Olympics at 47.00 and has swam to the lowest level in the area at 47 meters since the 2017 World Championships, where he won gold at 47.17.
In particular Mikel Schreuders at the same time broke Aruba’s national record Dylan Carter surpassed the national records of Trinidad and Tobago. Despite the different preliminary swims, they shared 11th place. Schreuders broke his record at the 2019 Pan American Games by 0.68, lowering the record to 49.00 for the first time. Carter also broke his record at the 2019 World Championships, where he finished 12th with 12th place. This swim is a great success for Schreuders, who missed the semi-finals at this meeting in 2019 after the 35th position.
Andrej Barna was in line with his entry time, around 0.11, to earn the top three in the semifinals. Josh Liendo kept the ball rolling for Canada. He actually had the fastest 50-meter split (22.76), while Barna split 22.86 and Dressel 22.84.
Men’s 200 Sculls
- World record: 1: 54.00, Ryan Lochte (USA) – 2011 World Championships
- Championship record: 1: 54.00, Ryan Lochte (USA) – 2011 World Championships
- 2021 Olympic winner: Wang Shun (CHN), 1: 55.00
- World Champion 2019: Daiya Seto (JPN), 1: 56.14
16 better qualifications
- Carson Foster (USA) – 1: 57.94
- Chase Kalisz (USA) – 1: 58.25
- Jeremy Desplanches (SUI) / Daiya Seto (JPN) – 1: 58.29
- Ron Polonsky (ISR) – 1: 58.31
- Hubert Kos (HUN) – 1: 58.47
- Matthew Sates (RSA) – 1: 58.61
- Leon Marchand (FRA) / Alberto Razzetti (ITA) – 1: 58.70
- Lewis Clareburt (NZL) – 1: 58.76
- Gal Cohen Groumi (ISR) – 1: 59.34
- Se-Bom Lee (AUS) – 1: 59.37
- Dominik Torok (HUN) – 1: 59.41
- Tom Dean (GBR) – 1: 59.44
- Wang Shun (CHN) – 1: 59.51
- Hugo Gonzalez (ESP) – 1: 59.53
The Americans shattered the prequel to this race, despite the fact that they were a little behind in their entry times. 20 years old Carson Foster swam the best time of his life 1: 56.65 to qualify for that match at the U.S. test in April. Chase Kalisz has previously broken 1: 57.00. Kalisz has already risen to the World Cup podium in this field twice (won gold in 2017 and bronze in 2019).
Foster’s strength was in butterfly swimming and backstroke, where he shared 24.95 / 29.14 compared to Kalisz’s 25.61 / 29.86. But then Kalisz did what she did best, catching everything in breaststroke and free technique. He split 33.65 / 29.13 compared to Foster’s 34.36. / 29.49.
Tokyo Olympic gold Wang Shun finished in 15th place, sneaking lower than expected. He was in the middle of the fifth race, next to Japan Daiya Seto and France Leon Marchand who left this morning. The 20-year-old Marchand (won 400 IMs on Saturday) had one of the fastest cracks in the square – 24.99 compared to Seto 25.21. But Seto, the world champion, defended his lost place in the middle. Jeremy Desplancheswho won bronze at the event in Tokyo, split third with Seto in the semifinals.
Beware of South Africa Matt Sates semi-finals. He achieved by far the fastest finish speed, finishing the race with 50 free breaks of 27.81, being the only swimmer to finish less than 28 seconds.
200 butterflies for women
- World Record: 2: 01.81, Liu Zige (CHN) – 2009 Chinese National Games
- Championship record: 2: 03.41, Jess Jess (AUS) – 2009 World Championships
- 2021 Olympic winner: Zhang Yufei (CHN), 2: 03.86
- World Champion 2019: Boglarka Kapas (HUN), 2: 06.78
- Suvine McIntosh (CAN) – 2: 07.26
- Hali Flickinger (USA) – 2: 07.31
- Kina Hayashi (JPN) – 2: 08.63
- Elizabeth Dekkers (AUS) – 2: 08.98
- Regan Smith (USA) – 2: 09.02
- Zhang Yufei (CHN) -2: 09.21
- Boglarka Kapas (HUN) / Helena Bach (DEN) – 2: 09.24
- Maria Jose Mata Cocco (MEX) – 2: 09.32
- Laura Stephens (GBR) – 2: 10.07
- Abbey Lee Connor (AUS) – 2: 10.10
- Lana Pudar (BIH) – 2: 10.20
- Jiaming Zhu (CHN) – 2: 11.20
- Katinka Long (HUN) – 2: 11.22
- Leah Polonsky (ISR) – 2: 11.40
- Chiho Mizuguchi (JPN) – 2: 11.65
The first pre-race was the fastest race of the event, Canada’s Suvine McIntosh beat his entry time by one-third to secure first place in the semi-finals. McIntosh and USA Hali Flickinger He dulled in the middle of the pool in the heat, with McIntosh taking the 28.43 win over the Flickinger 28.80. As Flickinger gradually ate up the lead for the young Canadian, the initial 50 split gave McIntosh an unsurpassed lead, although Flickinger finished the race 0.10 faster than him, a final difference of 33.65.
Even in the first heat, Maria Jose Mata Cocco broke its Mexican national record by 0.14. He made the previous mark at the May 2021 Olympic Qualifying Meeting.
Olympic gold Zhang Yufei reached 6th place overall, which is about 5 seconds less than its entry time. He exited strongly as usual with a time of 1: 00.09 (the fastest in the field was divided by the first 100), but he struggled a bit with the back half and got the time with 1: 09.12. Yufei won 100 bronze medals in that match. Japan’s Kina Hayashi won the Yufei race at regular intervals, but finished about two seconds less.
Regan Smith and Flickinger took 2nd and 3rd place in the Tokyo Olympic podium in this area at the best times of their lives at 2: 05.30 and 2: 05.65, respectively. They are likely to give 15-year-old McIntosh a closer victory in the semifinals.
4 × 100 mixed message run
- World record: 3: 37.58, Great Britain – 2021 Tokyo Olympics
- Championship record: 3: 38.56, United States – 2017 World Championships
- 2021 Olympic Winner: Great Britain, 3: 37.58
- World Champion 2019: Australia, 3: 39.08
8 best qualifications
- USA (Ryan Murphy/Lilly King/Michael Andrew/Erika Brown) – 3: 43.16
- NED (Kira Toussaint/Arno Kamminga/Nyls Korstanje/ Marrit Steenbergen) – 3: 43.48
- GBR (Medi Eira Harris /James Wilby/ Jacob Peters /Anna Hopkin) – 3: 43.64
- AUS (Isaac Alan Cooper / Matthew Wilson / Brianna Throssell / Meg Harris) – 3: 44.58
- CHN (Jiayu Xu / Jingyao Yu / Changhao Wang / Yujie Cheng) – 3: 44.92
- JPN (Ryosuke Irie / Reona Aoki / Naoki Mizunuma / Rika Omoto) – 3: 45.08
- ITA (Michele Lamberti / Arianna Castiglioni / Elena di Liddo / Manuel Frigo) – 3: 46.44
- GER (Ole Braunschweig / Anna Elendt / Angelina Kohler / Jan Eric Friese) – 3: 46.54
The fourth race was a close competition between the USA and Great Britain. US ones Ryan Murphy led the US early to lead the 100 back with a division of 52.40 and handed it over Lilly King who swam 1: 06.79 100 breasts. Michael Andrew took control of the butterfly at the same time (50.69) Erika Brown finished the race with a time of 53.28.
Britain was also a good four where Medi Eira Harris swam back leg with a time of 1: 00.09. Then Wilby was able to run down Lilly King 58.94 breaststroke difference, but Andrew’s butterfly leg was 0.4 faster than Peter’s 51.49. Hopkin finished the race a little faster than Brown in 53.12.
But the semifinals are an even more intense battle, as the Netherlands reached 0.28 US time in the third round. Their team, which included Toussaint (1: 00.45), Kamminga (58.70), Korstanje (51.12) and Steenbergen (53.21), would have tried to reach the United States after the breaststroke and would have been with them from neck to end.
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