Zhang Yulins 200butterfly 5th Russian in the Swimming World Cup will break the record of 50 self-competition events

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 Zhang Yulins 200butterfly 5th Russian in the Swimming World Cup will break the record of 50 self-competition events


In the womens 200-meter butterfly stroke, Zhang Yulin qualified for the fifth place in the preliminary contest with 2 minutes, 14 seconds and 70 seconds. In the final, Zhang Yulin was well-behaved, swimming out 2 minutes, 13 seconds and 62 seconds, ranking fifth without a chance to win the medal. Hungary won the runner-up in this project. Hoszu won the championship in 2 minutes 07 seconds. Jacobs won the runner-up in 2 minutes 07 seconds 48.

Womens 50m freestyle, Chinese swimmer Bao Ying ranked seventh in the preliminary contest with 25.70 seconds. Bao Ying was ranked eighth in the final with 25.69 seconds, while Australias Kate Campbell won the championship with 24.02 seconds. Australian swimmer Batty won the womens 50m backstroke in 27.95 seconds. In the womens 200m breaststroke, Russian swimmer Simonova won the championship in 2 minutes, 25 seconds and 65 seconds. Australian Golf won the womens 400-meter Freestyle in 4 minutes, 08 seconds and 09 seconds. Mens 50m freestyle, Cao Xiaowens preliminary swimming 23.05 seconds, ranked fifth in the final. Cao Xiaowens normal performance level in the final was tied for the eighth place in 22.83 seconds. Russias famous player Molozov swam out 21.27 seconds to break his own record and win the championship. In the mens 200-meter backstroke, Australia took the top four, and Larkin won the championship in 1 minute, 56 seconds and 60 seconds. The mens 400m freestyle, Lapses, a famous Lithuanian swimmer, won easily with 3 minutes, 45 seconds and 59 seconds, but failed to break the World Cup record set in Jinan a week ago. Australian Grant Owen won the mens 100-meter butterfly in 51.26 seconds. American Andrew Wilson won the mens 100m breaststroke in 58.93 seconds. Source: Netease Sports Author: Leons Editor-in-Charge: Cao Lie-e_NS1806

Womens 50m freestyle, Chinese swimmer Bao Ying ranked seventh in the preliminary contest with 25.70 seconds. Bao Ying was ranked eighth in the final with 25.69 seconds, while Australias Kate Campbell won the championship with 24.02 seconds. Australian swimmer Batty won the womens 50m backstroke in 27.95 seconds. In the womens 200m breaststroke, Russian swimmer Simonova won the championship in 2 minutes, 25 seconds and 65 seconds. Australian Golf won the womens 400-meter Freestyle in 4 minutes, 08 seconds and 09 seconds.

Mens 50m freestyle, Cao Xiaowens preliminary swimming 23.05 seconds, ranked fifth in the final. Cao Xiaowens normal performance level in the final was tied for the eighth place in 22.83 seconds. Russias famous player Molozov swam out 21.27 seconds to break his own record and win the championship. In the mens 200-meter backstroke, Australia took the top four, and Larkin won the championship in 1 minute, 56 seconds and 60 seconds. The mens 400m freestyle, Lapses, a famous Lithuanian swimmer, won easily with 3 minutes, 45 seconds and 59 seconds, but failed to break the World Cup record set in Jinan a week ago. Australian Grant Owen won the mens 100-meter butterfly in 51.26 seconds. American Andrew Wilson won the mens 100m breaststroke in 58.93 seconds.