Hosszu, Rapsys & Andrew Give Gold Box for the First World Cup

Hosszu, Rapsys & Andrew Give Gold Box for the First World Cup


The final day of action in Singapore gave the warmth of the morning, to Iron Lady of Hungary Katinka Hosszu no time wearing a large-time swim.

Commemorating the women's 200m IM precedents, the Olympic gold winner in the top 2: 08.15 seed trick event exceeded her previous World Cup mark of 2: 08.61 from the books. Dubai stop in 2015.

Hosszu took the title of World Championships in mark 2: 07.53 this year, but his morning trip would be checking the money in Gwangju. While Hosszu was a little slower this evening, hitting the wall in a mark of 2: 08.63, the 30-year-old person sent 5 solid seconds on top of the podium.

Moving on to the finals, Lithuanian Danas Rapsys he put 200m free from his life, stopping the clock at a threatening time of 1: 44.38. Splitting 50.99 / 53.39, Rapsys dived under the 1:45 portal for the first time in his career, and was the 6th biggest performer ever. You can read more about Rapsys's historical performance, the fastest time in the world for the past 6 years, here.

Michelle Coleman he got it in the women's freestyle 100m tonight, taking up the 6th best of his career. The Swede collected a winning result of 53.63 to represent the only swimmer under 54, but 55, connecting its fastest 2019 from Stockholm in April.

American Erica Sullivan this afternoon he wrestled the 800m freestyle win, hitting a winning mark of 8: 26.60. The 3rd time is the best stage of his career, but the 18-year-old man is rubbing in this case over the three stops in the World Cup. Sandpiper PB swimmer of 8: 26.13 logged at the previous stop in Jinan, so she was less than half the second with another convincing swim tonight at the OCBC Aquatic Center.

100m women saw Chinese athletes fly Zhang Yufei you get under the 58-second barrier, stopping the clock in 57.94 for the win. Zhang settled 27 times / 30.94, Zhang time within the second of the 57.13 she produced by Worlds who made her 13th after the semi-finals.

Hungary Zsuzsanna Jakabos to a time of 58.43, just .09 outside his own personal best, for money, and Danish Olympic Jeanette Ottesen round the top 3 with 1fly time of 58.49. This was the second fastest series of the World Cup to date, and she was only behind the 58.34 she logged in Jinan.

America Michael Andrew He brought gold home from Singapore, and won the best prize from a 50m men's flight. He concluded with a time of 23.07, not over his own life of 22.80 which was registered by Public Nationals 2018. Hungary Sebastian Sabo he won second place in 23.14 tonight.

Other American enter Andrew Wilson he made a winning effort in the 200m men's breast, producing a time of 2: 09.11 for the win. Reflecting the only one swimmer by 2:10 in the race, Wilson got the job, although he was more electric in Tokyo, where he did 2: 07.77 throughout his life.

Lithuanian Andrius Sidlauskas money nailed in 2: 11.04 behind Wilson in this 2breast, and other American, Jonathan Tybur, to turn up 3rd.

In the case of Tybur, the best of 2: 11.55 is at the former Texas A&M Aggie from US nationals last year and he hoped to proceed to the US National Team with sub-2: 10. He wasn't in however, when he was hitting the wall in 2: 12.36, when he was just playing his finals in the University World Games.

Additional Notes:

  • Thomas Fraser-Holmes The Australian GS 400m of men won that handily, and 4: 17.14 the time he had on top of a podium, hitting the pitch over 8 seconds. TF 4: 16.93 was ranked 12th at this year's World Championships. TFH also finished with the 200m free money tonight behind Rapsys monster try, with the Aussie touching in 1: 48.69.
  • Australian Legend Emily Seebohm I went on board in the back of 200m women, hitting a winning time of 2: 10.50 to win more than 5 seconds. She also finished 4th in the women's 50m breast stroke on time of 32.22.
  • Jamaica was breastfeeding 50m women Alia Atkinson, with the veteran hitting the clock in 30.31. That trip broke the 30.34 that the 30-year-old man grew up in Gwangju for the 4th. Breeja Larson of the United States also about 31 seconds for money in 30.93.
  • Aussie Mitch Larkin put the best time of the field within 100m of men, hitting 53.43 times. Splitting 26.07 / 27.36, Larkin went to the wall ahead of Andrew and a colleague in Australia Tristan Hollard, which ended in times of 54.29 and 54.93, respectively.
  • America finished this Singapore stop with a common gold in the mixed media relay, as a combination Andrew, Larson, Giles Smith, and Sullivan He produced a winning attempt 3: 52.17. On the divisions for Americans were 55.10 for Andrew, 1: 07.83 for Larson, 51.83 for Smith and 57.31 for Sullivan.
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